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*  CAPITOOL - Reisgids: Groot-Brittannië, uitg.: Van Reemst (juni 2015), ISBN 9789000341764 ), gebonden, 672 blz., geheel in kleur op luxe papier, meer dan 1400 kleurenillustraties, €38,99
De Capitool Reisgids Groot-Brittannië In de reisgids Groot-Brittannië is het land opgedeeld in vijftien gebieden. Elk gebied wordt in een apart hoofdstuk beschreven. Ieder hoofdstuk bevat foto's, illustraties en kaarten, opengewerkte tekeningen, driedimensionale beelden en plattegronden van de belangrijkste bezienswaardigheden. Met ook geschiedenis, accommodatie, restaurants, amusement, buitenactiviteiten en winkels.
Met de reisgids Capitool Groot-Brittannië ben je verzekerd van een reisgids boordevol informatie, mooie plattegronden en de meest handige tips. De reisgids is opgedeeld in de vijftien verschillende streken die Groot-Brittannië rijk is. Elk gebied wordt in een apart hoofdstuk beschreven, inclusief foto's, illustraties en kaarten, opengewerkte tekeningen, driedimensionale beelden en plattegronden van de belangrijkste bezienswaardigheden. Denk bijvoorbeeld aan het indrukwekkende megalithisch monument de Stonehenge bij Amesbury, het British Museum, de waardevolle Kathedraal van Durham en natuurlijk Londen met Buckingham Palace, de Big Ben, Covent Garden en tal van musea. De reisgids beschikt tevens over een handige lijst van restaurants, accommodaties, winkels, amusement en bijzondere vakanties. Daarnaast geeft Capitool Groot-Brittannië in alle tijden praktische informatie over jouw reis. Of dat nu gaat over reizen met kinderen, rijden in het drukke verkeer, internet, het vinden van geldautomaten of het openbaar vervoer: met het uitgebreide en handige overzicht achter n het boek, zal je overal beslagen ten ijs komen.
 
 
*  HAMPSHIRE, David - Living and working in Britain, uitg.: Survival Books (9e ed. 2017), ISBN 9781909282872, paperback, 336 blz., €22,90
Living and Working in Britain, first published in 1991 and now in its 9th edition, is the most comprehensive and accurate book available about daily life – and is essential reading for newcomers. What's it really like Living and Working in Britain? Not surprisingly, there's a lot more to life than castles, cricket and crumpets. This book is guaranteed to make your life in Britain easier and more enjoyable, irrespective of whether you're planning to stay for a few months or indefinitely. Adjusting to day-to-day-life in Britain just got a whole lot simpler! See for yourself the wealth of priceless information this book contains (including finding a job in Britain, British employment conditions, permits & visas in Britain, British immigration and British customs)! It's packed with comprehensive, up-to-date, accurate information, facts and figures, and 'insider’ tips, all written and presented in the ‘easy to read and understand’ style for which Survival Books are famous. Our books will save you weeks or months of research, answer hundreds of questions – including many you hadn’t even thought of – and help you avoid problems and save money!
 
*  LONELY PLANET - Great Britain (13e ed. mei 2019), ISBN 9781786578068, paperback., 1056 blz., €27,90
Inspirational images, 3D illustrations, city walks and recommendations from our expert authors. Planning features and top itineraries to help you plan the perfect trip. Local secrets and hidden travel gems that will make your trip unique. Plus comprehensive history coverage and features on food and architecture. Lonely Planet will get you to the heart of Great Britain, with amazing travel experiences and the best planning advice plus features on the Great Outdoors, Literary Britain, the Lake District and Gourmet Great Britain.
Coverage Includes: Planning chapters, London, Canterbury, Southeast England, Oxford, Cotswolds, Southwest England, Cambridge, East Anglia, Birmingham, the Midlands, the Marches, Yorkshire, Manchester, Liverpool, Northwest England, The Lake District, Cumbria, Newcastle, Northeast England, Cardiff (Caerdydd), Pembrokeshire, South Wales, Hay-on-Wye, Mid-Wales, Snowdonia, North Wales, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Southern Scotland, Stirling, Central Scotland, Inverness, Northern Highlands & Islands, Understand and Survival chapters.
 
 
*  LONELY PLANET - Best of Great Britain, (2e ed. juni 2019), ISBN 9781786578136, paperback, 324 blz., geheel in kleur, €23,90
Een nieuwe serie van Lonely Planet, gericht op het maken van kortere reizen, waarbij vooral de toeristische hoogtepunten van een land worden beschreven. Makkelijk in het gebruik, met veel foto's, gericht op het beste wat een bestemming te bieden heeft, reisroutes en reisplanning.
Inside Lonely Planet Best of Great Britain:  Full-colour maps and images throughout.  Highlights and itineraries help you tailor your trip to your personal needs and interests.  Insider tips to save time and money and get around like a local, avoiding crowds and trouble spots.  Essential info at your fingertips - hours of operation, phone numbers, websites, transit tips, prices.
Honest reviews for all budgets - eating, sleeping, sight-seeing, going out and shopping.
Cultural insights give you a richer, more rewarding travel experience - history, festivals, cuisine, religion, architecture. Over 60 colour maps.
Covers: London, Stonehenge, Bath, Oxford & the Costwolds, Cambridge, the Lake District, Edinburgh, Skye, Snowdonia, the Great Glen.
 
 
 
*  LONELY PLANET - Great Britain's Best Trips, uitg.: Lonely Planet Publications (april 2017), ISBN 9781786573278, paperback, circa 440 blz., geheel in kleur, €21,50
Discover the freedom of the open road with Great Britain’s Best Trips. We’ve selected 36 amazing road trips through Southern & Eastern England, Southwest England, Central England, Lake District & Northern England, Wales and Scotland from three day escapes to three week adventures, and packed them full of expert advice and inspirational suggestions.
Inside Lonely Planet Great Britain’s Best Trips: Lavish colour and gorgeous photography throughout.  Itineraries and planning advice to pick the right tailored routes for your needs and interests.  Get around easily - 36 easy-to-read, full-colour route maps, detailed directions.  Insider tips to get around like a local, avoid trouble spots and be safe on the road - local driving rules, parking, toll roads.  Essential info at your fingertips - hours of operation, phone numbers, websites, prices.
Honest reviews for all budgets - eating, sleeping and sight-seeing. Useful features - including Driving Problem Buster, Detours, and Link Your Trip.
Covers: England, Scotland, Wales, the West Country, the Cotswolds, Bath, Edinburgh, Stonehenge, Welsh Mountains, Cambridge, Oxford, the northern wilderness, Stratford-upon-Avon, Blenheim Palace.
 
 
*  ROUGH GUIDES - Rough Guide to Great Britain, (10e ed.sep.2018), ISBN 9780241308776, paperback, ca.1016 blz., €27,90
The guide takes a detailed look at Britain's history, literature, politics and cultural life with increased coverage of outdoor activities and expert background on everything from King Arthur to the Edinburgh festival. There are plenty of practical tips on exploring the great British countryside from the rugged Pembrokeshire coastline to the beautiful valleys of the Yorkshire Dales; information on all the best accommodation, transportation and restaurants plus lively reviews of hundreds of shops, bars and clubs. Explore the best of Britain with the clearest maps of any guide.
Independent, trusted reviews written with Rough Guides' trademark blend of humour, honesty and insight, to help you get the most out of your visit, with options to suit every budget.  Full-colour maps throughout - navigate the medieval lanes of York or Bath's Georgian streets without needing to get online.    Stunning images - a rich collection of inspiring colour photography.  Things not to miss - Rough Guides' rundown of Britain's best sights and experiences.  Itineraries - carefully planned routes to help you organize your trip.   Detailed regional coverage - whether off the beaten track or in more mainstream tourist destinations, this travel guide has in-depth practical advice for every step of the way.
Areas covered include: London and the southeast; the Cotswolds; Bath, Bristol and the southwest; East Anglia; the Midlands and the Peak District; Leeds, Manchester and the northwest; Yorkshire; Newcastle and the northeast; Cardiff and South Wales; Snowdonia; Edinburgh and the Lothians; Glasgow and the Clyde; the Scottish Highlands and Islands.
 
*  VAY, Benedict le - Britain from the Rails, uitg.: Bradt Travel Guides (3e ed.okt.2019), ISBN 9781784771416, paperback, 344 blz., €22,90
There's a magical romance about train travel that no other form of transport can capture. Unlike other rail-based guides, this is not a backpacker's manual on how to travel cheaply and quickly and what to do once you get there. Instead, this is a leisurely sojourn around the country, an indulgent, care-free and relaxing journey which notices – and explains – what other guides don't. What to see from the train,historical anecdotes about the development of the railways, explanations of how the rail system works, railway traditions, branch line explorations, descriptions of the most scenic routes and a whole lot more are covered in a style which makes for a perfect armchair read, whether from home or on the rails. Details the best routes in Britain, with practical information and quirky tales.
 
 
 
 
 
Engeland
 
*  LONELY PLANET - England (10e ed. april 2019), ISBN 9781786578044 , paperback, 720 blz.,  €23,90
New-for-this-edition features include 'First Time' for visitors who haven't been to England before, museum itineraries to help readers get to the heart of attractions like the British Museum, and driving routes around the Cotswolds; The maps in the London chapter will be in full-colour to help readers better navigate the country's capital. New additions to this version include a dedicated 'Walking In England' chapter, museum itineraries and driving routes around popular destinations, and 3D illustrations of Hadrian's Wall, the River Thames and the Tower Of London. There are also themed colour sections on Royal England, the Arts, the Great Outdoors and Food & Drink.
Cultural insights give you a richer, more rewarding travel experience - history, art, literature, cinema, music, architecture, politics, landscapes, food, drink and sport.
Free, convenient pull-out London map, plus over 95 colour maps.
Covers: London, Newcastle, Lake District, Cumbria, Yorkshire, Manchester, Liverpool, Birmingham, Midlands, the Marches, Nottingham, Cambridge, East Anglia, Oxford, Cotswolds, Canterbury, Devon, Cornwall, and more.
 
 
 
*  ROUGH GUIDES - The Rough Guide to England, uitg.: Rough Guides (4e ed. feb.2018), ISBN 9780241306284, paperback, 736 blz., €25,90
A guide to England. With coverage of the best attractions in this country, it lets you discover England's highlights with photography and information ranging from how best to explore England's beautiful countryside to the country's rich collection of castles, cathedrals and prehistoric remains, with plenty of offbeat attractions along the way. With clear maps and detailed coverage of all the best attractions. The Rough Guide to England will show you ideal places to sleep, eat, drink and shop along the way.Inside The Rough Guide to England- Independent, trusted reviews written in Rough Guides' trademark blend of humour, honesty and insight, to help you get the most out of your visit, with options to suit every budget. - Full-colour maps throughout.
Basics: essential pre-departure practical information including getting there, local transport, accommodation, food and drink, the media, festivals and events, sports and outdoor activities and more.
 
*  ENSEL, Remco & Sandra Langereis - Dominicus: Centraal-Engeland, uitg.: Gottmer (maart 2017), ISBN 9789025763367, paperback, 272 blz., €19,99
Deze Dominicus reisgids biedt uitkomst als u het vlakke East Anglia en de zachtglooiende heuvels van de Cotswolds wilt ontdekken en de wereldberoemde universiteitssteden Cambridge en Oxford. Deze steden hebben Centraal Engeland op de kaart gezet en staan bekend als het culturele hart van het Verenigd Koninkrijk. Maar Centraal Engeland is ook beroemd vanwege Shakespeare's Country, met Stratford-upon-Avon als pelgrimsoord voor bewonderaars van de vermaarde toneelschrijver.  Ook Birmingham is aboluut een bezoek waard en heeft veel te bieden op het gebied van musea en andere culturele instellingen. Natuurlijk staan de schrijvers van deze gids uitgebreid stil bij klassieke bezienswaardigheden als de kathedralen van Coventry en Gloucester en Warwick Castle. Zij brengen u naar de landhuizen en tuinen in de Home Counties, de cottages in de Cotswolds en de wandelpaden van de kust van Norfolk tot aan de Welsh Marshes in Shropshire. Daarnaast wordt er in deze gids aandacht besteed aan het industriële erfgoed van de streek.
 
 
*  ENSEL, Remco & Sandra Langereis - Dominicus Reisgids: Zuid-Engeland, uitg.: Gottmer (juli 2018), ISBN 9789025764326, paperback, ca.348 blz., €23,99
Zuid-Engeland is prachtig gebied om te ontdekken, rijk aan cultuur en natuur. Het gebied loopt van de White Cliffs of Dover tot Land's End, van Windsor Castle tot het Isle of Wight. De zee is altijd binnen handbereik en baaien en kliffen domineren er de kustlijn. Het maritieme van de grotere steden als Plymouth, Southampton en Bristol zijn nog goed bewaard gebleven in gerestaureerde dokken en pakhuizen. Vandaag de dag kunt u een bezoek brengen aan de forten en kastelen die vroeger de kustlijn bewaakten.
Deze gids laat zien dat Zuid-Engeland voor een zeer divers publiek aantrekkelijk is. Het geheel is voorzien van kleurrijke foto's. Naast achtergrondinformatie van bezienswaardigheden treft u in deze Dominicus gids ook veel praktische informatie aan met tips voor restaurantjes, accommodatie, wandel- en fietstochten en goede plattegronden. Het geheel is voorzien van kleurrijke foto's.
 
 
*  QUINT, Karin - Dominicus Thema: Het Engeland van Jane Austen, uitg.: Gottmer (april 2016), ISBN 9789025762612, paperback, ca.336 blz., UITVERKOCHT - NIET MEER LEVERBAAR
Er zullen maar weinig mensen zijn die nog nooit van Jane Austen hebben gehoord - een van Engelands grootste auteurs, met klassiekers als Pride and Prejudice, Emma en Mansfield Park. Met de groei van haar populariteit is ook het toerisme rondom Jane Austen toegenomen. De cottage in Chawton, waar zij drie boeken schreef, staat natuurlijk boven aan de lijst van iedere Janeite (zoals Jane Austen-liefhebbers genoemd worden), net als haar graf in Winchester, de stad Bath en het romantische kustplaatsje Lyme Regis. Maar niet alleen de plaatsen die Jane Austen zelf bezocht trekken Austentoeristen, ook de locaties - landhuizen, dorpen, natuur - die gebruikt zijn voor de verfilmingen worden jaarlijks overspoeld door bezoekers.
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*  LONELY PLANET - Pocket Guide: Bath, Bristol & the Southwest (april 2019), ISBN 9781787016927, pocketformaat, 160 blz., €11,90
Lonely Planet Pocket Bath, Bristol & the Southwest, a colorful, easy-to-use, and handy guide that literally fits in your pocket, provides on-the-go assistance for those seeking only the can't-miss experiences to maximize a quick trip experience.
It's your passport to the most relevant, up-to-date advice on what to see and skip, and what hidden discoveries await you. Take in the beautiful views from Bath’s majestic Royal Crescent, go on a street art and music tour in Bristol, and explore sleepy Somerset villages – all with your trusted travel companion.
Full-colour maps and images throughout.  Highlights and itineraries help you tailor your trip to your personal needs and interests.
Insider tips to save time and money and get around like a local, avoiding crowds and trouble spots.
Essential info at your fingertips - hours of operation, phone numbers, websites, transit tips, prices.
Free, convenient pull-out map, plus over 19 colour neighbourhood maps.
User-friendly layout with helpful icons, and organised by neighbourhood to help you pick the best spots to spend your time.
Coverage Includes: Bath, Bristol, Wiltshire and Somerset.
 
*  ROUGH GUIDES - The Rough Guide to Bath, Bristol & Somerset (2e ed. maart 2016), ISBN 9780241237458, paperback, 336 blz., €19,90
Full-colour throughout,The Rough Guide to Bath, Bristol & Somerset is the ultimate guide to this alluring region. With 30 years experience and our trademark 'tell it like it is' writing style, Rough Guides cover all the basics with practical, on-the-ground details, as well as unmissable alternatives to the usual must-see sights. At the top of your list and guaranteed to get you value for money, each guide also reviews the best accommodation and restaurants in all price brackets. We know there are times for saving, and times for splashing out.
From the genteel Georgian terraces of Bath to the wilderness   expanses of Exmoor, the fully updated The Rough Guide to Bath, Bristol & Somerset provides an all-round account of this   richly rewarding region, with comprehensive details of what to see, what to   do and where to sleep, eat and drink. Useful context and background information   accompany all the practicalities, interspersed with vivid, full-colour photos   and some of the clearest maps to be found in any guidebook.
 
*  MICHELIN - De Groene Reisgids: Zuid-Engeland, uitg.: Terra-Lannoo (juni 2019), ISBN 9789401457392, paperback, ca.512 blz., €24,99
De top 10 van Zuid-Engeland in beeld.
De 10 hoogtepunten van Michelin.
Dagprogramma's voor 7 tot 8 dagen.
130 rondritten, wandelingen en excursies.
Duidelijke sterrenbeoordeling bij alle plaatsen.
Meer dan 400 adressen voor elk budget.
24 kaarten en plattegronden gebaseerd op de bekende Michelincartografie.
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*  TROTTER REISGIDS - Zuid-Engeland: Cambridge  Canterbury, Brighton, Exeter, Oxford, uitg.: Lannoo (dec.2019), ISBN 9789401458290, paperback, 440 blz., €22,99
Een uitgebreide selectie logies, restaurants, cafés en winkels voor elk budget en voor elke stemming: goedkoop kamperen, luxueus dineren, authentieke bars afschuimen. Alle bezienswaardigheden worden uitvoerig beschreven en overzichtelijk ingedeeld: 3 Trottermannetjes voor de hoogtepunten, 2 of 1 voor de minder bekende, maar toch niet te missen plekjes. Met handige overzichtskaarten en gedetailleerde stadsplattegronden waarop alle adressen en bezienswaardigheden gelokaliseerd zijn.
Het echte verhaal achter de klassieke trekpleisters
Tips om de verborgen parels buiten de platgetreden paden te verkennen
Verrassende anekdotes en topervaringen van Trotter
Honderden budgetvriendelijke en uitgeteste horeca-adressen
31 kaarten en plattegronden waarop je al onze adressen terugvindt
 
*  TROTTER REISGIDS – Noord-Engeland en Wales, uitg.: Lannoo (2016), ISBN 9789401431804, paperback, ca.280 blz., €18,99
De onmisbare gids voor echte trotters - Het echte verhaal achter de klassieke trekpleisters - Tips om de verborgen parels buiten de platgetreden paden te verkennen - Verrassende anekdotes en topervaringen van Trotter - Honderden budgetvriendelijke en uitgeteste horeca-adressen - Kaarten en plattegronden waarop je al onze adressen terug vindt.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
*  MATTHEWS, Helen & Neil Matthews - The Chilterns & The Thames Valley (Slow Travel),  uitg.: Bradt (feb.2019), ISBN 9781784776138, paperback, 256 blz., €18,90
This new title from Bradt forms part of its distinctive 'Slow' travel series and is the only title available to cover the Chilterns and Thames Valley in depth. The Chilterns and the Thames Valley do not correspond to the specific boundaries of one county or region, old or new. Bedfordshire, Berkshire, Buckinghamshire, Hertfordshire and Oxfordshire - and even a small part of Surrey - all have a share.
Divided into seven easily manageable sections, Bradt's Chilterns and Thames Valley lifts the lid on what makes this area so distinctive. Chalk grasslands, beech woods, streams and wooded valleys provide a perfect landscape for walking and are easily accessible from London. In short, the Chilterns and the Thames Valley together represent a wonderfully paradoxical mixture of world-famous tourist sites and lesser-known attractions full of quirkiness and character, which will repay the visitor's interest and attention many times over. From Windsor Castle to Whipsnade Zoo, Britain's oldest road - The Ridgeway - to National Trust properties such as Cliveden and Waddeson Manor, the Henley Regatta to the Grand Union Canal, Bradt's Chilterns and Thames Valley is the perfect companion.
 
 
*  FERGUSSON, Kirsty - Slow Travel: Cornwall, uitg.: Bradt Travel Guides (3e ed.2019), ISBN 9781784776114, paperback, 288 blz., €18,90
Many of Cornwall's wildest or most curious corners as well as the exciting new range of places to eat, sleep or drink are often overlooked in the headlong race to get to the beach or the well-known tourist spots. Taking the Slow approach, using local knowledge and the author's endless curiosity, this guide offers both visitors and seasoned residents alike the chance to discover what lies behind the immediate and obvious attractions of Britain's favourite holiday destination.
This new, thoroughly updated edition of Bradt's Slow Travel Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly remains the only dedicated guide to this perennially popular part of Britain. Offering in-depth exploration of both frequently visited and less-well-known destinations that will be of interest as much to locals as to newcomers, it is written in a friendly, engaging style and includes up-to-date listings of the best (and sometimes least obvious) places to eat, drink and sleep, appealing to all budgets.
Long popular with discerning travellers, Cornwall is now enjoying an increased popularity as the 'Poldark effect' has raised awareness of its lovely land- and seascapes to even greater heights. Few places can offer such geographical diversity - the rugged, storm-lashed north coast and wide, sandy beaches favoured by surfers are rarely more than a few miles from the sheltered creeks and coves and exotic gardens of the southern coast. Wild moorland is dotted with neolithic standing stones and awe-inspiring relics of Cornwall's mining heritage. And, just 28 miles from Land's End, the Isles of Scilly offer an exhilarating blend of exoticism and wild isolation.
 
*  MILLS, Caroline - Slow Cotswolds, uitg.: Bradt Travel Guides (2e ed.feb.2017), ISBN 9781784770433, paperback, 288 blz., €18,80
In this new, thoroughly updated edition of Bradt's The Cotswolds (Slow Travel series), resident expert author Caroline Mills shares more of her favourite places in a region that remains as popular as ever. The area covered includes: the Cotswold AONB, the Cotswold escarpment, hills and valleys, the Wiltshire Cotswolds and the area known as the Four Shires, along with the lesser-known 'hidden' fringes of the Cotswolds. Also included are the three Cotswold 'gateways': Stratford-upon-Avon, Bath and Oxford. Caroline Mills has lived and worked in the region for over 40 years and writes in an entertaining and engaging first-person narrative combined with authoritative information.
Organised in such a way to encourage you to slow down and make it easier to discover smaller areas in greater depth, the guide includes features such as interviews with locals who bring character to the region, activities to try with children, personally selected places to eat, drink and stay, coverage of the Arts & Crafts movement, and plenty of options for car-free travel: walking, cycling, river boats and local buses and trains. - See more at: http://www.bradtguides.com/the-cotswolds-slow-travel-pb.html#sthash.xr2idx4p.dpuf
 
*  ROUGH GUIDES - The Rough Guide to the Cotswolds  (juli 2018), ISBN 9780241308752, paperback, 272 blz., €18,90
Discover this exquisite region of England with the most incisive and entertaining guidebook on the market. Whether you plan to hike the Cotswolds’ trails, marvel at beautiful stately homes and gardens or explore the local gastronomic scene, The Rough Guide to the Cotswolds, Stratford-upon-Avon and Oxford will show you the ideal places to sleep, eat, drink, shop and visit along the way.
Independent, trusted reviews written with Rough Guides’ trademark blend of humour, honesty and insight, to help you get the most out of your visit, with options to suit every budget.  Full-colour chapter maps throughout - to explore Oxford’s honey-coloured college buildings or discover the Shakespearean sights of Stratford-upon-Avon without needing to get online.
Stunning images – a rich collection of inspiring colour photography.  Things not to miss:  Rough Guides’ rundown of the best sights and experiences in the Cotswolds, Stratford-upon-Avon and Oxford.  Itineraries:  carefully planned routes to help you organize your trip.  Detailed coverage: this travel guide has in-depth practical advice for every step of the way. Areas covered include: Cheltenham; Gloucester; Stroud; Cirencester; Chipping Campden; Broadway; the Vale of Evesham; Stratford-upon-Avon; Burford; Banbury; Oxford. Attractions include: Blenheim Palace; Gloucester Cathedral; Kelmscott Manor; Westonbirt Arboretum; Cotswold Farm Park; Rollright Stones; Sudeley Castle; Compton Verney.
 
*  LONELY PLANET - Devon & Cornwall  (4e ed. jan.2018), ISBN 9781786572530, paperback, 288 blz., €18,90
When it comes to white sand, wild surf and wide-open skies, nowhere in Britain can compare to Devon and Cornwall.
Inspirational images, amazing experiences and recommendations from our expert authors. Planning features and top itineraries to help you plan the perfect trip. Local secrets and hidden travel gems that will make your trip unique. Plus outdoor activities, walking and driving tours, food & drink, best beaches & villages.
Coverage includes: Planning chapters, Exeter, East Devon, Torquay, South Devon, Plymouth, Dartmoor, Exmoor, North Devon, Bodmin, East Cornwall, South Cornwall, Newquay, the North Coast, Newquay, the North Coast, Understand and Survival chapters.
 
 
 
 
*  ROUGH GUIDES - Rough Guide to Devon & Cornwall  (6e ed. maart 2017), ISBN 9780241270325, paperback, 360 blz., €19,90
The Rough Guide to Devon & Cornwall is the insider's handbook to one of the most beautiful and diverse holiday destinations in the UK. Features include: Full-colour section showcasing the highlights of the region. Expert accounts of all the major sights, from the wild expanses of Dartmoor to the Eden Project, and from the craggy coast of north Cornwall to the Tate St Ives. Critical reviews of the best restaurants, pubs and hotels, whatever your budget. Informed background on the region's history, art, literature and wildlife. Practical advice on walking the South West Coast Path, exploring cycle routes, and where to head when the surf is up. Maps and plans for every area.
 
 
 
 
 
* Time Out Devon & Cornwall, uitg.: Ebury Press (2012), ISBN 9781846702433, paperback, 320 blz., €18,80
The definitive guide to two of England’s best loved counties, highlighting their contemporary appeal as well as their traditional charms. Cultural events and attractions are covered alongside our favourite pubs, restaurants and hotels. We explore the great outdoors in all its glory, as well as the best villages and towns; we suggest things to do, and places to visit. Providing information and inspiration, the Time Out Devon & Cornwall guide is invaluable, whether you’re a resident, a regular visitor or new to the region.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
*  BRADT, Hillary & Janice Booth - Slow Travel: East Devon & the Jurassic Coast (mei 2020), ISBN 9781784774769, paperback, 256 blz., €19,90
Mention holidays in Devon, and someone who doesn't know the county is likely to think of cream teas, pasties and picture-postcard villages. So far, so good, and indeed they are plentiful; but what about East Devon's spectacular Jurassic Coast, a UNESCO World Heritage Site with a multi-million-year history? Or Exeter's magnificent Cathedral, containing the longest unbroken stretch of Gothic vaulting in the world? Or the slow, peaceful and beautiful miles of off-road cycling and walking offered by the likes of the Exe Estuary Trail, the South Coast Cycle Path and the 80-mile Buzzard Route? Add to these the sand and shingle bays of sheltered little coastal towns, cupped protectively between their ancient cliffs; the mass of waterbirds on the Exe and Axe estuaries; and the far-reaching views from hills and heathland. Around 60% of East Devon is a designated Area of Natural Beauty, and it shows.
Bradt’s coverage of Britain’s regions makes ‘Slow Travel’ its focus. To us, Slow Travel means ditching the tourist ticklists – deciding not to try to see ‘too much’ – and instead taking time to get properly under the skin of a special region. You don’t have to travel at a snail’s pace: you just have to allow yourself to savour the moment, appreciate the local differences that create a sense of place, and celebrate its food, people and traditions.
 
