Historically Greenwich was associated with the land, sea and navigation. A waypoint and destination for the Romans; and the private residence of Henry VIII. The Royal Greenwich is Her Majesty the Queens formally approved Royal Museum; a combination of four historical museums, the National Maritime Museum, the Queen's House, the Royal Observatory and the Cutty Sark. Combined [...] Read more

Portobello Market in West London is one of the most famous street markets in the world. It is a populart destination for Londoners and tourists alike. Portobello Road goes straight through the heart of Notting Hill, the trendy area of London made famous by the film. Indeed, so famous is the film Notting Hill that I […]

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The Camden Markets are a number of adjoining large retail markets in Camden Town near the Hampstead Road Lock of the Regent’s Canal, often collectively named Camden Market or Camden Lock.

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The Palace of Westminster is the meeting place of the House of Commons and the House of Lords, the two houses of the Parliament of the United Kingdom. Commonly known as the Houses of Parliament after its tenants, the Palace lies on the Middlesex bank of the River Thames in the City of Westminster, in central London. Its name, which derives from the neighbouring Westminster Abbey, […]

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This cinema has 477 seats, state of the art, opened in 1999, its the biggest screen in the UK more than 20 Meters high, 26 Meters wide, with an 11,600 Watt digital surround sound system. It has the most sophisticated motion picture projection equipment in the world. Nearest Tube Station: Waterloo For all Inquiries Call: […]

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This is not only a famous London landmark, it is also known throughout the world. It houses effigies of famous celebrities past and present, hear and experience them. Step back through history and travel through 200 years of time. Your spine will shiver and your heart will race as you escape some of the most […]

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The historical Westminster Abbey located on the Thames River is one of the most famous tourist destinations in London. Most known for the site of coronation ceremonies of Kings and Queens it also serves as a memorial and burial site of statesmen, authors, aristocrats, poets, priests, scientists, all part of Britain’s fascinating history. You can […]

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The National Portrait Gallery  The National Portrait Gallery London is a great reminder of the correlations between the past and present in the United Kingdom. The Gallery focuses on the historical importance of the subject rather than style or about the status of the subject, focusing on the quality and character of a particular image [...] Read more
St. Paul’s Cathedral one of the most recognizable landmarks along the London skyline with the prominent dome and spires that reach an astonishing 350 feet. Located on top of Ludgate Hill, St Paul's was constructed in 604 AD and later destroyed in the great London fire in the late 17th century. It was then resurrected once again, [...] Read more

The worlds greatest museum, it contains artifacts from all over the world . Opening Times: Mon-Thu, Sat-Sun 10am-5:30pm Fri 10am-10pm Nearest Tube Station: South Kensington

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