A-Z Maps blog
This is the home of ramblings from the inside of the iconic brand that is A-Z. On our blog you will find out how to get from A to Z and a lot more in between.
The London Marathon has been a spring staple since 1981, making the 2013 race the 33rd instalment. The London Marathon route stretches the foot-pounding and energy-sapping 26 miles and 385 yards from Greenwich to The Mall. Whether you are competing or watching, this blog outlines the current route and recommends some… Read More
Ever been on the London Underground and thought ‘I’d love to spend all day on the tube’? Probably not, especially if you’re wrestling with a crowd approaching the population of Liechtenstein. Rest assured, after reading this blog you’ll think about it, even if you don’t actually plan to do it. Read More
London is a fantastic place to go walking. There’s so much to explore, and for a densely urban area it does have a good amount of green space. However, sometimes the hustle and bustle of the city can become overwhelming, and escaping the city can be a more attractive prospect. Read More
London is a spectacular city which is steeped in history dating back over 2,000 years. By 1850 it had grown to become the world’s largest city, a truly international political and commercial hub. This heritage has shaped the varied cityscape, where grand old buildings often rub shoulders with modern architecture. Read More
London may be one of the most fashionable and culturally inspiring cities in the world, but with a plethora of hidden restaurants, secret galleries and ‘off the beaten track’ bars, the UK capital boasts a great many lesser known attractions. If you are a local, a frequent visitor, or simply… Read More