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For a city that boasts of a population of more than 7 million people, London is considered to be quite narrow-minded in the sense that each of its neighborhoods are known to have their own identity and distinct history. From being one of the most visited cities in the world to being a major international center for commerce, history, art and culture, London is known to offer all sorts of travelers with a pleasant and exciting experience.

Central London is considered to be the place to be while in the city. Some of the major symbols of the city – the cabbies, the iconic red buses, the Royal Family, the Houses of Parliament, the London Stock market – they’re all located here. A vast number of restaurants, attractions, hotels, shopping avenues and nightclubs can also be found in the area.

The fact that London is immersed in history also adds to its charm. Its historic glamour and old world antiquity is perfectly showcased by iconic sights and monuments such as the Tower of London, the Westminister Abbey, the Buckingham Palace, Big Ben, and the Monument. However, the city is not just about history and culture. It also boasts of a quirky, creative and innovative side that allows it to come up with unique constructions such as the Shard, the Gherkin and the Aquatics Centre. It is this beautiful blend of the past and the present that makes London so intoxicating for its visitors – with architectural grandeur, ancient remains, beautiful galleries and riverside pubs to choose from – all you need to do is take your pick.

Someone had rightly said that the biggest difference between the Americans and the English is that the Americans believe that 100 years is an extremely long time while the English believe that 100 miles is way too far. This quote was the perfect way of summing up a country that might be smaller that US states, but still boasts of having one of the richest, most influential and glamorous past. And at the very epicenter of this rich and glamorous past lies London – the capital of England since ages.

Travelers have also termed London as a living museum that consists of vast and varied sights. From the Neolithic Monument of Stonehenge to the beautiful multicultural sights of the 21st century, London offers almost every sort of sight and attraction and manages to excel in most. The locals are also known for their polite and reserved attitude, but their hospitality is quite famous all over the world.

London is also considered to be a food lover’s paradise. It has rapidly emerged as the food capital of Europe and is home to some of the most beautiful and exquisite restaurants in the world. Whether you prefer Michelin starred restaurants, local pubs, beautiful eateries or multicuisine affairs, you always have thousands of restaurants to choose from. What makes this feat even more unique is that London manages to capture the foodie’s imagination without having a single local delicacy that has much to write about.

If you’re visiting London, you have  access to a wide range of sights and attractions to choose from. Some of the most popular things to do in the city include visiting the Tower of London, the Buckingham Palace, enjoying the London Eye, taking a trip on the iconic red bus, checking out the bustling Trafalgar Square and the revered St. Paul’s Cathedral, exploring the wonders of the London Zoo and shopping away to glory in Camden Market and Oxford Street.

2019-04-15T13:18:39+00:00September 29th, 2014|Location Spotlight|

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