Travelling to London: story of a traveler
London is one of the most rewarding experiences we could have. Thus, one of our readers wanted to share with us your experience on your last trip to London:
The route starts at Greenwich where we take a boat across the Thames to the South Bank, cross Westminster Bridge to Waterloo and climb to London Eye to enjoy the view, finally descend to the bowels of the Tate Modern to see art first. Pointing the camera at the Cathedral of St. Paul, at the far end of the Millennium Bridge, without forgetting the Shakespeare `s Globe. Southwark Cathedral is worth seeing and if the Borough Market is open, the aromas help visitors to find delicious snacks.
The City: Area London called Square Mile dedicated to finance, houses two essential stops: Cathedral San Pablo and the Tower of London, is the oldest part of the city, although there are some pieces of modern architecture innovative pierce the sky, should not overlook the iconic Tower Bridge.
” Camden Town: a crucial stage of the whole London experience is an incursion into the north of the modern city. The Camden market is an attractive London not to be missed. Take a snack on the fly in the international food stalls is a great way to enjoy the products. The rich variety of dining, the vibrant nightlife and rich culture of pubs Camden are well known.
Thank you very much to our reader, and hopefully it has helped you decide to travel to this wonderful city.
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