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Travels Beyond Outlander: A Scotland Travel Guide

by David Stewart White

It’s time to get ready for Scotland.Many fans of the Outlander novels and television series long to explore Scotland. Travels Beyond Outlander is a starting point for that journey. Whether you are an armchair traveler or a set-jetter, this book is an independent guide to experiencing some of the most memorable places in a country filled with castles, kirks, lochs, mountains, and adventure.The special places included here are not simply a top ten list or a best of Scotland guide. There are just too many sights to pretend any one book can serve up every location worth a visit. Instead, Travels Beyond Outlander is a Scottish sampler of wonderful places to help focus your travel dreams. We have included a handful of film locations from the STARZ Outlander series and some special places related to Diana Gabaldon’s Outlander novels. But just as important, we explore some amazing Scottish destinations that are beyond Outlander. For although it may be Outlander that draws you to Scotland, once you arrive you will discover a country where you can make your own stories and create a personal travel experience. Travels Beyond Outlander is an experiential guidebook including more than 70 special places in Scotland, with over 120 beautiful color photos, firsthand descriptions, bits of history and local legends.Written by the authors of Beyond Downton Abbey, Let’s Take the Kids to London, and Portugal – A Tale of Small Cities travel guidebooks.

Genre: Nonfiction, Travel, Continental Europe, United Kingdom
Size: 139 pages
Free download for Kindle from 23 February 2020 onward  

Rating: 5.00 / 5
1 review

A Year to Remember: A young American family in England

by Gil Stewart

It was late spring, 1972. The Stewart family’s world was in turmoil---a chaos of passport applications, airline reservations, and packing crates. The six of us were making ready for a a journey into the unknown. Gil was at it again. At the tender age of 35 he was on schedule for his third mid-life crisis in five years.

For some inexplicable reason Gil had concluded he was meant to be a writer. Now, having decided on a suitable locale in which to work, he was prepared to move his thoroughly confused family to England so he could pursue his career as a novelist.

Genre: Nonfiction, Travel, Continental Europe, United Kingdom
Size: 256 pages
Free download for Kindle from 22 February 2020 onward  

Glastonbury Festival 2016: The Guidebook

by Thom Barr

Where’s the best place to camp? What are the toilets like? How to find out about secret bands and bars? Is it really that muddy? – ‘Glastonbury Festival 2016: The Guidebook‘ is the essential unofficial guidebook to Britain’s biggest and best music festival, packed full of essential insider information in one handy book!

Sections include:

Top 10 Very Frequently Asked Questions about Glastonbury
Tickets – including details on the May secret resale!
Planning & Practicalities – find out what size tent to buy, how to charge your phone and what the toilets are like
Travel – find out when’s the best time to arrive by car and how to arrive by train, coach and even helicopter!
Campsites – EVERY campsite inside the festival is reviewed so you can ensure you get your perfect spot!
Exploring the Festival – find out about all the stages and sights to discover at Glastonbury!
Line-Up – including full stage listing and set times!
Food and Drink – find out the best places to eat and how much it costs

Genre: Arts & Photography, Music, Nonfiction, Travel, Continental Europe, United Kingdom
Size: 197 pages
Free download for Kindle from 22 February 2020 onward  

Great Britain: 4 Books - Places You Need To Visit in Great Britain, London, Manchester & Birmingham (Great Britain, London, Birmingham, Glasgow, Liverpool, Bristol, Manchester Book 2)

by Writing Souls' Travel Guides

★ ★ ★ This Book is FREE – for Kindle Unlimited Users ★ ★ ★Great Britain: 4 Books - Places You NEED To Visit in Great Britain, London, Manchester & BirminghamThis book is packed with 4 individual books: •Great Britain: Cities, Sights & Other Places You Need To Visit •London: Cities, Sights & Other Places You Need To Visit •Manchester: Cities, Sights & Other Places You Need To Visit •Birmingham: Cities, Sights And Other Places You Need To VisitThe kingdom of Great Britain is one of the most powerful countries in the world. Comprising of four Nations, it is without a second thought, the most popular country to spend your holidays with your loved ones. Right from the great food of different cultures to various exotic and thrilling tourist spots this is the dream destination for the majority of the people all around the world.London is part of Great Britain. This city has a great diversity of culture and modernity which makes this place a must visit for each and everyone at least once in their lifetime. Situated in the North Western region of Europe, the United Kingdom gives you the birthplace of some of the most renowned personalities ever born in this world.Manchester is part of Great Britain. This country has a great diversity of culture and modernity which makes this place a must visit for each and everyone at least once in their lifetime. Situated in the North Western region of Europe, the United Kingdom gives you the birthplace of some of the most renowned personalities ever born in this world.Birmingham part of Great Britain. Right from the great food of different cultures to various exotic and thrilling tourist spots, this is the dream destination for the majority of the people all around the world. Situated in the North Western region of Europe, the United Kingdom gives you the birthplace of some of the most renowned personalities ever born in this world.So without delay check out this fascinating nation and explore the several amazing landmarks, natural scenery, museums and other places of sightseeing with your family and friends. Have a great trip!In this book, you will find all the information you're looking for about: When you download Great Britain: 4 Books - Places You Need To Visit in Great Britain, London, Manchester & Birmingham you will be well prepared to visit the country of your dreams! Buy this book today!Would you like to start today? If you do, just scroll up and hit the BUY button. Enjoy!