 
 
*  BRADT, Hillary - Slow Travel: North Devon & Exmoor (2e ed. feb.2019), ISBN 9781784776145, paperback, 208 blz., €17,50
This new, thoroughly updated edition of Bradt's award-winning North Devon & Exmoor remains the only dedicated general guide to this compelling area. North Devon's relative inaccessibility has been a deterrent to ugly development, and Exmoor National Park is one of the smallest, least well known, and utterly delightful of all national parks. The rugged western cliffs around Hartland Point are the most dramatic in Devon and the cliff-top walking some of the best. New to this edition are several nature reserves which didn't make it into the first edition and more in-depth descriptions of the far western part of Devon abutting the Cornish border. Also included are the Gnome Reserve and the Bakelite Museum - just two of several quirky places in the region - and expanded information on the island of Lundy in the Bristol Channel, as well as unique coverage of the whole of Exmoor National Park straddling Devon and Somerset. Particularly intriguing are the many descriptions of country churches, 'the storerooms of history'.
North Devon, with its long sandy beaches and little coves, is the favourite of families with small children, while Exmoor's heather-covered moorland and deep, wooded coombes, attract walkers, mountain bikers, and riders. Some of the prettiest villages in the south west are found here, with cream teas aplenty. Much information will be unique to this guidebook, blending descriptions of little-known places and country pursuits with portraits of local characters, past and present. The book will be geared towards sustainable tourism, with special emphasis on car-free travel, walking, local food, pubs and unusual or special accommodation.
 
 
*  BRADT, Hillary - Slow Travel: South Devon & Dartmoor, (2e ed. april 2018), ISBN 9781784770778, paperback, 248 blz., €17,50
This new second edition of South Devon and Dartmoor is part of Bradt's distinctive 'Slow travel' series of guides to UK regions, offering in-depth exploration of one of England's most popular areas. Written by resident experts Hilary Bradt and Janice Booth, it is the essential companion guide to discovering not just the obvious and most popular sites, but also for getting off the beaten track and understanding what makes this gorgeous part of the country tick.
Much of the information in Bradt's South Devon and Dartmoor has appeared in no other guidebook (apart from the first edition of this book) as the authors uncover the lesser-known charms of the region as well as different aspects of the more popular places, together with colourful characters from the past, folk history, and literary links from Agatha Christie to Conan Doyle. The guide has a special emphasis on car-free travel: walking, cycling and river boats, as well as local buses and trains. Local food is covered, while accommodation and places to eat and drink have been hand-selected by the authors, from idyllically located campsites to stylish boutique B&Bs, with additional advice from a Devon-based tour operator who has personally tested many restaurants and hotels.
Takes you on a 'slow' tour of Devon and Dartmoor of Britain. This guide lets you: connect with the people, places, environment and heritage of this spectacular part of the country and discover for yourself the unsung delights, well known sights, wildlife, coast and countryside - not to mention the foibles of the locals. Discover the hidden secrets of this varied and beautiful region, from the 'English Riviera', where palm-trees abound and the sandy beaches of Torquay and Paignton attract numerous summer visitors, to the wild landscape of Dartmoor, England's highest landmass south of the Pennines.
 
 
*  BROEKSMA, Alice - Dorset: Kust & Country, uitg.: Edicola | Passepartout Reisgidsen (april 2020), ISBN 9789493160217, paperback, 160 blz., €22,50
Dorset is oogverblindend en onder Britten zeer geliefd. De landelijke provincie aan de zuidwestkust vertegenwoordigt alles wat ‘Engels’ is: groene heuvels die zacht rollen, pubs met open vuren en pints, tearooms met cream teas, gouden zandstranden met ezeltjes en poppenkast. Nostalgie en idylle, hier is de wereld op veilige afstand.
Maar Dorset heeft ook een wilde en spectaculaire kant. Een grote naakte reus die in een heuvel is gekerfd en nog steeds weet niemand precies wanneer dat werd gedaan en waarom. Een ruige kust van smokkelaars en eeuwenoude kerkhoven met namen van douaniers die van de rotsen vielen. De Warme Golfstroom komt hierlangs – er zijn levendige badplaatsen en subtropische tuinen met een microklimaat. De helft van de provincie valt onder natuurbescherming.
Alice Broeksma was verslaggever en buitenlandredacteur voor Haagsche Courant/Sijthoff Pers en NOS-Journaal, woont in Dorset en schrijft en fotografeert voor Nederlandse en Engelse publicaties. Bij Edicola verschenen eerder haar boeken Centraal Schotland en Weelderig Dordogne.
 
 
*  ROUGH GUIDES - Rough Guide to Dorset, Hampshire & The Isle of Wight, Rough Guide (5e ed. jan.2017), ISBN 9780241253939, paperback, 296 blz., €19,90
The Rough Guide to Dorset, Hampshire & The Isle of Wight is your definitive handbook to one of the most beautiful and diverse holiday destinations in the UK. From the wild heaths of the New Forest to the UNESCO recognised Jurassic Coast, the full-colour section introduces all of the regions' highlights. For every town and village, there are comprehensive and opinionated reviews of all the best places to eat, drink and stay - for every budget. There's plenty of practical advice on a host of outdoor activities; from exploring the New South Downs National Park by bicycle or foot, to world-class windsurfing and yachting off The Isle of Wight coast. The guide also takes a detailed look at the region's history, culture, literature and superb wildlife and comes complete with maps for every area.
 
 
 
*  ROUGH GUIDES - The Rough Guide to Kent, Sussex & Surrey, uitg.: Rough Guides (3e ed.juni 2020), ISBN 9781789195804, paperback, 336 blz., €18,80
The brand-new, full-colour Rough Guide to Kent, Sussex & Surrey is the ultimate guide to this beautiful corner of England, with clear maps and lively accounts of both the big cultural attractions and the smaller, quirkier sights, and full coverage of vibrant Brighton and historic Canterbury.
The region is fast gaining a reputation as a foodie hotspot, and the guide offers detailed reviews of the best places to eat, from old-world tearooms to Michelin-starred restaurants. Also included is accommodation for all budgets – from country-house hotels to cozy b&b’s and idyllic campsites – as well as the best places to drink, featuring the best village pubs, plus the region’s celebrated wineries. Find details on a host of local festivals and events, from Lewes’ raucous Bonfire Night to Hastings’ popular Pirate’s Day, as well as ideas on outdoor activities, from paragliding in the South Downs to canoeing Kent’s waterways, with plenty of scenic walks too. Written by local experts, this is an indispensable guide to a region that’s ripe for exploring.
 
 
 
* HEGER, Irma - Lake District: het meest geliefde nationale Park in Engeland, uitg.: Edicola|PassePartout Reisgidsen, (mei 2019), ISBN 9789492920621, paperback, 160 blz., €22,50
Leuke wandelroutes, pittoreske dorpjes, adembenemende vergezichten, ambachtelijke etenswaren en dranken, ruige bergtoppen, sprankelende meren, watervallen en beekjes. Verken het meest populaire nationale park van Engeland, ga ‘off the beaten track’ en creëer herinneringen voor de rest van je leven.  Zwemmen in een verlaten bergmeertje? Wandelen met wolven? Een ‘pint’ in een authentieke dorpspub bij de open haard? In dit boek vind je tips van plaatselijke kenners, een overvloed aan wetenswaardigheden en allerlei hints om alles uit je vakantie te halen wat erin zit. Gesplitst in vier geografische deelgebieden is dit boek een totaaloverzicht van het Lake District: een ware toeristenbijbel.
Journalist en vertaalster Irma Heger schrijft met veel passie over het gebied dat zij al 25 jaar haar thuis noemt. Heger toont je de bijzondere plekjes die zij heeft leren kennen, met een vleugje humor, veel eerlijkheid en gevoel voor detail. Ze onthult ook interessante achtergronden die alleen een ingezetene kan weten en interviewt plaatselijke persoonlijkheden van een heuse stadsomroeper tot de maker van bekroonde spiraalvormige Cumberland worst.
 
 
 
*  INSIGHT GUIDES - Great Breaks: Lake District, uitg.: APA Guides (4e ed.juli 2019), ISBN 9781789190816, paperback, 128 blz., €12,90
Great Breaks Lake District is a concise, full-colour travel guide to this most romantic national park, with a selection of clearly laid-out walks and tours complemented by beautiful photography and a wealth of practical information, all in a compact package.
Overview: the book starts by highlighting the Top Ten Things to Do, from taking a boat on gleaming lakes and tarns to exploring picturesque abbeys and stone circles. This is followed by an engaging introduction on culture and landscape, lifestyle and traditions, and an overview of where to find the best food and drink.
Walks and Tours: this guide features irresistible self-guided walks and tours that will take you on a journey through this poetic landscape of high green fells, clear waters and quaint villages that inspired the likes of William Wordsworth and Beatrix Potter.
Travel Tips: the final section of the book is packed with information on active pursuits, themed holidays and transport, as well as specially selected accommodation to suit all tastes and budgets, from chic boutique hotels to family-friendly B&Bs.
 
*  ROUGH GUIDES - Rough Guide to The Lake District (7e ed. maart 2017), ISBN 9780241256114, paperback, 296 blz., bevat 27 kaarten en plattegronden,  €18,90
The Rough Guide to the Lake District features comprehensive reviews of the finest places to stay and eat for every budget, based on personal inspection by a long-time Lakes expert. Whether you’re looking for a walker’s hostel or boutique hotel, café or gastro-pub, farmhouse B&B or country-house hotel, this guide has the lowdown on all the best deals. There’s detailed information on the best way to get around by public transport, while special features on the great outdoors focus on local walks, classic hikes, mountain climbs, lake cruises and family adventures. Whether you’re on a walking holiday or family break you can discover all the facts you need – from current opening times to festival dates. There’s also background information on the history, culture, nature and wildlife of the English Lakes, and plenty of special features – from the history of rock-climbing or a rundown of music festivals to the fascinating lives of the locals.
Whether you're looking for a walker's hostel or boutique hotel, café, gastro-pub, farmhouse B&B or country-house hotel, this guide has the lowdown on all the best deals. The Rough Guide to the Lake District is loaded with practical information from family ticket prices and opening times to advice on travelling around the region relying on the clearest maps of any guide.
 
*  DAVISON, Steve - Walking in the New Forest: 30 Walks in the New Forest National Park, uitg.: Cicerone (2e ed.feb.2020), ISBN 9781852848774. paperback, 208 blz., €17,50
This guidebook presents 30 walks in the New Forest in Hampshire and Wiltshire, Britain's smallest National Park. Easily accessible from Southampton, Bournemouth, Salisbury and Winchester, the New Forest encompasses varied landscapes, from ancient woodlands to open heaths, rivers and coastline. Routes of between 5 and 16km (3 and 10 miles) explore the Forest, mainly on fairly flat terrain, often on well-defined tracks and paths. Most walks are suitable for all the family and many can be combined to make longer outings.
Each walk is described in detail, highlighting the many points of interest in this area - ancient sites and castles, picture postcard villages with thatched cottages or historic churches - with fascinating background detail. An extract of 1:25,000 OS mapping makes each route easy to follow, and suggestions for refreshment stops like pubs and tea rooms are included. All walks offer a good chance of seeing wildlife, including the famous New Forest ponies.
This area has been protected and nurtured by ancient laws for over 900 years, and is the largest remaining area of lowland heath in Europe. It is this sense of history and the unique patchwork of habitats that make walking in the New Forest National Park such a rewarding experience.
 
*  PATHFINDER Walking Guide 12, Hampshire and the New Forest, uitg.: Crimson Publishing (juni 2016),  ISBN 9780319090107, paperback, €17,40
This Pathfinder walking guidebook covers the New Forest National Park, Hampshire and the South Downs, including the Itchen and Test valleys. There are 28 outstanding circular walks in the Hampshire countryside ranging from two to ten miles in length, and graded by difficulty by expert outdoor writer David Foster.
Each route has clear, easy-to-follow route descriptions, an Ordnance Survey route map, GPS waypoints, parking information and places of interest on the route.
You can choose from an stroll across typical New Forest heathland at Bishop's Dyke to the much more energetic downland walking around Kingsclere and Watership Down or exploring the beautiful Meon Valley.
Pathfinder Guides are Britain’s best-loved walking guides. Printed with weather-resistant covers featuring durable rounded corners, they are the perfect companion for country walking throughout Britain.
 
*  MITCHELL, Laurence - Slow Travel: Norfolk, uitg.: Bradt Travel Guides (23e ed. feb.2018), ISBN 9781784770730, paperback, 264 blz., €19,90
Slow Norfolk, although selective, includes the whole of Norfolk from Great Yarmouth and the Broads to the east to the Fens of the far west, from the iconic North Norfolk coast to the Breckland region to the south. The Norfolk landscape is far more variable than many imagine and not quite as flat as it is usually reputed to be. The North Norfolk coast, considered to be one of the most beautiful stretches in England, is also a hugely important habitat for wildlife especially migrating birds. The interior of the county tends to be more overlooked yet also much to offer, especially in terms of landscape, historic monuments and characterful market towns. The county has a rich mix of architectural variety, with numerous country houses, medieval churches, Roman forts and Norman castles. The county capital Norwich is an important centre for art and culture, with its acclaimed Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts and the annual, highly rated Norwich and Norfolk Festival.
 
 
 
* Time Out: Norfolk & Suffolk, uitg.: Ebury Press (2e ed. april 2012), ISBN 9781846702297, paperback, 320 blz., €18,80
The definitive guide to two of England’s best loved counties, highlighting their contemporary appeal as well as their traditional charms. Cultural events and attractions are covered alongside our favourite pubs, restaurants and hotels. We explore the great outdoors in all its glory, as well as the best villages and towns; we suggest things to do, and places to visit. Providing information and inspiration, the Time Out Norfolk & Suffolk guide is invaluable, whether you’re a resident, a regular visitor or new to the region.
 
 
 
 
 
 
*  LONGLEY, Norm - Slow Travel: Somerset, uitg.: Bradt Travel Guides (1e ed. sep.2019), ISBN 9781784776176, paperback, ca.200 blz., €18,90
This new guide to the idyllic and popular county of Somerset from expert author and Somerset resident Norm Longley is ideal for both visitors and locals alike with its mix of visitor information, history, culture and anecdote, not to mention coverage of wildlife, birdwatching, walking, cycling and other outdoor activities. Accommodation and restaurants - and cider - are covered, too: as Longley himself says, he often spends weekends 'roaming the Somerset countryside in search of exciting and/or novel things to do - or at the very least, hunting down good food and drink.'
Divided into seven easy-to-explore geographical regions, from Bath and north Somerset through Wells and the Mendips to Exmoor National Park and International Dark Sky Reserve, this is an indispensable companion for everyone from culture devotees to outdoor adventurers, birders to beach lovers, transport enthusiasts to event-goers, families to foodies. The Somerset Levels are covered, and so too are Quantock and Blackdown Hills, the coast, and east and south Somerset.
The author has been a guidebook writer for around 20 years and has written for The Guardian and Independent.
 
 
 
*  MITCHELL, Laurence - Slow Travel: Suffolk, uitg.: Bradt Travel Guides (2e ed. maart 2018), ISBN 9781784770747, paperback, 224 blz., €17,50
Suffolk represents quintessential East Anglia, a region that has locally distinctive architectural styles, regional accents, scenery, culture and climate. The county, which is low-lying but by no means flat, has some of its best scenery along the coast: a soft, dreamy landscape of river estuaries, remote marshes, reed-beds, beaches, shingle banks, sand spits and dunes. Elsewhere in the county can be found undulating farmland, sandy heaths, shady river banks and extensive forests. The area also has much appeal to visitors for its manmade heritage: the distinctive rural architecture of the Stour Valley (with its Constable painting associations) on the Suffolk-Essex border, the ancient town of Bury St Edmunds, the great country houses with their estates, ancient thatched churches hidden away from view and unspoiled market towns. Suffolk is also well known for its Anglo-Saxon heritage - the royal ceremonial burial site at Sutton Hoo and the reconstructed Anglo-Saxon village at West Stow.
 
*  LOCKE, Time - Slow Sussex & South Downs National Park, uitg.: Bradt Travel Guides (2e ed.feb.2017), ISBN 9781784770426, paperback, 288 blz., €18,80
This new, thoroughly updated edition of Bradt's much-praised guide to Sussex, including the South Downs, Weald and Coast offers a greater and more personal selection of places to explore and discover than any other guide. Resident expert author Tim Locke takes a leisurely, detailed approach that is highly personal, honest and critical, encouraging you to slow down and take time to gain a deeper understanding of what makes this stunning region tick and why it deserves repeat visits. Sussex offers plenty of scope for 'Slow travel' with or without a car, including walks, pottering around on bikes, steam trains, volunteer-run buses, a solar-powered craft in Chichester harbour, or on small boats. This is a guide to the author's favourite places in Sussex - along the coast, in the South Downs and in the Weald. It doesn't attempt to cover everything but picks its way round the places that have particular distinctiveness, including the parts of the South Downs National Park that fall in Sussex. Also covered are a new walk down the deepest, loveliest dry valley on the Downs, a sheep farmer who opens her farm during the lambing season and, in the High Weald, some of the most magnificent of English gardens created in the 19th and 20th centuries.
 
 
*  BAGSHAW, Mike - Slow Travel: Yorkshire Dales, Uitg.: Bradt Travel Guides (2e ed. april 2019), ISBN 9781784776091, paperback, 176 blz., €18,80
The Yorkshire Dales is one of the best loved and most visited National Parks in Britain. This guide celebrates the beautiful limestone landscapes it contains, both above and below ground. It encourages visitors to stray away from the honey-pot venues, sampling wildlife in the hidden corners and meeting the true Dales-folk in sleepy villages off the beaten track. This book explores the nooks and crannies of this dramatic and diverse county and takes in the well known sights as well as regional secrets, including fossil hunting, wild food foraging and the game of quoits. Personal guides to exploring the nooks and crannies that every place has to offer, as well as information on all the best places to stay and visit. Covering everything from fossil hunting to boat trips, architectural tours to conservation projects, offering visitors the chance to explore each area thoroughly. Illustrated in colour, with maps throughout.
 
 
 
*  BAGSHAW, Mike - Slow Travel: North York Moors & Yorkshire Wolds Including York & the Coast , Uitg.: Bradt Travel Guides (2e ed feb.2018), ISBN 9781784770754, paperback, 208 blz., €18,80
This new, thoroughly updated second edition of Bradt's North York Moors and Yorkshire Wolds, part of the distinctive 'Slow travel' series of guides to UK regions, remains the only full-blown standalone guide available to this region of contrasts, from the magnificent cliffs and beaches of the Heritage Coast and rolling hills of the North York Moors to the tranquil chalk downland of the Wolds.This guide takes you to the quiet North eastern corner of Yorkshire, where the county meets the sea. It celebrates the countryside of the North York Moors National Park, the Howardian Hills AONB and the Yorkshire Wolds. It also features the Yorkshire folk that live here and have moulded these beautiful landscapes, including the 'slow' and historical city of York.
With Bradt's North York Moors and Yorkshire Wolds, discover what makes this area tick. The annual Tour de Yorkshire has helped to establish the region as a biking Mecca, while the Yorkshire Nature Triangle in the east is renowned for its birds and wildlife, from adders to barn owls, otters to dolphins. Wildlife lovers will also find details of whale-watching tours. Included in the guide is information on the 10 long-distance paths which cross the area, plus tips on the sandy beaches and rocky coves that make this an ideal family destination. Local food and drink, from seafood to meats, cheeses and breweries, is covered, too.
Also included are details of festivals, steam train journeys as featured in the Harry Potter films, the Georgian opulence of Castle Howard as featured in Brideshead Revisited, sea-bird colonies along the Heritage Coast, the only mainland colony of gannets in England at Bempton Cliffs, and the tallest standing stone in Britain. Written in an entertaining style combining personal narrative with authoritative information, Bradt's North York Moors and Yorkshire Wolds has all the most up-to-date information you could need for a successful visit.
 
 
*  ROUGH GUIDES - The Rough Guide to Yorkshire (juni 2019), ISBN 9781789194159, paperback, 328 blz., €18,80
A comprehensive guidebook to England's largest county - Yorkshire. It includes coverage of the county, from the ruggedly beautiful Dales and Moors and magnificent North Sea coast, historic York to the multi-cultural cities of Leeds and Sheffield, the resurgent port of Hull to all the market towns and rural villages in between.
Discover Yorkshire with this comprehensive, entertaining, ‘tell it like it is’ Rough Guide, packed with exhaustive practical information and our experts’ honest independent recommendations.
Whether you plan to hike through the stunning Yorkshire Dales, sample delicious cake at the famous Bettys tea rooms, discover the fascinating history of York or visit the county’s impressive museums, The Rough Guide to Yorkshire will show you the perfect places to explore, sleep, eat, drink and shop along the way.
Features of The Rough Guide to Yorkshire:  Detailed regional coverage: provides in-depth practical information for every step of every kind of trip, from intrepid off-the-beaten-track adventures, to chilled-out breaks in popular tourist areas. Regions covered include: South Yorkshire, West Yorkshire, Vale of York, Yorkshire Dales, North York Moors and East Riding.
 
*  DOWDELL, Harry - Cycling in the Yorkshire Dales: 24 circular rides and a 6-day tour, uitg.: Cicerone (apr.2019), ISBN 9781786310170, paperback, 272 blz., €19,90
This guide describes 23 day routes, graded by a combination of distance, climb and overall gradient, all suitable for road bikes and illustrated by detailed maps and profiles. In addition a six-stage tour takes in all the highlights, including Grassington, Leyburn, Hawes, Kirkby Stephen, Ingleton and Settle. And for those who really want to test themselves, the route of the Stage 1 of the 2014 Tour de France, a 206km loop from Leeds to Harrogate, is also included, with an option to close the loop without adding many extra miles.
Appendices include a route summary table to help you choose your route, lots of information about facilities for cyclists along the routes, taking bikes on public transport and basic bike maintenance.
The Vuelta a Dales takes in the best dales, passes and viewpoints as it passes through Grassington, Leyburn, Hawes, Kirkby Stephen, Sedbergh, Ingleton and Settle. The Yorkshire Dales have always welcomed visitors who enjoy the views. For cyclists, the national park and the areas overlapping its boundaries provide a splendid mix of varied scenic landscapes, an extensive network of roads and peaceful lanes and many cycle-friendly cafés and tea shops. With almost every turn revealing yet another stunning view, the Dales are an ideal area to explore by bike.
 
 
*  LONELY PLANET - Pocket Guide: Oxford & the Cotswolds (april 2019), ISBN 9781787016934, pocketformaat, 176 blz., €11,90
Lonely Planet Pocket Oxford & the Cotswolds, a colorful, easy-to-use, and handy guide that literally fits in your pocket, provides on-the-go assistance for those seeking only the can't-miss experiences to maximize a quick trip experience.
It's your passport to the most relevant, up-to-date advice on what to see and skip, and what hidden discoveries await you. Wander the honey-toned streets of Oxford, follow in the footsteps of Betjeman and Wilde on a tour of Magdalen College and explore picture-perfect Cotswold villages – all with your trusted travel companion. Get to the heart of Oxford & the Cotswolds and begin your journey now!
Full-colour maps and images throughout.  Highlights and itineraries help you tailor your trip to your personal needs and interests.
Insider tips to save time and money and get around like a local, avoiding crowds and trouble spots.
Essential info at your fingertips - hours of operation, phone numbers, websites, transit tips, prices.
Honest reviews for all budgets - eating, sleeping, sightseeing, going out and shopping.
Free, convenient pull-out map.
 
*  BRYSON, Bill - De weg naar Little Dribbling, uitg.: Olympus (okt.2019), ISBN 9789046707340, paperback, 352 blz., €15,00
Bill Brysons kennis over Groot-Brittannië ontwikkelde zich van ‘weet bijna niets’, naar ‘grondige vertrouwdheid’, tot ‘complete verbijstering: wat weet ik eigenlijk weinig’. Ineens realiseert Bryson zich namelijk dat hij in een land woont dat zich zo snel ontwikkelt dat het hem vreemd aandoet, een plek vol beroemdheden wier namen en talenten hij niet kan onderscheiden, acroniemen die hem moeten worden uitgelegd, gespreksonderwerpen die hij niet langer kan volgen. En precies op dat moment wordt Bryson opgeroepen om een test te doen voor het Brits staatsburgerschap. Twintig jaar na zijn eerste kennismaking met Groot-Brittannië, die hij uitgebreid heeft beschreven in Een klein eiland – een van de meest geliefde reisboeken van de afgelopen decennia – besluit hij tot een gloednieuwe reis om ‘zijn’ land te herontdekken. Wederom leidt dat tot hilarische anekdotes waarmee hij de typische kijk van de Engelsen op hun eiland schitterend tot uitdrukking weet te brengen.
 
 
 
 
*  MARCO POLO GUIDES - Oxford, uitg.: Marco Polo Guides (maart 2018), ISBN 9783829707930, paperback, 128 blz., €11,60
Marco Polo Pocket Guide Oxford: the Travel Guide with Insider Tips. Explore Oxford with this handy, pocket-sized, authoritative guide, packed with Insider Tips.  Discover boutique hotels, authentic restaurants, the city's trendiest places, and get tips on shopping and what to do on a limited budget.  There are plenty of ideas for travel with kids, and a summary of all the festivals and events that take place in the `City of Dreaming Spires'.
Magical, picture-perfect Oxford, portal to the fantastical world of Harry Potter, wood-panelled dining rooms, spiral staircases and tower rooms.  Students in fluttering gowns cycling through bumpy, cobbled streets, the beautiful and stunning architecture found at every turn.  But there's more to Oxford than its dreaming spires. It is stoney and post-modern, a cosmopolitan city, a unique blend of ancient and modern...This is Oxford!
Your Marco Polo Oxford Pocket Guide includes: Insider Tips - we show you the hidden gems and little known secrets that offer a real insight into the city from sampling decadent cocktails in a historic church, dining on a roof terrace with breath-taking views and staying in a university residence.
Oxford in full-colour - Marco Polo Pocket Guide Oxford includes full-colour photos throughout the guide bringing the city to life offering you a real taste of what you can see and enjoy on your trip.
 
 
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*  HORST, Eric van der - Hart van Engeland Fietsroute: van Harwich via London naar Lands End, uitg.: Pirola (2011), ISBN 9789064556470, ringbandgids, 160 blz., UITVERKOCHT - NIET MEER LEVERBAAR
De Hart van Engeland-route is een nieuwe recreatieve lange afstandsroute van Harwich aan de Engelse oostkust naar Land's End, het meest westelijkste puntje van Engeland. De circa 1000 km lange route voert bijna in zijn geheel over rustige wegen en fietspaden en wordt gekenmerkt door een grote variatie. De route is ook te fietsen als een circa 500 km lange "coast to coast"-fietstocht van Harwich aan de Noordzee naar Clevedon aan het Kanaal van Bristol.
 
