A quick guide to London city

London, a truly multi-ethnic metropolis, the perfect destination for travellers that love culture, architecture and its history.

What to do?

Visit Museums

One of the greater things about London is the free entry to the museum. London has a large number of museums that are well worth visiting. From the British Museum to Tate Modern.

Tower Bridge

The Tower Bridge runs over the Thames and is located next to the Tower of London, which also is a popular tourist attraction. You can visit an exhibition or take a tour.

Houses of Parliament

The Palace of Westminster with the famous Big Ben is a neo-Gothic miracle from the middle of the 19th century. You can visit the buildings and book English Guided Tour. The ticket cost is £25.50 per adult.

Where to eat?

Besides the famous Borough Market, you will find the most special food stalls and restaurants in London. All world cuisine is represented in this multicultural city and every celebrity chef has his own restaurant.

Borough Market

Since the 13th century, the Borough Market, located next to London Bridge station, has been teeming with people who love cooking, food and everything related to food. You will find everything you need for an unforgettable take-away breakfast and all the ingredients for a delicious lunch package. This market is open from Monday to Saturday (not all the stalls are open on Monday & Thursday) and is one of the nicest attractions on the south bank of the Thames.

Tower Bridge, London
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Getting around London:

Oyster Card is the cheapest and most flexible way to travel around London and it covers all public transport networks (tube, overground trains, DLR, buses). Daily credit limit of £6.80 allows you to make multiple journeys and after your third journey, the next won’t cost a penny! You can buy your Oyster card at any Underground station and in many newsagents locations in London.

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