London Aquarium
Jan05

London Aquarium

Located in Central London, in the South bank of the Thames River, the London Aquarium holds one of Europe’s largest collections of marine life with around 400 fish species. Visitors could enjoy a mysterious and fascinating experience by exploring its 14 areas, each one dedicated to a specific marine zone: Rivers and Ponds, freshwater stream, Atlantic upper, Pacific upper, Indian Ocean, Ray pool, Atlantic lower, temperate waters,...

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Greenwich
Jan05

Greenwich

Greenwich is the city district located in the Southern bank of the Thames River. Declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1997 for its cultural, architectural and cientific value, it is worldwide known by its maritime and astronomic importance. Greenwich Mean Time settlement was based on the time caclulations done at the Royal Observatory. The current Prime Meridian (0º longitude) passes by this building and holds various curius...

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London Eye
Jan05

London Eye

Located in the Southern Bank of the Thames River, the London Eye is a Ferris wheel that has became an iconic landmark of modern London. From its glass observation capsules adventured passengers can see up to 40 km in a 360° direction. The London Eye is worldwide recognized as a stunning work of engineering and has received different national and international awards. Basic features: •    Height: 135 m. It’s the 4th tallest structure...

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Camden Town
Jan05

Camden Town

Located in Northern London, Camden Town is a city district where arts and popular expressions command. Even though the place was an isolated and dangerous bunch of farms frequented by highwaymen, nowadays it has a liberal attitude and a cosmopolitan atmosphere which is the result several immigrants’ settings beginning on the late 19th century (Irish) and all along the 20th century (Greek, Cypriot and Hindu among others). It is famous...

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Regent’s Park
Jan05

Regent’s Park

Located in the Northern part of Central London (partly in Westminster and partly in Camden), the Regent’s Park is not only the largest grass area for sports of the city, but it also offers a wide variety of activities. The Regent’s Park has a 166 hectares (410 acres) area with different attractions such as beautiful rose gardens(with more than 400 varieties of roses), a lake, an Open Air Theatre, the London Zoo, the Regent’s...

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Hyde Park
Jan05

Hyde Park

Located in the heart of the city, Hyde Park is one of the Royal Parks of London. Either by practicing some sports, or just by enjoying a café in one of its restaurants, the 142 hectares (350 acres) of the park offer the perfect place to relax and disconnect from the city’s stress. The Hyde Park was originally acquired by Henry VIII as a hunting ground, but its nature changed completely in 1637 when it was opened to the general public....

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