Buy Moon MapGuide London
Fourth Edition, August 2016
Price: $14.99 USD
Moon MapGuide London puts the best that London has to offer at your fingertips. This compact guide puts the essentials of London’s must-see neighborhoods on discreet fold-out maps, helping you navigate the city without looking like a typical tourist.
Colored tabs make it easy to quickly flip to the location and activity you want. Find exactly what you’re looking for—whether that’s walking the boards of Shakespeare’s Globe Theater, ordering aged Scottish steaks at The Guinea Grill, watching the changing of the guard at Buckingham Palace or discovering the secret history of London on a guided walking tour—without wading through what you don’t need.
Moon MapGuide London covers the following areas:
- The City
- Kensington and Knightsbridge
- Knotting Hill
- South Bank
Using Moon MapGuide London:
- Two Ways to Navigate: Scan the map to find locations in your area to visit or explore, or browse listings to find a specific place you want to visit.
- Orientation Essentials: Landmarks, shopping districts, and Metro stops are always prominent on the map, so it’s easy to get your bearings.
- Color-Coded: Color grid coordinates pinpoint locations on each map, eliminating time-consuming searches
Ben Westwood dreamed of being a writer and musician from an early age. Growing up in England, he combined the two by studying music and getting involved in student journalism in London. He wrote his first travel journal during a backpacking trip through Southeast Asia.
Ben worked for The Daily Telegraph and Telegraph.co.uk as a travel journalist and online travel editor, writing articles on everything from encounters with Maoist guerrillas in Nepal to encounters with drunken Brits in Greece. After a brief stint working in adventure tourism, Ben returned to South America to combine his passions for teaching and travel writing. In addition to Moon Peru, he is the author of Moon MapGuide London and Moon Peru. He has also contributed to the The Daily Telegraph, The Independent, and The Guardian.
Ben currently teaches journalism and tourism at Brighton University in the UK. He still finds time to sing and play the guitar, and has released one self-funded album, Keep Dreaming. Find him on Twitter @BenWestwood.