*  SWART, Kees - Fietsen rond Het Kanaal: Deel 1 Zuid Engeland van Dover of Harwich naar Plymouth inclusief een rondje Guernsey en Jersey, uitg.: St Recreatief Fietsen (2015), ISBN 9789077056332, ringband, 172 blz., geheel in kleur, €19,50
Fietsen rond Het Kanaal is een tweedelige gids, bedoeld voor iedereen die een stuk langs of rond Het Kanaal wil fietsen. De route verbindt alle veerhavens aan de Engelse en Franse Kanaalkust. Zo kan een groot of klein rondje rond Het Kanaal gereden worden door voor een verderweg of dichterbij gelegen overtocht tussen Engeland en Frankrijk te kiezen. Uiteraard kan ook alleen een stuk van de Engelse of Franse kust gefietst worden.
- Deel 1, waarin het Engelse deel van de route wordt beschreven, zal begin 2015 verschijnen. De hoofdroute begint in Dover en eindigt na 700 km in Plymouth, waar veerboten naar het Franse Roscoff varen. Dover is per boot goed bereikbaar vanuit Duinkerke of Calais. Voor degenen die liever van Hoek van Holland naar Harwich varen, is een 250 km lange route van Harwich naar de Kanaalkust beschreven. Dit deel verschijnt begin 2015.
- Deel 2 beschrijft het Franse deel van de route: 1500 km vanaf Roscoff in Bretagne tot aan de Nederlandse grens.  De verschijningsdatum van deel 2 is nog niet bekend.
Krijtrotsen, stranden, getijden, indrukwekkende kastelen, pittoreske plaatsen met een vaak bizarre geschiedenis: zo uniek als de Kanaalkust is, zo bijzonder is deze route.
 
 
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* HARSWOOD, Elain - Pevsner Architectural Guides: Nottingham City Guide, uitg.: Yale University Press (nov. 2008), ISBN 9780300126662, paperback, 256 blz., bevat 120 kleurenfoto's, €18,80
This is a lively, authoritative and practical guide to the buildings of Nottingham, from its medieval beginnings to the innovative architecture of the 21st century. Outstanding buildings range from the famous Castle, a Baroque palace on an unforgettable cliff-top site, to the internationally important 1930s complex for Boots at Beeston. A rich legacy also remains from Nottingham's Georgian and Victorian prosperity, explored here in a series of walks around the regenerated city centre and its distinctive and varied inner suburbs.Illustrated throughout in colour with specially commissioned photographs, augmented by a wealth of maps and historic views, "Nottingham" is at once the indispensible visitor's companion and an essential reference work.
 
 
 
 
Wales
 
* BARRETT, Richard - Cycle Touring in Wales: A two-week circuit and shorter tours, uitg.: Cicerone (juni 2019), ISBN 9781852849887, paperback/gelamineerd, 240 blz., €17,50
Guidebook to cycle touring in Wales. This packed guide describes a circuit of Wales - perfect for a 2-week trip - plus 6 cross routes, which range from 45 to 73 miles and can be completed as day or weekend rides, or used to create shorter versions of the main circuit. Includes all the information needed to plan and execute a successful tour.
The route passes through most of the historic cities and towns of Wales, including Cardiff, Swansea and St David's. The route also passes many famous castles and landmarks along the way.
Difficulty: The route can be ridden as a leisure ride or as a challenge and there are schedules for all types of rider. There are long easy-rolling stages along both the South Wales and North Wales coasts, much of which is along traffic-free paths, with harder riding along the rockier west coast and through the low hills of the border counties.
A 657 mile circuit around of Wales - or shorter tours around the regions - taking in miles of magnificent coastline in the Pembrokeshire National Park, the mountains of Snowdonia and the gentler marcher along the border.
 
*  LONELY PLANET - Wales Travel Guide (6e ed. apr.2017), ISBN 9781786573308 , paperback, 352 blz., €21,80
Lonely Planet Wales is your passport to the most relevant, up-to-date advice on what to see and skip, and what hidden discoveries await you. Walk the Wales Coast Path, explore Conwy Castle, or take a trip on the Welsh Highland Railway; all with your trusted travel companion. Get to the heart of Wales and begin your journey now!
Inside Lonely Planet Wales Travel Guide:  Full-colour maps and images throughout.  Highlights and itineraries help you tailor your trip to your personal needs and interests.  Insider tips to save time and money and get around like a local, avoiding crowds and trouble spots.
Essential info at your fingertips: hours of operation, phone numbers, websites, transit tips, prices.
Honest reviews for all budgets - eating, sleeping, sight-seeing, going out and shopping.
Cultural insights give you a richer, more rewarding travel experience - cuisine, outdoor activities, landscapes. Over 40 colour maps.
 
 
* QUINT, Karin & Maurice Janssen - Dominicus Landenreeks: Wales, uitg.: Gottmer (april 2018), ISBN 9789025764166, paperback, ca.264 blz., €22,99
Van de vier landen die samen het Verenigd Koninkrijk vormen, is Wales voor velen het onbekendst. En dat is onterecht! Wales is minder luidruchtig dan Schotland, minder turbulent dan Noord-Ierland en minder welvarend dan Engeland. Toch heeft Wales als vakantieland ontzettend veel te bieden. Neem alleen al de vele honderden kastelen, kloosters en prehistorische monumenten die het land rijk is. Samen met een indrukwekkend industrieel erfgoed en de oeroude taal brengen ze de geheel eigen historie en identiteit tot leven. Ook heeft Wales een spectaculaire natuur. Naast een prachtige kustlijn vol besloten stranden, brede riviermondingen en woeste kliffen heeft het adembenemend mooie heuvel- en berglandschappen. Hoofdstad Cardiff ontpopt zich met zijn National Museum, Millennium Centre, overdekte winkelpromenades en herontwikkeld havengebied intussen tot een aantrekkelijke bestemming voor stedentrips.
 
 
Rough Guide to Wales (9e ed. maart 2018), ISBN 9780241306376 , paperback, 480 blz., bevat 58 kaarten en plattegronden, €21,80
The Rough Guide to Wales is the ultimate travel guide with clear maps and detailed coverage of all the best attractions in Wales. Find detailed practical advice on what to see and do in Wales whilst relying on up-to-date descriptions of the best hotels in Wales, bars in Wales, restaurants in Wales and shops in Wales to cater for all budgets.With the clearest maps of Wales and useful Welsh language section, this Rough Guide will take you to the very best attractions Wales has to offer.
The Rough Guide to Wales will show you the ideal places to sleep, eat, drink and shop along the way.Inside The Rough Guide to Wales- Independent, trusted reviews written with Rough Guides' trademark blend of humour, honesty and insight, to help you get the most out of your visit, with options to suit every budget- Full-colour maps throughout.
 
 
 
* KELSALL, Dennis & Jan - Walking in Pembrokeshire: 40 circular walks in and around the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, uitg.: Cicerone (2e ed.jan.2018), ISBN 9781852849153, paperback, 208 blz., formaat 17.2x11.6x1.2cm, €17,95
Guidebook to 40 circular walks in Pembrokeshire in Wales. The routes, which range from 1 to 12 miles, take in the dramatic beauty of the national park and its coast, the Daugleddau and the Preseli Hills, while exploring wooded gorges, prehistoric hillforts and medieval castles.
Step-by-step route descriptions are accompanied by 1:50,000 mapping. For each route, information is also given regarding parking and public transport options, as well as toilets and refreshments available along the way. The guide also includes a useful route summary table, plus information on tides, the terrain, and weather in the region.
This collection of walks includes something for everyone, from novices to experienced ramblers. None of the walks demand technical skill and, in good weather, pose few navigational problems. Whether following the coast, wandering the hills or exploring the valleys and woods, the walking everywhere is superb and will invariably reveal something unexpected along the way.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Noord-Ierland
 
*  INSIGHT GUIDES - Insight Great Breaks Guides: Belfast, uitg.: APA Publications (3e ed.aug.2017), ISBN 9781786716309, paperback, €11,60
Belfast is an exciting place: forget its troubled past; this is a city keen to welcome visitors and fulfil its potential as a vibrant European capital. We suggest 10 easy-to-follow walks and tours around Belfast, taking in sights such as the Titanic Quarter, the Ulster Folk and Transport Museum, and the astonishing Giant's Causeway. There are three additional excursions into Northern Ireland's beautiful countryside and coastline. Each unique walk is accompanied by vivid full-colour photographs, clear maps and plenty of recommendations for where to eat and drink. Features on the local culture focus on what makes Belfast unique - its historic pubs, mural art and the Titanic legacy.
 
 
 
 
 
 
Kanaaleilanden (Jersey, Guernsey)
 
*  DANIEL, Geoff - Landscapes: Guernsey, with Alderney, Sark and Herm: 1 car tour, 30 long and short walks with GPS, uitg.: Sunflower books (6e ed.mei 2018), ISBN 9781856915113, paperback, 144 blz., €11,90
"This book, like all Sunflower books, is great. Small and lightweight to carry with you. the details are easy to follow and are so helpful: Transport needed to get to the starting point. Length of walk. What shoes to wear and difficulty of walk. The maps are small but easy to follow. Lots of walks to follow at all levels. You don’t have to be an expert to do the walks nor follow the directions." - recensie van een gebruiker
 
 
 
 
 
 
*  DILLON, Paddy - Walking on Guernsey, uitg.: Cicerone (2e ed.juni 2016), ISBN 9781852848385, paperback, 192 blz., €18,80
Guidebook to 25 short, easy walks exploring the Channel Islands of Guernsey, Alderney, Sark and Herm. Including the Guernsey Coastal Walk, the routes cover a total of 140 miles mainly on paths, tracks and quiet roads, and can be easily combined to make longer journeys. Includes notes on travel and the fascinating history of the islands.
The routes are mostly circular, mainly on paths, tracks and quiet roads, and can easily be combined to make longer outings. Most walks are between 5 and 15km (3 and 9 miles) but the book also includes a description of the Guernsey Coastal Walk, a 63.5km (39 mile) walk around the entire coast of the island. Famed for its sunshine, its history and its wonderful coastline, Guernsey offers superb year-round walking. As well as clear route directions and mapping and practical advice on travel and accommodation, the book is crammed with fascinating information about these intriguing islands.
 
*  DANIEL, Geoff - Landscapes: Jersey: 2 car tours, 25 long and short walks, uitg.: Sunflower books (aug. 2010), ISBN 9781856913911, paperback, 64 blz., €11,90
A very compact and detailed guide. Good maps and information to get you to your starting point (either by public transport or your own rental car) and then information about all the highlights along the way. Combines car tours and walking tours.
Very useful book detailing a wide variety of walking routes in Jersey. Detailed map but even more helpful having the GPS routes which can be uploaded to a mobile. All the walks can be completed by the extensive public bus service if you are not hiring a car.
There’s something for everyone here, from drivers to serious hikers and even casual walkers. The text and directions are concise and not too wordy, with just enough detail and even a little humor thrown in.
 
 
 
 
 
*  DILLON, Paddy - Walking on Jersey, uitg.: Cicerone (2e ed.juni 2017), ISBN 9781852847920, paperback, 192 blz., €18,80
Walking on Jersey describes 24 coastal and inland walks, ranging from 2 to 8 miles in length. Almost all of the walks link directly with one or two other walks, allowing all kinds of extensions to the route. The walks can also be joined together to create the 48 mile Jersey Coastal Walk, and the Channel Island Way. The walks use good paths and tracks as well as quiet country roads. Occasional more rugged paths explore the island's excellent cliff coastline. Famous for sunshine, year-round walking, history and a wonderful coastline, Jersey is an intriguing destination for travellers. Outwardly British but with French overtones, the island has a long tourist season. Jersey has plenty of interesting historical sites and attractions to visit including castles, churches and museums.
Good paths and tracks are used, along with quiet country roads, avoiding main roads wherever possible; gradients are often gentle, but there are some rugged cliff paths and occasional steep slopes; short walks can be combined to make longer ones.
Must See: excellent cliff coastline, rocky and sandy beaches, with absorbing historical features - prehistoric sites, castles and churches, as well as massive concrete reminders of the Nazi occupation; plenty of museums and visitor attractions.
 
*  EVERS, Karin - Dominicus: Kanaaleilanden, uitg.: Gottmer (maart 2020), ISBN 9789025771867, paperback, 184 blz., €19,99
Deze Dominicus reisgids belicht hoe de lokale bevolking de geschiedenis heeft ondervonden. Daarnaast passeert een kleurrijke stoet van interessante personages de revue: Victor Hugo, die op Guernsey Les Misérables schreef, Lillie Langtry, de op Jersey geboren beauty die als toneelspeelster in Londen de nodige mannenharten brak, en Pierre Auguste Renoir, de impressionist die de Moulin Huet Bay op Guernsey in olieverf vastlegde. Vanzelfsprekend wordt er uitgebreid stilgestaan bij het landschappelijk schoon: kilometers lange kusten met grillige rotsformaties, steile kliffen en gevaarlijke riffen, talloze bloemen en planten die in de lente en zomer de hellingen kleuren, rustige baaien en stranden.
Kortom, Karin Evers laat zien dat de Kanaaleilanden een paradijs zijn voor wandelaars en watersporters. De eilanden mogen dan klein zijn, ze hebben erg veel te bieden op cultuurhistorisch- en landschappelijk vlak. De prachtige kleurenfoto's, praktische informatie en overzichtelijke kaarten en plattegronden complementeren het geheel. 
 
*  INSIGHT GUIDES - Great Breaks: Jersey, uitg.: APA Guides (4e ed.maart 2019), ISBN 9781786719911, paperback, 128 blz., €13,50
Packed with information on active pursuits, themed holidays and transport in Great Breaks Jersey, this travel guide to the 'Queen of the Channel', comes with a selection of clearly laid-out walks and tours complemented by beautiful, full-colour pictures and a wealth of practical information, all in a compact package. Great Breaks Jersey is a concise, full-colour travel guide to the 'Queen of the Channel', with a selection of clearly laid-out walks and tours complemented by beautiful, full-colour pictures and a wealth of practical information, all in a compact package.
Overview: the book starts with a spread highlighting the Top Ten Things to Do in Jersey, taking in the island's absorbing heritage, stunning coastal scenery, historic forts and fortresses, and museums and manor houses. This is followed by an engaging introduction on the island's culture, geography, lifestyle and traditions, and an overview of where to find Jersey's best food and drink.
Walks and Tours: this guide features 7 irresistible self-guided walks and tours that will take you on a journey through the squares, markets and museums of Jersey's capital, St Helier, to the dramatic coastline of the windswept West with miles of sandy beaches.
 
 
landkaarten Kanaaleilanden:
 
*  INSIGHT GUIDES - Insight Flexi Map: Jersey, uitg.: APA Publications (okt.2017), ISBN 9781786719171, €9,95
*  ITMB,  Jersey & Guernsey Travel Reference Map 1:18.000, ISBN 9781771293877, €11,95
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Londen
 
*  SNIJDERS, Kim - Time to momo: Londen, uitg.: Mo'Media (okt.2018), ISBN 9789057678769, paperback, 152blz., incl. uitneembare plattegrond, incl. stadswandelingen, €16,99
Kijk moderne kunst in Tate Modern, geniet van een afternoon tea in het Haymarket Hotel, ga de leukste markten af, ontdek opkomende ontwerpers in de East End en wandel langs de Thames.
Of je nu gaat voor sightseeing, shoppen, culinair genieten of avontuur: met deze gids op zak, ontdek je Londen in no-time. Alle bezienswaardigheden, de leukste musea, parken, restaurants, cafés en winkels zijn overzichtelijk ingedeeld per stadsdeel. Zes leuke wandelingen leiden je overdag langs alle mooie plekken. Voor ’s avonds zijn er uitgaanstips voor iedereen en comfortabele hotels voor elk budget. De duidelijke plattegronden laten je zien waar je bent en waar je naartoe moet.
Kim Snijders woont sinds een aantal jaren in Londen, Bloomsbury om precies te zijn. Naast haar hectische baan voor een groot communicatiebureau, struint ze voor Time to momo: Londen {voorheen: 100% Londen) heel de stad door op zoek naar de leukste adressen.
 
 
 
*  BARBER, Emily - Blue Guide London, uitg.: Blue Guides/Somerset Books (juni 2014), ISBN 9781905131631, paperback, 640 blz., €39,20
Fully revised and updated new edition of this essential Blue Guide, by London resident and fine art expert Emily Barber, assisted by other members of the Blue Guides team. The guide retains the Blue Guides' traditional focus on architecture and the fine arts, but explores London in all its many ramifications, both high and low, past and present, including in-depth coverage of all the major sights but straying well off the beaten track to find little-known treasures elsewhere. Eating and drinking is also a major part of enjoying London and each chapter contains up-to-date suggestions of places to eat and what bars, cafés and pubs to sample. A fully revised accommodation section is also included.  Ideal for on-site use as well as for at-home study and to help visitors plan ahead.
Illustrations: Two-colour with photographs, diagrams, site plans and 16 pages of full-colour maps.
 
 
 
Capitool Reisgidsen - Londen, uitg.: Van Reemst (jan.2020), ISBN 9789000369034, paperback, geheel in kleur op luxe papier, meer dan 750 kleurenillustraties, 352 blz., €27,99
Capitool Londen: de ideale reisgids voor jouw reis naar Londen.  Het is de luxe reisgids voor levensgenieters.  Met een zorgvuldig samengestelde inhoud van zeer hoge kwaliteit en vele schitterende foto’s en illustraties.  Bestand tegen intensief gebruik, voor, tijdens en na je reis.  En de gids die je nog lang zult bewaren samen met je herinneringen.
Deze reisgids biedt overzichtelijke informatie over meer dan 1000 bezienswaardigheden, winkels, hotels en restaurants. Omdat de musea, historische gebouwen, parken en tuinen en winkels van wijk tot wijk zijn beschreven, is de reisgids ideaal voor het plannen van een stedentrip. De opengewerkte tekeningen en plattegronden van de belangrijkste bezienswaardigheden en driedimensionale beelden van historische wijken geven een goede indruk. Met behulp van de vele kaarten plan je moeiteloos je eigen route. De reisgids heeft daarnaast een handige uitneembare kaart, inclusief informatie voor openbaar vervoer.  Capitool heeft ter inspiratie enkele routes uitgestippeld langs de mooiste bezienswaardigheden in de stad, gerangschikt op thema of lengte: Historie en cultuur, Winkelen en stijl, Buitenactiviteiten, Met het gezin, 2 dagen in Londen, 3 dagen in Londen, 5 dagen in Londen.
 
*  CHESTERS, Graeme & David Hampshire - Living & Working In London, uitg.: Survival Books (6e ed. april 2012), ISBN 9781907339509, paperback, 352 blz., €21,80
Fully revised and updated 6th edition, packed with info to help readers save time, money and trouble. Living and Working in London, first published in 2000 and now in its 6th edition, is the most comprehensive book available about daily life – and is essential reading for newcomers. What's it really like Living and Working in London? Not surprisingly there's a lot more to life than bobbies, beefeaters and busbys! This book is guaranteed to hasten your introduction to the London way of life, irrespective of whether you’re planning to stay for a few months or indefinitely. Adjusting to day-to day-life in London just got a whole lot simpler!
It's packed with comprehensive, up-to-date, accurate information, facts and figures, and 'insider’ tips, all written and presented in the ‘easy to read and understand’ style for which Survival Books are famous. Our books will save you weeks or months of research, answer hundreds of questions – including many you hadn’t even thought of – and help you avoid problems and save money!
 
 
*  HARTOG JAGER, Pauline den - Ongekend Londen: ervaar de stad als een local, uitg.: Edicola | Passepartout Reisgidsen (mrt.2020), ISBN 9789493160231, paperback, 160 blz., €22,50
Schattige straatjes met bontgekleurde huizen, talloze gezellige foodmarkets en prachtige groene parken; Londen heeft zo veel meer te bieden dan de Big Ben en Piccadilly Circus. Wie de Britse hoofdstad beter leert kennen, ontdekt al snel wat een opvallend gezellige en veelzijdige stad Londen is. De miljoenenstad bestaat eigenlijk uit tientallen aan elkaar gegroeide dorpen, elk met een uniek karakter en interessante bezienswaardigheden.
In Ongekend Londen nemen ’locals’ je al wandelend mee naar hun favoriete wijken. Struin langs het Regent’s Canal naar Little Venice, spot rendieren in Richmond Park en neem de ferry over de Theems naar Greenwich. Bezoek unieke pubs, sfeervolle theaters, onverwachte musea, bijzondere winkeltjes en geniet van een typische Britse sunday roast met een pint of lager. Ervaar Londen als een local!
Nederlandse journaliste en filmmaakster Pauline den Hartog Jager verhuisde in 2012 terug naar haar geboortestad Londen. Ze slentert graag door knusse straatjes en houdt ervan om verrassende plekken in de kleurrijke en eigenzinnige stad te bezoeken. Ze is vaak in het theater, op een marktje of in één van de vele parken te vinden.
 
 
*  KING, Deborah - 50 Walks in London, uitg.:  AA Publishing (3e ed.2013), ISBN 9780749574031, paperback, 176 blz., €17,40
Walking is one of Britain's favourite leisure activities, and this fantastic walking guide to London features a variety of mapped walks to suit all abilities. The book features all the practical detail you need, accompanied by fascinating background reading on the history and wildlife of the area.
The book features all the practical detail you need, including: fascinating background reading on the history and wildlife of the area,
clear OS-based mapping for ease of use.
Every route has been colour coded according to difficulty.
Annotations for local points of interest and places to stop for refreshments.
Summary of distance, time, gradient, level of difficulty, type of surface and access, landscape, dog friendliness, parking and public toilets.
 
 
*  LONELY PLANET - London City Guide (11e ed. feb.2018), ISBN 9781786573520, paperback, 472 blz., €19,90
Lonely Planet will get you to the heart of London, with amazing travel experiences and the best planning advice. Check out cutting-edge art at the Tate Modern, wander the historic Royal Parks and explore riverside pubs and the bars of Shoreditch; all with your trusted travel companion. Get to the heart of London and begin your journey now!
Inside Lonely Planet London Travel Guide: Full-colour maps and images throughout.  Highlights and itineraries help you tailor your trip to your personal needs and interests. Insider tips to save time and money and get around like a local, avoiding crowds and trouble spots. Essential info at your fingertips - hours of operation, phone numbers, websites, transit tips, prices. Honest reviews for all budgets - eating, sleeping, sight-seeing, going out, shopping and hidden gems. Cultural insights give you a richer, more rewarding travel experience – covering history, literary London, music, theatre, architecture, art, fashion and film.  Free, convenient pull-out London map, plus over 50 colour maps.
Covers: the West End, the City, the South Bank, Kensington & Hyde Park, the East End.
 
*  LONELY PLANET - Best of London, uitg.: Lonely Planet Publications (sep.2019), ISBN 9781787015401, paperback, circa 304 blz., geheel in kleur, €18,90
Een nieuwe serie van Lonely Planet, gericht op het maken van kortere reizen, waarbij vooral de toeristische hoogtepunten van een stad worden beschreven. Explore the world’s great civilisations at the British Museum. Relive London’s gory past at the Tower of London.  Encounter iconic modern masterpieces at Tate Modern. Shop till you drop in Kensington and Knightsbridge. Lose track of time at the Royal Observatory and Greenwich Park. Coverage includes: Planning chapters, The West End, The City, The South Bank, Kensington, Hyde Park, Clerkenwell, Hoxton, Spitalfields, The East End, Docklands, Hampstead, North London, Greenwich, Day Trips, In Focus and Survival Guide.
 
 
 
 
*  LONELY PLANET - London Pocket Guide (6e ed. okt.2018), ISBN 9781786574442, pocketformaat, 224 blz., €11,90
Rise over the city on the London Eye, uncover the past at Kensington’s museums, and explore Soho, Greenwich and the Tower; all with your trusted travel companion. Get to the heart of of London and begin your journey now!
Inside Lonely Planet Pocket London: Full-colour maps and images throughout.  Highlights and itineraries help you tailor your trip to your personal needs and interests. Insider tips to save time and money and get around like a local, avoiding crowds and trouble spots.
Essential info at your fingertips - hours of operation, phone numbers, websites, transit tips, prices. Honest reviews for all budgets - eating, sleeping, sight-seeing, going out and shopping. Free, convenient pull-out city map, plus over 20 colour neighbourhood maps.  User-friendly layout with helpful icons, and organised by neighbourhood to help you pick the best spots to spend your time. 
Covers: Westminster, Covent Garden, Bloomsbury, the City, the South Bank, Kensington, Regent’s Park, Camden, Greenwich.
 
*  NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC - Reisgids: Londen, uitg.: Kosmos (nov.2018), ISBN 9789021570228, paperback, 272 blz., €22,99
National Geographic Reisgids Londen is een exclusieve gids met sublieme fotografie die u meeneemt naar de bekende en minder bekende bezienswaardigheden. De experts van National Geographic nemen een kijkje achter de schermen en dringen door tot de kern van de cultuur, de geschiedenis en bijzondere plekjes van de stad.
Bezoek met deze National Geographic Reisgids Londen Covent Garden, Ludgate Hill en maak een boottocht over de Theems. Wandel over de Tower Bridge, kom meer te weten over de Regency-architectuur of maak een uitstapje buiten Londen naar Cambridge, Windsor en Stonehenge.
De uitgebreide kennismaking met Londen, het overzicht met belevenissen die je niet mag missen, de insider tips, de excursies buiten de gebaande paden en de reiswijzer met hotels en restaurants en de handige kaarten maken de gids compleet. Speciaal aanbevolen voor natuur- en cultuurliefhebbers!
 
 
*  HUMPHREYS, Rob - The Rough Guide to London, uitg.: APA Publications (12e ed. jan.2018), ISBN 9780241306321, paperback, 496 blz., €19,90
Experience London like a local with the most opinionated, entertaining guidebook on the market.  Rough Guides’ expert authors have trampled through royal parks, navigated cobbled alleyways and propped up many-a-bar while researching this guide, writing it all up with our trademark blend of humour and practical advice. Whether you plan to browse the best of London’s independent shops, roam the rising quarters of Peckham and Hackney or witness relics of London’s grisly history, The Rough Guide to London has it covered.
What’s more, the sleeping, eating, shopping, drinking, and nightlife listings have been tailored to suit every budget, from luxury to shoestring. With stunning photography, easy-to-use maps and chapter highlights, plus some fast-fix itineraries, The Rough Guide to London will help you navigate your way around this this sprawling and wonderfully diverse metropolis. Full-colour throughout, The Rough Guide to London is the ultimate travel guide to one of the world's most exciting cities. With 30 years experience and our trademark 'tell it like it is' writing style Rough Guides cover all the basics with practical, on-the-ground details, as well as unmissable alternatives to the usual must-see sights. At the top of your to-pack list, and guaranteed to get you value for money, each guide also reviews the best accommodation and restaurants in all price brackets.
 
