New and forthcoming
Rise and shine London! Get the day off to a great start in the world’s greatest city.
Discover your new favourite places to breakfast and brunch, including local hang-outs and hidden gems from @breakfastlondon, the feed to follow if you want to find the best breakfasts in town before anyone else.
Celebrate the most important meal of the day and find insider recommendations for all occasions – whether you’re looking for something boozy, insta-worthy or vegan, feeling healthy or hungover, in search of the perfect coffee, the ideal setting for an important work meeting or organizing a special birthday brunch.
Features London’s 100 best breakfast spots, stunning original photography, mouth-wateringly delicious dishes and a look behind-the-scenes with the top chefs that create them.
Britain's bestselling travel guide for over 30 years and the only truly independent guide of its kind.
The 37th edition of this much-loved book is as irreplaceable as ever. Organised county by county, its yearly updates and reader recommendations ensure that only the best pubs make the grade.
Here you will not only find a fantastic range of countryside havens, bustling inns and riverside retreats, but also a growing number of gastropubs and pubs specialising in malt whiskey and craft beers.
Discover the top pubs in each county for beer, food and accommodation, and find out the winners of the coveted titles of Pub of the Year and landlord of the Year. Packed with hidden gems, The Good Pub Guide continues to provide a wealth of honest, entertaining and up-to-date information on the countries drinking establishments.
'The most ingenious, informative, inimitable, individual, innovative, insightful, inspiring, instructive, intelligible, intoxicating, intricate guide to the great city that I have ever seen. Bravo!' Philip Pullman
Curiocity is a London book unlike any other. Its 26 chapters weave together facts, myths, stories, riddles, essays, diagrams, illustrations and itineraries to explore every aspect of life in the capital. At the heart of each chapter is a hand-drawn map, charting everything from thecity's islands and underground spaces, to its erogenous zones and dystopian futures. Taking you from Atlas to Zones, via Congestion, Folkmoot, Pearls and Xenophilia, Curiocity will transform the way you see London.
'The greatest book about London published in modern times ... an illuminated manuscript for the 21st century city' Londonist
'Here is something different ... the literary equivalent of Sir John Soane's Museum ... quite breathtaking' The Times Literary Supplement
'Remarkable ... a nerdy Londoner's paradise ... an exquisite 450-page cross between an encyclopaedia and an artwork' Evening Standard
'Utterly extraordinary' Tom Holland
'However well you think you know London, you will discover something newon virtually every page, and the things you know well will be seen completely differently' The London Society
Oh! I do like to be beside the seaside.
An inspirational illustrated guide to 50 coastal days out, all within easy reach of London.
Swap your oyster card for fresh oysters at Whistable, and trade in city parks for the wide open spaces of Camber Sands.
Written by ex-Time Out editor Sarah Guy, London on Sea offers 50 fun days out on the coast with whimsical tone of voice that captures the magic of a day out on the beach. Timeless entries will feature the best walking routes, where to see breath-taking views, interesting architectural quirks and those local institutions that make each town unique.
Destinations include: Southwold, Walberswick, Thorpeness, Aldeburgh, Walton-on-the-Naze, Frinton-on-Sea, Clacton-on-Sea, Southend, Leigh-on-Sea, Whitstable, Herne Bay, Margate, Broadstairs, Ramsgate, Sandwich, Deal, Dover, Folkestone, Hythe, Camber, Hastings, St Leonards, Bexhill, Eastbourne, Seaford, Rottingdean, Brighton, Worthing, Littlehampton, Bognor Regis, East & West Wittering, Bournemouth.
'What is this life if, full of care, We have no time to stand and stare.' - W.H. Davies
Walking around London is one of life's great pleasures. There is a huge amount that you can only see on foot – but sometimes it is hard to know where to look. Luckily, Christopher Winn, bestselling author of I Never Knew That About London, knows where all the hidden treasures are.
This book takes the reader on a series of stimulating original walks through different areas of central London, focusing on one particular period of history, the Victorian, so ubiquitous that we take it for granted, and yet so astonishing and so far reaching in its variety, imagination, ambition and detail.
..the remarkable 300-foot bell tower at the Houses of Parliament you never knew was there....
..the extraordinary fairytale house in Kensington where the Mikado was inspired...
..the best Victorian loos in the world near Old Street...
..a hidden chapel in Bloomsbury described by Oscar Wilde as 'the most delightful private chapel in London'...
..London's best preserved high class Victorian shop near Tottenham Court Road…
...an almost complete Victorian townscape boasting the world's oldest surviving mansion block...
Walk through history and discover the hidden gems of Victorian London!
6 fold-out maps + 2 fold-out spreads (Welcome and Transports & Hotels).
A choice of 60 sites not to be missed, organised by district.
Details of more than 100 restaurants, cafés, theatres, music venues,
shops, markets etc.
All the practical advice needed.
A list of the best places to stay, from budget hotel to luxury palace.
- A clever combination of text, photographs and clear cartography
- 6 colour-coded districts, each with its own large-scale fold-out map
- A spread at the front highlights the 10 sights you shouldn't miss; one at the back highlights the 10 best things to do when in New York
- Details of more than 180 restaurants, bars, cafés, shops, clubs, markets and art galleries
- All the practical advice needed on the front and back horizontal fold-outs; plus a transport map and street index
Everyman Rome 2018
The Everyman MapGuide to Rome combines key sights with clear, large-scale, fold-out maps all neatly bound in to a handy pocket-sized guide. Its unique, innovative format is highly user-friendly and easy to read while on the move, making it the ideal companion for weekends and short breaks.
The Everyman MapGuide to Rome 2018 includes:
· A lively introduction to the city on the first page.
· A double-page feature at the front of the guide highlighting the 10 sights you should not miss.
· A double-page feature at the back recommending 10 must-have experiences unique to the city.
· A new ‘Day trips’ section detailing excursions within an hour of the capital.
· Includes 6 fold-out maps and 2 fold-out spreads each featuring practical information, transport information and hotels.
· Details, by area, of more than 60 sights and some 110 addresses: restaurants, cafés, theatres, music venues, shops, markets, galleries, cultural venues and more.
· A listing of the best places to stay, from budget accommodation to luxury hotels.
· Excellent value for money.
"Hall’s consummate history is not just the story of the evolution of one of the world’s great collections… The book is also a through-the-keyhole insight into the shifting tastes, good or bad, of 1,000 years of monarchs."
- The Times
The Royal Collection is the last great collection formed by the European monarchies to have survived into the twenty-first century. Containing over a million artworks and objects, it covers all aspects of the fine and decorative arts, from paintings by Rembrandt and Michelangelo to grand sculpture, Fabergé eggs and some of the most exquisite furniture ever made. The Royal Collection also offers a revealing insight into the history of the British monarchy from William the Conqueror to Queen Elizabeth II, recording the tastes and obsessions of kings and queens over the past 500 years.
With unprecedented access to the royal residences of St James' Palace, Windsor Castle and Buckingham Palace, Art, Passion & Power traces the history of this national institution from the Middle Ages to the present day, exploring how royalty used the arts to strengthen their position as rulers by divine right and celebrating treasures from the Crown Jewels to the "Abraham" tapestries in Hampton Court Palace. Author Michael Hall examines the monarchy's response to changing attitudes to the arts and sciences during the Enlightenment and celebrates the British monarchy's role in the democratisation of art in the modern world. Packed with glimpses of rarely seen artworks, Art, Passion & Power is a visual treat for all art enthusiasts.
Accompanying the BBC television series and a major exhibition at the Royal Academy, Art, Passion & Power is the definitive statement on the British monarchy's treasures of the art world.