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A TRIP TO LONDON
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musicals & concerts
The Phantom of the Opera is a epic musical that combine romance, terror, mysteri and tragedy. The history is about mysteriouse man who terroritze the Paris Opera and want to demand attention a young singer that he loves . Christine.
Where: Her Majestys Theatre. Haymarket, St James, London, SW1Y 4QL € 44,20
The acclaimed adaptation of the popular British film, Billy Elliot: The Musical features music by Elton John and is directed by Stephen Daldry. It's the moving story of a working class boy who falls in love with ballet . He's got a talent never seen for to dance and he will change their life.
Where: Victoria Palace Theatre, Allington Street, Westminster, London, SW1E 5E
Thriller-Live it's a tribute to the music of Michael Jackson and the Jackson 5, After three tours in U.K. and to be ovatined across Europe is now in London's West the King of Pop world.
Where: Lyric Theatre. Shaftesbury Avenue, St James, London, W1D 7ES
Gran organ festival.
Concerts in Westminster cathedral on wednesdays evenings comencing at 7,30 p.m. and last aproximately 75 minuts. Admission to each concert is free.
Where: Westminster Cathedral Peter Stevens. 23th july
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The Jack the Ripper's murders was a very important impact on society, occurred in the East End of London in 1888. Today we can found the places where elegy to victims.
The Duke of Darkness - gifted actor and star London Walks guide Shaughan - presented his "deliciously spooky" Ghost Walk. Gold Medal Award Winner in 2008 and 2009: Best Tourism Experience in London (2008).
LONDON IS A CITY MADE FOR WALKING.
There are a lot of markets in London. Here you are!
Here you'll find clothes and accessories , pieces of art, food and furnishings
There are numerous stalls offering everything from fruit and bread.
Is an architectural piece. Along with the speciality shops, restaurants and cafès.
The JAZZ CAFE is something of an institution in London's live music.
5 Parkway London NW1
If we want to walk quietly ...
A Japanese restaurant fantastic and totally recommended.
61 Brewer Street.
An example menu, Salmon Teriyaki. Grilled salmon with vegetable and teriyaki sauce.
Restaurant. For about 15 drinks, an entree, a selection of tapas and desserts. There are different menus and cheaper is Barcelona menu & 15
23-24 Maiden Lane, Covent Garden London, WC2E 7NA
is a family run modern Spanish Restaurant located in Croydon, South London, specialised in authentic Spanish cuisine.
323, Portobello Road
An example menu. Mixed salad, Grilled Pork Fillets with Potatoes & Onions and soft drink
It is an Italian restaurant located in London's Soho . It's simple, not expensive and the food is good.A medium pizza is around 8 pounds, antipasti about 6 pounds, the dishes of different types of pasta about 8 or 9 pounds ...
Open daily from 12 am to 11 pm.
101 Dean Street (Soho)
It distinguises for the quality of its products. All imported from Italy.
Their menu is quite small and offers cold dishes of Tuscan food (8-15 pounds). It is also a wine shop. There are two locations, one in
and another in
London is a meeting point
for all countries and becomes ideal
place to experience flavors from the world.
Best to eat in London are the Argentinian,
Mexican, Italian, Indian, etc.., restaurants.
But usually are very expensive.
Eat well and cheaper in London
is not possible.
In Portobello market there are stalls to eat on the street. Just in Camden Town. If you like Chinese food, you can also use to eat when visiting Chinatown. There are some that are buffet, so you can try several things.
In London have pubs for everyone, and fortunately, you always find some will be their prefered
Eating out in Pubs
Ye Olde Cheshire Cheese
one of the historic pubs of London to be visited. Since 1667 they are serving pints. This pub is located at 145 Fleet Street and is a small venue with an outdoor street what is full of people having a good pinta. Essential.
The Shakespeare Tavern
an ideal place to end a trip to London thanks to its privileged position near Victoria Station in Buckingham Palace Road 99 place. The last opportunity to take a good pint before catching the bus or train to the airport. Very interesting variety of beers and good food.
The British Museum
• Adress: 44 Great Russell St, WC1B 3DG.
• Venue website: www.britishmuseum.org.
• Opening hours: Daily 10am-5.30pm; Fri 10am-8.30pm (selected galleries only, ring for details).
• Price: admission charge applies for some temporary exhibitions
British Museum. Is one of the world's oldest museums,
it's vast and its collections, only a fraction of which
can be on public display at any time. First-time visitors generally head for the mummies, the Rosetta Stone,
Lindow Man, the Lewis Chessmen and the Sutton Hoo
The Great Court, which is open Sat-Wed 9am-6pm, Thur,
Fri 9am-8.30pm, is a vast and beautiful covered piazza, designed by Foster and Partners, surrounding the free reference library in former Round Reading Room.
