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Book Giveaway "London Adventure Walks For Families"

London walks

The team at Essential Travel Magazine love summer - it’s the best time to explore and travel through your own country. So this season, we'd like to share the happiness by giving away two copies of London Adventure Walks For Families.

Courtesy of Frances Lincoln Publishers, London Adventure Walks For Families: The Tales of a City is a guide to the best walks and sightseeing spots the city has to offer. It's perfect for a family and day out - besides being fun and informative, it really makes you want to go exploring.

Big BenBig Ben is one of the attractions you'll see on your walk.

The quick tour teasers for new tourists and even old residents are ideal if you don’t have much time, but still want to see the city. You’ll find walks around all your favourite monuments and parks, including the London Eye - the biggest Ferris Wheel in Europe - and the treasured Big Ben, along with a few places that you probably never thought of visiting. The best part about the book? There are a lot of pictures, so the whole family can enjoy looking through it. And even though it’s a family book, it’s suitable for anyone - couples, solo walkers and groups of friends.

London EyeYou'll also be able to spot the London Eye

All you have to do is answer the question in the comments box below. And remember to leave your full name and email address so that we can contact you. The competition closes on 1 July 2013 and winners will be notified shortly afterwards by email. Have fun and good luck!

The question: What is the biggest Ferris Wheel in Europe?

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Caelyn Woolward

Caelyn Woolward

Having lived in the same house for 18 years, Caelyn decided it was time to pack her bags and head out an adventure. The trip took her to the tiny place of Grahamstown in South Africa where she majored in Journalism and English at Rhodes University. Fresh out of university and having lived the student life for the last four years, she is slowly adapting to working at Essential Travel under the guidance of senior writers. She finds comfort in the smaller cities of the world nestled away in Europe, Africa and South America.