* JUDAH, Ben - Dit is Londen: Leven en dood in een wereldstad, uitg.: Atlas Contact (2017), ISBN 9789045033211, paperback 432 blz., €20.00
Een rauw en hartverscheurend perspectief op de toekomst van een grote stad. Ben Judah biedt in 'Dit is Londen' een rauw, opwindend perspectief op een multiculturele wereldstad - hoe het is om er te leven, te werken, op te groeien, op te voeden, lief te hebben, oud te worden en te sterven. In tien jaar tijd is Londen - de geboortestad van Judah - sterk veranderd. Hedendaags Londen is een stad van immigranten. Meer dan een derde van de Londenaren is over de grens geboren. Mensen uit letterlijk alle windstreken zijn er terechtgekomen, met dromen over werk en vooruitgang. Voor velen komen die niet uit. Dit heeft onuitwisbare effecten op de stad, zowel positieve als negatieve.
Judah dompelt zich onder in de wereld van immigranten, illegalen, bedelaars, gangsters, smerissen en louche handelaars. Hij dineert met oligarchen, slaapt onder de blote hemel en werkt op bouwplaatsen. De verhalen die hij optekent zijn soms van een hartverscheurende uitzichtloosheid, maar getuigen ook van groot mededogen.
 
 
*  ROUGH GUIDES - Pocket Rough Guide London, (5e ed.apr.2019), ISBN 9781789194296, paperback, 208 blz., €13,50
Divided by area for easy navigation, the Places section is written in Rough Guides’ trademark honest and informative style, with listings of the must-see sights and our pick of the places to eat, drink, and dance, from cozy and welcoming traditional pubs to the latest champions of London’s culinary revolution.
The Pocket Rough Guide to London is full of insider tips on the most memorable experiences the city has to offer: take in the views from the lofty heights of the Shard; haggle for a bargain in Portobello Road Market; explore the legacy of the Olympic Games in the East End; and enjoy all manner of world-class museums for free. Plus, Rough Guides’ comprehensive recommendations not only will help you take advantage of the city’s famed restaurant and nightlife scenes but also help you find equally fun places to sleep and shop.
 
 
 
*  TIME OUT - Time Out: London (25e ed.mei 2019), uitg. Crimson Publishing, ISBN 9781780592671, paperback, 416 blz., €21,90
The Time Out London City Guide continues to chart the ups and downs of a city both ancient and cutting edge. With the help of local journalists and experts, the Time Out London Guide takes you beyond the superficial – into the places where locals play, sampling the full extent of its museums and galleries, the best of its eating, shopping and carousing, the most interesting sights, strolls and excursions.
The London city guide includes: Full colour photography, using original imagery to give a real sense of the place. Handy pull-out London map. Extensive area guides not only cover the sightseeing in London, but also restaurants, bars and shops – all plotted on maps handily located within the chapter. Top 20 list of the must-see highlights. Itineraries to help you plan your visit.
Critic’s choices pick out the best London sights, experiences and cultural highlights – at a glance. All London restaurants and bars have been visited and reviewed anonymously by critics who pay their own way. London hotels independently reviewed.
 
 
*  TROTTER REISGIDSEN - Londen, uitg.: Lannoo (maart 2012), ISBN 9789020993998, paperback, 324 blz., UITVERKOCHT - NIET MEER LEVERBAAR
Alle troeven van Trotter toegepast op de wereldsteden. De uitvouwbare kleurenplattegrond maakt je meteen wegwijs. De stad wordt wijk per wijk besproken, telkens met de klassieke indeling: slapen, eten, iets drinken, uitgaan, wat is er te zien ...? Trotter City is onmisbaar voor een geslaagde citytrip: met de toeristische highlights en de minder bekende tips verken je elk hoekje van de stad.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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*  AA - 50 Walks in The Cotswolds, uitg.: AA Publishing (4e ed.mei 2019), ISBN 9780749581176, paperback, 176 blz., €17,40
Walking is one of Britain's favourite leisure activities, and AA 50 Walks in the Cotswolds features a variety of mapped walks of two to ten miles, to suit all abilities. The book features all the practical detail you need, accompanied by fascinating background reading on the history and wildlife of the Cotswolds, and clear full colour mapping for ease of use. Every route has been colour coded according to difficulty. All walks are annotated with local points of interest and places to stop for refreshments. Every walk is given a summary of distance, time, gradient, level of difficulty, type of surface and access, landscape, dog friendliness, parking and public toilets.
 
 
 
 
*  Pathfinder Walking Guide 25, Pathfinder Thames Valley & Chilterns, uitg.: Crimson Publishing (2016), ISBN 9780319090053 , paperback, €18,80
Discover 28 beautiful country walks from 4km to 18 km long around Thames Valley and Chilterns, with route descriptions, maps and photos. Each walk in this guidebook created by Pathfinder Guides and Ordnance Survey is graded by difficulty to you can easily find one for your needs.
The Chilterns form part of the long line of chalk hills stretching intermittently across southern and eastern England. It is an area characterised by beech woods and dry valleys, and these natural features are explored in the 28 routes available in this walks guidebook.
The Thames Valley is steeped in history, from Windsor Castle and Richmond Park to Runnymede Meadows where the Magna Carta was signed in 1215. All the walks include description and maps 28 for each of the walks, which are from 4km to 18 km in length. Each walk is graded for difficulty and tried and tested by seasoned walkers. The routes range from extended strolls to exhilarating hikes and help you discover some of the best views and places in the area.
 
 
*  REYNOLDS, Kev - Walking in Kent, uitg.: Cicerone (sep.2017), ISBN 9781852848620, paperback, 192 blz., €18,80
A guidebook to 40 of the best walks in Kent - each walk is accompanied by extracts from 1:50.000 OS-maps and key information on distance, access and refreshments.
Covering west Kent and The Weald and north and east Kent, including the Kent Downs and the Greensand Hills. Walks of 5 to 9 miles explore rivers and coastline, beautiful countryside and historic villages. With outlines of 11 longer walks ranging from 15 to 163 miles. Walking in Kent describes 40 circular day walks in the Garden of England. This guidebook includes routes ranging from 5 to 9 miles in west Kent and The Weald and north and east Kent. Encompassing woodland walks, clifftop paths and riverside rambles, there is something for everyone, from family strollers and determined ramblers. No specialised equipment or clothing is required.
The guide includes easy-to-follow route descriptions, 1:50K OS map extracts, background information and a route summary table. It also gives outlines of 11 longer walks in the Kent area, including the Darent Valley Way, the Saxon Shore Way and the North Downs Way National Trail.
 
*  Pathfinder Walking Guide 8, Kent, uitg.: Crimson Publishing (2016),  ISBN 9780319090183, paperback, 96 blz., €17,40
Walkers in Kent enjoy a number of longdistance footpaths, including the North Downs Way, Wealdway, Pilgrims' Way and Greensand Way, and sections of them are incorporated into several walks in this guide. 28 circular, graded walks all tried and tested by seasoned walkers. The routes range from extended strolls to exhilarating hikes, so there is something for everyone.
This walking guidebook for Kent has 28 great walks exploring coastal and inland Kent, including the Isle of Sheppey. Kent contains a wealth of history from Roman times to modern day, with many of the key sites visited on these pre-planned walks. Each walk includes easy-to-follow route directions and are accompanied by large-scale Ordnance Survey route maps, GPS waypoints and captivating photographs.
Walks include the Stodmarsh Nature Reserve, Lullington Castle, St Margaret's Bay and the Stour valley, as well as parts of the North Downs Way, Weald way, Pilgrims' Way and Greensand Way . The routes range from 3.5 miles to 10 miles, and each is rated for difficulty by an experienced walker.
 
 
*  AA - 50 Walks in Surrey, uitg.: AA Publishing (4e ed.mei 2019), ISBN 9780749581237, paperback, 176 blz., €17,40
Walking is one of Britain's favourite leisure activities, and this guide to Surrey features mapped walks of two to ten miles to suit all abilities. Every walk helpfully provides a summary of distance, time, gradient, level of difficulty, type of surface as well as details on access and landscape. Information on dog friendliness, parking, public toilets and places to stop for much needed refreshments are also given, together with  full colour maps and clear route directions.
For those with an interest in history and wildlife, you’ll enjoy a fascinating background read to each location, as well as other local points of interest.
 
 
 
 
*  KING, Deborah - Pathfinder Guides: Surrey Outstanding circular Walks, uitg.: Crimson Publishing (dec.2016), ISBN 9780319090206, paperback, €17,50
A new Pathfinder walking guide for Surrey, featuring 28 circular walks around the county ranging in length from 2 to 13 miles for all abilities. Areas covered include the North Downs Way and Box Hill, with all walks accompanied by GPS waypoints, Ordnance Survey maps and beautiful photography.
The Surrey Pathfinder walking guidebook has 28 circular, graded walks all tried and tested by seasoned walkers - it's ideal for both visitors and locals. The routes range from three miles (4.4km) to 9.5 miles (15.2km), so there is something for everyone. Each route includes a detailed description, the Ordnance Survey map for the route, GPS waypoints and key historical and landscape features to look out for.
Routes in the book include Farley Heath, the Churt Valley, Box Hill, Albury Park and Chobham Common. It's the perfect way to discover more of the Surrey countryside.
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*  AA - 50 Walks in Sussex & the South Downs, uitg.: AA Publishing (4e ed.mei 2019), ISBN 9780749581244, paperback, 176 blz., €17,40
Walking is one of Britain's favourite leisure activities, and AA 50 Walks in Sussex features a variety of mapped walks of two to ten miles, to suit all abilities. The book features all the practical detail you need, accompanied by fascinating background reading on the history and wildlife of Sussex, and clear full colour mapping for ease of use. Every route has been colour coded according to difficulty. All walks are annotated with local points of interest and places to stop for refreshments. Every walk is given a summary of distance, time, gradient, level of difficulty, type of surface and access, landscape, dog friendliness, parking and public toilets.
 
 
 
 
 
* CHANNER, Nick  - Pathfinder Guides: West Sussex & The South Downs Walks, uitg.: Crimson Publishing (dec.2019), ISBN 9780319091746, paperback, 96 blz., €17,50
All 28 routes around West Sussex and the South Downs are clearly described and shown on a large-scale OS map. They include GPS waypoints and highlight where to park, good pubs and places of interest en route.
The routes range from extended strolls to exhilarating hikes, so there is something for everyone. Each route includes a detailed description, the Ordnance Survey map for the route, GPS waypoints and key historical and landscape features to look for.
There are 180 miles of absorbing walking through the heathland, wooded vale and pretty villages of the Low Weald from Durford Heath to Ardingly, across the splendid spine of chalk that is the backbone of the South Downs National Park, including ‘Glorious’ Goodwood and the prehistoric hill forts at Cissbury and Chanctonbury Rings, and Sussex-by-the-sea from the intricate inlets of Chichester Harbour to unspoilt Climping. Routes range from 5.6km (3.5 miles) up to 18.4km (11.5 miles), so there is something for everyone. Each is also graded by difficulty
 
*  CURTIS, Paul - Walking On the Isle Of Wight, uitg.: Cicerone (2e ed.mei 2017), ISBN 9781852848736, paperback, 240 blz., €18,80
A guidebook to 33 walking routes on the beautiful Isle of Wight, including the 70 mile Coastal Path - a complete circuit of the island's spectacular coast. Ranging from 4 to 18 miles long, the walks explore clifftops, beaches, forest trails and downland, and visit picturesque villages and the towns of Yarmouth, Cowes and Ventnor. Graded easy to moderate, they are suitable for all abilities and are accessible all year round.
The guide contains clear step-by-step route descriptions for each walk, accompanied by an extract from 1:50,000 OS mapping. There is information about refreshment and accommodation options along the route and plenty of details about the island's history and the interesting places encountered. Options for accessing the start and finish using the island excellent public transport are also given for each walk.
With an incredible 326 miles of footpaths in a compact area, there is a huge choice of where to walk, which means that walkers can experience all the diversity the island has to offer - jaw-dropping views such as those from the magnificent coastline of West Wight, St Catherine's Point and the Needles, sweeping downland, as well as 2000 or so listed buildings.
 
 
 
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*  DILLON, Paddy - Walking in the Isles of Scilly: a Guide to Exploring the Islands, uitg.: Cicerone (4e ed.jan.2018), ISBN 9781852848064, paperback, 96 blz., €14,50
This guidebook to walking on the Scilly Isles includes 11 day walks and 4 boat trips, perfect for a fortnight away from it all. The walks are between 1.5 and 10 miles long (2.5km and 16km), and explore the larger islands such as Tresco, St Martin's, St Mary's, St Agnes and Bryher as well as smaller islands in the archipelago. All routes are illustrated with OS mapping and contain lots of background information on the history, geology and ecology of the islands. There is also practical information on public transport services and accommodation.
Alongside the walks, which are suitable for walkers of all abilities, are 4 boat trips which explore Annet and the Western Rocks, the Norrard Rocks, St Helens and Tean as well as the Eastern Isles.
With their mild climate and relaxing atmosphere, the Isles make an ideal holiday destination, with stunning scenery, rich bird life and myriad wildflowers. Basking in sunshine, rising green and pleasant from the blue Atlantic Ocean, fringed by rugged cliffs and sandy beaches, they reveal their charms to those who walk the headlands, sail from island to island and take time to observe the sights, sounds and scents of the landscape.
 
*  GÖGLER, Christian - Rother Wandelgids: Cornwall & Devon, uitg.: Elmar (mei 2014), ISBN 9789038924045, pocketformaat, 208 blz., €16,95
Cornwall – Devon is een fantastisch wandelparadijs voor natuurliefhebbers; uitzicht op zee en kust, groene heuvels en kronkelende landweggetjes.
De mystieke sfeer komt tot leven bij het zien van de brede baaien met ruige kliffen, woeste kloven met subtropische vegetatie en afgelegen stranden met smaragdgroene wateren. Een wandeling naar het meest westelijke punt van Engeland, Land’s End, is een magische ervaring voor elke wandelaar.
Alle 50 wandelroutes voor Cornwall en Devon zijn voorzien van duidelijke kaartjes, onmisbare hoogteprofielen, en uitgebreide beschrijvingen.
Cornwall - Devon is een fantastisch wandelparadijs voor natuurliefhebbers; uitzicht op zee en kust , groene heuvels en kronkelende landweggetjes . De mystieke sfeer komt tot leven bij het zien van de brede baaien met ruige kliffen , woeste kloven met subtropische vegetatie en afgelegen stranden met smaragdgroene wateren. Een wandeling naar het meest westelijke punt van Engeland, Land 's End, is een magische ervaring voor elke wandelaar. Alle 50 wandelroutes voor Cornwall en Devon zijn voorzien van duidelijke kaartjes, onmisbare hoogteprofielen, en uitgebreide beschrijvingen. Een wandelvakantie naar Engeland was nog nooit zo mooi!
 
 
*  STEDMAN, Henry & John Newton - Cornwall Coast Path: Bude to Plymouth (British Walking Guide), uitg.: Trailblazer (6e ed.mei 2019), ISBN 9781912716050, paperback, 352 blz., bevat 117 landkaarten/plattegronden, €17,40
This guide to the coast path from Bude to Plymouth (288¼ miles/460km) covers the second section, Cornwall, of the 630-mile (1014km) South-West Coast Path.
This is some of the best coastal walking in Europe. The footpath takes in tiny fishing villages, rocky headlands, bustling resorts, wooded estuaries and golden surf-washed beaches. It is an area rich in wildlife, with seabirds, wild flowers, dolphins and seals.
The path has been completely rewalked and all the information checked for the new 6th edition.
 
 
 
 
50 Walks in Cornwall, uitg.:  AA Publishing (4e ed.mei 2019), ISBN 9780749581169, paperback, 176 blz., €15,90
Walking is one of Britain's favourite leisure activities, and this fantastic walking guide to Cornwall features a variety of mapped walks to suit all abilities. The book features all the practical detail you need, accompanied by fascinating background reading on the history and wildlife of the area.
AA 50 Walks in Cornwall features a variety of mapped walks of two to ten miles, to suit all abilities. The book features all the practical detail you need, accompanied by fascinating background reading on the history and wildlife of Cornwall, and clear full colour mapping for ease of use. Every route has been colour coded according to difficulty. All walks are annotated with local points of interest and places to stop for refreshments. Every walk is given a summary of distance, time, gradient, level of difficulty, type of surface and access, landscape, dog friendliness, parking and public toilets.
 
 
 
*  Pathfinder Walking Guide 5, Cornwall Outstanding circular walks, uitg.: Crimson Publishing Pathfinder Guide 1:25 000 scale (okt.2016), ISBN 9780319090299, paperback, €17,40
New edition of the best-selling walking guide to Cornwall featuring 28 classic, circular walks giving access to Britain's finest coastal scenery. Also featuring a new walk exploring the ancient landscape of Bodmin Moor. All routes are accompanied by GPS waypoints, Ordnance Survey maps and colour photography.
28 beautiful country walks around Cornwall, graded by length and ranging from just over four to 11¼ miles.
All of the walks in this book include written directions, an extract of the OS map for the area and some background on the history and natural environment you may see. Most of the walks avoid busy roads, and are designed to help you make the most of a holiday or day trips. There are notes on parking, pubs and things to see on the route. They also include GPS waypoints so you can confirm your location using a handheld GPS.
Many of the walks use sections of the Cornwall Coastal Path, and includes one that visits Land's End, a route around Daphne du Maurier's estate and the Saints Way.
 
*  Pathfinder Walking Guide 26, Dartmoor Walks, uitg.: Crimson Publishing (nov.2016), ISBN 9780319090305, paperback, 96 blz., Contains OS Explorer maps, €17,40
Discover the rugged, iconic landscape of Dartmoor with this selection of 28 walks designed to help you find the best it has to offer. While largely uninhabited wilderness with few villages, farms and roads, there are still plenty of opportunities for walks of all levels.
Some of the most significant features of this often treeless landscape are the large numbers of tors that dominate Dartmoor. These are the remnants of hard masses of granite, drastically reduced in size and moulded into their present shapes by millions of years of weathering. Sheeps Tor, Kes Tor and Hound Tor are included on walks, as is the man-made, but equally fascinating 'The Graveyard' standing stones.
All 28 of the walks are graded for difficulty and tried and tested by seasoned walkers. The routes range from 3.5miles to 9 miles and include route descriptions, maps, notes and key features to look for.
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50 Walks in Devon, uitg.:  AA Publishing (3e ed.sep.2013), ISBN 9780749574819 , paperback, 176 blz., €17,40
This guide features a variety of mapped walks to suit all abilities. The book features all of the practical detail you need, accompanied by fascinating background reading on the history and wildlife of Devon, and clear mapping for ease of use.
Walking is one of Britain's favourite leisure activities, and this guide features a variety of mapped walks to suit all abilities. The book features all of the practical detail you need, accompanied by fascinating background reading on the history and wildlife of Devon, and cear mapping for ease of use.
Every route has been colour coded according to difficulty.
All walks are annotated with local points of interest and places to stop for refreshments.
Every walk is given a summary of distance, time, gradient, level of difficulty, type of surface and access, landscape, dog friendliness, parking and public toilets.
 
 
50 Walks in Dorset, uitg.:  AA Publishing (4e ed.mei 2019), ISBN 9780749581183, paperback, 176 blz., €17,40
This fantastic walking guide to Dorset features a variety of mapped walks to suit all abilities. The book features all the practical detail you need, accompanied by fascinating background reading on the history and wildlife of the area.
Walking is one of Britain's favourite leisure activities, and AA 50 Walks in Dorset features a variety of mapped walks of two to ten miles, to suit all abilities.
The book features all the practical detail you need, accompanied by fascinating background reading on the history and wildlife of Dorset, and clear full colour mapping for ease of use.
Every route has been colour coded according to difficulty.
All walks are annotated with local points of interest and places to stop for refreshments. Every walk is given a summary of distance, time, gradient, level of difficulty, type of surface and access, landscape, dog friendliness, parking and public toilets.
 
 
 
*  Pathfinder Walking Guide 9, Exmoor and the Quantocks Outstanding Circular Walks 9 - Pathfinder Guide  1:25 000 scale, uitg.: Crimson Publishing (juni 2016), ISBN 9780319090114, paperback, €17,40
28 fabulous coastal and country walks in the Quantocks and in the Exmoor National Park, graded by length and ranging from 3 to 11 miles. All routes come with a clear, large-scale OS map, GPS waypoints and highlight where to park, good pubs and places of interest en route.
Exmoor National Park comprises 265 square miles, of which about two-thirds lie in west Somerset and the remaining third in north Devon. This walking guidebook contains 28 circular, graded walks in Exmoor, all tried and tested by seasoned walkers. The routes range from extended strolls to longer hikes, so there is something for everyone.
The routes range from three to eleven miles in length and each is also rated for difficulty. Each walk includes a detailed description, an OS map, GPS waypoints and notes of key features and things to see.
Routes include the Bristol Channel coast, stretching in a dramatic series of cliffs interrupted only by the Vale of Porlock, from North Hill above Minehead in the east to Little Hangman above Combe Martin in the west.
Pathfinder Guides are Britain’s best-loved walking guides. Printed with weather-resistant covers featuring durable rounded corners, they are the perfect companion for country walking throughout Britain.
 
50 Walks in Somerset, uitg.:  AA Publishing (3e ed.2013), ISBN 9780749574857 , paperback, 176 blz., €17,40
This guide features a variety of mapped walks to suit all abilities. The book features all of the practical detail you need, accompanied by fascinating background reading on the history and wildlife of Somerset, and clear mapping for ease of use. Discover the best of spectacular Somerset by foot with this beautifully presented, slim line walking guide exploring 50 of the regions best routes of 2 to 10 miles.
Every walk helpfully provides a summary of distance, time, gradient, level of difficulty, type of surface as well as details on access and landscape. Information on dog friendliness, parking, public toilets and places to stop for much needed refreshments are also given, together with  full colour maps and clear route directions. For those with an interest in history and wildlife, you’ll enjoy a fascinating background read to each location, as well as other local points of interest.
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*  Pathfinder Walking Guide, Somerset, the Mendips & Wiltshire Walks, uitg.: Crimson Publishing (mei 2017), ISBN 9780319090435, paperback, 96 blz., €17,40
28 fabulous country walks from the Somerset Levels to the Mendips and from the Marlborough Downs to Salisbury Plain. Graded by length and ranging from 3 to 10 miles, all routes come with a clear, large-scale OS map, GPS waypoints and highlight where to park, good pubs and places of interest en route.
This walkers guide book contains 28 circular, graded walks of 5.5km to 15km that have all been created and tested by experienced walkers. The routes range from extended strolls to exhilarating hikes, so there is something for everyone to enjoy. Each walk includes a full route description, an extract of the map for the area and notes and photos to help you make the most of your time.
Both scenically and historically, Somerset and Wiltshire rank as two of the most attractive and interesting counties in Britain. Landscapes range from the breezy heights of the Mendips to the flat meadows of the Somerset Levels, and from the rolling chalk uplands of the Marlborough Downs to the mudflats and sandy expanses that fringe the Bristol Channel coast.
Walks include Avebury , Stonehenge, Glastonbury, Wookey Hole, Cheddar Gorge, and the Uffington White Horse.
 
 
 
 
 
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*  DAVIES, Andrew - The Brecon Beacons, uitg.: Cicerone Press (2e ed. feb.2017), ISBN 9781852845544, paperback, 256 blz., formaat 17.2 x 11.6 x 1.5cm, €21,80
45 circular day walks are described in this guidebook to the Brecon Beacons National Park. From west to east, Mynydd Du, Fforest Fawr, the Brecon Beacons and the Black Mountains these mountain and valley routes offer many options, highlighting the natural features. The walks described explore dramatic waterfalls, wooded gorges and upland valleys.
Seasons: all year round walking if properly equipped; high summits and ridge walks best in winter; wooded valleys best in springtime or autumn when flowers are out or leaves are turning.
Centres: Llandovery, Brecon, Crickhowell, Abergavenny and Hay-on-Wye.
Difficulty: walking suitable for all abilities and weather conditions; low level valley routes; high peaks and ridges; waterfall walks
 
 
 
*  MARSH, Terry - Great Mountain Days in Snowdonia: 40 classic routes exploring Snowdonia, uitg.: Cicerone Press (april 2017), ISBN 9781852845810, paperback, 240 blz., €24,60
A guide to 40 great mountain day walks and scrambles in Snowdonia, Wales, UK by Terry Marsh. Inspirational new routes for all abilities across the National Park in Snowdon and Moel Eilio, the Glyderau, the Carneddau, Eifionydd, Siabod and the Moelwynion, Rhinogydd (the Harlech Dome), Migneint and the Arans and Cadair Idris and the Tarrens.
Seasons: all year round but check the weather forecast before you go, choose your walk accordingly and take appropriate gear.
Centres: Conwy, Aber, Betws-y-Coed, Ffestiniog, Dolgellau, Capel Curig, Llanberis, Beddgelert, Bala, Machynlleth.
Difficulty: routes graded from moderate to arduous; map and compass skills recommended for all routes; terrain often bouldery or marshy, complex and trackless.
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*  Pathfinder Walking Guide 18, Brecon Beacons Walks, uitg.: Crimson Publishing, ISBN 9780319090015, paperback, 96 blz., bevat OS Explorer maps, €17,40
With 28 circular, graded walks all tried and tested by seasoned walkers, this walking guidebook is ideal for both visitors and locals. The routes range from extended strolls to exhilarating hikes, so there is something for everyone. Each route includes a detailed description, the Ordnance Survey map for the route, GPS waypoints and key historical and landscape features.
The Brecon Beacons National Park contains four separate mountain ranges including the Black Mountains and the Beacons themselves. Most of the area is underlain by old red sandstone, unlike the more rugged mountains of North Wales, and several walks explore this terrain of smooth, sweeping grassy uplands and wide, open vistas, including the Brecon Beacons Horseshoe. You can also explorer the watery peacefulness of Llangors Lake, the mountainous challenge of Fan y Big, walk behind the spectacular Sgwd yr Eira falls, visit the reclusive Llanthony Priory and drink in magnificent views over Abergavenny from the Blorenge.
Pathfinder Guides are Britain’s best-loved walking guides. Printed with weather-resistant covers featuring durable rounded corners, they are the perfect companion for country walking throughout Britain.
 
*  Pathfinder Walking Guide 55, Gower Swansea & Cardiff: Outstanding circular walks, uitg.: Crimson Publishing (2017), ISBN 9780319090749, paperback, bevat OS Explorer maps, €18,80
With 28 circular, graded walks that have been tested by experienced walkers, this walking guidebook is ideal for holiday-makers, day trips and locals. The routes range from 4.8km (3 miles) to 14.9km (9.75 miles), so there is something for everyone. Each route includes a detailed description, the Ordnance Survey map for the route, GPS waypoints and key historical and landscape features to spot.
This guidebook covers Wales' capital city, Cardiff, which has a thriving heritage and cultural scene and is surrounded by the beautiful vale of Glamorgan, with includes coastal fringes, pleasant villages and industrial tradition to explore. Swansea and Gower offers superb scenery with glorious sandy beaches, wooded valleys, open moorland and pretty villages.
The varied walks this allows are fully explored in this book. Each has detailed notes to help you find the route and make the most of your time. There are 28 circular, graded walks across the area.
 
