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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Covent Garden

One of London’s central districts, Covent Garden is very popular with tourists, especially those with an active cultural life. Covent Garden is home to many of London’s theatres, fashionable shops,

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Royal Air Force Museum

The Royal Air Force Museum is a must-see for those who love aeroplanes. Although little known to the general public, the museum’s collection is impressive, including several aircraft used in

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The Shard

Is the tallest building in Western Europe, which offers a360-degree view of London and is open to visitors. In other words, you can have a unique view of the English

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Changing of the guard

The Changing of the Guard ceremony at Buckingham Palace in London is one of the city’s most popular tourist attractions. The most famous ceremony takes place at Buckingham Palace at

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