What can you do in London at 4 am? Party on at the all night Flesh party, bite a bagel, get fit in Soho - and more, according to new London city guide 24 Hours London.
No matter the time, 24 Hours London (Prospera Publishing, £9.99), gives readers the best of London. Arranged hour by hour, from 5 am to midnight and back again, the guide showcases London's amazing variety of activities in a user-friendly format.
The easily digestible listings allow readers to duck in and out whenever they have a spare hour or two. From running up walls to hunting down ghosts - or just kicking back and relaxing at an underground loo-turned-pub - readers can see the top tips for what's happening city-wide at any moment in time.
"London is packed with a fantastic range of things to do," said author Marsha Moore today. "But if you don't know what's on, when, it can be a bit overwhelming. With traditional guide books, you need to comb through pages of listings to find what you want - and even then, you can't be sure it's open. With 24 Hours London, you can just flip to the hour you're free and take your pick!"
Mayor of London Boris Johnson said of the guide: "This is a nifty guide for Londoners and tourists alike. There are some brilliant tips whether you have just a day to spare, or much longer to enjoy what the capital has to offer. London has some of the most famous landmarks and attractions on Earth, so use this book to discover some of our city's less well-known delights."
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Margaret Volland, Peterborough PE7
Nicola Casbolt, Biggin Hill, TN16
Anne Howe, South Glos BS34
Sarah Davey, London, SE20
Martin Best, Wimborne,BH21
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