Being one of the most exciting, cosmopolitan, vibrant and historical cities in the world, it is hardly surprising that London has a seemingly endless string of books dedicated to it. In fact there is barely a month that goes by without some book dedicated to the highs, lows or some kind of aspect of London doesn’t arrive of the bookshop’s shelves.
Take a look at three great new London books.
Harden’s London Restaurants 2012
With a new restaurant seemingly sprouting up in London every month knowing which restaurant to eat out in the capital can be a difficult choice. This is where this updated restaurant guide may prove invaluable.
Now in its 21st edition, the Harden’s London Restaurants 2012 provides top quality reviews on a comprehensive amount of restaurants in London and contains a unique marking system of pubs, restaurants, cafes and bars throughout the city.
Celebrating 200 Years of Swimming on Hampstead Heath
Swimming on Hampstead Heath as been a favourite pastime of Londoners and visitors alike for more than two centuries. This highly entertaining book provides readers with a fresh look at one of London’s most antiquated yet favourite pastimes that has shown no sign of dipping in popularity.
London 2012 Olympics Starter Pack Sticker Album
Having hosted the Olympic Games, 2012 has been one of the biggest years in London’s history.
The London 2012 Olympics Official Panini Sticker Album Collection is jam packed with statistics, fun facts, photos and stickers about the Games, and has been dubbed as being the ‘perfect souvenir guide to the UK’s biggest sporting event this century.’