A walking guide to this historic London neighbourhood, uncovering its countercultural roots.
A delightful English/Japanese pocket-size guide to London's most popular district. Through four walks London writer Julian Mash uncovers the history, culture and fascinating characters that have made Notting Hill so iconic. Beautifully laid out including several photographic images and four hand-drawn maps, the guide will appeal to both tourists and residents alike.
Good sales potential to tourists visiting this hugely popular area of London. Appeals to residents as it uncovers the lesser-known Notting Hill. Stylish pocket-size guide illustrated with hand drawn maps and photographs. Taps into the burgeoning interest in literary walks and psychogeography made popular by writers such as Ian Nairn, Iain Sinclair, Matthew Beaumont
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