With this book in hand, readers can find the ruins of a church that Shakespeare would have visited, the hotel where the assassin of Martin Luther King, Jnr. laid low, a pipe containing a lost London river and the venues Taylor Swift used in a video shoot.
With fascinating stories, detailed maps, 400 full-colour photographs, cafés, pubs and places of interest, London’s Hidden Walks Vol. 4 brings London’s streets to life. The book can be enjoyed in its own right or in conjunction with the first three volumes, which are now established bestsellers.
12 illustrated walks
Details on the best cafés & pubs
Information on local attractions, museums and galleries
Maps to help you navigate
Reviews for the London's Hidden Walks series
"This book is a wonderful way to explore this sometimes secretive city, great for eitherhardened Londoners or first time visitors."
Robert Elms BBC London 94.9FM
"The book gives a great picture of the history of the areas, and focuses not just on existing buildings, but also the people who frequented the area. It points out things 99% of visitors would otherwise overlook ... There is much more detail than in a standard guide book, but it is entertainingly written, and covers everything from architecture, immigration and cultural influences to movies and criminals."
5* Anthony B Murphy
"I've read the whole book in one go as if it were a novel - just couldn't put it down!!!"
5* Reader's review
Format: 384 pp, w105mm x h148mm Full colour, 25 Maps, over 500 photographs
Author: Stephen Millar