Monthly Archives: April 2016

Why You Should Visit London’s Most Famous Piazza

Designed by architect John Nash and laid out in the 1830s, Trafalgar Square’s undoubtedly one of the UK capital’s most famous spots, both a major meeting place and melting pot for tourists and a home for political demonstrations and public … Continue reading

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Vintage London: The Capital’s Greatest Retro Delights

Should you like the idea of visiting the UK capital for its famed history of outstanding 20th Century design – basically if you love you something retro or vintage – then these are the highlights you must check out… Furniture … Continue reading

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Catch International Swimming at London’s Olympic Park

Were you one of those glued to the TV by the swimming pool-based antics at the fantastic fish-shaped Aquatics Centre during the 2012 Olympics and Paralympics? Well, now you’ve the opportunity to relive the experience in person as a pair … Continue reading

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Unusual London: 5 Fantastic Rare Things To See

If you’re a frequent visitor to London, you’ve doubtless checked-out many of the UK capital’s most famed delights already, but what about these rarer and, frankly, weirder ones…? Watch – as well as hear – Big Ben chime (SW1A 0AA) … Continue reading

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The weird and the wonderful: London’s alternative treasures

If you’re a seen-it-all,frequent visitor to London you might crave something quirky, nay downright weird, to check out on you next trip to the eclectic UK capital. In which case, how about making one of the following ‘attractions’your priority…? Davenport’s … Continue reading

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Budget Capital: Four of London’s Best – And Least Pricey – Attractions

Let’s face it, London’s undoubtedly pricey – but not always. Here’s a quartet of cheap and cheerful places you have to visit, each of them showcasing the capital’s diverse, eclectic culture… Chapel Market (77-78 Chapel Market N1 9EX) Portobello Road … Continue reading

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Pomp and Circumstance: Pageantry Attractions Not To Miss in London

Famed for its pivotal role in British Royal events, past and present, London enjoys an enormous pull among visitors thanks to its attractions associated with pageantry and prestige and pomp and circumstance… Trooping the Colour (11 June; Whitehall SW1A 2AX) … Continue reading

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A Visit That Won’t Break The Bank: London’s Affordable Accommodation

Simply one of the world’s most quintessential cities, London unfortunately also maintains a reputation for being one of the most expensive. Indeed, when it comes to price,a good number of its hotels offer rooms to rival any others anywhere else … Continue reading

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