*  Pathfinder Walking Guide 41, Mid Wales: Outstanding Circular Walks, uitg.: Crimson Publishing (sep.2017), ISBN 9780319090879,  paperback, bevat OS Explorer maps, €18,80
Explore Mid Wales over 28 walks with this walking guidebook from the Pathfinder series. Each walk is listed by distance and difficulty, and range from a family-friendly 4km (2.5 miles) to a challenging 20km (12 miles)
Often ignored in favour of the more popular Snowdonia and Brecon Beacons National Parks to the north and south, mid Wales still offers some stunning views and beautiful walks. Both coastal routes and upland walks are featured, and include Catti's Cave, Devil's Bridge and the Mynach Valley, The Claerwen Valley and the source of the river Severn
Each of the 28 circular walks has been created by experienced walkers, and includes a route description, extracts of the OS Explorer map for the route and key features and points of historical interest to look out for. Printed with weather-resistant covers featuring durable rounded corners, the Pathfinder Guides are Britain’s best-loved walking guides and are the perfect companion for country walking throughout Britain.
 
*  Pathfinder Walking Guide 32, North Wales, Snowdon and Offa's Dyke, uitg.: Crimson Publishing (okt.2017), ISBN 9780319090824,  paperback, bevat OS Explorer maps, €17,40
28 circular, graded walks all tried and tested by seasoned walkers. The routes range from extended strolls to exhilarating hikes, so there is something for everyone.
Discover far more than Wales' highest mountain with the Pathfinder guidebook for North Wales and Snowdonia. Routes include Great Orme, Tal Y Fan, the Clocaenog Forest, as well as Snowdon itself.
Each of the 28 circular routes include an OS map, route description, photos and notes on key landscape features and wildlife to look for on your way. The walks ranging from 5km (3 miles) to 14.5 km (9 miles); each has been planned and tested by an experienced walker to help you make the most of the area, whether you are local or visiting.
 
 
 
*  CARTER, Keith - Offa's Dyke Path: Chepstow to Prestatyn & Prestatyn to Chepstow, uitg.: Trailblazer (5e ed.mei 2019), ISBN 9781912716036, paperback, 224 blz., €18,80
New two-way guide. This new edition has been rewalked in both directions - from Chepstow to Prestatyn and from Prestatyn to Chepstow and reformatted for use by walkers hiking south to north and north to south.
The Offa's Dyke Path is a superb National Trail that runs from the North Wales coast to the Severn Estuary following the line of Offa's Dyke, an impressive 8th-century earthwork along the English/Welsh border. The ever-changing landscape – the Clwydian Range, the Shropshire Hills, the Black Mountains and the Wye Valley – is steeped in history and legend providing 177 miles (285km) of fascinating walking.
Includes 98 detailed walking maps: the largest-scale maps available At just under 1:20,000 (8cm or 3.15 inches to 1 mile) these are bigger than even the most detailed walking maps currently available in the shops.
Unique mapping features Walking times, directions, tricky junctions, places to stay, places to eat, points of interest. These are not general-purpose maps but fully-edited maps drawn by walkers for walkers.
 
 
*  STEDMAN, Henry - Pembrokeshire Coast Path: Amroth to Cardigan (British Walking Guide), uitg.: Trailblazer (6e ed.mei 2020), ISBN 9781912716135, paperback, 208 blz., bevat 96 landkaarten/ plattegronden, €18,80
Practical guidebook to walking the Pembrokeshire Coast Path with 96 large-scale trail maps and 15 town plans, Planning, Places to Stay, Places to Eat, What to See.
The Pembrokeshire Coast Path follows a National Trail for 186 miles (299km) around the magnificent coastline of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park in south-west Wales. Includes 96 walking maps - the largest-scale maps available - at a scale of just under 1:20,000 (8cm or 3-1/8 inches to 1 mile) these are bigger than even the most detailed walking maps currently available in the shops. Unique mapping features - walking times, directions, tricky junctions, places to stay, places to eat, points of interest. These are not general-purpose maps but fully-edited maps drawn by walkers for walkers. Itineraries for all walkers - whether hiking the 186-mile route in its entirety or sampling the highlights on day walks or short breaks. Includes detailed public transport information for all access points.
 
 
 
* TOD, George & Richard Tyler - The Cambrian Way: Classic Wales mountain trek - south to north from Cardiff to Conwy, uitg.: Cicerone (juli 2019), ISBN 9781852849900, paperback/gelamineerd, 264 blz., €19,90
Guidebook to the Cambrian Way, a challenging three-week mountain trek through Wales from Cardiff to Conwy. The 470km unwaymarked route is presented from south to north. Often sticking to long, beautiful ridgelines, it crosses wild and rugged terrain and visits many of Wales's highest mountains, including Snowdon.
Centres: Cardiff, Pontypool, Abergavenny, Crickhowell, Llandovery, Strata Florida, Devil's Bridge, Ponterwyd, Dinas Mawddwy, Barmouth, Beddgelert, Pen-y-Pass, Ogwen, Conwy.
Difficulty: Suitable for those with experience of long-distance walking (either with or without camping equipment), the route demands a good level of fitness and navigational competence.
Must See: Cardiff, capital of Wales, and its castle; the Black Mountains; the Brecon Beacons; the Carmarthen Vans; the Elenydd wilderness; Devil's Bridge and Rheidol Falls; Pumlumon; Cadair Idris; Barmouth; Rhinog Fawr and Rhinog Fach; Beddgelert; Snowdon; the Glyders; Ogwen Valley; Tryfan; the Carneddau; Conwy and its castle.
 
 
50 Walks in Snowdonia & North Wales, uitg.:  AA Publishing (4e ed.mei 2019), ISBN 9780749581220 , paperback, 176 blz., €17,40
Walking is one of Britain's favourite leisure activities, and AA 50 Walks in Snowdonia & North Wales features a variety of mapped walks of two to ten miles, to suit all abilities.
Featuring a variety of mapped walks to suit all abilities, these helpful guides feature all the necessary practical details, including information on distance, gradient, level of difficulty, type of surface and access, landscape, dog friendliness, parking, and restrooms. Fascinating background reading on the history and wildlife of the area is provided, and local points of interest are indicated on accompanying, full-color maps. All walks are annotated with places to visit along the way—including churches, country houses, museums, villages, and towns—as well as refreshment information on local restaurants, tea rooms, and pubs, with extra details on their character and menus. Revised with new routes and updated maps and information, these guides are your key to experiencing the beauty and variety of the British landscape.
 
 
 
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*  Pathfinder Walking Guide 6, The Cotswolds Walks, uitg.: Crimson Publishing (2016), ISBN 9780319090282, paperback, formaat: 230 x 130 mm approx., €17,40
28 carefully selected and tested country walks around The Cotswolds, graded by length and ranging from just over four to 10 miles.
All of the walks in this book include written directions, an extract of the OS map for the area and some background on the history and natural environment you may see. Most of the walks avoid busy roads, and are designed to help you make the most of a holiday or day trips. There are notes on parking, pubs and things to see on the route. They also include GPS waypoints so you can confirm your location using a handheld GPS.
Key places covered by these walking include the Windrush valley, roman ruins, the village of Syde (where Laurie Lee of Cider with Rosie grew up) and Coombe hill. The combination of idyllic stone villages and small towns in gentle, rolling countryside make the Cotswolds quintessentially 'English'. Cotswold stone varies in colour, depending on the area, ranging from light grey through to pale cream, honey and light brown.
The natural variation in the limestone is what helps towns and villages such as Castle Combe, Bourton-on-the-Water, Burford, Arlington, Broadway, Chipping Campden, Snowshill and Stanton, all featured in walks in this guide, blend so attractively into the natural surroundings.
 
50 Walks in Derbyshire, uitg.:  AA Publishing (3e ed.2014), ISBN 9780749575663, paperback, 176 blz., formaat: 12.7 x 1 x 21.6 cm, €17,40
Walking is one of Britain's favourite leisure activities, and this guide to Berkshire and Buckinghamshire features 50 mapped walks from two to ten miles, to suit all abilities. The book features all the practical detail you need, accompanied by fascinating background reading on the history and wildlife of the area, and clear mapping for ease of use. Every route has been colour coded according to difficulty. All walks are annotated with local points of interest and places to stop for refreshments. Every walk is given a summary of distance, time, gradient, level of difficulty, type of surface and access, landscape, dog friendliness, parking and public toilets.
 
 
 
 
 
50 Walks in Hertfordshire, uitg.:  AA Publishing (3e ed.2014), ISBN 9780749575700, paperback, 176 blz., formaat 12.7 x 1 x 21.6 cm,  €17,40
Walking is one of Britain's favourite leisure activities, and these guides feature ed. variety of mapped walks to suit all abilities. The books feature all the practical detail you need, accompanied by fascinating background reading on the history and wildlife of the area, and cear mapping for ease of use. Every route has been colour coded according to difficulty. All walks are annotated with local points of interest and places to stop for refreshments. Every walk is given a summary of distance, time, gradient, level of difficulty, type of surface and access, landscape, dog friendliness, parking and public toilets.
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*  Pathfinder Walking Guide 34, Hertfordshire and Bedfordshire: Outstanding Circular Walks, uitg.: Crimson Publishing (juni 2016), ISBN 9780319090077, paperback, 96 blz., formaat: 22.8 x 1.4 x 13.5 cm,  €17,40
28 circular, graded walks all tried and tested by seasoned walkers. The routes range from extended strolls to exhilarating hikes, so there is something for everyone.
Hertfordshireand& Bedfordshire tend to be underrated by walkers, often overlooked in favour of the Thames Valley or the hillier Chilterns. But they do possess much fine walking country, with a diversity of terrain, gentle hilly regions, lots of pleasant woodland, attractive riverside landscapes and an impressive collection of pretty villages. The 28 circular walking routes in the Pathfinder guide include explorations along the Greensand Ridge Walk, the Icknield Way Path, the Ouse Valley Way, the Lea Valley Walk, as well as the Grand Union Canal Walk, the Bunyan Trail and a part of the Chiltern way. Each has a detailed description, OS map, waypoints and information on parking and refreshments.
 
50 Walks in Oxfordshire, uitg.:  AA Publishing (3e ed.2013), ISBN 9780749574048, paperback, 176 blz., €17,40
This fantastic walking guide to Oxfordshire features a variety of mapped walks to suit all abilities. The book features all the practical detail you need, accompanied by fascinating background reading on the history and wildlife of the area.
Walking is one of Britain's favourite leisure activities, and this fantastic walking guide to Oxfordshire features a variety of mapped walks to suit all abilities. The book features all the practical detail you need, accompanied by fascinating background reading on the history and wildlife of the area, as well as other local points of interest. All walks are annotated with local points of interest and places to stop for refreshments and every walk is given a summary of distance, time, gradient, level of difficulty, type of surface and access, landscape, dog friendliness, parking and public toilets.
 
 
 
 
*  Pathfinder Walking Guide 33, Sherwood Forest and the East Midlands Outstanding Circular Walks, uitg.: Crimson Publishing (jan.2019), ISBN 9780319091098, paperback, 96 blz., formaat 14.1x0.5x23cm, €17,40
Pathfinder Guide to Sherwood Forest and the East Midlands features 28 outstanding circular rambles across the comparatively gentle countryside of parklands, woodlands and farming countryside through Nottinghamshire, Leicestershire, Rutland and Northamptonshire. There are a range of easy-paced, moderate and lengthier walks designed to suit a range of walking tastes. From the north Nottinghamshire village of Blyth, where there is a relaxing stroll to the gatehouse of medieval Hodstock Priory, via Hatton, one of Leicestershire s prettiest villages, and a circuit of the Hambleton peninsula at Rutland Water, to woodland trails in Sherwood and in Salcey Forests there is something for everyone. Walks are professionally authored and depicted with GPS waypoints, Ordnance Survey maps and beautiful photography.
 
 
 
*  Pathfinder Walking Guide 14, Shropshire, Staffordshire and the Heart of England, uitg.: Crimson Publishing (okt.2017),  ISBN 9780319090855, paperback, 96 blz.,  €17,40
Shropshire oozes countless opportunities to experience the very essence of England; a tangled web of history, heritage, tradition and culture that is best explored along the tranquil countryside tracks, paths and byways of this most endearing of counties.
The walks in this guide cover Shropshire and Staffordshire to the north and west of Birmingham, up to the edge of the Peak District. Routes vary from woodland walks through the forests of Wyre to the dramatic rocks of Stiperstones. Each of the 28 circular walks are has been created by an experienced walker and graded for difficulty, with notes on the route, as well as key features to look for and background information on the history, wildlife and landscapes. Each also includes an extract of the 1: 25 000 scale OS Explorer map for the area.
Routes are from 6.2km (4 miles) to 15km (just over 9 miles), giving plenty of choice for everyone.
 
 
 
*  Pathfinder Walking Guide 29, Wye Valley and Forest of Dean, uitg.: Crimson Publishing (mei 2017), ISBN 9780319090442, paperback, 96 blz.,  €17,40
The Wye Valley and Forest of Dean Pathfinder guidebook contains 28 circular walks for all abilities. Walks are from 4km to 17km long, and each route includes a difficulty rating, route directions, an extract of the Ordnance Survey map and notes and photos of key features to look for. All of them have been created and tested by experienced walkers to help you make the most of the area.
This guide focuses on the middle and lower sections of the Wye Valley, roughly where the river leaves its upper reaches in mid-Wales to enter Herefordshire. Hay-on-Wye, Hereford and the walled town of Chepstow are also covered, as is the classic view over the winding Wye Valley from Symonds Yat. The imposing ruins of medieval castles can often be found, a striking reminder of ancient warfare in the area.
This guide is part of the Pathfinder series of guidebooks, which have carefully selected walks in the most popular areas of Britain.
 
 
 
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*  Pathfinder Walking Guide 51, Cambridgeshire and the Fens: Outstanding circular walks, uitg.: Crimson Publishing (sep.2017), ISBN 9780319090794, paperback, 96 blz.,  €17,40
It is the flattest place place in the country - but there is still a lot of landscape to discover. The Fens cover a large section of Cambridgeshire, with low-lying waterlands, tranquil riverside scenery, charming towns, villages and country houses. The area is rich in heritage, wildlife and history just waiting to be discovered.
This walking guidebook book features 28 circular, graded walks by seasoned walkers. Each includes an extract of the OS Explorer map, route description, images and tips on features to look for.
This book is part of a series of Pathfinder walking guidebooks designed to help both visitors and locals discover the best routes each area has to offer.
 
 
 
 
 
 
*  Pathfinder Walking Guide 44, Essex: Outstanding circular walks, uitg.: Crimson Publishing (jan.2019), ISBN 9780319091166, paperback, 96 blz.,  €17,40
This book has 28 circular, graded walks all around Essex. The routes range from extended 4.8km (3 miles) up to 15.6km (10 miles), so there is something for everyone of all abilities. Each walk includes a detailed description, an extract of the OS Explorer 1:25k map, GPS waypoints and key features to look out for. You can also find information on parking, refreshments and more.
The Essex landscape gently undulates, with the hilliest country is in the north and west, near the Hertfordshire and Cambridgeshire borders. On the marshes of Essex, for example, there is a genuine feeling of solitude that is hard to find anywhere else in southern England. Routes include Burnham, Epping Forest, the Blackwater Estuary, The Naze, Stour Valley and two country parks.
 
 
 
 
*  Pathfinder Walking Guide 48, Suffolk: Outstanding Circular Walks, uitg.: Crimson Publishing (maart 2017), ISBN 9780319090381, paperback, 96 blz.,  €17,40
An updated Pathfinder walking guide to Suffolk, featuring 28 circular rambles clearly arranged by length and grade, visiting the landscape famed for its 'wool churches', attractive villages and network of rivers that inspired Constable. All walks accompanied by GPS waypoints and Ordnance Survey maps.
This walkers guide has 28 circular, graded walks in Suffolk, all tested by seasoned walkers. The routes range from extended strolls to exhilarating hikes, from under three to over ten miles, so there is something for everyone.
Each walk includes a detailed, turn by turn description, an extract of the large-scale OS map, photos and notes identifying key features to look out for.
Walks include Suffolk's riverside meadows of the Stour and a walk through Flatford and East Bergholt passes one of Constable's most famous viewpoints. There is a choice of coastal walks, including routes through Southwold, Shingle Street, Dingle Marshes, Thorpeness and the Shotley peninsula.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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*  Pathfinder Walking Guide 42, Cheshire, uitg.: Crimson Publishing (dec.2016), ISBN 9780319090312, paperback, 96 blz., €17,40
This walking guidebook for Cheshire contains 28 outstanding walks all tried and tested by experienced walkers. The routes range from extended strolls to exhilarating hikes - four to eleven miles in length.
Each walk includes a detailed description of both the route and the areas you will pass through, as well as an extract of the OS map for the route. They include routes visiting the Shropshire Union Canal, the Delamare Forest, Little Moreton Hall and the hilltop village of Wybunbury.
This book is part of a series of Pathfinder walking guidebooks designed to help both visitors and locals discover the best routes each area has to offer.
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*  STEDMAN, Henry - Coast to Coast Path: St Bees to Robin Hood's Bay (British Walking Guide), uitg.: Trailblazer (9e ed. feb.2020), ISBN 9781912716111, paperback, 268 blz., bevat 109 wandelkaarten en vele foto's, €17,40
109 Large-Scale Walking Maps & Guides to 33 Towns & Villages.  Practical, complete guide to walking the Coast to Coast Path across northern England, with large-scale trail maps, accommodation, places to eat, what to see with reviews, and public transport information. 
The Coast to Coast Path is a 191-1/2-mile (307km) trail that runs from St Bees on the Irish Sea across the width of Northern England to the North Sea at Robin Hood's Bay. This spectacular two-week walk crosses three National Parks - the Lake District, the Yorkshire Dales and the North Yorkshire Moors.
Features:  The largest scale walking maps available  – at just under 1:20,000 – our maps are bigger than even the most detailed walking maps currently available elsewhere.  Unique mapping features:  in many walking guides the reader has to read a route description then try to relate it to the map. Our guides are easier to use because walking directions, tricky junctions, places to stay and eat, points of interest and walking times are all written onto the maps themselves in the places to which they apply.  Downloadable GPS waypoints and tracklog also included.
 
*  WAINWRIGHT, Martin - Recreational Path Guides: The Coast to Coast Walk, uitg.: Aurum Press (maart 2016), ISBN 9781781315606, paperback, 192 blz., formaat 130mmx210 mm,  €19,90
A fully revised and updated guide to one of the most popular long-distance trails. Across 192 miles, from the quiet Cumbrian village of St Bees to Robin Hood's Bay in Yorkshire, it was devised by Alfred Wainwright.
The classic high-level walk from Irish Sea to North Sea.
Originally devised by the legendary Alfred Wainwright, the Coast-to-Coast Walk has steadily become one of Britain’s most popular long-distance walks, and it is not hard to see why. Planned to seek out the most spectacular high ground across the country, it takes you from the sea in the west to the sea in the east via three of England’s loveliest National Parks: the Lake District, the Yorkshire Dales and the North York Moors.
Its 192 miles, from the quiet Cumbrian village of St Bees to Robin Hood’s Bay, are a substantial test of endurance that will take even a fit walker a fortnight to accomplish, but also a wonderfully varying walk, from sea cliffs to craggy mountains and lakes, then across rolling dales and finally heather moorland. For everyone who reaches Wainwright’s Bar at journey’s end on the North Yorkshire coast it will have been the walk of a lifetime.
 
*  RICHARDS, Marc - Hadrian's Wall Path, uitg.: Cicerone (3e ed.aug.2018), ISBN 9781852845575, paperback, 224 blz., €21,80
The essential guidebook to walking the 84-mile Hadrian's Wall Path. One of the UK's most visited National Trails, it runs the length of the Roman Wall from Bowness-on-Solway in Cumbria to Wallsend, Newcastle.
The trail is presented here in 10 stages, with suggestions for five and eight-day itineraries. It is suitable for beginners, although a reasonable level of fitness is required if doing it as a multi-day walk. The route is described both west to east and east to west, and the guidebook also features extensions to Maryport on the far west coast of Cumbria and to South Shields on the east coast.
This full-colour guidebook contains a wealth of information on the history of the Wall, and a range of practical information for walkers, from accommodation and itinerary planning, to details on public transport and refreshments. A separate map booklet of 1:25,000 scale OS maps shows the full route. Clear step-by-step route descriptions in the guide are illustrated by 1:100,000 OS map extracts. The route description links together with the map booklet at each stage along the way, and the compact format is conveniently sized for slipping into a jacket pocket or the top of a rucksack.
 
*  STEDMAN, Henry - Hadrian's Wall Path, uitg.: Trailblazer (6e ed.juni 2020), ISBN 9781912716128, paperback, 256 blz., formaat 120mm x 180mm,   €17,40
A practical guide with 58 large scale maps, including accommodation, pubs, restaurants and public transport information, as well as walking times, directions, tricky junctions and any points of interest. There is also a Newvastle city guide.
Hadrian’s Wall Path, 84 miles (135km) from end to end, follows the course of northern Europe’s largest surviving Roman monument, a 2nd-century fortification built – in the border country between England and Scotland – on the orders of the Emperor Hadrian in AD122.
Hadrian’s Wall Path is the first National Trail to follow the course of a UNESCO World Heritage Site. This week-long walk is regarded as one of the least challenging of the National Trails.
New two-way guide re-researched in both directions: Bowness to Newcastle and Newcastle to Bowness. Route descriptions included for both directions and all maps redrawn.
7 town plans, 12 colour overview maps and 45 large scale walking maps – at just under 1:20,000 – showing route times, places to stay, points of interest.  Itineraries for all walkers – whether walking the route in its entirety over seven to eight days or sampling the highlights on day walks and short breaks.  Practical information for all budgets, all updated for the new edition.
 
*  ORDNANCE SURVEY - Pathfinder Walking Guide | Lake District: Great short walks for all the family, uitg.: Crimson Publishing (juni 2019), ISBN 9780319090336 , paperback, €11,90
Walking guidebook with 20 short circular walks around the Lake District for all the family ranging from 2 to 6 miles.
This Pathfinder walking guidebook has 20 short, circular walks all graded by length and ranging from 2 to 6 miles. Each of the routes in this book come with a clear, large-scale OS map, a turn by turn description, GPS waypoints and highlight information on where to park, good pubs to stop in and places of interest en route.
This book is part of a series of Pathfinder walking guidebooks designed to help both visitors and locals discover the best routes each area has to offer.
 
 
 
 
*  ORDNANCE SURVEY - Pathfinder Walking Guide 53, Lancashire: Outstanding Circular Walks - Pathfinder Guide  1:25 000 scale, uitg.: Crimson Publishing (juli 2018), ISBN 9780319091203, paperback, €17,40
28 fabulous country walks from the shores of Morecambe Bay, through the Forest of Bowland, Pendleside and the Ribble valley to the Pennine moorland. Graded by length and ranging from 3 to 10 miles, all routes come with a clear, large-scale OS map, GPS waypoints and highlight where to park, good pubs and places of interest en route.
With its fen-like lowlands, coastal scenery, high fells of Bowland and the lush river valleys of the Ribble and Lune, Lancashire is a secret gem for walkers. It is a county of surprising diversity from its great Industrial heritage towns to its attractive, rural villages and its numerous historic monuments.
There can be no better way of exploring Lancashire than by foot; it has a number of satisfying long-distance paths - both inland and coastal - and, as this book shows, opportunity for a great number of circular walks in highly distinctive surroundings, including the Lune Valley, Formby Point and Forest of Bowland.
This walkers guide has 28 circular, graded walks all tried and tested by seasoned walkers. Each includes an extract of the map showing the route, detailed directions and notes on things to see and do. The routes range from extended strolls to exhilarating hikes, so there is something for everyone.
 
*  ORDNANCE SURVEY - Pathfinder Walking Guide 28, North York Moors: Outstanding circular walks - Pathfinder Guide  1:25 000 scale, uitg.: Crimson Publishing (sep.2016), ISBN 9780319090251 , paperback, €17,40
Discover 28 walks around the iconic The North York Moors, graded by length and ranging from 3.5 to 11 miles in this walking guidebook created by Pathfinder Guides and Ordnance Survey.
The Pathfinder guidebook for The North York Moors is designed to help you make the most of your time in the area. It contains 28 walks, each graded by difficulty and ranging from 3.5 miles up to 11 miles in length. All the routes are created by seasoned walkers, and designed to help you make the most of the area.
Highlights of The North York Moors available on these walks include Robin Hood's Bay, Rievaulx Abbey, the River Esk valley and the Cook Monument. Routes across wild and remote moorland, such has Ingleby Moor, Westerdale Moor and Ainthorpe Rigg are contrasted with coastal and clifftop walks around Runswick Bay and Staithes, Whitby and Saltwick Bay and Ravenscar.
Each walking route has a description, and extract of the OS map to keep you on course and notes with highlights of the area.
 
*  ORDNANCE SURVEY - Pathfinder Walking Guide 35, Northumberland & the Scottish Borders: Outstanding circular walks 1:25 000 scale, uitg.: Crimson Publishing (sept. 2016), ISBN 9780319090268, paperback, 96 blz., €17,40
Discover 28 brilliant walks in Northumberland and the Scottish Borders, graded by length and ranging from 2 to 13 miles in this walking guidebook created by Pathfinder Guides and Ordnance Survey.
This revised version of the Pathfinder walking guidebook for Northumberland and the Scottish Borders contains 28 carefully selected walking routes to help you make the most of the area. All the routes have been created and tested by seasoned walkers, and range from two to thirteen miles in length.
Each route includes a detailed route description, and extract of the OS map for the area and notes on key features and historical information to help you make the most of your walk.
The area includes medieval castles such as Dunstanburgh and Hermitage, as well as Hadrian's Wall. You can also see the ruins of Kelso Abbey, visit Kielder Forest Park or explore the tranquil beauty of the Holy Island of Lindisfarne
This book is one of a series that covers the best walking areas in Britain, giving details to help you find the best walking routes and places to visit.
 
 
*  AA - 50 Walks in The Peak District, uitg.:  AA Publishing (mei 2019), ISBN 9780749581213, paperback, 176 blz., €17,40
Walking is one of Britain's favourite leisure activities, and AA 50 Walks in the Peak District features a variety of mapped walks of two to ten miles, to suit all abilities. The book features all the practical detail you need, accompanied by fascinating background reading on the history and wildlife of the Peak District, and clear full colour mapping for ease of use. Every route has been colour coded according to difficulty. All walks are annotated with local points of interest and places to stop for refreshments. Every walk is given a summary of distance, time, gradient, level of difficulty, type of surface and access, landscape, dog friendliness, parking and public toilets.
 
 
 
 
*  COATES, Neill - Pathfinder Walking Guide: South Pennines, uitg.: Crimson Publishing (aug.2016), ISBN 9780319090046, paperback, 96 blz., €17,40
Discover 175 miles of wonderful walking with this Pathfinder guidebook for the South Pennines. It contains 28 fantastic country walks complete with detailed route notes, OS mapping, GPS references, places of interest, parking and places to eat - ideal for visitors and locals alike.
This book gives details of 28 amazing walks across the Pennines (Lancashire and Yorkshire), including South Pennines’ most famous viewpoint at Stoodley Pike and the parts of the Pennine Way. Each of the routes has information on local amenities, a detailed route description, and extract of the large-scale OS Map for the area and notes and pictures to help you make the most of your time.
The routes are all graded for difficulty by experienced walkers and range from 3.5 to 10 miles long. They include Blackstone Edge and reservoirs, several Railway Children locations, the Alcomden Stones and Boulsworth Hill.
Pathfinder Guides are Britain’s best-loved walking guides. Printed with weather-resistant covers featuring durable rounded corners, they are the perfect companion for country walking throughout Britain.
 
