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london is open for shopping, eating and sleeping
If you are coming to London, it’s possible you don’t have inside knowledge of the top places to go for food, retail therapy and to rest your head as day turns to night.  This city is packed full of an impressive array of restaurants, shops, hotels, and apartments that will suit all tastes but it...
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Guide to tipping in London
The tipping culture in London can seem tricky, which rules apply? Is it the same as your home country, or even other countries you have visited? We’ll cover tipping etiquette in restaurants, pubs, taxis, hotels and tipping in general. So if you’re visiting London and want our tips, then read on. Tipping in London Restaurants...
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The Tate Britain London
Whether you’re a London local or just visiting, there’s no denying that the city is home to some of the world’s best art galleries. From world-renowned institutions like the Tate to more niche galleries showing modern and contemporary art, there’s something for everyone. Many of London’s art galleries are free to enter, making them the...
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Portico Entrance to the National Gallery London
The National Gallery in London is probably the most famous art museum in the country. It has art pieces from famous artists like Da Vinci, Botticelli, and Van Gogh. Founded in 1824 and located on the North side of Trafalgar Square, this art museum contains one of the world’s largest collections of diverse pieces. Paintings...
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Wildflowers at the Tower of London Superbloom
The Tower of London will transform the dry moat around the medieval castle into a spectacular flower display called The Superbloom for the Queens Platinum Jubilee. Following the Death of Queen Elizabeth II on 8th September 2022 we have decided to leave this Superbloom article unchanged as a small but lasting reminder of the service...
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River of Hope on the Mall
Following the Death of Queen Elizabeth II on 8th September 2022 we have decided to leave this Platinum Jubilee article unchanged as a small but lasting reminder of the service and achievements of our longest serving monarch.Denisa&Mark – Let me show you London This year, 2022, marks the Queens Platinum jubilee meaning Her Majesty Elizabeth...
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The tower of London Ceremonies
The Tower of London is a medieval palace in the centre of London, since the middle ages many customs and traditions have developed, based largely around keeping the fortress secure. Luckily for us, despite its setting in a modern city, many of the ancient ceremonies have been preserved. The Ceremony of the Keys is undoubtedly...
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New Years eve fireworks in London
The easiest answer is really that any time is a good time to visit London. However, the weather and the lower tourist numbers, mean that the shoulder season of spring or autumn are often the best time to visit London. There is so much on offer in each season though in London, with different sights...
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Whether you’re planning a visit, researching, or just curious about the history of this amazing Royal Palace, we have everything you need to know about the Tower of London. Check out the list of questions we hear most frequently on our London tours and then you can amaze your friends and family with your encyclopaedic...
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Whether you’re planning a visit, researching, or just curious about this amazing church, we have everything you need to know about St Paul’s Cathedral. Browse the list of questions we are asked most frequently by our guests and amaze your friends with your encyclopedic knowledge, they don’t need to know where you got it from...
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