This is a London walking tour during lockdown in 2021 along one of the most famous retail street in the world – Oxford Street in London. It has been reported on the news that one fifth of shops on London’s Oxford Street are going to go bankrupt. Retails business has already cut 200 000 jobs in the UK.
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London has many popular areas. Probably the most well-known among locals and tourists is Covent Garden. It is a perfect place for shopping, eating and exploring the unique atmosphere which the capital has to offer. Covent Garden is located in the central area, Zone 1. The public transport has convenient links to get there by Tube or bus.
The Christmas lights switch-on has always been a tradition is London. It is one of the biggest events, which everyone anticipates. Oxford street decoration and lights are one of the best in the city. Christmas in the capital is magical, but this year it might be different. We have to admit 2020 did not start well, but lets bring some Christmas spirit to finish it.
Marylebone road starts from Paddington to Euston Road, near Regent’s Park. Madame Tussauds, one of London’s most popular attractions, lies on that road. Marylebone road is important part of the London Inner Ring Road. This means that it forms part of the London’s congestion charge zone. If you did not know the capital divides into zones.
Today’s walking tour in London will take us to a very impressive area in the capital. Our walk will start from Sloane Square. Its location is quite interesting. It is a small square between three districts: Chelsea, Knightsbridge and Belgravia. All of these districts form a posh residential area
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Getting to Oxford from London is very easy, which makes it so great for a day trip. That is one of the many reasons why you should chose to visit this beautiful city. There are options to travel by train from London Marylebone station or London Paddington Station. The train journey takes approximately 1,5 hours and the cost is about 28 pounds for one way ticket.
We are starting the day at Camber Sands, England. Heatwave hits England with 32 degrees for a first time on the 24th of June 2020. These record temperatures encouraged Britons to flock Camber Sands Beach and as a result it was full. Camber Sands is the only sand beach in East Sussex, UK. This makes it very attractive for all Brits willing to enjoy the sunshine and
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Walking in London’s West End on the last evening before Lockdown in November. London is in Lockdown 2.0 as they call it because it started on the 5th November 2020 and it came 7 months after the first lockdown, which started in March 2020. Pubs, restaurants and non-essential retail must close.
Walking in London’s Covent Garden on the last evening before Lockdown in England. London is in Lockdown 2.0 as they call it because it started on the 5th November 2020 and it came 7 months after the first lockdown, which started in March 2020. Pubs, restaurants and non-essential retail must close. Schools, childcare, colleges and universities will stay open
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England is famous for its many green spaces, parks and natural reserves. London is a big city, which most people consider as busy and crowded. Every city like this has its own unbelievable peaceful hidden gems. This one is a must for every nature loving tourist. It is favourite area for the locals – Richmond. Richmond Park is a home of 630 deer.
If you are short on budget or looking to cut your trip spend, Princes Charles theatre is likely the cheapest of the lot, so you want to check it out to the north of Leicester Square.
If you find Leicester Square a buzzing place during the day, you’ll be glad to know it quickly becomes even more electrifying at night.
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The Canary Wharf is a vibrant business area, but it doesn’t make it any less fun a destination for the casual tourist. With its rich blend of fashion, art, and the huge roof gardens, The Canary Wharf is one of many places you don’t want to miss out on when…
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Despite the fact that the clock tower is all covered during the renovations, it is still one of the most visited attractions in London. Millions of people come to England’s capital every year aiming to see it. It is better to see Big Ben though the scaffolding rather than not see it at all.There are a few reasons why the symbol of London is under construction. They are replacing the roof of the tower, which gets damages in time from rain and humidity.
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This London walking tour will show you one of the most visited shopping areas in the capital. We are going through Oxford Street, New Bond Street and Mayfair until we reach Piccadilly Circus . Oxford Street offers a wide variety of affordable fashion. New Bond Street is a home of more luxurious brands. The colourful window displays attract many locals and tourists.