*  DILLON, Paddy - The Pennine Way: from Edale to Kirk Yetholm, uitg.: Cicerone Press (maart 2017), ISBN 9781852849061, paperback, 240 blz., formaat 17.2x11.6x1.4cm,   €22,90
The Pennine Way is Britain's oldest, toughest long-distance footpath - and arguably its most iconic. Now a National Trail, the 427km (265½ mile) route from Edale in Derbyshire to Kirk Yetholm in the Scottish Borders offers wayfarers the opportunity to immerse themselves in wild beauty of the North. The Pennines boast rolling hills, sweeping moorland and wide glacial valleys, and the Pennine Way has come to embody personal challenge and adventure.
This guidebook presents the route in 20 daily stages of 10.5-31.5km (6½-19½ miles). Step-by-step route description is accompanied by 1:100,000 mapping and information about points of interest along the way, as well as advice on facilities and planning your trip, tips for walking the route and an alternative 15-day itinerary. Useful contacts and full accommodation listings can be found in the appendices. In addition, the guide includes a pocket-sized map booklet containing all the OS 1:25,000 mapping needed to complete the trail, saving the need to carry numerous map sheets.
With a wealth of information to help you get the most from your trip, Paddy Dillon's guide is an ideal companion to discovering this classic trail.
 
*  ORDNANCE SURVEY - Pathfinder Walking Guide 49, Vale of York & the Yorkshire Wolds, uitg.: Crimson Publishing (juli 2017), ISBN 9780319090732 , paperback, €17,40
With 28 circular, graded walks all tried and tested by seasoned walkers, this walking guidebook for Vale of York & Yorkshire Wolds leads you on some of the best routes in Yorkshire. Ideal for holidaymakers and locals alike.
Routes range from 4km (2.5 miles) up to 15.3km (9.5 miles), so there is a route to suit all abilities and available time.
While most visitors to the area go to Yorkshire's two national parks, the flat plains of the Vale of York and the rolling uplands the Wolds are a great alternative, and still provide a huge diversity of scenery and walking opportunities. Highlights of the 28 walks shown include the coast at Flamborough Head, the deserted medieval village of Wharram Percy and the Pocklington Canal.
Each walk includes a full description and an extract of the OS map for the route as well as notes and photos of key features not to miss. This is one of a series of Pathfinder Guides, which are Britain’s best-loved walking guides. Printed with weather-resistant covers featuring durable rounded corners, they are the perfect companion for country walking throughout Britain.
 
*  KELSALL, Dennis and Jan - The Yorkshire Dales: North and East, uitg.: Cicerone (jan.2018), ISBN 9781852847982, paperback, 256 blz., formaat 17.2x11.6x1.5cm,  €17,40
A guidebook to 43 circular day walks covering the northern and eastern Yorkshire Dales. The walks range between 3 and 11.5 miles in length, and there are suggestions for devising longer days by combing routes. Step by step route directions include lots of information about the area, and each walk is illustrated with clear OS mapping and vibrant photographs.
From Pateley Bridge and Aysgarth in the East to Kirkby Stephen and Richmond in the north, each valley has a character and history of its own and this guide covers the varied fell and dale landscapes of the Howgills, Mallerstang, Swaledale, Wensleydale, Coverdale and Nidderdale. The north and eastern regions of the Yorkshire Dales are full of wild, rugged fell tops carved by limestone crags, deep scooped-out dales with lonely farms far from villages, the ruins of medieval castles as well as the warm bustle of Dales villages and good pubs. The Howgills north of Sedbergh have a different look, with their wide domes, steep sides and long miles of grassy ridges.
 
 
*  AA - 50 Walks in The Yorkshire Dales, uitg.:  AA Publishing (mei 2019), ISBN 9780749581251, paperback, 176 blz., €17,40
Walking is one of Britain's favourite leisure activities, and AA 50 Walks in the Yorkshire Dales features a variety of mapped walks of two to ten miles, to suit all abilities. The book features all the practical detail you need, accompanied by fascinating background reading on the history and wildlife of the Yorkshire Dales, and clear full colour mapping for ease of use. Every route has been colour coded according to difficulty. All walks are annotated with local points of interest and places to stop for refreshments. Every walk is given a summary of distance, time, gradient, level of difficulty, type of surface and access, landscape, dog friendliness, parking and public toilets.
 
 
 
National Trail Guides
 
*  SAMPSON, Ian - Cleveland Way National Trail Guide: The Official National Trail Guide, uitg.: Aurum Press (juli 2017), ISBN 9781781315033, paperback, 144 blz., €19,90
The beautifully varied Cleveland Way winds for over a hundred miles around the North York Moors National Park, from the ancient moorland town of Helmsley to the seafront at Filey, passing stunning historic sites like Helmsley Castle and Rievaulx Abbey along the way.  Attractive farmland, woods and heather moorland, a blaze of purple in late-summer, dominate the first half of the walk, later replaced by dramatic cliffs, secluded coves and sandy beaches.
This comprehensive, fully updated official guide is the only companion you need – whether you’re interested in the industrial history of ironstone mining, or a weekend stroller seeking a coastal walk out of the seaside resort of Scarborough.
Ordnance Survey maps for the whole route.
Background information on everything from archaeology to wildlife.  Comprehensive information on places of interest, public transport and accommodation. 
Lavish colour photography throughout.
 
*  BURTON, Anthony - Cotswold Way National Trail Guide: The official National Trail Guide, uitg.: Aurum Press (mei 2016), ISBN 9781781315705, paperback, 168 blz.,  met routebeschrijving, OS-topokaarten, kleurenfoto's en achtergrondinformatie, €19,90
Following the limestone escarpment on the Western edge of the Cotswolds, the 102 miles of the Cotswold Way take the walker through a quintessentially English landscape as varied as it is beautiful.
Starting and finishing among the golden Cotswold stone of Chipping Camden and Bath, and affording stunning prospects of the Malvern Hills, the Forest of Dean and even the Black Mountains in Wales, it winds through rolling farmland, magnificent beech woodlands, and up over the austerely beautiful Cleeve Hill with its panoramic views out over Cheltenham and far beyond. With a wealth of historic interest, from Neolithic burial mounds to Roman villas and country houses, this is genuinely a walk through the heart of England.
The author:  Anthony Burton is the author of a number of books in the National Trail Guides series for Aurum, including The West Highland Way, Hadrian's Wall Path, The Cotswold Way and The Ridgeway, as well as a biography of Richard Trevithick and Thomas Telford and numerous other works of industrial history. He lives in Stroud.
 
*  BURTON, Anthony - Hadrian's Wall Path National Trail Guide: The Official National Trail Guide, uitg.: Aurum Press (nov.2016), ISBN 9781781315712, paperback, 144 blz., formaat 130 mmx210 mm,  €21,80
The official guide to this superb National Trail, published in conjunction with Walk Unlimited.
Comprehensive, this is the only companion you need to walk this well-loved path. Since it opened in 2003, Hadrian’s Wall Path has become one of Britain’s most popular long-distance paths. Its 84 miles are a convenient week’s walking, shadowing for the most part the historic line of Hadrian’s Wall in its spectacular progress across the superbly wild landscape of the north of England.
Starting in what used to be Tyneside’s shipbuilding heart, and joining Newcastle in the east with Carlisle in the west, it takes you via the extraordinary Roman forts of Vindolanda and Housesteads, close to handsome towns like Hexham and Corbridge, to finish on the lonely shores of the Solway Firth with views of Scotland.
The author:  Anthony Burton is the author of a number of books in the National Trail Guides series for Aurum, including The West Highland Way, Hadrian's Wall Path, The Cotswold Way and The Ridgeway, as well as a biography of Richard Trevithick and Thomas Telford and numerous other works of industrial history.
 
*  SAUNDERS, Colin - North Downs Way: The official National Trail Guide, uitg.: Aurum Press (jan.2016), ISBN 9781781315002, paperback, 192 blz., formaat 130x210mm,   €19,90
The official guide to this superb National Trail, published in conjunction with Walk Unlimited.
Whether you're an experienced long distance walker or a weekend stroller, this is the only companion you need. The North Downs Way is the National Trail that follows the official acorn waymarks from Farnham to the coast at Dover. This picturesque trail takes in chalk ridges, river valleys and sections of the Pilgrims’ Way. At the eastern end you can either walk via Canterbury (a total distance of 130 miles, 208 km) or follow the southern route (123 miles, 197 km). This is the complete official guide to walking the well-loved and popular North Downs.
The author:
Colin Saunders is a member of the London Walking Forum, which first conceived two London orbital walking routes, and is the author of Aurum's guide on The Capital Ring, as well as of the new guide to The North Downs Way.
 
 
 
*  TARR, Roland - Northumberland Coast Path: The Official National Trail Guide, uitg.: Aurum Press (maart 2016), ISBN 9781781315620, paperback, 168 blz., €21,80
The Northumberland coastline stretches from the outskirts of Newcastle up to the Scottish border at Berwick-upon-Tweed – a popular holiday destination for its wild and sweeping landscape of endless beaches of pale sand, succession of spectacular castles like Bamburgh and Dunstanburgh, congenial resorts like Alnmouth, and unique offshore attractions like Holy Island and the Farne Islands. Now, Roland Tarr’s new Trail Guide maps out the walker’s route along the entire coast, starting from the centre of Newcastle and including an extension beyond Berwick to the seabird crags of St Abb’s Head.
Along the way the guide covers the remarkable industrial heritage of this coastline – the coalmining town of Ashington that gave birth to both the Ashington Group of Pitmen Painters and the Charlton brothers – and its fabulous wildlife, with seals and puffins off the shore. From a handsome Tyneside city to a distinguished border town straddling the Tweed, this is a superbly bracing walking country for the ever-increasing number of tourists who discover Northumberland every year.
The author:  Roland Tarr, modern linguist and outdoor enthusiast, has served as Assistant Countryside Officer in Cheshire, Heritage Coast Officer in Dorset, and has worked as a consultant in informal countryside recreation for councils throughout the south-west, national government and the European Commission. He has always used photography to promote conservation and countryside recreation causes.
 
Offa's Dyke Path  National Trail Guide: The official National Trail Guide, uitg.: Aurum Press (juni 2014), ISBN 9781781310663, paperback, 168 blz., formaat 130x210mm,   €19,90
The official guide to the northern section of the Offa's Dyke Path National Trail, published in association with Natural England and the Countryside Council for Wales. With a complete description of the route divided into 7 chapters, this trail follows the earthwork of Offa's Dyke Path from Knighton to Prestatyn, over 177 miles. For the long-distance walker.
Offa's Dyke Path (Gogledd Llwybr Clawdd Offa) is the 177-mile National Trail following the ancient earthwork that criss-crosses the border country of modern England and Wales, from the Severn Estuary to the seaside resort of Prestatyn on the Irish Sea. This is the complete, official guide for the long-distance walker or the weekend stroller. All you need is this one book. It contains: * the route split into convenient sections * Ordnance Survery mapping for the entire route * comprehensive, up-to-date information on public transport, accommodation and places of interest * background information on everything from archaeology to wildlife * lavishly illustrated with colour photography throughout.
The author:  Tony Gowers was Natural England's Trail Officer for the North Downs Way. He is also co-author of the National Trail Guide to the Thames Path in the Country.
 
 
*  ROBINSON, Bruce - Peddars Way & Norfolk Coast Path: The official National Trail Guide, uitg.: Aurum Press (aug.2015), ISBN 9781781315019, paperback, 144 blz., formaat 130x210mm,  €19,90
Running 93 miles from the heathland and forest on the Norfolk-Suffolk border, via stunning sandy beaches, picturesque villages and wild, empty salt marsh to the traditional seaside resort of Cromer on the north Norfolk coast, the Peddars Way and Norfolk Coast Path is a wonderfully varied and interesting National Trail.
There is the archaeological interest of the Roman road whose route the trail first follows to the coast, the magnificent architecture of Norfolk’s characteristic flint churches, and for birdwatchers an embarrassment of riches, from the rare stone curlews of Breckland to the marsh harriers sailing above the reedbeds at the spectacular nature reserves of Titchwell and Cley.
This official guide, published in conjunction with Natural England, is the only companion you need.
The author:  Bruce Robinson, now retired, was a journalist for newspapers in Lincolnshire and Norfolk for forty years. He has written or co-written eleven books, including two books on walking, two novels and three titles in a series on Norfolk history, written in conjunction with county archaeologists. He is co-author, with Mike Robinson, of The National Trail Guide Peddar's Way and the Norfolk Coast Path.
 
*  JOHN, Brian - Pembrokeshire Coast Path National Trail Guide: The Official National Trail Guide, uitg.: Aurum Press (mei 2017), ISBN 9781781315729, paperback, 168 blz., formaat 130x210mm, €19,90
180 miles of cliff top, beach and cove around the magnificent Welsh coast, The Pembrokeshire Coast Path (Llwybr Arfordir Sir Benfro) is the 186-mile National Trail around Wales’s magnificent southern headland. Winding around the coast from St Dogmaels to Amroth, it clings to soaring cliff tops, seeks out fabulous sweeping beaches like Marloes Sands and Freshwater West, visits lovely towns like St David’s and Tenby, castles at Manorbier and Pembroke, and is rich in wildlife from teeming seabird colonies to the rare chough. It is now part of the Welsh Coast Path, fully open in 2012. Whether you’re a long-distance walker or a holiday stroller, this is the only book you need.
The author:  Brian John is a Pembrokeshire man and a geographer by training. He lectured at Durham University for 11 years before returning to Pembrokeshire, where he now runs his own small publishing company. He is also greatly involved in local environmental and conservation organisations.
 
 
 
*  HALL, Damian - Pennine Way National Trail Guide: The official National Trail Guide, uitg.: Aurum Press (mrt.2016), ISBN 9781781315651, paperback, 192 blz., €21,80
The Pennine Way is Britain's toughest long-distance path, running 268 miles from Derbyshire's Peak District up through the Yorkshire Dales, Cumbria and Northumberland into the Scottish Borders. Reissue.  A one-volume guide with new features including gradients, GPS references, transport links and natural history information.
Now, Damian Hall, one of Country Walking’s senior contributors, has written a completely new guide, giving all the information the modern walker requires: GPS references, gradients of each section, public transport links, extensive details of the wildlife and flora to be seen along the way, and a guide for occasional walkers to the real highlight stretches of the path.r
Damian Hall is an outdoor journalist and ultramarathon-runner who has completed many of the world’s famous and not-so-famous long-distance walks, including the Everest Base Camp trek for his honeymoon. His most memorable trek, however, was when a possum stole his walking boot on the Six Foot Track in Australia’s Blue Mountains.
 
*  BURTON, Anthony - The Ridgeway: The Official National Trail Guide, uitg.: Aurum Press (juni 2016), ISBN 9781781315736, paperback, 144 blz., formaat 130x210mm,  €19,90
The official guide to this superb National Trail along Britain's oldest road, published in conjunction with Walk Unlimited.
Whether you're an experienced long-distance walker or a weekend stroller, this is the only companion you need. The Ridgeway follows one of the oldest ‘green roads’ in Europe, running for 87 miles (140 km) from Overton Hill in the west, across the Marlborough Downs and the Vale of the White Horse, to Ivinghoe Beacon on the northern edge of the Chilterns. 
The author:  Anthony Burton is the author of a number of books in the National Trail Guides series for Aurum, including The West Highland Way, Hadrian's Wall Path, The Cotswold Way and The Ridgeway, as well as a biography of Richard Trevithick and Thomas Telford and numerous other works of industrial history.
 
 
 
South West Coast Path National Trail Guide - Exmouth to Poole: The official National Trail Guide, uitg.: Aurum Press (mei 2016), ISBN 9781781315675, paperback, 168 blz., formaat 130x210mm,  €18,80
The South West Coast Path is the spectacular 630-mile (1008-km) National Trail around the tip of Britain. This volume features the section of the Path from Exmouth to Poole, a distance of 116 miles (186 km) along the Jurassic Coast, a designated World Heritage Site.
Following Natural England’s acorn waymarks, the route wends its way along the cliffs, past The Cobb at Lyme Regis and the impressive sweep of the Chesil Beach to Lulworth Cove and Studland Bay.
This complete, official guide for the long-distance walker or the weekend stroller has been fully revised and updated for 2016. It has also been completely re-designed, and features many more colour photographs and much more backgrpound information on local history and wildlife. It is less a guidebook than a complete companion for anyone visiting this part of the landscape.
National Trail Guides are the official guidebooks to the fifteen National Trails in England and Wales and are published in association with Natural England, the official body charged with developing and maintaining the Trails.
 
*  Messurier, Brian Le - South West Coast Path National Trail Guide - Falmouth to Exmouth: The official National Trail Guide, uitg.: Aurum Press (mei 2010), ISBN 9781845135645, paperback, 168 blz., €18,80
The South West Coast Path followsBritain’ s stunning coastline for 630 miles around the southern tip ofBritain. This volume covers the 172 miles of the National Trail along the south Cornwall and Devon coast from Falmouth to the mouth of the Exe. It takes in some of Britain’ s most popular beaches and resorts, as well as arresting clifftop scenery, romantic coves and the spectacular ‘ drowned’ estuaries of the Fal, the Yealm and the Dart. Whether you want golden sands, the steep streets of picturesque fishing villages, or a sight of the rare cirl bunting, this book is all you need as your guide to this wonderful walk.
This new edition has been fully revised and updated for 2010 and completely resdesigned to feature many more colour photographs and much added information on the history, wildlife and cultural asociations of the landscape this stretch of the Trail traverses.
National Trail Guides are the official guidebooks to the fifteen National Trails in England and Wales and are published in association with Natural England, the official body charged with developing and maintaining the Trails.
 
*  MACADAM, John - South West Coast Path National Trail Guide - Padstow to Falmouth: The official National Trail Guide, uitg.: Aurum Press (maart 2013), ISBN 9781781310625, paperback, 144 blz., formaat 130x210mm,  €18,80
This volume features the route from Padstow to Falmouth, a distance of 169 miles/270 km, hugging the coast right around Land's End and the Lizard via St Ives and Penzance.
The longest of Britain’s National Trails, the South West Coast Path follows the spectacular coastline for 630 miles around the southernmost tip of England from Somerset all the way to Dorset.This volume of the Official National Trail Guide, published in association with Walk Unlimited, features the second section of 169 miles (271 km), from Padstow in north Cornwall to Falmouth on the south coast.
From the surfing mecca of Newquay and St Ives’ s golden beaches it hugs the rugged clifftops round Land’ s End and the Lizard – as far west and south as it is possible to go in Britain – visiting serpentine harbours and craggy coves such as Cadgwith and Porthcurno with its dramatic open-air theatre. Besides truly wild sea-life like seals and fulmars, the Path offers the only chance anywhere in the country to see the delightful red-beaked chough.
Whether you're a holiday stroller or an experienced long-distance walker, this official guide contains everything you need to walk this well-loved path.
 
*  TARR, Roland - South West Coast Path National Trail Guide- Minehead to Padstow: The official National Trail Guide, uitg.: Aurum Press (mei 2016), ISBN 9781781315644 , paperback, 144 blz., formaat 130x210mm,  €19,90
The South West Coast Path is the spectacular 630-mile (1008-km) National Trail around the tip of Britain.
This volume features the section of the Path from Minehead to Padstow, a distance of 163 miles (262 km). It skirts the Exmoor National Park, taking in the precipitous harbour towns of Lynton, Lynmouth and Ilfracombe, before heading south-west into Cornwall along the surfers' coast via Westword Ho! and Arthurian Tintagel, to reach the gastronomic mecca of Padstow. Along the way there is the coastal path around Lundy Island, with its puffins, and other arresting wildlife from shearwaters to basking sharks.
This guide has been fully revised and updated for 2016, and completely resdesigned to feature many more colour photographs and much more information on local history, cultural associations and wildlife. It is not so much a walking guide as a complete companion to the landscape of the Path, whether you are a dedicated long-distance walker or a weekend stroller.
National Trail Guides are the official guidebooks to the fifteen National Trails in England and Wales and are published in association with Natural England, the official body charged with developing and maintaining the Trails.
 
*  MILLMORE, Paul - South Downs Way National Trail Guide: The official National Trail Guide, uitg.: Aurum Press (maart 2016), ISBN 9781781315637, paperback, 168 blz., formaat 130x210mm, €19,90
Whether you're an experienced long-distance walker or a weekend stroller, this is the only companion you need. The South Downs Way runs for 100 miles (160 km) over the chalk downland of Sussex and Hampshire, from Eastbourne to Winchester.
One of only two National Trails that can be used not only by walkers but also by cyclists and horse-riders for its entire length, this is the complete official guide to walking, cycling or riding the well-loved and popular South Downs.
The author:  Paul Millmore now works as a freelance conservation consultant. For more than 30 years he has been involved with the conservation of the special landscape of the South Downs, and he has successfully campaigned, with many others, for the whole area to be made a National Park.
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* CLAPHAMP, Phoebe - The Thames Path in the Country: National Trail Guide: The official National Trail Guide, uitg.: Aurum Press (mei 2016), ISBN 9781781315750, paperback, 168 blz., formaat 130x210mm,  €19,90
The official guide to the riverside path from its Gloucestershire source all the way to the outskirts of London.
With the London Thames now covered by Aurum’s separate new guide, a companion volume can concentrate on the appeal of the full 150 miles of the country Thames, which winds all the way from its Gloucestershire source near Cirencester to Hampton Court on the edge of the London conurbation.
This new edition has a wealth of new information about the many sights and places of interest along the way, from Wittenham Clumps that Paul Nash used to paint to Heston Blumenthal’s Fat Duck restaurant at Bray, as well as full walking tours of historic Oxford and Windsor & Eton. There are sections on Stanley Spencer at Cookham, and Cliveden and the Cliveden Set, as well as on handsome and interesting towns like Henley and Abingdon. There is also a new section on the wildlife and natural history of the Thames, and plenty of extra information on transport links to and from individual sections.
 
 
* CLAPHAMP, Phoebe - The Thames Path in London: National Trail Guide: The official National Trail Guide, uitg.: Aurum Press (mei 2018), ISBN 9781781317549, paperback, 168 blz., formaat 130x210mm, €19,90
From Hampton Court to Crayford Ness: 50 miles of historic riversidewalk. A must-have guide for any walker wanting to explore London. Includes colour photography and easy-to-use maps, packed withstories and tidbits.
Fully revised and updated.  This comprehensive guide to the London section of the Thames Path Trail Guide covers the route from Hampton Court in the east to the Thames Barrier in the west, with an extension into Crayford Ness.
From the Mesolithic Period timber piles near Vauxhall Bridge to the innovative Shard skyscraper at London Bridge, the long and remarkable history of London is revealed. Clapham covers all the folklore from the famous frost fairs to the much-lamented beach near Tower Bridge, not forgetting the poignant recent visit of a large whale to the centre of London.
The Thames winds all the way through London’s history and culture, from Henry VIII’s Hampton Court to the chequered fate of the Dome/O2. Accompanied by easy-to-read maps and colour photography, the London resident as much as the visiting tourist will find in this guide something new every step of the way.
 
*  GOWERS, Tony & Roger Ratcliffe - Yorkshire Wolds Way Trail Guide, uitg.: Aurum Press (aug.2016), ISBN 9781781315682, paperback, 144 blz., formaat 130x210mm, €19,90
The Yorkshire Wolds were brought to international attention in 2012 by David Hockney’s magnificent Royal Academy exhibition of paintings of the region. Now, Tony Gowers’ completely updated, expanded and re-designed National Trail Guide offers the essential companion to the forgotten but fascinating landscape through which this Trail runs.
The Trail runs from Hessle in the south, by the Humber Bridge, to Filey on the North Yorkshire coast, through the Wolds' secluded and special 'dry valleys', a succession of tranquil villages, and past cel;ebrated locations like Thixendale woods now immortalised in Hockney's vast and dazzling paintings.
As well as comprehensive route descriptions accompanied by OS 1:25,000 maps, the book features a Philip Larkin Trail around Hull, digressions to the handsome town of Beverley with its beautiful Minster, the Holderness region made famous by Winfred Holtby’s South Riding, the seabird colony at RSPB Bempton Cliffs, as well as circular walks to all of the principal locations of Hockney’s Wolds paintings. The result is a n essential purchase, not just for those walking the Trail, but for every visitor to the area.   
 
 
 
 
 
reisverhalen, -literatuur
 
*  BRYSON, Bill - De weg naar Little Dribbling: een reis door Groot-Brittannië, uitg.: Atlas Contact (6e ed.okt.2019), ISBN 9789046707340, paperback, 320 blz., €15,00
Bill Brysons kennis over Groot-Brittannië ontwikkelde zich van 'weet bijna niets', naar 'grondige vertrouwdheid', tot 'complete verbijstering: wat weet ik eigenlijk weinig'. Ineens realiseert Bryson zich namelijk dat hij in een land woont dat zich zo snel ontwikkelt dat het hem vreemd aandoet, een plek vol beroemdheden wier namen en talenten hij niet kan onderscheiden, acroniemen die hem moeten worden uitgelegd, gespreksonderwerpen die hij niet langer kan volgen. En precies op dat moment wordt Bryson opgeroepen om een test te doen voor het Brits staatsburgerschap.
Twintig jaar na zijn eerste kennismaking met Groot-Brittannië, dat hij uitgebreid heeft beschreven in Een klein eiland - een van de meest geliefde reisboeken van het afgelopen decennia - besluit hij tot een gloednieuwe reis om 'zijn' land te herontdekken. Wederom leidt dat tot hilarische anekdotes waarmee hij de typische kijk van de Engelsen op hun eiland schitterend tot uitdrukking weet te brengen.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
                    
 
 
 
landkaarten
 
deelkaarten:
 
AA: Fully updated, this map combines clear design and an easy-to-read scale with more road detail to ensure that you never lose your way. Including information on toll points, service areas, road numbers, motorways, dual carriageways and wide and narrow local roads. National Parks and places of interest are also highlighted including National Trust, English Heritage and Scottish and Welsh heritage sites. The map is presented in a practical slimline format, with a durable weatherproof cover for protection from the elements.
 
*  AA Road Maps, blad 1 West Country and South Wales 1:200.000, €9,90
*  AA Road Maps, blad 2 Central Southern England 1:200.000, €9,90
*  AA Road Maps, blad 3 South East England 1:200.000, €9,90
*  AA Road Maps, blad 4 East Anglia 1:200.000, €9,90
*  AA Road Maps, blad 5 Midlands and Central England 1:200.000, €9,90
*  AA Road Maps, blad 6 Wales 1:250.000, €9,90
*  AA Road Maps, blad 7 Northern England 1:200.000, €9,90
*  AA Road Maps, blad 8 North England & Scottish Borders 1:200.000, €9,90
 
*  OS Road Maps 1:250.000 blad 4, Northern England,   €9,95
*  OS Road Maps 1:250.000 blad 5, East Midlands & East Anglia including London,   €9,95
*  OS Road Maps 1:250.000 blad 6, Wales & West Midlands,   €9,95
*  OS Road Maps 1:250.000 blad 7, South West England & South Wales,   €9,95
*  OS Road Maps 1:250.000 blad 8, Southern England including London,   €9,95
 
 
 
 
              
 
 
regiokaarten:
 
De OS Tour Maps raken in snel tempo uitverkocht; deze kaartserie wordt voorlopig niet herdrukt.
 
