I’m glad you’re having a look at this page and you would like to get more out of this blog and walking in London. That’s why I have prepared for you London walking maps, e-books, lists and more. Here are some examples:
3 most inspiring London walks – my very first e-book written for those who like reading a bit more. It contains some of my favourite walks – Chiswick, Hampstead and Clerkenwell
‘London 35’ – my newest publication that gathers all kinds of different places to visit and see in London. Each of them is a great excuse for a fascinating walk. I’ll be adding more suggestions to it as I explore the city and want to share things with you.
London graphic – one of my pictures with an inspirational writing to keep you enthused about city walking. Hang it on a wall or put on your desk.
Maps for Vauxhall and South Kensington walks, showing you where exactly are the things I wrote about in the posts; they printable, so you can print them in colour or B&W and take with you on a walk.
Lists of places to visit in Brixton and South London; also printable and you can take them with you.
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