Footprint Travel Guides Footprint: London & Southeast with Kids

Alex Robinson
  • £9.99
Item out of Stock | Usually dispatched within 24 hours
1+ 15+
£9.99 £9.08
'The guide is brim-full of advice for fun activities providing the perfect balance of practical advice and inspirational ideas. All the best activities, sights and big days out are captured in this great guide along with the best places to stay and to eat. * Covers all the best things to do in the capital both outdoors and indoors for children of all ages * Divides London into different areas by chapter: Central London, North London, West London, East London, South London and Excursions, covering popular excursions to theme parks like Legoland and to day-trip destinations like Brighton, Southend and Canterbury * The guide is packed with sights - from the big attractions like the London Eye, the Tower of London and the fabulous, famous museums to forgotten gems like Pollock''s toy museum, the Centre for the Magic Arts, Cartoon Museum and the Kew Steam museum * There is an emphasis on outdoor activities - with cycle routes through London''s myriad green spaces, walks along the Thames and hidden waterways like the Regent''s and Grand Union Canal, rambles in Epping Forest and visits to the city''s many wildlife sanctuaries and urban farms * Looks at the best of the numerous organised kids activities and clubs on offer - from arts and crafts to theatre schools, boat trips, music courses, cinema clubs, football school, go-karting day''s out and myriad sports clubs * Suggests the best kid-friendly restaurants in all the city''s different areas, explains the ins and outs of London transport and lists tourist offices, hospitals, baby supply shops and other essential services for grown-ups * And there are special sections on fun things to do for free
Product Details
PublisherFootprint Travel Guides
SeriesFootprint With Kids
Product TypePapaerback


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