Genre: Travel, Continental Europe, United Kingdom
Size: 187 pages
Free download for Kindle from 19 February 2020 onward  

LONDON FOR TRAVELERS. The total guide: The comprehensive traveling guide for all your traveling needs.

by THE TOTAL TRAVEL GUIDE COMPANY

The Best and Most Unique London Travel Guide The capital city of both England and the United Kingdom is the world's most-visited city as measured by international arrivals. And how could it not be? London is a city of ideas and imagination, bringing constant innovations of art and culture. London’s diverse cultural dynamism makes it quite possibly the world’s most international city, while still being somehow intrinsically British. With over 300 spoken languages, no wonder it’s considered as one of the world's leading "global cities". Let this book guide you to the many places that you must see in London to not let your once in a lifetime trip go to waste. This book is filled with suggested places to stay, from budget to luxurious, places to visit, local cuisines to try, and places to shop. All these suggested itineraries have been experienced first-hand and are all highly recommended to tourists. Experience a whole new world when you come and visit London. In this total guide you will find: - Areas covered: History lessons/Best museums/Surfing/Adventure land off road trips/Wildlife spotting/ London neighborhood/Medical Tourism/Learn English in London /Cooking and drinking/ Accommodation/Staying safe/Music/Festivities - General Information of each area - Area Transportation (how to get around i.e. car, bus, taxi, train, bicycle, rickshaw, etc. and how much it would cost) - Sightseeing (Best Sights to See, Off the Beaten Path) - Best Shopping (where are the major shopping districts and what they are known for) - Bargain Alternatives (where the locals shop to avoid the high tourist crowds) - Things to Do (recreation outdoor, indoor, events and festivals) - Local Food Specialties - Farmer's and Fish (Meat) Markets (Locations, dates and times of various markets) - Language, Political and Etiquette Considerations (What the average tourist should know and how to get along with the locals. Type of currency used and types of places that exchange currency) - Seasonal Considerations (Typical high and low temperatures, if there is a rainy season, if it snows, floods or is known for "heavy weather) - Comfort Services (Massage, hair and nail salons, spas, etc.) - Essential Services (Embassy locations, medical facilities, law enforcement, etc.) - Area specific discounts and coupons.So, download now this total guide and start traveling as you read! .

Genre: Nonfiction, Travel, Continental Europe, United Kingdom
Size: 138 pages
Free download for Kindle from 18 February 2020 onward  

Rating: 5.00 / 5
5 reviews

A Squatter in London

by Irene Pylypec

Genre: Biography & True Accounts, Memoirs, Nonfiction, Travel, Continental Europe, United Kingdom
Size: 236 pages
Free download for Kindle from 13 February 2020 onward  

Rating: 4.60 / 5
5 reviews

Wee Glesca 2015 - My Pocket Guide to Glasgow: Early 2015 Edition from a Glasgow Insider

by Scott C. Docherty

what is it?Wee Glesca, My Pocket Guide to Glasgow, is the only Glasgow guide you'll ever need! It's written by Scott C. Docherty, owner of the Top Ten Glasgow Guide, but more importantly, a guy who lives in Glasgow and loves telling others about its delights.what's not in it?There's a few reasons why this guide, written by someone who doesn't work for the tourist industry, differs from the others you'll come across. Unlike most glossy travel guides on the City, in Wee Glesca you will not find:A lengthy history of the City you could find online in a heartbeat if you were really interested;Pointless climate details and weather trends. When it boils down to it, you get here, you look out the window, you dress appropriately. Enough said!Fancy pictures taken by professionals, designed to make the place look fantastic (which it really is), but which just increase the size of the book when all you really need is the right information;Travel writer verbal diarrhoea, with flowery language most Glaswegians would just find totally ridiculous;Cool looking maps you can't follow. Future editions may include a map or two, but for the most part you would be better served getting a guide like this and a proper fold-up map;Endless lists of hotels. Let's be honest, before you travel here you'll likely find a place to stay, so why would you want your guidebook you take with you stuffed with hotels, telling you where else you could've stayed?what is in it?Well, pretty much all you need to squeeze the most out of your visit here. Top ten lists of:Arts & history attractions, shopping hotspots, music venues, theatres, restaurants, festivals and more;Telephone numbers, addresses, opening times, & links to websites, Twitter feeds and Facebook pages;Bang up to date information. Most guides are fairly out of date, this one isn't!Information from a real insider, a local, a dude who lives here and sees with his own eyes how best to experience Glasgow day in day out;Everything nicely drilled down and packaged so you can print off or bookmark what you need.so what are you waiting for?Share Scott's passion for his home town and find out how to enjoy Glasgow in a way only locals know how! And if you like his little guide, please feel free to leave a review here to help spread the word, and many thanks for doing so.