*  OS Tour Maps 1:100.000 blad 1, Cornwall,  ISBN 9780319245187, €9,50
*  OS Tour Maps 1:110.000 blad 3, Lake District & Cumbria,  ISBN 9780319245224,  €9,50
*  OS Tour Maps 1:100.000 blad 4, Peak District & Derbyshire, ISBN 9780319245262, €9,50
*  OS Tour Maps 1:130.000 blad 5, Devon & Somerset West,  ISBN 9780319245195,  €9,50
*  OS Tour Maps 1:100.000 blad 8, The Cotswolds & Gloucestershire, ISBN 9780319245279, €9,50
*  OS Tour Maps 1:175.000 blad 10, North & Mid Wales,  ISBN 9780319245231, €9,50
*  OS Tour Maps 1:175.000 blad 11, South & Mid Wales, ISBN 9780319245248, €9,50
 
 
 
              
 
 
Ordnance Survey Landranger Maps 1:50.000 
1:50.000 topographical maps covering all of Great Britain (pink covers). Landranger maps are an all purpose map packed full of information to help you to get to know an area. Each maps contains tourist information, viewpoints and selected places of interest, along with rights of way information. Each map covers 40 km by 40 km (25 miles by 25 miles)
 
 
 
*  OS Landranger Maps 1:50.000 blad 70,  Ayr, Kilmarnock & Troon, ISBN 9780319261682, €11,90
*  OS Landranger Maps 1:50.000 blad 71,  Lanark & Upper Nithsdale, ISBN 9780319261699, €11,90
*  OS Landranger Maps 1:50.000 blad 72,  Upper Clyde Valley, ISBN 9780319261705, €11,90
*  OS Landranger Maps 1:50.000 blad 73,  Peebles, Galashiels, ISBN 9780319261712, €11,90
*  OS Landranger Maps 1:50.000 blad 74,  Kelso & Coldstream,  ISBN 9780319261729, €11,90
*  OS Landranger Maps 1:50.000 blad 75,  Berwick-Upon-Tweed & Surr., ISBN 9780319261736, €11,90
*  OS Landranger Maps 1:50.000 blad 76,  Girvan, Ballantrae, ISBN 9780319261743, €11,90
*  OS Landranger Maps 1:50.000 blad 77,  Dalmellington & N.Galloway, ISBN 9780319261750, €11,90
*  OS Landranger Maps 1:50.000 blad 78,  Nithsdale & Annandale, ISBN 9780319261767, €11,90
*  OS Landranger Maps 1:50.000 blad 79,  Hawick & Eskdale, ISBN 9780319261774, €11,90
*  OS Landranger Maps 1:50.000 blad 80,  Cheviot Hills & Kielder, ISBN 9780319229668, €11,90
*  OS Landranger Maps 1:50.000 blad 81,  Alnwick & Morpeth & Surr., ISBN 9780319228722, €11,90
*  OS Landranger Maps 1:50.000 blad 82,  Stranraer & Glenluce, ISBN 9780319229491, €11,90
*  OS Landranger Maps 1:50.000 blad 83,  Newton Stewart & Kirkcudb, ISBN 9780319229552, €11,90
*  OS Landranger Maps 1:50.000 blad 84,  Dumfries & Castle Douglas, ISBN 9780319229569, €11,90
*  OS Landranger Maps 1:50.000 blad 85,  Carlisle & Solway Firth, ISBN 9780319231579, €11,90
*  OS Landranger Maps 1:50.000 blad 86,  Haltwhistle & Brampton, ISBN 9780319231661, €11,90
*  OS Landranger Maps 1:50.000 blad 87,  Hexham & Haltwhistle, ISBN 9780319231678, €11,90
*  OS Landranger Maps 1:50.000 blad 88,  Newcastle upon Tyne, ISBN 9780319229989, €11,90
*  OS Landranger Maps 1:50.000 blad 89,  West Cumbria, Cockermouth, ISBN 9780319231500, €11,90
*  OS Landranger Maps 1:50.000 blad 90,  Penrith & Keswick, ISBN 9780319231517, €11,90
*  OS Landranger Maps 1:50.000 blad 91,  Appleby-In-Westmorland, ISBN 9780319231302, €11,90
*  OS Landranger Maps 1:50.000 blad 92,  Barnard Castle & Surr, ISBN 9780319228982, €11,90
*  OS Landranger Maps 1:50.000 blad 93,  Middlesbrough, Darlington, ISBN 9780319228777, €11,90
*  OS Landranger Maps 1:50.000 blad 94,  Whitby & Esk Dale, ISBN 9780319228999, €11,90
*  OS Landranger Maps 1:50.000 blad 95,  Isle Of Man, ISBN 9780319231708, €11,90
*  OS Landranger Maps 1:50.000 blad 96,  Barrow-In-Furness, ISBN 9780319231524, €11,90
*  OS Landranger Maps 1:50.000 blad 97,  Kendal & Morecambe, ISBN 9780319231531, €11,90
*  OS Landranger Maps 1:50.000 blad 98,  Wensleydale & Up.Wharfedale, ISBN 9780319231586, €11,90
*  OS Landranger Maps 1:50.000 blad 99,  Northallerton & Ripon, ISBN 9780319231593, €11,90
*  OS Landranger Maps 1:50.000 blad 100, Malton & Pickering, ISBN 9780319231203, €11,90
*  OS Landranger Maps 1:50.000 blad 101, Scarborough, Bridlington, ISBN 9780319229057, €11,90
*  OS Landranger Maps 1:50.000 blad 102, Preston & Blackpool, ISBN 9780319228289, €11,90
*  OS Landranger Maps 1:50.000 blad 103, Blackburn & Burnley, ISBN 9780319231548, €11,90
*  OS Landranger Maps 1:50.000 blad 104, Leeds & Bradford, ISBN 9780319231654, €11,90
*  OS Landranger Maps 1:50.000 blad 105, York & Selby, isbn, ISBN 9780319229453 €11,90
*  OS Landranger Maps 1:50.000 blad 106, Market Weighton & Surr., ISBN 9780319229521, €11,90
*  OS Landranger Maps 1:50.000 blad 107, Kingston Upon Hull & Surr., ISBN 9780319228388, €11,90
*  OS Landranger Maps 1:50.000 blad 108, Liverpool, Southport, ISBN 9780319228388, €11,90
*  OS Landranger Maps 1:50.000 blad 109, Manchester, Bolton, ISBN 9780319231555, €11,90
*  OS Landranger Maps 1:50.000 blad 110, Sheffield & Huddersfield, ISBN 9780319231876, €11,90
*  OS Landranger Maps 1:50.000 blad 111, Sheffield & Doncaster, ISBN 9780319227111, €11,90
*  OS Landranger Maps 1:50.000 blad 112, Scunthorpe & Gainsborough, ISBN 9780319229361, €11,90
*  OS Landranger Maps 1:50.000 blad 113, Grimsby, Louth, ISBN 9780319229415, €11,90
*  OS Landranger Maps 1:50.000 blad 114, Anglesey & Mon, ISBN 9780319231838, €11,90
*  OS Landranger Maps 1:50.000 blad 115, Snowdon & Surroundings, ISBN 9780319231845, €11,90
*  OS Landranger Maps 1:50.000 blad 116, Denbigh & Colwyn Bay, ISBN 9780319231883, €11,90
*  OS Landranger Maps 1:50.000 blad 117, Chester & Wrexham, ISBN 9780319231609, €11,90
*  OS Landranger Maps 1:50.000 blad 118, Stoke-On-Trent,Macclesfield, ISBN 9780319229064, €11,90
*  OS Landranger Maps 1:50.000 blad 119,  Buxton & Matlock & Dove Dale, ISBN 9780319231890, €11,90
*  OS Landranger Maps 1:50.000 blad 120,  Mansfield & Worksop, ISBN 9780319229378, €11,90
*  OS Landranger Maps 1:50.000 blad 121,  Lincoln & Newark-On-Trent, ISBN 9780319229422, €11,90
*  OS Landranger Maps 1:50.000 blad 122,  Skegness & Horncastle, ISBN 9780319229392, €11,90
*  OS Landranger Maps 1:50.000 blad 123,  Lleyn Peninsula, ISBN 9780319231852, €11,90
*  OS Landranger Maps 1:50.000 blad 124,  Porthmadog & Dolgellau, ISBN 9780319231869, €11,90
*  OS Landranger Maps 1:50.000 blad 125,  Bala & Lake Vyrnwy,Berwyn, ISBN 9780319229286, €11,90
*  OS Landranger Maps 1:50.000 blad 126,  Shrewsbury & Oswestry, ISBN 97803192231920, €11,90
*  OS Landranger Maps 1:50.000 blad 127,  Stafford & Telford, ISBN 9780319228517, €11,90
*  OS Landranger Maps 1:50.000 blad 128,  Derby & Burton Upon Trent, ISBN 9780319231616, €11,90
*  OS Landranger Maps 1:50.000 blad 129,  Nottingham & Loughborough, ISBN 9780319231623, €11,90
*  OS Landranger Maps 1:50.000 blad 130,  Grantham,Sleaford & Bourne, ISBN 9780319229293, €11,90
*  OS Landranger Maps 1:50.000 blad 131,  Boston & Spalding, ISBN 9780319229408, €11,90
*  OS Landranger Maps 1:50.000 blad 132,  North West Norfolk, ISBN 9780319231364, €11,90
*  OS Landranger Maps 1:50.000 blad 133,  North East Norfolk, ISBN 9780319231791, €11,90
*  OS Landranger Maps 1:50.000 blad 134,  Norwich & The Broads, ISBN 9780319231807, €11,90
*  OS Landranger Maps 1:50.000 blad 135,  Aberystwyth & Machynlleth, ISBN 9780319228944, €11,90
*  OS Landranger Maps 1:50.000 blad 136,  Newtown & Llanidloes, ISBN 9780319231050, €11,90
*  OS Landranger Maps 1:50.000 blad 137,  Church Stretton & Ludlow, ISBN 9780319229071, €11,90
*  OS Landranger Maps 1:50.000 blad 138,  Kidderminster & Wyre Forest, ISBN 9780319228340, €11,90
*  OS Landranger Maps 1:50.000 blad 139,  Birmingham & Wolverhampton, ISBN 9780319231753, €11,90
*  OS Landranger Maps 1:50.000 blad 140,  Leicester, Coventry, ISBN 9780319231760, €11,90
*  OS Landranger Maps 1:50.000 blad 141,  Kettering, Corby & Surr., ISBN 9780319229866, €11,90
*  OS Landranger Maps 1:50.000 blad 142,  Peterborough, Market D., ISBN 9780319229248, €11,90
*  OS Landranger Maps 1:50.000 blad 143,  Ely & Wisbech, Downham M., ISBN 9780319231319, €11,90
*  OS Landranger Maps 1:50.000 blad 144,  Thetford & Diss, ISBN 9780319229255, €11,90
*  OS Landranger Maps 1:50.000 blad 145,  Cardigan & Mynydd Preseli, ISBN 9780319231005, €11,90
*  OS Landranger Maps 1:50.000 blad 146,  Lampeter & Llandovery, ISBN 9780319229460, €11,90
*  OS Landranger Maps 1:50.000 blad 147,  Elan Valley & Builth Wells,  ISBN 9780319229477, €11,90
*  OS Landranger Maps 1:50.000 blad 148,  Presteigne & Hay-On-Wye,  ISBN 9780319229484, €11,90
*  OS Landranger Maps 1:50.000 blad 149,  Hereford & Leominster,  ISBN 9780319229538, €11,90
*  OS Landranger Maps 1:50.000 blad 150,  Worcester & The Malverns,  ISBN 9780319231777, €11,90
*  OS Landranger Maps 1:50.000 blad 151,  Stratford-Upon-Avon,  ISBN 9780319231784, €11,90
*  OS Landranger Maps 1:50.000 blad 152,  Northampton & Milton Keynes,  ISBN 9780319231715, €11,90
*  OS Landranger Maps 1:50.000 blad 153,  Bedford & Huntingdon,  ISBN 9780319231722, €11,90
*  OS Landranger Maps 1:50.000 blad 154,  Cambridge & Newmarket,  ISBN 9780319231739, €11,90
*  OS Landranger Maps 1:50.000 blad 155,  Bury St Edmunds, Sudbury,  ISBN 9780319229279, €11,90
*  OS Landranger Maps 1:50.000 blad 156,  Saxmundham, Aldeburgh,  ISBN 9780319231326, €11,90
*  OS Landranger Maps 1:50.000 blad 157,  St David's & Haverfordwest,  ISBN 9780319231036, €11,90
*  OS Landranger Maps 1:50.000 blad 158,  Tenby & Pembroke, ISBN 9780319231333, €11,90
*  OS Landranger Maps 1:50.000 blad 159,  Swansea & Gower,  ISBN 9780319231340, €11,90
*  OS Landranger Maps 1:50.000 blad 160,  Brecon Beacons,  ISBN 9780319231357, €11,90
*  OS Landranger Maps 1:50.000 blad 161,  Abergavenny & Black Mountains,  ISBN 9780319229873, €11,90
*  OS Landranger Maps 1:50.000 blad 162,  Gloucester & Forest Dean,  ISBN 9780319229118, €11,90
*  OS Landranger Maps 1:50.000 blad 163,  Cheltenham & Cirencester,  ISBN 9780319229125, €11,90
*  OS Landranger Maps 1:50.000 blad 164,  Oxford, Chipping Norton,  ISBN 9780319229132, €11,90
*  OS Landranger Maps 1:50.000 blad 165,  Aylesbury & Leighton Buzzard, ISBN 9780319229163, €11,90
*  OS Landranger Maps 1:50.000 blad 166,  Luton & Hertford, Hitchin,  ISBN 9780319229217, €11,90
*  OS Landranger Maps 1:50.000 blad 167,  Chelmsford, Harlow, ISBN 9780319228555, €11,90
*  OS Landranger Maps 1:50.000 blad 168,  Colchester, Halstead,  ISBN 9780319229224, €11,90
*  OS Landranger Maps 1:50.000 blad 169,  Ipswich & The Naze,  ISBN 9780319229231, €11,90
*  OS Landranger Maps 1:50.000 blad 170,  Vale Of Glamorgan,  ISBN 9780319229880, €11,90
*  OS Landranger Maps 1:50.000 blad 171,  Cardiff & Newport,  ISBN 9780319229033, €11,90
*  OS Landranger Maps 1:50.000 blad 172,  Bristol & Bath,  ISBN 9780319229149, €11,90
*  OS Landranger Maps 1:50.000 blad 173,  Swindon & Devizes,  ISBN 9780319231746, €11,90
*  OS Landranger Maps 1:50.000 blad 174,  Newbury & Wantage, ISBN 9780319228739, €11,90
*  OS Landranger Maps 1:50.000 blad 175,  Reading & Windsor,  ISBN 9780319229200, €11,90
*  OS Landranger Maps 1:50.000 blad 176,  West London, Rickmansworth,  ISBN 9780319229323, €11,90
*  OS Landranger Maps 1:50.000 blad 177,  East London, Billericay,  ISBN 9780319231937, €11,90
*  OS Landranger Maps 1:50.000 blad 178,  Thames Estuary, Rochester,  ISBN 9780319229675, €11,90
*  OS Landranger Maps 1:50.000 blad 179,  Canterbury & East Kent,  ISBN 9780319228784, €11,90
*  OS Landranger Maps 1:50.000 blad 180,  Barnstable & Illfracombe,  ISBN 9780319230008, €11,90
*  OS Landranger Maps 1:50.000 blad 181,  Minehead & Brendon Hills,  ISBN 9780319231814, €11,90
*  OS Landranger Maps 1:50.000 blad 182,  Weston-Super-Mare,  ISBN 9780319228609, €11,90
*  OS Landranger Maps 1:50.000 blad 183,  Yeovil & Frome,  ISBN 9780319228616, €11,90
*  OS Landranger Maps 1:50.000 blad 184,  Salisbury & The Plain, ISBN 9780319228623, €11,90
*  OS Landranger Maps 1:50.000 blad 185,  Winchester & Basingstoke, ISBN 9780319228845, €11,90
*  OS Landranger Maps 1:50.000 blad 186,  Aldershot & Guildford, ISBN 9780319231371, €11,90
*  OS Landranger Maps 1:50.000 blad 187,  Dorking, Reigate,  ISBN 9780319229545, €11,90
*  OS Landranger Maps 1:50.000 blad 188,  Maidstone & The Weald,  ISBN 9780319231944, €11,90
*  OS Landranger Maps 1:50.000 blad 189,  Ashford & Romney Marsh,  ISBN 9780319231159, €11,90
*  OS Landranger Maps 1:50.000 blad 190,  Bude & Clovelly & Surr.,  ISBN 9780319231459, €11,90
*  OS Landranger Maps 1:50.000 blad 191,  Okehampton & North Dartmoor, ISBN 9780319231821, €11,90
*  OS Landranger Maps 1:50.000 blad 192,  Exeter & Sidmouth,  ISBN 9780319231395, €11,90
*  OS Landranger Maps 1:50.000 blad 193,  Taunton & Lyme Regis, ISBN 9780319231401, €11,90
*  OS Landranger Maps 1:50.000 blad 194,  Dorchester, Weymouth, ISBN 9780319231906, €11,90
*  OS Landranger Maps 1:50.000 blad 195,  Bournemouth & Purbeck, ISBN  9780319231418, €11,90       
*  OS Landranger Maps 1:50.000 blad 196,  The Solent & Isle Of Wight, ISBN 9780319231425, €11,90       
*  OS Landranger Maps 1:50.000 blad 197,  Chichester & S. Downs, ISBN 9780319231166, €11,90
*  OS Landranger Maps 1:50.000 blad 198,  Brighton & Lewes, ISBN 9780319231432, €11,90
*  OS Landranger Maps 1:50.000 blad 199,  Eastbourne & Hastings, ISBN 9780319231449, €11,90
*  OS Landranger Maps 1:50.000 blad 200,  Newquay & Bodmin, ISBN 9780319229385, €11,90
*  OS Landranger Maps 1:50.000 blad 201,  Plymouth & Launceston, ISBN 9780319231463, €11,90
*  OS Landranger Maps 1:50.000 blad 202,  Torbay & South Dartmoor, ISBN 9780319231470, €11,90
*  OS Landranger Maps 1:50.000 blad 203,  Land's End & Isles Scilly, ISBN 9780319231487, €11,90
*  OS Landranger Maps 1:50.000 blad 204,  Truro & Falmouth, ISBN 9780319231494, €11,90
 
 
 
 
Ordnance Survey Explorer & Outdoor Leisure Maps 1:25.000
 
*  OS Explorer Maps 1:25.000 blad OL1,   The Peak District - Dark Peak Area, ISBN 9780319240670, €12,90
*  OS Explorer Maps 1:25.000 blad OL2,   Yorkshire Dales - South & West Area, ISBN 9780319240687, €12,90
*  OS Explorer Maps 1:25.000 blad OL4,   The English Lakes - North-western Area, ISBN 9780319240212, €12,90
*  OS Explorer Maps 1:25.000 blad OL5,   The English Lakes - North-eastern Area, ISBN 9780319240229, €12,90
*  OS Explorer Maps 1:25.000 blad OL6,   The English Lakes - South-western Area, ISBN 9780319240236, €12,90
*  OS Explorer Maps 1:25.000 blad OL7,   The English Lakes - South-eastern Area, ISBN 9780319240243, €12,90
*  OS Explorer Maps 1:25.000 blad OL9,   Exmoor, ISBN 9780319240083, €12,90
*  OS Explorer Maps 1:25.000 blad OL12,  Brecon Beacons National Park West, ISBN 9780319240533, €12,90
*  OS Explorer Maps 1:25.000 blad OL13,  Brecon Beacons National Park East, ISBN 9780319240540, €12,90
*  OS Explorer Maps 1:25.000 blad OL14,  Wye Valley & Forest of Dean, ISBN 9780319240953, €12,90
*  OS Explorer Maps 1:25.000 blad OL15,  Purbeck & Douth Dorset, ISBN 9780319241202, €12,90
*  OS Explorer Maps 1:25.000 blad OL16,  Cheviot Hills, ISBN 9780319240878, €12,90
*  OS Explorer Maps 1:25.000 blad OL17,  Snowdon - Conwy Valley, ISBN 9780319240090, €12,90
*  OS Explorer Maps 1:25.000 blad OL18,  Harlech, Porthmadog & Bala, ISBN 9780319240106, €12,90
*  OS Explorer Maps 1:25.000 blad OL19,  Howgill Fells & Upper Eden Valley, ISBN 9780319240113, €12,90
*  OS Explorer Maps 1:25.000 blad OL20,  South Devon, ISBN 9780319240588, €12,90
*  OS Explorer Maps 1:25.000 blad OL21,  South Pennines, ISBN 9780319240120, €12,90
*  OS Explorer Maps 1:25.000 blad OL22,  New Forest, ISBN 9780319241219, €12,90
*  OS Explorer Maps 1:25.000 blad OL23,  Cadair Idris & Llyn Tegid, ISBN 9780319240137, €12,90
*  OS Explorer Maps 1:25.000 blad OL24,  The Peak District - White Peak Area, ISBN 9780319241110, €12,90
*  OS Explorer Maps 1:25.000 blad OL26,  North York Moors - Western Area, ISBN 9780319240694, €12,90
*  OS Explorer Maps 1:25.000 blad OL27,  North York Moors - Eastern Area, ISBN 9780319240700, €12,90
*  OS Explorer Maps 1:25.000 blad OL28,  Dartmoor, ISBN 9780319240144, €12,90
*  OS Explorer Maps 1:25.000 blad OL29,  Isle of Wight, ISBN 9780319240151, €12,90
*  OS Explorer Maps 1:25.000 blad OL30,  Yorkshire Dales,  North & Central Areas, ISBN 9780319240557, €12,90
*  OS Explorer Maps 1:25.000 blad OL31,  North Pennines, Teesdale & Weardale, ISBN 9780319240397, €12,90
*  OS Explorer Maps 1:25.000 blad OL35,  North Pembrokeshire, ISBN 9780319240984, €12,90
*  OS Explorer Maps 1:25.000 blad OL36,  South Pembrokeshire, ISBN 9780319240991, €12,90
*  OS Explorer Maps 1:25.000 blad OL40,  The Broads, ISBN 9780319240861, €12,90
*  OS Explorer Maps 1:25.000 blad OL41,  Forest of Bowland & Ribblesdale, ISBN 9780319240717, €12,90
*  OS Explorer Maps 1:25.000 blad OL42,  Kielder Water & Forest - Bellingham Hills, ISBN 9780319238707, €12,90
*  OS Explorer Maps 1:25.000 blad OL43,  Hadrian's Wall, ISBN 9780319241097, €12,90
*  OS Explorer Maps 1:25.000 blad OL45,  The Cotswolds, ISBN 9780319241103, €12,90
 
 
               
 
 
Every part of England, Scotland and Wales - however remote - is covered by 403 maps specially designed for walkers, off-road cyclists, horse riders and all involved in outdoor activities.
 
