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Greenwich Market the only market that is located in a place on the World Heritage List of UNESCO. The market is a perfect place if you are looking for art and handmade products, unique gifts and rare antiques and collectibles. The market prefers sellers who make their own products, so many sellers are here every
Harrods is the best known and most exclusive department store in London. Named after Charles Henri Harrod, who started a grocery store here in 1849. Since then, Harrods has become synonymous with exclusive and expensive shopping. The motto of the store is Omnia Omnibus Ubique or All things, for everyone, everywhere. With more than 300
Blackfriars Bridge is located between the Waterloo Bridge and the Blackfriars Railway Bridge. The bridge is named after the Dominican monastery that used to be here. (Dominicans are called black brothers in England because of their black robes) and now runs from the Inns of Court to Tate Modern. The first connection at Blackfriars was
The London Dungeon can be described as a museum of simulated horror from the past. You travel back in time to the dark side of European history. With more than 40 exhibitions, the museum is unsuitable for people with a weak heart and small children. The museum has a wide variety of attractions including up-to-date
A trip with a narrow boat over the beautiful Regent’s Canal is definitely recommended. With an authentic narrow boat, you’ll cruise past beautiful houses, through tunnels and through the London Zoo. The London Waterbus Company has the largest range of sailings and opportunities. You can sail from Little Venice to Camden Lock and visit the
The Emirates Air Line is a cable car that allows you to cross the Thames from North Greenwich or the Docklands. On a beautiful day you have a magnificent view of the Docklands, Canary Wharf, London City Airport and the Thames Barrier. You can also, if you look in the direction of North Greenwich and
Explore more than 130 hectares of landscapes and gardens, stroll along a tall tree path and walk through tropical greenhouses in one of the world’s most famous botanical gardens. There is a lot to do and see in Kew Garden. Always check their website for the actual programm!
In the Sherlock Holmes Museum you can experience how Sherlock Holmes and Doctor Watson lived on 221b Baker Street from 1881-1904, according to the stories of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. The house was last used as a guest house in 1936 and the famous study on the 1st floor, from which you overlook Baker Street,