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Named Best Guidebook of the Year” by the Society of American Travel Writers in a previous edition, this fiercely opinionated guide not only tells travelers what to see and do, but also what’s not worth their time. In a city with an overwhelming number of attractions, lodgings, restaurants, museums, and shops. Cochran, as the judging panel noted, is also unusually talented at bringing culture and history to life, in an accessible and fun-to-read fashion. Whether your budget is large or tight, Cochran shows you London like a localsomething many guides claim but few do as well as this one.
This book is fully updated yearly, has large easy-to-read type, and contains:
- Exact prices and tube stops for every listing in the book, so there’s never any nasty surprises - A handy pull-out map, with helpful bulleted maps throughout, including a London Tube map - Insightful discussions of London’s history and culture - Opinionated reviews of attractions, nightlife, hotels, restaurants and shops in all price ranges -16-page photo guide with vibrant photographs, at the front of the book plus black and white photos throughout
Jason Cochran was twice awarded Guide Book of the Year by the Lowell Thomas Awards (Society of American Travel Writers) and once by the North American Travel Journalists Association. His voice has reached millions of travelers, starting in the mid-'90s when he wrote one of the world's first travel blogs, to his familiarity as a commentator on CBS and for AOL, to his work today as editor-in-chief of Frommers.com and co-host of the Frommer Travel Show. He lives in New York City and Los Angeles.