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We Are Addicted To London

“I like to visit London during off times, so crowds are not as bad. We love to walk the city, along the river, see the parks, in the cold, and hopefully clear invigorating conditions. I'll skip the rain, hampers our walking. I also have no desire to visit during warmer months.”

John Borthwick

“I love history and places Like Westminster Abbey, the Tower, Windsor, St. Paul's, and Hampton Court are very special to me. The view of Parliament from across the river I will never tire of. The look of Tower bridge is another I love to stare at. I love the pub culture. To drop in for a few pints as well as a meal is wonderful.”

Bella Jim

“What makes me proudest to be a Londoner is that it the most tolerant city I can think of - all lifestyles, looks, opinions, nationalities are just left to get on with their thing, provided it's not too antisocial! It's why I always smile when I see yet another poster on here anxiously enquiring about dress code.”

Rick Wick

“The only thing I dislike about London is not living there! Traveling there keeps me motivated.”

Ribeka Cruz

“I love walking through London, passing a historic Blue Plague building next to a modern one, and knowing that the next street will be totally different to the last.”

Lina Moni

“Standing on Waterloo Bridge looking up and down the river, but not towards the South Bank.”

Founder & CEO

“When I get to the tube station at LHR and hear the sound of the train coming, I know it could be no other place than London. The ticking sound of the black cabs, the tolling of the bell at the start of News at Six, hearing the chat of the people stocking shelves at Boots - all these combine to make an evocative picture.”

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London Attractions

When it comes to popular destinations in the world, London ranks second only to Bangkok, with an average of 18.83 million annual visitors, a mere 220,000 visitors shy of the number one spot.

London’s popularity is no coincidence as it is the capital city of England, in addition to that, London has some of the most exciting places in the world.

London has so many historical landmarks as well as great sights to choose from. We’ve all heard about the Tower of London and would like to behold this magnificent beauty for ourselves. But that’s not the only thing London is famous for:

Your visit to London must not end without a visit to the most famous sights. Here are some of the best landmarks and stores to visit on your London trip.

Tower of London and Tower Bridge.

This historical monument has served several different purposes in the past. The tower of London is one of the most iconic structures in the country. It has fascinating sights that will provide information about Britain’s rich history. Visitors can feast their eyes on the 17th-century line of kings as well as the famous crown jewels. Adjacent to this building is the London Tower Bridge, with two 200-feet towers rising above one of the city’s most famous landmarks, the River Thames.

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Big Ben and The Houses of Parliament.

Your visit to London is incomplete without seeing this massive 318-foot tower, holding up the most famous clock in the world and its iconic bell, suitably named “Big Ben.” The British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) radio uses the tolling of Big Ben as their time signal, taking a look at this majestic monument, you’ll understand why. Below Big Ben, you’ll find the Houses of Parliament stretching along the River Thames. The Houses of Parliament has served as the seat of the British government for centuries. It was once the royal Westminster Palace, where William the Conqueror ruled.

Piccadilly Circus and Trafalgar Square.

Double the thrill with this two in one visit. Piccadilly Circus is famous around the world for its irregular intersections and the winged Eros sculpture. Trafalgar Square is only a short distance away. It was built to commemorate the victory over the French and Spanish in 1805 when Lord Horatio’s army emerged victoriously. These two locations mark the gateway to the lively theatre and entertainment district. You get to see historical sights and then get an entertaining experience in Soho.

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The Tate Galleries.

Lovers of art will find these galleries fascinating. Tate Britain and Tate Modern are regarded as one of the most important art collections on the planet. The gallery was opened in 1897 for the purpose of collecting significant British art. As the acquisitions increased, so did the demand for space, and eventually, Tate Britain was established. Both Tate’s lie on either side of the River Thames and are connected by high-speed ferry, making the experience even more exciting.

The London Eye.

This monument was built in the year 2000 to mark the new millennium. The London Eye is the largest observation wheel in the entire continent. It has individual glass capsules which enables you to see the most spectacular views of London from a height of 443 feet. It promises to be a memorable 30 minutes.

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Kew Gardens.

Also known as the royal botanic gardens, Kew gardens lies at the southwestern part of the city on the south bank of Thames. You can enjoy the serenity as well as the plants on this 300-acre garden. The garden was laid out in 1759 but did not become government property until 1841. Over the years, it has hosted so many musical and cultural events.

