During your tour of London, you can come across many attractions and attractions, such as the London Eye.
Not surprisingly, London appears at the top of the list of the most visited cities on the planet every year. This British capital really has a lot to offer tourists, especially those who want to get to know the city more thoroughly than just walking around the “most crowded” sights. Accept our invitation to visit London’s most interesting attractions and places.
Must-see landmarks, especially in Westminster – such as Buckingham Palace, Westminster Abbey,
and the British Parliament and City buildings – in particular, the Tower and Tower Bridge – could give London the impression of an untouched imperial center. superpowers.
But where do ordinary Londoners have a fun, shop, eat, work and relax? If you are interested in this simple question, we offer the answer.
Where Money Plays Prim – The Modern Heart of London
London is one of the most important financial centers in the world and most of it is located in the tiny City district. Almost half a million people come here for work.
We can only recommend a walk among the local skyscrapers to all tourists, only in the streets of the City will you realize how little space of less than 3 square miles can hold so many offices.
In any case, take a closer look at the City symbol – the “Cucumber” skyscraper, the unconventional Lloyd’s Insurance Building or the brand new “Cheese Grater” or “Radio”.
The newly built Canary Wharf in the east of London is starting to compete with the City’s financial center. The most enjoyable way to get to know this ultra-modern part of London is to take advantage of DLR, a type of public transport that cuts through Canary Wharf.
The British capital as a city of fashion – where to go shopping?
The capital of Britain is also known worldwide as a metropolis that determines the direction of fashion. Where to go shopping in London?
The alpha and omega of all shopaholics is, of course, Oxford Street, and the largest shopping center is Westfield Stratford City, but what if you want to shop while enjoying the atmosphere? In that case, you must not miss Camden Town, the markets built on the site of the former horse stables have a truly unmistakable character.
If you crave shopping and movie sets at the same time, head to Notting Hill, specifically Portobello Road, where outdoor markets take place every Saturday and a huge carnival at the end of August.
Or would you like to combine shopping with performances by street artists or a visit to famous London theater stages? In that case, your goal will be Covent Garden. Come to Covent Garden even if you are looking for a place to eat, restaurants are really at every turn.
For the same purpose, Londoners go to Chinatown near Piccadilly Circus, be sure to visit the restaurants, where you can eat anything you like.
Do not disturb it! Rest area for locals and tourists
A rest area in central London is the south bank of the River Thames, cultivated at the end of the 20th century. The walk, which takes about an hour, starts at the London Eye, London’s most visited attraction, and ends at the Tower of London.
Throughout the route, you can see the Millennium Bridge pedestrian bridge, which he starred in in the film about the magician Harry Potter. Also a replica of Shakespeare’s Globe Theater, you can walk through the Southwark district with London’s youngest cathedral or stand under the tallest skyscraper in the entire European Union, Shard.
At Tower Bridge, you can also visit the former Belfast war cruiser, which has been converted into a museum.
Greenwich – beautiful views of Canary Wharf and the Millennium DomeGreenwich – beautiful views of Canary Wharf and the Millennium Dome
However, even Londoners can relax in nature and out of town. The most accessible for this purpose is the Royal Greenwich Park with the famous Zero Meridian, the former Royal Observatory, the Maritime Museum, Queen’s House, and Painted Hall, where Admiral Lord Nelson was exhibited before the funeral after the famous Battle of Trafalgar.
Enjoy London with everything that belongs to it and what you fancy when you visit it.