London A-z (Street Atlas) (英語) ペーパーバック – 2006/10/30
Kindle 端末は必要ありません。無料 Kindle アプリのいずれかをダウンロードすると、スマートフォン、タブレットPCで Kindle 本をお読みいただけます。
Amazon.com: 46 件のカスタマーレビュー
Timothy N. dePlume
The best of them all for our trip to London
2010年5月2日 - (Amazon.com)
By the time we left for a one-week trip to London this spring, we had five or six fold-out maps and map guides of the City. After the first day, this was the only one we needed or used. It begins with a grid of the city keyed to map pages. For the center of the city there are about a dozen larger-scale map pages. There are excellent maps of the Underground, rail lines, an index showing all transportation stations, a map of all west end theaters, a complete index of all street names and major sites, all keyed to map pages. It got us from Heathrow to all the main sites in the city, to various markets and neighborhoods further out. We got the spiral-bound version because it can be opened flat and kept open to a particular page. It worked for us perfectly. The other maps either didn't cover the entire city or were in such tiny scale they omitted important details or didn't include street indexes. Yes, it does include a lot more detail than anyone will need for a single visit, in the same way you won't use all 2,000 pages of your phone book. But you probably won't know which of the 400 pages you'll need until you get there and chart your course. It's not too bulky or heavy at all. It weighs perhaps a pound or two; it's designed to be carried. I see no reason why anyone who is accustomed to reading maps would find it complicated. My 17-year-old daughter figured it out quickly. I wish this publisher would consider publishing similar street maps for other major cities in Europe, the U.S. and Asia. I've never seen anything else quite like it.
Good reference for drivers
2014年2月25日 - (Amazon.com)
We bought this book to use as a reference on a trip to London. It has all the streets and an full street index. There are 175 pages of maps and 258 pages of street index, with a handful more pages listing hospitals, train stations, etc. I would highly recommend this book for navigating a car to multiple London destinations. For our purposes walking and taking public transit, we will be leaving it at home.
T. M. Sowell
The Atlas of London.
2014年2月6日 - (Amazon.com)
For anyone who has been to London ( or for those going for the first time will soon discover ), street names change fairly often. So you need a book like this to find not only where you are or are going but also where the various sites: historical, theater, shopping, hotel, and other places are. I got one that was a few years old because for the most part things do not change too much within a few years time.
2011年2月17日 - (Amazon.com)
London A-Z is an excellent street atlas both for the natives and for the tourists! (I had to return the copy I bought as it was a duplicate. Another family member bought the exact same one!) I was watching a British TV Series recently and in the background of one of the scenes were two man using this exact book! The streets in London can be very confusing for those of us on the other side of "the pond" who are used to streets planned out at right angles to one another. This guide is invaluable to visiting the many neighborhoods of Greater London. You will never get lost if you have this guide.
I can see where a person with perfect eyesight who is going to live in London would ...
2014年8月14日 - (Amazon.com)
Impossible to read if your middle aged. The maps do have an astounding amount of detail but it's very cluttered and almost impossible to read. My husband and I are in our 50's and wear bi-focals and we cannot read the maps, I can see where a person with perfect eyesight who is going to live in London would like this book but it's useless for our two week stay.