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London's Best Views

Imprint: Profile Books
Subject: Travel & Nature

London's Best Views

Simon Jenkins

An indispensible companion to England's most beautiful places from Simon Jenkins, author of A Short History of England, England's Thousand Best Churches and England's Thousand Best Houses.

eBook (ePUB/MOBI)?
9781782830627 (3 Oct 2013)

About the book

England's views are remarkable for their beauty and variety. In this illustrated, first-of-its-kind guide, bestselling author Simon Jenkins picks London's very best views, including Greenwich, The Monument, Parliament Square, Primrose Hill, Richmond Hill and Waterloo Bridge - and explains the fascinating stories behind them. Jenkins' entertaining and erudite entries provide the rich historical, geographical, botanical and architectural background to London's breathtaking sights both iconic and undiscovered.

Filled with roman roads, cliff-tops, follies, urban vistas and heart-stopping moments, you'll soon wonder how you chose walks, mini-breaks or spontaneous diversions without it.

About the author

Simon Jenkins is the author of the bestselling A Short History of England [9781846684630], (Profile) England's Thousand Best Churches and England's Thousand Best Houses, the former editor of The Times and Evening Standard and a columnist for the Guardian. He is also chairman of the National Trust. He can be found on Twitter at: @simonjenkins4.


Praise for England's 1000 Best Churches:'Masterly, perhaps a masterpiece

- Independent Books of the Year

Praise for England's 1000 Best Houses:'Beg, borrow or steal a copy to keep in the car

- Daily Mail

The perfect guide to England's best houses

- Country Life

A book to treasure from the supreme champion of Britain's heritage.

- Alan Titchmarsh

With superb photographs by Paul Barker it is a timely reminder, if one were needed, of the beauty of this country of ours and the need to savour what we so often take for granted.

- Alan Titchmarsh, Sunday Telegraph

Additional Information

Imprint: Profile Books
Subject: Travel & Nature