Don't forget all the amazing restaurants, pubs, bars, parks and the famous London Zoo ... there is so much more to London than first meets the eye, not to mention all the awesome people :)
I am travelling to London on Feb 10 for a conference. Any information about the climate, places to visit etc... will be much appreciated.
Make sure you do The Alternative London Tour around London's vibrant East End. You must book in advance!!
Even in the central parts of London you can find good value restaurants - look out for chains (Pizza Express, Bella Italia, GBK, Garfunkel's, TGIs), or head to the Chinese restaurants around Soho, and you'll find affordable and tasty food
I will be in London for about 1 week starting from May 1st. However, I'll be spending time alone in london for about 2 days before my friend joining me later. Could I have a recommendation from Londoner on the best way to browse through london alone without forking out too much money? P/S: My hotel's location is very near to Oxford Street and I would love to see a market in London where I can try various food from various country. Is there any market nearby the hotel area?
I live in London. It is a city in which you are constantly discovering new places. It is a melting point of many cultures. In same areas you will fill you are in the middle east. In others you will be in the middle of India, there is a taste of every nation. You have cultural events to please anybody. The parks of London a second to none.The streets entertainers add to the character of the city. It is full of flavor and variety. I LOVE LONDON
Hello London! (I see myself screaming this on top of a red, double-decker bus. haha.) I am looking to travel to London soon and need some tourism tips. Of course I adore all the major sites, but I want nothing more than to live like a local for a little while. Food spots, sites to see, etc. If you can help me out, friend me! :)