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Notable attractions in London

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Tip: instead of buying a Visitor Travelcard difficult to monetize, you can enjoy the many offers “2 for 1” or “2 for the price of one.” Often they are associated with buying a train ticket. Even if you do not take the train, you can always buy a ticket (from £ 2) to take advantage of the offer!

  • Big Ben – One of the symbols of the capital.

  • 10 Downing street – 5 min from Big Ben, the residence of the Prime Minister.

  • London Eye (Ferris Wheel London) – Very expensive – Lets explore London from the top of the big wheel. Expect a long wait.

  • Covent Garden – The heart of the city, violinists, singers and entertainment gathered there. It is a popular area for Londoners on Friday night at the output of work. They just drink one or more beers.

  • Leicester Square – One can find the French Centre Charles Peguy, cinemas, an original Swiss clock. It is the center of London nightlife.

  • Piccadilly Circus – Giant advertising panels at the end of Regent Street. McDonalds, Burger King and “cheap” stores galore.

  • South Kensington – Bars, restaurants, beautiful houses, Chelsea is a little further. The most expensive square meter of the city, and the French neighborhood.

  • Camden Town Quirky place with punks, gothics, clothing stores, leather, accessories. It is possible to lunch and to taste all the cuisines of the world at a very reasonable price. The famous market every weekend. There is also a covered market, “The stable”, where the shops are in the horse box.

  • High Street Kensington – Mainly for shopping. The shops in this street, however, are quite expensive.

  • Hampstead – The perfect place for a romantic stroll on the “Heath” (large park) for example.

  • Crouch End – Small friendly neighborhood in the north.

  • Guard Royale – Sunday morning at Buckingham Palace.

  • Notting Hill and Portobello Market – Portobello Market is a nice market primarily dedicated to antiquity.

  • Brick Lane – This popular and Bangladeshi neighborhood worth a visit! Delicious bagels and, Sundays, a super market full of London hype (Spitalfields) … so let Notting Hill to tourists and spend a day here!

  • Tower Bridge – Price £ 7 (April 2007) .- The famous bridge that opens to let boats pass. You can visit the two upper bridges (allows for great pictures) and the room reconstituting the old machines required for the bridge opening. From there, go for a walk to the Tower of London.

  • The Shard – Adult/child 4-15 years/student: £ 30.95 / £ 24.95 / £ 25.95 – Highest building in London and the European Union (306 m and 73 floors), it was inaugurated in 2012. Lets have a (beautiful) aerial view of London and the surrounding area.

St Paul's Cathedral (St Paul’s Cathedral, https://en.wikivoyage.org/wiki/File:St_Paul%27s_Cathedral_-_geograph.org.uk_-_455405.jpg)

St James' Park (St James’ Park, https://en.wikivoyage.org/wiki/File:Fale_London_93.jpg)

  • Madame Tussauds

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