Genre: Nonfiction, Travel, Continental Europe, United Kingdom
Size: 146 pages
Free download for Kindle from 13 February 2020 onward  

Rating: 5.00 / 5
5 reviews

Glasgow A Photographic Glimpse (Places To Visit Book 4)

by Felicity McCullough

Glasgow, A Photographic Glimpse is written to guide those who are passionate to visit and learn about Glasgow in Scotland. This photographic glimpse shows the sights and scenes, buildings and places of interest, mostly in a portrait format orientation. The book is designed as a visual guide for those who intend to visit Glasgow and how you could explore to discover its many unique and noteworthy visitor attractions. It is hoped you will find the visual images stimulating. This is the fourth book in the series, ‘Places to Visit’.

Genre: Arts & Photography, Photography, Children's eBooks, Nonfiction, Travel, Continental Europe, United Kingdom
Size: 378 pages
Free download for Kindle from 03 February 2020 onward  

A Guide to Devon and Devon's World (Devon and Cornwall Travel Guides Book 1)

by Peter Beasley

Are you fed up with conventional travel guides that promise you everything but tell you nothing? A Guide to Devon and Devon’s World aims to provide you with insight into the region, as well as its connections to other parts of the world. Focusing on the notable and notorious, the guide tells the stories of the famous individuals who lived, played, and wrote in the county. This book gives you the insights into the parts of Devon that traditional guides do not have, as well as the corners of the globe where Devonians have left their mark.

Genre: Nonfiction, Travel, Continental Europe, United Kingdom
Size: 143 pages
Free download for Kindle from 01 February 2020 onward  

Rating: 4.00 / 5
4 reviews

Glasgow Landscapes A Photographic Glimpse (Places To Visit Book 3)

by Felicity McCullough

Glasgow, A Photographic Glimpse is written to guide those who are passionate to visit and learn about Glasgow in Scotland. This photographic glimpse shows the sights and scenes, buildings and places of interest. The book is designed as a visual guide for those who intend to visit Glasgow and how you could explore to discover its many unique and noteworthy visitor attractions. It is hoped you will find the visual images stimulating. This is the third book in the series, ‘Places to Visit’.

Genre: Arts & Photography, Photography, Children's eBooks, Nonfiction, Travel, Continental Europe, United Kingdom
Size: 286 pages
Free download for Kindle from 30 January 2020 onward  

Rating: 3.00 / 5
1 review

History of the House of Hanover

by C. J. B. Gaskoin

Genre: History, Travel, Continental Europe, United Kingdom
Size: 217 pages
Free download for Kindle from 29 January 2020 onward  

Super Cheap London: Insider Travel Guide 2019: Enjoy a $1,000 trip to London for $120 (Super Cheap Insider Guides)

by Phil G Tang

GET THIS GUIDE TO TICK LONDON OFF YOUR BUCKET LIST FOR $120Lonely Planet advises 'budget' travellers to pay £85 per day to visit London. This guide will show you how to comfortably enjoy everything London has to offer for $40 a day. Super Cheap London is a travel guide for people seeking cold-hard facts to enjoy the biggest London adventure on the smallest budget. Choose from city adventures, tons of free attractions or mix it up with our nature suggestions. Either way, our plans and London's fascinating history will blow your mind, not your budget. ✔ Cheapest flight route from America and Europe to London (review this guide honestly and I'll find you the cheapest direct flight - save hundreds with my flight hacking skills)✔ Tips on planning your trip on a budget including how to get the lowest prices at London's markets✔ Review of a great Free Walking Tour✔  The cheapest place to stay (this may surprise you)✔  Fashion and thrift shopping hacks and a free fashion consultation ✔ The best open-top bus tour for £10✔ Must-see and cheap hacks to see and do all the sights for free or super cheap✔ The cheapest route form the airport to the city✔ Advice on getting around cheaply✔ Must-try street foods and where to try them✔ Tons of cheap delicious eats✔ Practical tips and insights✔ Local Facebook groups to join for deals and insights✔ Checklist of things to remember to save money✔ Discount supermarkets✔ Cheapest onwards destinations  ✔Bonus: Thousands of general travel hacks to save you money before travellingGO TO ONE BOOKInstead of trawling 100s of sites to find everything you need for a happy trip minus the scams and crowds you can grab a copy of Super Cheap London for free (if you have kindle unlimited) or for a low price of $4,99. You can't google for the tips in here. OK, maybe you could but you’d have to read 100’s of sites. Save yourself the time and hassle. Enjoy everything London has to over without the ascribed £85 a day.Super Cheap GuidesSpend a little and enjoy a lot with Super Cheap Guides written by real travellers in collaboration with thrifty locals. About me Having travelled across the globe for 18 years extremely cheaply, without commonly used (and in my opinion annoying) hacks like couchsurfing or hitchhiking. I have built up an extensive knowledge of budget travel worldwide. I love sharing travel bargains - as you will see from my guides written in collaboration with friends I met travelling. PLUS CHEAP FLIGHTAnd if you honestly review this book I'll use my flight hacking skills to find you the cheapest most direct flight for any route and dates you send me. One per review.

Genre: Travel, United Kingdom
Size: 107 pages
Free download for Kindle from 29 January 2020 onward  

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