Things to do in London
- 43 reviews
Nice for a good wander. But I much prefer buying any reading material from the plethora of used bookstores. The best thing about this Waterstones, is the view from the 5th Floor. Stop in for an over priced tea if you fancy. But, not really worth it.
- 52 reviews
My favorite place in London. It's speciality in maps and traveling books/guides. Everything that you need to organize a trip you can find there, also it's nice just to go there to dream about the next trips. hehehehe Just by Coven Garden. Was the cheaper place in London I found the big world (the national Geopraphic one).
- 62 reviews
"A delightful second-hand bookshop with a wide choice that ranges from antiquarian first editions to the bargain basement. Rare books, first editions, modern literature, art and poetry can all be found stacked up on the shelves as well as scholarly and academic books, antiquarian and leather bound sets. Over 19,000 books are stocked - which might help to explain where ...
- 102 reviews
"South Bank Book Market is one of London's best kept secrets. The market is open daily till around 7pm and can be found under Waterloo Bridge in front of BFI Southbank. There are always plenty of bargains to be found and the market traders are book specialists so do ask if you are looking for something in particular." Laura Porter, ...
- 121 review
Gay’s The Word is the only gay and lesbian bookshop in London, and it has a very special place in the gay history of city. Founded in 1979 by a group of gay socialists, the bookshop has since been a vital hub of information for the city’s gay and lesbian community ever since. As well as stocking a comprehensive range ...Popular withLocalLGBTDesign
- 181 review
"Books for Amnesty Hammersmith has a huge stock, hardback and paperback, most of which is in excellent condition. Prices range from £1 to £3.50 for most fiction titles, including hardbacks, with an excellent mix of easy reading and literature, new writers from around the world, foreign language fiction and non-fiction." amnesty.org.uk