The Channel Tunnel

Choosing the best way to cross the Channel and deciding whether to travel over or under the water is a matter of taste, time and cost. For those travelling on

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Portobello Road

Will you be in London on a Saturday? A good idea is to visit Portobello Road Market in the famous Notting Hill area, one of London’s many street markets. If

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The Sky Garden

The Sky Garden is a winter garden on the top floor of a building in the City of London, with a fantastic view of the city. And it’s free! 20

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Camden Town

Camden Town is an area of north central London that became famous for its craft market, which opened in the early 1970s, and especially for the audience it attracted. In

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Museum of Brands

You will take a journey through brands, packaging and products that tell the story of advertising from the Victorian era to the present day. The Museum of Brands, Packaging and

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Abbey Road

The Beatles’ Abbey Road is the famous street of the Liverpool singers in London. Fans of the London quartet should include the typical photo on the pedestrian crossing in their

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Oxford Street

Oxford Street is the queen of high streets. It is one of London’s most famous shopping streets, and home to a concentration of fast-fashion shops. When it comes to shopping

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5 airports in London

There are 5 airports in London: Heathrow, Gatwick, City, Stansted and Luton. At the first two, there is a fast train service to the centre (Heathrow Express and Gatwick Express).

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Soho

Soho is the most famous of all the cosmopolitan areas of modern London. Located near the fun West End, it is commonly known as Theatreland. Soho is also the oldest

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Piccadilly Circus

Contrary to its name, Piccadilly Circus is not a circus at all but a busy road junction linking five busy streets, including Regent Street and Piccadilly. The word ‘Circus’ comes

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