• Adress: Bankside, SE1 9TG.
• Venue website: www.tate.org.uk.
• Opening hours: Mon-Thu, Sat, Sun 10am-6pm; Fri 10am-10pm (last adm 45 mins before closing).
• Transport: Tube: Southwark/Blackfriars
This powerhouse of modern art is awe-inspiring even before you enter, thanks to its industrial architecture. Built after World War II as Bankside Power Station, it was designed by Sir Giles Gilbert Scott, architect of Battersea Power Station. The Power Station shut in 1981; nearly 20 years later, it opened as an art museum, and has enjoyed spectacular popularity ever since. The permanent collection features heavy-hitters such as Matisse, Rothko, Bacon, Twombly and Beuys.
On the ground floor there is a crowded restaurant for have a lunch and on the fifth floor there is a cafeteria with a spectacular views over the Thames and Millenium bridge
Look at this!
The National Gallery
Founded in 1824 to display a prívate collection of just 36 paintings, today the National Gallery is home to more than 2,000 works. There are masterpieces from virtually every European school of art.
It Contains masterpieces by Dutch, Flemish, French, Italian and Spanish Masters. Like Correggio, Titian, Raphael, Manet, Van GoghOld Spanish masters.
You can’t see everything in one visit to the National Gallery, but the free guided tours and audio guides will help you make the most of your time.
Queens park hotel
The hotel is just a few minutes' walk from Queensway, with its late-night shopping, cosmopolitan restaurants and the famous Whiteley's shopping centre. Oxford Street is less than 1.5 miles (2.4 km) away.
Queensway London Underground Station is just 350 metres away and is on the Central line, with direct services to Oxford Circus, Chancery Lane and St. Paul's. The hotel is just over 800 metres from Paddington Railway Station, for the Heathrow Express train service.
The en suite rooms have in-room safes and tea/coffee.
A hot buffet breakfast is available every day in the Kings Restaurant.
Just metres from Queensway and Bayswater London Underground Stations and close to Hyde Park and Kensington Gardens, the Queens Park Hotel offers comfortable en suite rooms.
Situated in Bayswater, just off the Bayswater Road, the Queens Park Hotel has a good location, within easy reach of some of London's most popular attractions.
The Z hotel Victoria
Situated in the central London district of Victoria, The Z Hotel Victoria offers compact and luxury accommodation in a contemporary design. Free Wi-Fi is available and Victoria Rail and Tube Stations and Buckingham Palace are just a 5-minute walk away.
The Z hotel’s rooms are stylishly designed in a modern fashion and feature a 40-inch LED TV with Satellite package including movie and sports channels.
There is the Z Café for guests to enjoy, which sells a freshly cooked breakfast each morning. There is a choice of ciabattas, fruit salad and cereals for breakfast. Seasonal soups, baguettes and platters are served throughout the day.
Buckingham Palace and gardens as well as St James’s Park are just half a mile from the hotel. Victoria Coach Station is also easily accessible and is just a 5-minute walk away. Gatwick Airport can be reached in 30 minutes from Victoria Train Station.
Located less than 100 metres from Hyde Park, the Central Park Hotel is just a 2-minute walk from Queensway Underground Station. A 24-hour front desk is provided and Kensington’s shops, bars and restaurants are within 15 minutes’ walk of the Central Park Hotel.
Oxford Street’s shops can be reached after a 5-minute tube journey from Queensway Underground, whilst Buckingham Palace and its gardens are just a 20-minute tube journey away. Paddington Railway Station is a 15-minute walk away, offering access to the Heathrow Express.
A satellite TV, tea and coffee facilities and a hairdryer are provided in each basic room. All rooms at this guest accommodation have a private bathroom with a selection of toiletries.
Light snacks and a range of drinks are available in the spacious lounge area. There is also a contemporary cocktail bar and a full breakfast is served daily.
There are good and nice hotels in London but there are very expensive for youth english students.
Vegetarian Café. Food made with natural ingredients. The aim is to offer vegetarian food full of flavour and wholesome ingredients.
Your concept is simple. they display ten hot dishes, which are inspired from around the globe, together with colourful seasonal salads. Choose a small, medium or large container. The price is between &15 - &25
92 Berwick Street, Soho, London W1F OQD
other museums are...
The National Maritime Museum
The Imperial War Museum
In Greenwich Park
Located in Lambeth Road
Cockneys have their pearly "kings and queens". They take their name from the pearly buttons on their clothes. They work in London's street markets, but they don't dress in pearly clothes every day.
"Cokney" is a Londoner , but not every Londoner is a real Cokney. The real Cokneys can hear Bow bells -the bells of St Mary le bow- from their hauses.
