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New UK Guidebooks Offer Adventures and Art

Updated: May 29

We are excited to share our three newest guidebooks to the UK, which take you in search of secrets and stories in Chichester/West Sussex and Cornwall in the South of England, and up to London for an art tour extraordinaire!

111 Places in Chichester and West Sussex That You Shouldn't Miss

Mixing Roman and medieval roots, Chichester sits as the heart of a storied landscape, where South Down hills dotted with idyllic hamlets ripple back from a shoreline, mixing wild, dune-backed beaches with old-school seaside resorts. Reminders of smuggling and war add to the intrigue. A thrilling thread of modernity runs through this slice of West Sussex, alongside ancient memorials. It’s a land vibrant with poets, painters, and composers. (Published on June 10, 2024 - available for pre-order.)


111 Places in Cornwall That You Shouldn't Miss

Cornwall is known for its spectacular scenery, tiny fishing harbours, sandy beaches and surfing. Outside the tourist hotspots it has an intricate landscape full of life, where the ancient meets the modern. This guide takes you on a journey of discovery to find old, forgotten places and new, exciting venues. Trace the region's mining heritage, visit its ancient ruins, and enjoy its delicious foods.


111 Hidden Art Treasures in London That You Shou

If you've been to London's finest museums, this new guidebook takes you to find wonderful works of art in places you'd never expect, like churches, gardens, graveyards, pubs, and back streets. And there are marvels hiding in plain view - the back corner of a museum containing great sculptures by Rodin, or the naked, street-corner, golden boy, who marks where the Great Fire of London finally petered out. A famous literary cat or a painting by Hogarth on the bend of a stairs in an ancient hospital.


These and all the guides in the 111 Places series are available online and in bookstores and boutiques – wherever books are sold!





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