'RAC Discover Britain Touring Atlas and Guide' has over 1000 places to visit listed and includes detailed road mapping of the whole of Britain at 3 miles to 1 inch. The listings are divided into Scotland, Wales and the nine English tourist board areas for ease of use.
RAC Discover Britain Touring Atlas and Guide has over 1000 places to visit listed and includes detailed road mapping of the whole of Britain at 3 miles to 1 inch. The listings are divided into Scotland, Wales and the nine English tourist board areas for ease of use. MAIN FEATURES A combination of detailed road mapping of Great Britain with extensive listings of tourist features in a hardback A4 book. Depending on the importance of the attraction it has been graded and the level of detail supplied reflects this grading. The places of interest listings have been split into eleven colour coded sections: Scotland, Wales and the nine English Tourist Board regions, so enabling the user to find a multitude of things to do and places to visit within an area. All attractions are plotted on the map. This innovative combination of guide information and crystal clear, uninterrupted road mapping is the essential reference book. It enables you to get out and really enjoy the best that Britain has to offer. INCLUDES * Information on Britain's landscape including its natural beauty, flora and fauna, coastline and heritage. * Detailed road mapping at 3 miles to 1 inch with places of tourist interest clearly plotted. * Over 1000 place of interest descriptions, with a grading system reflected by the amount of text detail. Where appropriate they will all include telephone numbers, websites and whether they have a particular seasonal interest. * Route planning maps with the top 100 sites in the country plotted. AREA OF COVERAGE The mapping and listings cover the whole of Great Britain. WHO THE PRODUCT IS OF INTEREST TO This is an essential reference tool to ensure that Britain's famed natural beauty and unparalleled heritage can be appreciated to the full. Anyone visiting Britain from abroad and those who live here will welcome this book, to study both from the comfort of their armchairs as well as whilst out and about.