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No trip would be complete without a visit to the capital’s vibrant theatreland to experience one of the West End shows for yourself. With shows to suit everyone’s taste, you’re spoiled for choice when trying to find the perfect ticket. The Phantom of the Opera in its 33rd record-breaking year, Disney’s Aladdin with over 350 lavish costumes, Wicked a true modern classic or Mamma Mia! the ultimate feel-good show. Whatever you choose, you are certain to be wowed by the marvel of London theatre.
Like many European cities, London is full of markets, many of which date back to medieval times. From fruit and vege stalls through to high end antique stands there are bargains to be found all over town. Some of our favourites are the Borough Food Market, Camden Market, Portobello Road Market and Columbia Road Flower Market.
London has some of the world’s best museums, including The British Museum and The Museum of London. South Kensington is home to the Science Museum and the Natural History Museum. Don’t forget about London’s art museums - the Tate Britain & Modern display some of the world’s finest classic and modern art collections.
There are so many remarkable sights to visit within a day of London. Stonehenge, Bath, Cotswolds, Oxford, Windsor Castle, Downtown Abbey, you can even take the Eurostar to Paris for the day or take the train up to the Lake District and the home of Beatrix Potter.
You’ve done Oxford Street and Harrods; now why not wander down Sloane Street, peer into the windows of Gucci, Dior or Versace trying to see someone famous, and then grab a coffee at a sidewalk café in Sloane Square.
The city is full of historic monuments and buildings. You can’t go home without seeing the Tower of London, St Paul’s Cathedral, Hampton Court Palace, Kensington Palace and the Royal Observatory. Each epitomizes England’s wealth, power and architectural prowess during their respective historical periods.
There are many great vantage points around London that showcase this historic, vibrant city – The Shard is the tallest building in Western Europe allowing you to see all of the city at once, enjoy a glass of bubbles at sunset. The London Eye at 135metres gives you breath-taking views from one of the world’s tallest cantilevered observation wheels. The Thames River offers a unique perspective of the city as you cruise under the bridges of London.
Are you planning your next trip to London? Want to learn more about this destination? Or looking for ideas and inspiration for your next holiday? Here is where you can find our featured articles on London.
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