Your visit to London should also include some serious shopping. Shopping in London is a unique experience. With all the excitement and choices London has to offer, you will definitely find things you are looking for, as well as things you never thought you wanted. Here are some of the best shopping options in London:

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Oxford Street

With over 300 shops, landmark stores, and designer outlets, Oxford Street offers you some of the best options in London. A shopping spree on Oxford Street promises to be enjoyable and thoroughly satisfying. You can shop at famous Shops like John Lewis and Debenhams.

Bond Street and Mayfair

Ideal for buying the best designer clothes as well as luxury window shopping. Bond Street and Mayfair offer a luxurious shopping experience. You will find big brands like Louis Vuitton, Tiffany & Co, Burberry, and Browns. Bond Street and Mayfair offer the real distinctive London shopping experience. Sketch restaurant in Mayfair, London is a destination for food, drinks, music & art.

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You can get a complete shopping mall experience at Westfield. Choose either White city or Stratford to shop popular brands like Next, Marks Spencer, Debenhams, and House of Fraser. You can also buy luxury brands like Louis Vuitton, Jimmy Choo, Ted Baker, and All Saints. You can also enjoy a movie at the cinema, or work up some sweat at the gym. The shopping mall also has several bars and restaurants all in one place.

Carnaby Street

The swinging 60s witnessed a cultural revolution that originated here, Located between Oxford Street and Regent Street, Carnaby Street has over 100 brands as well as 60 bars, restaurants, cafes and pubs (bars).

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Covent Garden

No matter what kind of fashion genre you want to buy, whether gift items, handmade jewelry, or rare sweets, you will find lots of choices to explore at Covent Garden. You can find imaginative arts in the well-known Apple Market. This landmark has the Royal Opera House a short distance away. The talented street entertainers perform by 17th-century St. Paul’s Church and the London Transport Museum houses historical vintage vehicles.

King’s Road

A mix of top range boutiques as well as designer shops, and unique labels, in addition to great cafes and restaurants, is what you will find along the King’s Road. You will also find the Duke of York Square, home to over 30 fashion and lifestyle retailers. You will find Europe’s largest Zara stores. Discover the treasures of antiques at the Chelsea Antiques Market.

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Savile Row

Discover the Home of Bespoke British tailoring. You can get handmade suits crafted in the traditional British way. “Henry Poole & co” invented the tuxedo. You can also get a few outfits from the legendary store too. You will also find big names like Gieves & Hawkes, Ozwald Boateng, Abercrombie & Fitch, and Huntsman & Sons.

Camden Town

If you love alternative clothing, Camden is the best shopping destination for you in London. You will find several unusual shops; you will be able to shop gothic fashion as well as punk clothing to your heart’s content. Fancy some ink, or you’d instead get a piercing or both? You will find lots of tattoo and piercing parlors. In addition to this, you will also find handcrafted jewelry and vintage leather bags. One of the best places to visit is the Camden Lock. This royal waterway is over 200 years old – and after a morning spent in the Market
Then, there’s CYberdog, a futuristic cyber clothing shop. If you fancy the quirky things, here is where you’ll find all you need and more.

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Notting Hill

The popularity of Notting Hill is mainly due to the movie named after it. Also famous for the Noting Hill carnival, a street carnival known all over the world to be one of the biggest street parties on the planet with an average of 2.5 million people in attendance each year. Don’t let that fool you though, Notting Hill is also home to an extensive collection of small shops that deal in unique and vintage clothing as well as rare antiques. You can also find some books and organic food. You can also do your high end shopping at Westbourne Grove, which houses some stylish designer shops mixed with some quirky boho boutique art galleries and hip cafes. This area is also famous for the Portobello Road Market.


Regent Street

Named after George, the Prince Regent (later George IV)
Regent Street is a major shopping street in the West End of London. Regent Street is an elegant shopping street offering a sizeable collection of mid-range fashion stores as well as some of London’s oldest and most popular stores, such as The Apple Store, Liberty, and Hamley’s.
Then, there’s CYberdog, a futuristic cyber clothing shop. If you fancy the quirky things, here is where you’ll find all you need and more.

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Jermyn Street

Located near Regent street, this historic part of London is famous for men’s clothing stores with a strong enough British influence to make anyone look like a real old “English Gent.” Popular shops on Jermyn street include Benson & Clegg, famous for their bespoke shirts, and John Lobb, the renowned Shoe shop.

A visit to London is bound to be a memorable one, no matter what your inclinations or personal taste are. Either you are a fashion enthusiast or a quirky goth, shopping in London will leave your bags full of great purchases. If you find yourself in the capital city of England, be sure to visit a few of these great shopping destinations as well as the magnificent tourist centers to have the full London experience.


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