This small, independent publisher produces a series of pocket-sized, beautifully presented books like this one; a unique collection of little-known exerpts, essays and letters on London, written by the city's greatest fan and critic, Charles Dickens.
A nifty little guide that packs in all the necessary listings whilst remaining easy on the eye. Aims squarely at the hip backpacking set but offers enough information to suit all tastes. The pullout map is a great bonus.
The only guide we have found to Gothenburg, this is a perfectly decent pocketsized volume that introduces the best sights, suggests walks and also accompanies you out of town to Kungalv and other nearby towns.
From the trusted Lonely Planet brand come this wonderful new range of guidebooks for kids. Fact-filled and fun to read, these guides are aimed at giving a cultural and historical tour of Britain for children aged 7-13.
A practical guide for the independent traveller on a budget, looking for listings of hotels and restaurants and information on travel logistics. Includes chapters on Bath, Bristol and Somerset, Dorset, Devon and Cornwall.
A companion guide to Howards spectacular Secret London, specialising in the food and drink scene of London, one of the world's most vibrant cities, and of course home of Daunt Books. We have been time and again blown away by the revelations of this remarkable guide, with Howard managing to discover some of our own hidden gems (Wiltons Music Hall, anyone?) and uncovering places we've walked by for years and never noticed (such as the brilliant, if unsubtly named Phat Phuc noodle bar in Chelsea). Wonderful for locals and visitors alike!
A colourful, cultural guide to Europe with plenty of photographs and bird's eye graphics. Perfect as a sightseer's companion for an organised tour of the continent, rather than a practical travelling guide. Includes a general introduction to the history, art and landscape of Europe followed by a section on each country.