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.Read more London Reopens 2020 | Walking Oxford Street, New Bond Street and Piccadilly
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.Read more London Borough of Richmond Upon Thames
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.Read more Big Ben is under construction
London makes the cut as one of the finest cities in the world, and it’s really not hard to see why. While the unrivalled view at the Shard and shopping haven like Regent Street and Carnaby Street easily come to mind, the Hampton Court Palace is a traveller’s delight when…Read more Hampton Court Palace
For the budding tourist, a trip to London is always one to relish. Thanks to its scenic environment, vibrant economy and a host of attractions, London is home to over 8 million people, and a staggering 30 million tourists are headed its direction annually. Where their favourite locations are you ask? Well, there are more than a handful, and Carnaby Street is one of those. A short distance from Regent Street and Oxford Street, Carnaby Street arguably leads the pack for shopping enthusiasts looking to cash in on fashion items in the UK.Read more Carnaby Street, London
Are you curious to learn more about Covent Garden? Here are the main aspects of this article: Covent Garden location and history Places of interest in Covent Garden Covent Garden location and history Located in Westminster, London, Covent Garden welcomes you to a rich collection of shops and restaurants as…Read more Covent Garden, London
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.
London is not short of shopping destinations. And Regent Street is another hub to look out for when surfing the finest fashion centres in London. The Street is majorly dominated by Shops, but you’ll often find places to sit and relax too. If you fancy staying in the heart of…Read more Regent Street, London
Are you planning a short city break in London? Here are some tips and tricks how to make the most out of your stay here. You need a well-organized plan in order to be able to see as much as possible for only 2 days. Let’s start! Itinerary: Day 1:…Read more Two days city break plan for your visit to London
The London Bridge Tower – also The Shard – is a towering, 95-storey edifice in Southwark, London. Thanks to its height, it needs no mentioning this structure easily resonates with tourists and residents alike in this part of London. The Shard is actually the tallest building in the whole…Read more The Shard, London