Historic Walking Guides Bruges (2nd Edition)
by Janice McDonald
Historic Walking Guides: Bruges takes to the streets and guides you through a series of walks uncovering the city’s rich and varied past.
Completely updated, the guide includes five themed walks through the historic Belgian city. Also includes plenty of travel information, hotel, shopping, eating and drinking suggestions.
With clear maps and photographs throughout.
Historic Walking Guides Edinburgh
by Andrew Hayes
If you’re visiting Edinburgh for the festivals, or as a regular tourist, Historic Walking Guides: Edinburgh is the perfect companion to your trip.
Historic Walking Guides Florida Keys
by Michelle Sheldone
This book offers a selection of walks and insider tips on the Florida Keys, taking you on a journey from pre-history, through their discovery in 1513, and the many stories and people who have shaped the chain’s history. Discover the historic bars, natural habitats, pirate stories, and commercial exploits, as well as a complete section of tips on where to eat, drink and sleep.
Clear maps and walking routes in all parts of the islands. Plan your walk by theme Museum and attraction opening times Historic eating, drinking and hotel suggestions Guidance to all of the famous and unknown historic spots.
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Historic Walking Guides Gibraltar
by Tristan Cano
The eight themed walks found in this book explore every corner of Gibraltar from its guns and defensive fortifications to its Moorish past.
Historic Walking Guides Madrid
by Beebe Bahrami
This book takes you on a journey through centuries of Madrid’s history via a series of walks. Each one is themed, from medieval buildings to historic wine taverns.
Historic Walking Guides Tombstone & Bisbee
by Jane Eppinga
Through a series of detailed walks around Tombstone and Bisbee, and accompanied by historic photographs and maps, this book uncovers the history of the two towns for the visitor.
Historic Walking Guides Whitby, Robin Hood’s Bay, Runswick Bay & Staithes
by Paul Chrystal
Discover the history of Whitby, Robin Hood’s Bay and Staithes on the North Yorkshire Coast through interesting and themed walks, illustrated with maps, pictures and colourful stories.
From the legend of Dracula and the ruinous abbey in Whitby, to the tales of Captain Cook in Staithes and smuggling in Robin Hood’s Bay, this book is the perfect guide to your stay on the North Yorkshire Coast.
Historic Walking Guides York
by Claire Shaw
York is a living museum of history. Built on the foundations of its Roman, Viking and Medieval past, today the city’s famous landmarks and historic structures rise all around, but inside and out of the walls.
With clear maps and interesting descriptions, the walks in this guide take the reader through the history of York with as much detail as you would expect from a professional guide.
There are 10 themed walks to guide you through York.
Milan Walks and Guides
by Edward Staiger
One of the miracles of Milan is how physically accessible it can be. One can easily depend on its network of public transportation (the most extensive and reliable in Italy), but as this book proves – in Milan, one can walk. In walking, one can peruse, one can enter into the city as into a complete five-senses experience.
This book is divided into four separate walking tours of the city, easily traversed on foot.
The distance required by the mind just isn’t possible in a quick (or desperate) getaway weekend; Milan’s window-shopping alone – the best that Italy can offer – could take a week or a month. Its history took about two millennia. The sights and splendours of its many museums and churches can actually shock as they come to the tourist as so unexpected, literally, so unheard of.
It’s finally time to discover Milan.
Scottish Whisky Distilleries
A full colour guide to Scotland’s whisky distilleries across all regions, aimed at whisky fans and the many tourists visiting the country each year.
This book celebrates Scotland’s whisky producing heritage and looks at the current distilleries operating across the country, in the Campbeltown, Highland, Islay, Lowland and Speyside regions.
Each distillery covered in the book features information about its history and important milestones. Each is also illustrated with professional photographs of their buildings, location and bottles.
The distilleries that have visitor centres are covered in detail, with information for visitors on what you can experience.