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  • The Westminster Area

    The Westminster area is probably the most famous in London. Many places of interest are concentrated here, and everything is accessible by foot. You can find this area along the River Thames. In this piece, I will describe only the most famous places because Westminster...

    0 by Alison, one month ago
  • Trafalgar Square

    source Trafalgar Square is the most famous square in London, England. With statues in its four corners, it was originally built to commemorate the Battle of Trafalgar which was a huge victory during the war with Napoleon. source The collumn is one of the most...

    0 by Kate, 11 months ago
  • London Bridge

    London, one of the most beautiful cities in the world. Whomever has the opportunity to go there will find themselves forever in love; a walk in the city is pleasant at any time of day, the people are friendly and obliging, and the city is a beauty in itself. It must...

    0 by Lauren, one year ago
  • Queensway

    London Queensway an amazing place to visite and see they have got a parke name Hyde park one of the biggest park in London and the best part of it all is princess diana's memorial playground which was great to see. A lot of people from all over the world and some...

    0 by Paper, one year ago
  • London Eye

    The London Eye is one of the most famous Ferris wheels in the world and is located in the very heart of London. Although it was initially thought to last solely for the duration of the Millennial Celebrations (for this reason, you can also see it as the "Millennial...

    0 by Lottie, one year ago
  • Harrods

    Who hasn't visited Harrods during their stay in the British capital, or at least heard of it? This huge department store, the most exclusive in the whole of England, is located right in the heart of London. The closest Underground station is Knightsbridge (on the dark...

    0 by Lottie, one year ago
  • Big Ben

    This famous tower can be found in the city of London and is one of the world's main tourist attractions. The typical image of the well-known clock is a symbol of the country, and for me personally it's the first image that appears in my head when I hear the word...

    0 by fiona jasmine, one year ago
  • Notting Hill

    Until the beginning of the 1800s, the area of Notting Hill didn't have much to offer, except Piggeries ceramic warehouse. Portobello Road takes its name from Portobello, which is the name of the Caribbean city of Puerto Bello, in memory of the British captain...

    0 by Lottie, one year ago
  • Trafalgar Square

    Trafalgar Square is a famous square located in the centre of London. It has previously had other names, but its current name draws reference to its historical relevance, which represents the victory of Vice-Admiral Horatio Nelson (a famous column exists in his honour in...

    0 by Lottie, one year ago
  • Shakespeare's Globe

    Months in advance before we took flight to London last year, my dad mentioned that he was hoping to get us tickets to see a play at Shakespeare's Globe. My heart skipped a beat.  This is a theatre built just a few hundred yards from the original site of Shakespeare's...

    0 by Kaelin, 2 years ago
  • Camden Market

    How to get to Camden Town The area is accessible via the following tube stations, which pass across the South to the North of London. Euston (Victoria and Northern lines). Kings Cross / St. Pancras (Circle, District, Hammersmith & City, Northern, Piccadilly and...

    0 by Selina, 2 years ago
  • Westminster

    A little about the history of this interesting place (it involves a huge fire and a royal dispute) This stop is obligatory for whoever finds themselves in London, especially because this area is host to a lot of tourist attractions which can all be reached on foot: The...

    0 by Ross, 2 years ago
  • British Museum

    When we went to London, we visited more museums than churches. Why? London isn't a cheap city to live in, nor to visit. A lot of the tourist attractions cost a lot and a lot of the churches charge an entry fee, however, all the museums in the United Kingdom are free....

    0 by Ross, 2 years ago
  • Croydon

    Croydon, my old home, isn't perfect by any stretch of the imagination: it's a bit rough in parts, its architecture seems brutalist and uninspiring, and with the popular club tigertiger recently removed from the centre, its young nightlife has been indelibly weakened....

    0 by Sam, 3 years ago
  • King`s Cross Station

    Welcome, Harry Potter fans! Right... I want to make one thing clear, and that´s the fact that my motive number one, two and three for visiting King´s Cross station in London was always to see the location of the much-watched Harry Potter film scenes, but even more...

    0 by Helen, 3 years ago
  • London trip

    In this article I am going to talk about our amazing trip to London. When I was considering where to go for my Erasmus programme, Lille seemed to me really attractive city because of its location. You can easily travel almost everywhere from Lille. It is really close to...

    0 by Barbarka, 3 years ago
  • Hyde Park

    Hyde Park, which opened its doors to the public in 1637, is the oldest of the various royal parks in London and makes up one of the five that are connected in London, forming a giant green lung in the middle of this vibrant city. The park is famous for its Speaker's...

    0 by Amy, 3 years ago
  • Buckingham Palace

    Buckingham Palace is located in Westminster, London, and is known by people all over the world for being the home of the Queen of England. It is used to host several royal occasions, entertainment and is now one of the most famous attractions in the world. However, the...

    0 by Amy, 3 years ago
  • Peter Pan Statue in Kensington Gardens

    Peter Pan, the hero of our childhood, at least mine anyway. Who hasn't dreamed of going to visit Never Ever Land? I grew up watching Disney films and this story set in London was always one of my favourites. Years passed by and then someone special came into my life...

    0 by Amy, 3 years ago
  • Sherlock Holmes Museum

    Modern Sherlock Holmes There was this huge popularization of Sherlock Holmes just some years ago when, firstly, this film went out called “Sherlock Holmes” in 2009 followed by the second film _ “Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows” in 2011 (and if you see, their...

    0 by Sal, 3 years ago

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