A great list of things to do for the tourist or the local which includes suggestions from laying flowers on Byron's grave, to bog snorkelling and mackerel fishing. It is not organised geographically which may be frustrating for some users.
A great guide with enough suggestions to satisfy any customer. All the recommendations are close enough for a day trip and include ruined castles, museums, beaches, theme parks, pubs and stately homes.
A list of recommended, off-the-beaten track restaurants, bars, pubs, shops and attractions for each area far removed from the tourist trap. Also includes information on the highs and lows of each area, the schools and the properties.
For the tourist or resident alike this magazine-style guide lists recommendations from tea at the Wolseley to watching steel drummers compete before the Notting Hill carnival, from eating pie and mash to trying on a bearskin at the Guard's Museum. Also includes tips from famous Londoners for example, Sarah Waters.
The only available guide on Manchester, but luckily it is a reliable, practical city guide for the traveller on any budget that really feels like it's been written by local residents. Especially good on restaurants, shopping and night life.
A first-rate guide to Edinburgh, this is packed full of suggestions for places to stay, eat, shop and spend your evenings. It is very thorough on the culture and the history of the city too, as it should be.