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  • Hardcover: 272 pages
  • Publisher: HarperCollins; 01 edition (5 Oct. 2017)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 9780008257859
  • ISBN-13: 978-0008257859
  • ASIN: 000825785X
  • Product Dimensions: 19.3 x 2.8 x 24.9 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars 141 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 10,300 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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The world is a big place full of interesting things. And The Grand Tour has seen some of them. That's why few people are better placed to lead you around this vast planet of ours than Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May. As long as you don't mind getting hot and lost. Welcome, everyone, to The Grand Tour Guide to The World.

In this indispensable guide, you will find an abundance of information, most of which is probably wrong and possibly dangerous. As well as occasionally accurate guides to the places visited on the show, you'll find exclusive interviews with the presenters and discover their favourite locations for car-based cocking about.

As well as being a factually dubious encyclopaedia, The Grand Tour Guide to the World is also a travel companion for those of you who have been inspired by the Grand Tour circus. You'll find tips on how to sing like a native in the Bahamas, how to speak Welsh (wrongly), and how to navigate the magic roundabout in Swindon. On top of all this, we reveal the world's fastest cop cars and the greatest car makers. And there's a picture of James May in an anorak.

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The world is a big place full of interesting things. And The Grand Tour has seen some of them. That's why few people are better placed to lead you around this vast planet of ours than Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May. As long as you don't mind getting hot and lost. Welcome, everyone, to The Grand Tour Guide to The World.

In this indispensable guide, you will find an abundance of information, most of which is probably wrong and possibly dangerous. As well as occasionally accurate guides to the places visited on the show, you'll find exclusive interviews with the presenters and discover their favourite locations for car-based cocking about.

As well as being a factually dubious encyclopaedia, The Grand Tour Guide to the World is also a travel companion for those of you who have been inspired by the Grand Tour circus. You'll find tips on how to sing like a native in the Bahamas, how to speak Welsh (wrongly), and how to navigate the magic roundabout in Swindon. On top of all this, we reveal the world's fastest cop cars and the greatest car makers. And there's a picture of James May in an anorak.

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1 The Pyramids of Giza, Egypt: Oldest and most intact of the seven wonders of the world, giving a fascinating insight into the achievements of earlier civilisations Home: Know where keys are. Pub is just round corner Home
2 The Great Barrier Reef, Australia: One of the World’s largest coral reef and the single biggest structure made by living organisms, covering over 130,000 square miles and home to an incredible range of marine life Home: Dry, not too hot, could pop out for last orders if you fancied it Home
3 The Grand Canyon, USA: Epic 277 mile long, mile deep testament to the power of nature and of mankind’s smallness in the general scheme of things Home: A manageable size and little risk of falling to certain death. They’ve got a new dartboard in the pub, by the way Home
4 The Great Wall of China: Fascinating ancient fortification totalling over 13,000 miles giving a compelling insight into Chinese socio-political evolution Home: Necessitates no travel whatsoever. Also, they’ve got some new crisps in the pub. There’s a sort of mustard flavour that’s nice Home
5 Machu Picchu, Peru: 15th century Inca citadel providing awe inspiring insight into this ancient civilisation in breathtaking surroundings Home: Much less walking, even if you have a big staircase. Also, there’s a quiz on at the pub tonight. I think Bob said he was going Home
6 The Taj Mahal, India: Intricate and iconic mausoleum on the banks of Yamuna river, rightly famed for its beauty and majesty Home: Also the name of a very excellent curry restaurant near your house. We could go there after the pub Home
7 The Colosseum, Italy: Largest amphitheatre in history and a potent symbol of the imperial power and endurance of the Roman Empire Home: Much less dusty, also much nearer the pub, which is where we should go now once you’ve shut up about bloody holidays again Home

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