Family city guide: London
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Adorned by the grandeur of Gothic architecture, the meandering Thames and a wealth of cultural and historic emblems, London is a dazzling creature amongst the world’s capitals. Each with their own vibe, lovely community villages that dotted the city nurtures an independent spirit that inspire future creative visionaries. Learn, eat, play, shop, and hug nature together — unbridle your passion for discoveries with CITIxFamily London guide! The guide points you to 20 unique locations where local creative parents love to go with their little ones.
Initiated and edited by viction:ary, this travel guide is packed with expert advice only insiders of the British capital know about. Clad in colourful illustrations drawn with love by Lauren Humphrey, CITIxFamily London guide kit holds a Z-fold trip adviser, a 24-page travel journal for young companions, two postcards and a stack of play cards for some fun learning and matching games on the road, all enfolded in one neat slipcase. Every spot comes with a QR code, which trippers can scan for respective Google map location in a wink.
Specs: 129 x 200 x 10 mm (L x H x W)
The package includes:
• Z-fold city guide
• 24-page travel journal
• 12 pairs of tear-off memory game cards
• 2 postcards
All items are packed in a slipcase
Full colour throughout
|Dimensions||20 × 12.9 × 1 cm|
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