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  101, Isles of Scilly, ISBN 9780319237021,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  102, Land's End, ISBN 9780319241165,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  103, Lizard (the), ISBN 9780319241172,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  104, Redruth, St Agnes, ISBN 9780319240342,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  105, Falmouth, Mevagissey, ISBN 9780319241189,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  106, Newquay, Padstow, ISBN 9780319240168  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  107, St Austell, Liskeard,  ISBN 9780319240175  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  108, Lower Tamar Valley, Plymouth, ISBN 9780319237090,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  109, Bodmin Moor, ISBN 9780319240472,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  110, Torquay, Dawlish, ISBN 9780319237106,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  111, Bude, Boscastle, Tintagel,  ISBN 9780319236963,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  112, Launceston, Holsworthy, ISBN 9780319237113,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  113, Okehampton, ISBN 9780319237120,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  114, Exeter, Exe Valley, ISBN 9780319237137,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  115, Exmouth, Sidmouth, ISBN 9780319237144,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  116, Lyme regis, Bridport, ISBN 9780319237151,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  117, Cerne Abbas, Bere Regis, ISBN 9780319241226,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  118, Shaftesbury, Cranborne Chase, ISBN 9780319241233,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  119, Meon Valley, Portsmouth, Gosport, ISBN 9780319241240,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  120, Chichester,  ISBN 9780319240793,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  121, Arundel, Pulborough,  ISBN 9780319240809,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  122, Brighton & Hove, ISBN 9780319240816,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  123, Eastbourne & Beachy Head, ISBN 9780319240823,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  124, Hastings, Bexhill, ISBN 9780319235713,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  125, Romney Marsh, Rye, Winchelsea, ISBN 9780319235645,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  126, Clovelly, Hartland, ISBN 9780319236970,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  127, South Molton, Chulmleigh, ISBN 9780319237168,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  128,  Taunton, Blackdown Hills,  ISBN 9780319240298,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  129,  Yeovil, Sherborne,  ISBN 9780319235980,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  130,  Salisbury, Stonehenge,  ISBN9780319240922,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  131,  Romsey, Andover, Test Valley,  ISBN 9780319240939,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  132,  Winchester,  ISBN 9780319240830,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  133,  Haslemere, Petersfield,  ISBN 9780319240847, €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  134,  Crawley, Horsham,  ISBN 9780319240854,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  135,  Ashdown Forest (greenw),  ISBN 9780319239254,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  136,  High Weald, Royal Tunbridge Wells, ISBN 9780319235614,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  137,  Ashford,  ISBN 9780319235621,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  138,  Dover, Folkstone, Hythe, ISBN 9780319240748,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  139,  Bideford, Ilfracombe, Barnstaple,  ISBN 9780319240182,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  140,  Quantock Hills, Bridgewater, ISBN 9780319240359,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  141,  Cheddar Gorge, Mendip Hills West, ISBN 9780319240199,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  142,  Shepton Mallet, Mendip Hills East,  ISBN 9780319236048,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  143,  Warminster, Trowbridge, ISBN 9780319236055,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  144,  Basingstoke, Alton, Whitchurch, ISBN 9780319236062,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  145,  Guildford, Farnham,  ISBN 9780319239261,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  146,  Dorking, Box Hill, Reigate,  ISBN 9780319240076,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  147,  Sevenoaks, Tonbridge, ISBN 9780319239278,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  148,  Maidstone, Medway Towns,  ISBN 9780319240489, €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  149,  Sittingbourne, Faversham, ISBN 9780319238684,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  150,  Canterbury, Isle of Thanet,  ISBN 9780319239285,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  151,  Cardiff, Bridgend, ISBN 9780319236253,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  152,  Newport, Pontypool,  ISBN 9780319240960,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  153,  Weston-super-Mare, Bleadon Hill,  ISBN 9780319237014,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  154,  Bristol West, Portishead, ISBN 9780319236277,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  155,  Bristol, Bath, ISBN 9780319239773,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  156,  Chippenham, Bradford-on-Avon, ISBN 9780319239438,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  157,  Marlborough, Savernake Forest, ISBN 9780319236116,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  158,  Newbury, Hungerford,  ISBN 9780319236123,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  159,  Reading,  ISBN 9780319237304, €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  160,  Windsor, Weybridge, Bracknell,  ISBN 9780319240755,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  161,  London South (Greenw.m),  ISBN 9780319237717,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  162,  Greenwich, Gravesend,  ISBN 9780319240564,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  163,  Gravesend, Rochester,  ISBN 9780319240571,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  164,  Gower, Gwyr,  ISBN 9780319236284,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  165,  Swansea, Abertawe,  ISBN 9780319236291,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  166,  Rhondda, Merthyr Tydfil,  ISBN 9780319240304,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  167,  Thornbury, Dursley, Yate,  ISBN 9780319237472,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  168,  Stroud, Tetbury, Malmesbury,  ISBN 9780319237489,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  169,  Cirencester, Swindon,  ISBN 9780319240762,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  170,  Abingdon, Vale White Horse,  ISBN 9780319240441,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  171,  Chiltern Hills West,  ISBN 9780319241127,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  172,  Chiltern Hills East,  ISBN 9780319237267,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  173,  London North,  ISBN 9780319237748,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  174,  Epping Forest, Lee Valley,  ISBN 9780319240779,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  175,  Southend-on-Sea, Basildon,  ISBN 9780319240410, €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  176,  Blackwater Estuary,  ISBN 9780319237793,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  177,  Carmarthen, Kidwelly,  ISBN 9780319236314,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  178,  Llanelli, Ammanford, Rhydaman,  ISBN 9780319236321,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  179,  Gloucester, Cheltenham, Stroud,  ISBN 9780319240458,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  180,  Oxford,  ISBN 9780319241134,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  181,  Chiltern Hills North,  ISBN 9780319241141,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  182,  St Albans, Hatfield,  ISBN 9780319237809,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  183,  Chelmsford, the Rodings,  ISBN 9780319237816, €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  184,  Colchester, Harwich, Clacton-on-Sea,  ISBN 9780319237823,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  185,  Newcastle Emlyn,  ISBN 9780319236338,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  186,  Llandeilo, Brechfa Forest,  ISBN 9780319236697,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  187,  Llandovery,  ISBN 9780319236345, €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  188,  Builth Wells, Llanfair-ym-Muallt,  ISBN 9780319240465,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  189,  Hereford & Ross-on-Wye,  ISBN 9780319240977,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  190,  Malvern Hills, Bredon Hill,  ISBN 9780319240496,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  191,  Banbury, Bicester, Chipping Norton,  ISBN 9780319237564, €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  192,  Buckingham, Milton Keynes,  ISBN 9780319237571,   €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  193,  Luton, Stevenage,  ISBN 9780319237830, €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  194,  Hertford, Bishop's Stortford, ISBN 9780319237847,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  195,  Braintree, Saffron Walden,  ISBN 9780319237854,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  196,  Sudbury, Hadleigh, Dedham Vale,  ISBN 9780319237861,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  197,  Ipswich, Felixstowe, Harwich,  ISBN 9780319237878,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  198,  Cardigan, New Quay,  ISBN 9780319236369,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  199,  Lampeter,  ISBN 9780319236376,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  200,  Llandrindod Wells, Elan Valley,  ISBN 9780319236383, €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  201,  Knighton, Presteigne,  ISBN 9780319237588,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  202,  Leominster, Bromyard,  ISBN 9780319237595,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  203,  Ludlow,  ISBN 9780319237601,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  204,  Worcester, Droitwich Spa,  ISBN 9780319237618,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  205,  Stratford-upon-Avon, Evesham,  ISBN 9780319237625,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  206,  Edge Hill, Fenny Compton,  ISBN 9780319237632,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  207,  Newport Pagnell, Northampton South,  ISBN 9780319237649,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  208,  Bedford, St Neots,  ISBN 9780319240427, €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  209,  Cambridge (greenw.m),  ISBN 9780319244029,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  210,  Newmarket, Haverhill, Barrow,  ISBN 9780319237908,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  211,  Bury St Edmunds, Stowmarket,  ISBN 9780319240519,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  212,  Woodbridge, Saxmundham ,  ISBN 9780319237922,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  213,  Aberystwyth, Cwm Rheidol,  ISBN 9780319236406,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  214,  Llanidloes, Newtown, Y Drenewydd, ISBN 9780319237205,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  215,  Newtown, Machynlleth,  ISBN 9780319236420,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  216,  Welshpool, Montgomery ,  ISBN 9780319237212,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  217,  Long Mynd, Wenlock Edge,  ISBN 9780319237656,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  218,  Kidderminster, Wyre Forest,  ISBN 9780319237663,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  219,  Wolverhampton, Dudley,  ISBN 9780319240250, €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  220,  Birmingham,  ISBN 9780319240274, €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  221,  Coventry, Warwick, ISBN 9780319237335, €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  222,  Rugby, Daventry, ISBN 9780319237342,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  223,  Northampton, Market Harborough,  ISBN 9780319237359, €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  224,  Corby/ Kettering, Wellingborough,  ISBN 9780319237366,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  225,  Huntingdon, St Ives, ISBN 9780319237939,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  226,  Ely, Newmarket, Mildenhall, Soham, ISBN 9780319238004,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  227,  Peterborough,March, Chatteris, ISBN 9780319238011, €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  228,  March, Ely, Chatteris, Littleport, ISBN 9780319238028, €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  229,  Thetford Forest in The Brecks,  ISBN 9780319238035,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  230,  Diss, Harleston, East Harling, ISBN 9780319238042, €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  231,  Southwold, Bungay, Kessingland, ISBN 9780319238059,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  232,  Nuneaton, Tamworth, ISBN 9780319237373, €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  233,  Leicester, Hinckley, ISBN 9780319237274, €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  234,  Rutland Water, Stamford, Oakham, ISBN 9780319238066, €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  235,  Wisbech, Peterborough North, ISBN 9780319238073, €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  236,  King's Lynn, Downham Market, ISBN 9780319238080,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  237,  Norwich, Wymondham, Watton, ISBN 9780319238097, €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  238,  Dereham, Aylesham, Reepham,  ISBN 9780319238103,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  239,  Lake Vyrnwy, Efyrnwy, ISBN 9780319236444, €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  240,  Oswestry, Croesoswallt,  ISBN 9780319237229,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  241,  Shrewsbury, ISBN 9780319237380,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  242,  Telford, Ironbridge, the Wrekin, ISBN 9780319237397,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  243,  Market Drayton, ISBN 9780319237403, €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  244,  Cannock Chase, Chasewater,  ISBN 9780319237410,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  245,  National Forest,  ISBN 9780319240281,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  246,  Loughborough,  ISBN 9780319237281,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  247,  Grantham, ISBN 9780319238332,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  248,  Bourne, Heckington, ISBN 9780319238110, €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  249,  Spalding, Holbeach, ISBN 9780319238127,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  250,  Norfolk Coast West,  ISBN 9780319240366,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  251,  Norfolk Coast Central,  ISBN 9780319240373,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  252,  Norfolk Coast East,  ISBN 9780319240380,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  253,  Lleyn Peninsula West,  ISBN 9780319236468,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  254,  Lleyn Peninsula East,  ISBN 9780319236475,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  255,  Llangollen, Berwyn,  ISBN 9780319237236,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  256,  Wrexham/  Wrecsam, Llangollen, ISBN 9780319237243, €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  257,  Crewe, Nantwich, ISBN 9780319237434,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  258,  Stoke-on-Trent, Newcastle-u-Lyme, ISBN 9780319237441, €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  259,  Derby, Utoxeter, ISBN 9780319237250, €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  260,  Nottingham, Vale of Belvoir, ISBN 9780319240311, €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  261,  Boston, ISBN 9780319238172, €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  262,  Anglesey West, ISBN 9780319236505,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  263,  Anglesey East, ISBN 9780319236512, €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  264,  Vale of Clwyd, Dyffryn Clwyd, ISBN 9780319236529, €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  265,  Clwydian Range, Bryniau Clwyd, ISBN 9780319240786, €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  266,  Wirral, Chester, Caer, ISBN 9780319236543, €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  267,  Northwich, Delamere Forest, ISBN 9780319235676,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  268,  Wilmslow, Macclesfield, Congleton, ISBN 9780319237458,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  269,  Chesterfield, Alfreton, ISBN 9780319241158,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  270,  Sherwood Forest, ISBN 9780319240403, €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  271,  Newark-on-Trent, ISBN 9780319238196,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  272,  Lincoln, ISBN 9780319238202, €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  273,  Lincolnshire Wolds South, ISBN 9780319238219,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  274,  Skegness, Alford, Spilsby, ISBN 9780319238226, €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  275,  Liverpool, ISBN 9780319235720,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  276,  Bolton, Wigan, Warrington, ISBN 9780319239292, €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  277,  Manchester, Salford, ISBN 9780319239308, €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  278,  Sheffield, Barnsley, ISBN 9780319240526,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  279,  Doncaster,  ISBN 9780319237991,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  280,  Isle of Axholme, ISBN 9780319237755, €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  281,  Ancholme Valley,  ISBN 9780319237762,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  282,  Lincolnshire Wolds North ,  ISBN 9780319238233,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  283,  Louth, Mablethorpe,  ISBN 9780319238240,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  284,  Grimsby, Cleethorpes, Immingham,  ISBN 9780319238257,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  285,  Southport, Chorley, ISBN 9780319235867,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  286,  Blackpool, Preston, ISBN 9780319235782,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  287,  West  Pennine Moors, ISBN 9780319240502, €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  288,  Bradford, Huddersfield,  ISBN 9780319237946, €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  289,  Leeds, Harrogate, Pontefract, ISBN 9780319238264, €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  290,  York, Selby, Tadcaster, ISBN 9780319238271, €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  291,  Goole, Gilberdyke, ISBN 9780319238288, €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  292,  Withernsea, Spurn Head, ISBN 9780319238295, €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  293,  Kingston upon Hull, Beverley,  ISBN 9780319238301,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  294,  Yorkshire Wolds Central, ISBN 9780319238318,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  295,  Bridlington, Driffield, Hornsea, ISBN 9780319238325, €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  296,  Lancaster, Morecambe, Fleetwood, ISBN 9780319235683, €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  297,  Lower Wharfedale, Washburn Valley, ISBN 9780319237953,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  298,  Nidderdale,  ISBN 9780319236659, €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  299,  Ripon, Boroughbridge, ISBN 9780319236758, €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  300,  Howardian Hills, Malton,  ISBN 9780319237960,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  301,  Scarborough, Flamborough, ISBN 9780319237977, €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  302,  Northallerton, Thirsk,  ISBN 9780319240724,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  303,  Whitehaven, Workington, ISBN 9780319240267, €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  304,  Darlington, Richmond, ISBN 9780319240434,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  305,  Bishop Auckland,  ISBN 9780319240731, €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  306,  Middlesbrough, ISBN 9780319239315,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  307,  Consett, Derwent reservoir,  ISBN 9780319236673, €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  308,  Durham, Sunderland, ISBN 9780319240205, €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  309,  Stranraer & The Rhins, ISBN 9780319238349, €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  310,  Glenluce, Kirkcowan, ISBN 9780319238356, €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  311,  Wigtown, Whithorn, The Machars,  ISBN 9780319238363, €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  312,  Kirkcudbright, Castle Douglas,  ISBN 9780319238370,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  313,  Dumfries, Dalbeattie,  ISBN 9780319238387,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  314,  Solway Firth, Wigton, Silloth,  ISBN 9780319238394,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  315,  Carlisle, Brampton, Longtown, Gretna Green, ISBN 9780319238400,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  316,  Newcastle upon Tyne, ISBN 9780319236840, €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  317,  Ballantrae, Barr, Barrhill,  ISBN 9780319238417, €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  318,  Galloway Forest Park North, ISBN 9780319238424,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  319,  Galloway Forest Park South, ISBN 9780319238431,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  320,  Castle douglas, Loch Ken, New Galloway,  ISBN 9780319238448,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  321,  Nithsdale, Dumfries, ISBN 9780319238455,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  322,  Annandale,  ISBN 9780319238462,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  323,  Eskdale, Castle O'er Forest,  ISBN 9780319240946,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  324,  Liddesdale, Kershope  Forest,  ISBN 9780319238486,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  325,  Morpeth, Blyth, ISBN 9780319240892, €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  326,  Ayr, Troon,  ISBN 9780319238561,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  327,  Cumnock, Dalmellington,  ISBN 9780319238493, €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  328,  Sanquhar, New Cumnock,  ISBN 9780319238509,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  329,  Lowther Hills, Sanquhar, Leadhills,  ISBN 9780319238516,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  330,  Moffat, St Mary's Loch, ISBN 9780319238523,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  331,  Teviotdale South,  ISBN 9780319238578,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  332,  Alnwick, Amble,  ISBN 9780319240908, €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  333,  Kilmarnock, Irvine,  ISBN 9780319238769,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  334,  East Kilbride, Galston, Darvel,  ISBN 9780319238806, €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  335,  Lanark, Tinto Hills, ISBN 9780319238813,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  336,  Biggar, Broughton,  ISBN 9780319238776, €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  337,  Peebles, Interleithen, ISBN 9780319238820,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  338,  Galashiels, Selkirk, Melrose, ISBN 9780319238837,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  339,  Kelso, Coldstream, Lower Tweed Valley,  ISBN 9780319238844, €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  340,  Holy Island, Bamburgh, ISBN 9780319240915,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  341,  Greenock, Largs, Millport, ISBN 9780319238714,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  342,  Glasgow, ISBN 9780319238721, €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  343,  Motherwell, Coatbridge,  ISBN 9780319238851,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  344,  Pentland Hills,  ISBN 9780319238738,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  345,  Lammermuir Hills, ISBN 9780319238530, €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  346,  Berwick-upon-Tweed, ISBN 9780319238868, €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  347,  Loch Lomond South, ISBN 9780319238745, €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  348,  Campsie Fells, ISBN 9780319238875,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  349,  Falkirk, Cumbernauld, Livingston,  ISBN 9780319238783,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  350,  Edinburgh, ISBN 9780319238547,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  351,  Dunbar, North Berwick, ISBN 9780319238554,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  352,  Islay South,  ISBN 9780319238585,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  353,  Islay North,  ISBN 9780319238592, €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  354,  Colonsay, Oronsay, ISBN 9780319238608, €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  355,  Jura, Scarba,  ISBN 9780319238615,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  356,  Kintyre South, ISBN 9780319238622, €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  357,  Kintyre North,  ISBN 9780319238639,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  358,  Lochgilphead, Knapdale North, ISBN 9780319238646,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  359,  Oban, Kerrera, Loch Melfort,  ISBN 9780319238882,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  360,  Loch awe, Inveraray,  ISBN 9780319238899,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  361,  Isle of Arran,  ISBN 9780319238752,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  362,  Cowal West, Isle of Bute,  ISBN 9780319238790,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  363,  Cowal East,  ISBN 9780319238905, €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  364,  Loch Lomond North, ISBN 9780319238912, €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  365,  The Trossachs, ISBN 9780319238929,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  366,  Stirling, Ochil Hills West, ISBN 9780319238936, €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  367,  Dunfermline, Kirkcaldy, Glenrothes South, ISBN 9780319239032,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  368,  Crieff, Comrie, Glen Artney, ISBN 9780319239049,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  369,  Perth, Kinross, ISBN 9780319239056,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  370,  Glenrothes North, Falkland & Lomond Hills,  ISBN 9780319239063, €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  371,  St Andrews, East Fife,  ISBN 9780319239070,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  372,  Coll, Tiree,  ISBN 9780319238943, €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  373,  Iona, Staffa, Ross of Mull,  ISBN 9780319238950,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  374,  Isle of Mull North, Tobermroy,  ISBN 9780319238967,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  375,  Isle of Mull East,  ISBN 9780319238974,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  376,  Oban, North Lorn, ISBN 9780319238981,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  377,  Loch Etive, Glen Orchy,  ISBN 9780319238998, €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  378,  Ben lawers, Glen Lyon, ISBN 9780319239001,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  379,  Dunkeld, Aberfeldy, Glen Almond, ISBN 9780319239087,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  380,  Dundee, Sidlaw Hills,  ISBN 9780319239094,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  381,  Blairgowrie, Kirriemuir, Glamis,  ISBN 9780319239100,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  382,  Arbroath, Montrose, Carnoustie, ISBN 9780319239117,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  383,  Morvern, Lochaline,  ISBN 9780319239018,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  384,  Glen Coe, Glen Etive,  ISBN 9780319239025, €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  385,  Rannoch Moor, Ben Alder,  ISBN 9780319239124,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  386,  Pitlochry, Loch Tummel,  ISBN 9780319239131,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  387,  Glen Shee, Braemar,  ISBN 9780319239230,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  388,  Lochnagar, Glen Muick, Glen Clova,  ISBN 9780319239247,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  389,  Forfar, Brechin, Edzell,  ISBN 9780319239148,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  390,  Ardnamurchan,  ISBN 9780319239155,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  391,  Ardgour, Strontian,  ISBN 9780319239162,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  392,  Ben Nevis, Fort William,  ISBN 9780319241196, €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  393,  Ben Alder, Loch Ericht, Loch Laggan, ISBN 9780319239186,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  394,  Atholl, Glen Tilt,  ISBN 9780319239193,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  395,  Glen Esk, Glen Tanar,  ISBN 9780319239209,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  396,  Stoneheaven, Inverbervie, Laurencekirk, ISBN 9780319239216,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  397,  Rum, Eigg, Muck, Canna, Sanday, ISBN 9780319239223, €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  398,  Loch Morar, Mallaig, ISBN 9780319239322,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  399,  Loch Arkaig,  ISBN 9780319239339,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  400,  Loch Lochy, Glen Roy,  ISBN 9780319239346, €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  401,  Loch Laggan, Creag  Meagaidh, ISBN 9780319239353,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  402,  Badenoch, Upper Strathspey, ISBN 9780319239360, €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  403,  Cairn Gorm, Aviemore,  ISBN 9780319239377, €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  404,  Braemar, Tomintoul, Glen Avon, ISBN 9780319239384,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  405,  Aboyne, Alford, Strathdon, ISBN 9780319239391,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  406,  Aberdeen, Banchory, ISBN 9780319239407, €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  407,  Skye, Dunvegan, ISBN 9780319239445, €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  408,  Skye, Trotternish, The Storr, ISBN 9780319239452,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  409,  Raasay, Rona, Scalpay, ISBN 9780319239469, €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  410,  Skye, Portree, Bracadale, ISBN 9780319239476,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  411,  Skye, Cuillin Hills, ISBN 9780319239483, €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  412,  Skye, Sleat,  ISBN 9780319239490, €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  413,  Knoydart, Loch Hourn, Loch Duich,  ISBN 9780319239506,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  414,  Glen Shiel, Kintail Forest, ISBN 9780319239414, €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  415,  Glen Affric, Glen Moriston, ISBN 9780319239421, €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  416,  Inverness, Loch Ness, Culloden, ISBN 9780319239513, €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  417,  Monadhliath Mountains North, Strathdearn, ISBN 9780319239520, €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  418,  Lochindorb, Grantown-on-Spey, Carrbridge, ISBN 9780319239537, €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  419,  Grantown-on-Spey, Hills of Cromdale, ISBN 9780319239544, €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  420,  Coreen Hills, Glenlivet, ISBN 9780319239551, €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  421,  Ellon, Inverurie, ISBN 9780319239568, €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  422,  Nairn, Cawdor, ISBN 9780319239575, €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  423,  Elgin, Forres, Lossiemouth, ISBN 9780319239582, €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  424,  Buckie, Keith, ISBN 9780319239599, €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  425,  Huntly, Cullen, ISBN 9780319239605, €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  426,  Banff, Macduff, Turriff, ISBN 9780319239612, €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  427,  Peterhead , Fraserburgh, ISBN 9780319239629,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  428,  Kyle of Lochalsh, Plockton, Applecross, ISBN 9780319239636,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  429,  Glen Carron, West Monar, ISBN 9780319239643, €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  430,  Loch Monar, Glen Cannich, Glen Strathfarrar, ISBN 9780319239650, €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  431,  Glen Urquhart, Strathglass, ISBN 9780319239667,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  432,  Black Isle, ISBN 9780319239674, €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  433,  Torridon Beinn Eighe, Liathach, ISBN 9780319239681, €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  434,  Gairloch, Loch Ewe, ISBN 9780319239698,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  435,  An Teallach, Slioch, ISBN 9780319239704, €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  436,  Beinn Dearg, Loch Fannich, ISBN 9780319239711,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  437,  Ben Wyvis, Strathpeffer, ISBN 9780319239728,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  438,  Dornoch, Tain,  ISBN 9780319239735,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  439,  Coigach, Summer Isles,  ISBN 9780319239742, €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  440,  Glen Cassley, Glen Oykel,  ISBN 9780319239759,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  441,  Lairg, Bonar Bridge, Golspie, ISBN 9780319239766, €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  442,  Assynt, Lochinver, ISBN 9780319239780, €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  443,  Ben Kilbreck, Ben Armine, ISBN 9780319239797,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  444,  Helmsdale, Strath of Kildonan, ISBN 9780319239803,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  445,  Foinaven, Arkle, Kylesku, Scourie, ISBN 9780319239810,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  446,  Durness, Cape Wrath, ISBN 9780319239827, €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  447,  Ben hope, Ben Loyal, Kyle of Tongue, ISBN 9780319239834,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  448,  Strath Naver, Strath Nabhair, Loch Loyal, ISBN 9780319239841, €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  449,  Strath Halladale, Strathy Point, ISBN 9780319239858, €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  450,  Wick, The Flow Country,  ISBN 9780319239865, €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  451,  Thurso, John O'Groats,  ISBN 9780319239872,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  452,  Barra, Vatersay, ISBN 9780319239889, €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  453,  Benbecula, South Uist, ISBN 9780319239896, €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  454,  North Uist, Berneray,  ISBN 9780319239902, €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  455,  South Harris,  ISBN 9780319239919, €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  456,  North Harris, Loch Seaforth, ISBN 9780319239926,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  457,  South East Lewis, ISBN 9780319239933,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  458,  West Lewis, ISBN 9780319239940, €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  459,  Central Lewis, Stornoway, ISBN 9780319239957, €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  460,  North Lewis, ISBN 9780319239964, €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  461,  Orkney, East Mainland, ISBN 9780319239971, €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  462,  Orkney, Hoy, South Walls, Flotta, ISBN 9780319239988,  €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  463,  Orkney, West Mainland, ISBN 9780319239995, €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  464,  Orkney/ Westray, Wyre, ISBN 9780319240007, €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  465,  Orkney, Sanday, Eday, North Ronaldsay, Stronsay, ISBN 9780319240014, €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  466,  Shetland, Mainland South,  ISBN 9780319240021, €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  467,  Shetland, Mainland Central,  ISBN 9780319240038, €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  468,  Shetland, Mainland North East,  ISBN 9780319240045, €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  469,  Shetland, Mainland North West, ISBN 9780319240052, €11,30
*  OS Explorer Maps   1:25.000 blad  470,  Shetland, Unst, Yell, Fetlar, ISBN 9780319240069, €11,30
 
 
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*  Marco Polo City Maps: London, ISBN 9783829759137, €8,90
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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vlag van het Verenigd Koninkrijk
 
kaart van het Verenigd Koninkrijk (United Kingdom), Groot-Brittannië en Noord-Ierland
 
 
 
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Isles of Scilly
 
 
Het Verenigd Koninkrijk van Groot-Brittannië en Noord-Ierland is verdeeld in 4 gebieden.
 
Het Verenigd Koninkrijk is gelegen op twee eilanden.
 
Het eiland Groot-Brittannië omvat:
1. Engeland in het zuiden (50.714.000 inwoners);
2. Schotland in het noorden (5.108.000 inwoners);
3. Wales in het westen (2.977.000 inwoners);
 
het noordoostelijk deel van het Ierse eiland vormt:
4. Noord-Ierland (1.733.000 inwoners).
 
Ook een aantal kleinere eilanden hoort bij het koninkrijk: het eiland Wight (Isle of Wight, aan de zuidkant van Engeland), Lundy (tussen Devon en Wales), de Scilly-eilanden (ten zuidwesten van Engeland), Anglesey (aan de noordwestkant van Wales) en de eilandengroepen bij Schotland, waaronder de Hebriden, de Orcaden of Orkney-eilanden en de Shetlandeilanden.
 
Het eiland Man (Isle of Man) en de Kanaaleilanden (Channel Islands, waaronder Jersey, Guernsey, Herm, Alderney en Sark) horen hier in geografisch opzicht wel bij, maar zij horen formeel staatkundig niet tot het Verenigd Koninkrijk; zij hebben een aparte status als zogenaamde Dependencies of the Crown (onderhorig aan de Kroon). Ook maken ze geen deel uit van de Europese Unie, dit in tegenstelling tot het Verenigd Koninkrijk.
 
Overzeese gebiedsdelen:
Anguilla
Bermuda
Brits Antarctisch Territorium
Britse Maagdeneilanden
Brits Territorium in de Indische Oceaan
Kaaimaneilanden
Falklandeilanden
Gibraltar
Montserrat
Pitcairneilanden
Sint-Helena
Sovereign Base Areas of Akrotiri and Dhekelia (op Cyprus)
Turks- en Caicoseilanden
Zuid-Georgië en de Zuidelijke Sandwicheilanden
 
 
Wales, het eiland Anglesey
Op Anglesey ligt de stad met de langste plaatsnaam van Europa: Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerych wyrndrobwllllantysiliogogogoch.
Dit is Welsh voor "De kerk van Maria in de laagte van de witte hazelaar nabij de hevige draaikolk en de kerk van Tysilio bij de rode grot". Deze plaatsnaam is zó lang dat hij in atlassen, op wegenkaarten en dergelijke vaak niet volledig afgedrukt wordt.
 
 
 
* SMITH, Zadie - Swing Time, uitg.: Prometheus (5e ed.2019), ISBN 9789044636796, paperback, 446 blz., €12,99
Twee vriendinnen uit een arme wijk in Noord-Londen dromen ervan danseres te worden. Maar slechts een van hen heeft talent. Het andere meisje moet haar droom prijsgeven, maar zal zijdelings in de wereld van de dans blijven als persoonlijk assistente van een wereldberoemde popster – een bestaan vol glamour, maar altijd de glamour van anderen. De moeilijke relatie met haar moeder confronteert haar bovendien met allerlei vragen over haar afkomst.
Wat hebben muziek, dans en persoonlijke ambitie met elkaar te maken? In hoeverre val je samen met de geschiedenis van je voorouders? En wanneer is een mens eigenlijk vrij?
De hechte maar ingewikkelde vriendschap tussen deze meisjes eindigt abrupt als ze begin twintig zijn, maar ze blijven elkaars leven op afstand bepalen.
Swing Time is een oogverblindend, energiek en hartverwarmend verhaal over vriendschap, muziek en afkomst en hoe al deze dingen bepalen wie we zijn. Deze roman, die beweegt tussen de contrasterende decors van Noordwest-Londen en West-Afrika, is een exuberante dans op de muziek van de tijd.
 
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