Beyond London Travel is your website guide to what to see, what to do, where to stay, where to eat, and how to get to all the places you want to visit outside London. It includes the best London day trips and trips that require longer, including extending your London holiday to take in the top English cities and towns, cities like Edinburgh, Glasgow, Dublin, Amsterdam and Paris, and even further afield to Egypt.
You might be planning to come to the UK for the 2015 Rugby World Cup, arriving to watch cricket or soccer, or merely coming to London for a vacation.
Whatever the reason for your trip, you'll want to see London and then you'll want to make the most of what else there is to see in Britain and Ireland, and in easily-reached European destinations such as Paris, Venice, Dublin and Amsterdam.
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About Beyond London Travel
Beyond London Travel is written by award-winning travel writers Mike Gerrard and Donna Dailey. Mike and Donna have written over 50 guidebooks between them, for people such as National Geographic, the AA in Britain and AAA in the USA, Insight Guides, Michelin, Thomas Cook, Moon Handbooks, and Dorling Kindersley. They have written or updated guides to London, the Lake District, the Yorkshire Dales, Scotland, Ireland, Great Britain, and many European destinations including Paris, Venice, Amsterdam, Athens, and most parts of Greece and the Greek Islands.
Mike and Donna have also written for newspapers and magazines worldwide, and have won several awards for their books and their travel writing and photography. They also write and publish two other websites, Pacific Coast Highway Travel, and Greece Travel Secrets.
Jan 31, 16 07:59 AM
The Beyond London Travel Books page reviews guidebooks, history, mysteries and fiction to help readers enjoy their visits to England, the UK, France, and beyond.
Jan 31, 16 07:54 AM
This Scotland Pocket Guide from Insight Guides comes with a free ebook version and a map, and is recommended for anyone planning a visit to Scotland, though you'd need a separate hotels guide too.
Jan 19, 16 10:39 AM
The best wine cellar in Paris is at the Michelin Star Tour d’Argent restaurant, where the sommelier is Englishman named David Ridgway, who talks to travel writer Mike Gerrard at Beyond London Travel.