The espeaker: there are speakers every Sunday in Hyde Park, and every day near the Tower of London
A city workers. You can see a large number of men in the City with dark suits. They work in a bank
A policeman. If you are in a trouble, he can help you
And a lots of tourists
Barcelona to London
London to Edimburgh
19/ 07/ 2014
Barcelona to London by Plain Low Cost.
Departure 10:45 Barcelona airport (BCN)
Arrival 12:33 Southend airport (SEN)
4 passengers x € 37.79 (taxes included)
Promotion Atrápalo.com €-76
Price flight for €75,16
Southend airport to central London by Train.
Each about 8 minut a frequency that goes from airport to London Liverpool Station a short distance north of the city.
The ride during 55 minuts and the cost of the ticket is 18,5 pounds. With your train ticket you get a 2 x1 deal on tickets to many temporay exhibitions of musems and galleries.
Central London to Luton airport by Bus.
In colaboration with Green Line the service connects to Luton Airport. Get on the bus in Victoria Station.
Travel time 1hour 15 minuts.
The ticket is 10.00 pounds.
Luton airport to Edimburgh by Plain Low Cost.
Departure 20:10 Luton airport (LTN)
Arrival 21:20 Edimburgh airport (EDI)
4 passengers x € 65,23 8taxes included)
Promotion Atrápalo.com €-76
Price flight for € 184,92
Edimburgh airport to Barcelona by plain Low Cost
Departure 17:15 Edimburgh airport (EDI)
Aririval 21:00 Barcelona airport (BCN)
4 passengers x € 57,52 (taxes included)
Promotion Atrápalo.com € -52
Price flight for €178,06
Who is Who?
London is an exciting city and there are a lots of museums and art Galleries. Most of their permanent collections are free to enter, so you can explore London's museums marvels without expend cash!!
The Apple office
of the Beatles at 3 Savile Row. On the roof of the building, the Beatles celebrated the last live concert.
In 221b Baker Street is the
Sherlock Holmes Museum
where are represented most important detective’s rooms of all time The house is protected by the government due to its "special architectural and historical interest"
The Temple Church
is a 12th-century. Located between Fleet Street and the River Thames, built for and by the Knights Templar as their English headquarters. It was heavily damaged during the Second World War but has been largely restored. It is a circular church has become famous for its effigy tombs and for Codigo da Vinci.
In Crown Passage near Pall Mall is the
Red Lion Pub,
which has the 2nd oldest license sale of beer in London and where the last Saturday in January to meet gentlemen S.XVII style to honor Carlos I
to the corner of Grove End Road the beatles took pictures served to illustrate the album of that name, and each August 8 is crossed by a lot of people
What do you prefer a lovely little museum or a top ten one?
it's up to
What about The National Portrait Gallery?
The NPG is an art gallery in London housing a collection of portraits of historically important and famous British people. It was the first portrait gallery in the world when it opened in 1856.
The Wallace Collection is a National museum wich displais the wonderful works of art collected in the eigteenth and nineteenth centuries by the first four Marquesses of Hertford and Sir Richard Wallace, the son of the 4th Marquess. It was bequeathed to the British nation by Sir Richard's widow, Lady Wallace in 1897.
Wallace collection open daily from 10 am-5pm. Free admisions including temporary exhibitions and it's conveniently located in Central London just a few minutes walk from Oxford Street, Baker Street and Marylebone Village.
Something you can see in Wallace Collection
The London Underground is the best way to travel for tourists.
There is a metro station near where you want to go (we have 12 subway lines) and around them is very easy.
For tourists visiting London can be very confusing to decide what kind of bus pass purchase.
The answer is not simple, it all depends ...Is very important planificar previously we want to visit.
The Travelcard and Oyster Card cards are passes for use on public transport in London.
The Travelcard can be purchased very easy and also save you money and time.
Edimburgh to Barcelona
Old Cheshire Cheese
is the oldest pub in London. Known since the seventeenth century, the Old Cheshire Cheese had as regulars characters like Mark Twain, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle and Charles Dickens that mentioned in the novel "A Tale of Two Cities". It is located in Fleet Street, downtown street famous for hosting the headquarters of the major English newspapers until the eighties.
If we want to listen and feels
the pleasure of music...
If we want to spend a night of terror with ghosts and killers.
London city has famous places which
are visited by everyone: Big Ben,
London Eye, Buckingham Palace,
Westminster Abbey, Piccadilly Circus,
British Museum, ... but there is another
London less visited
is one of the world's oldest museums, only a fraction of which collections can be on public disply at any time. First time visitors generally head for the mummies, the Roseta Stone, Lindow Man, ewis Chessman and the Sutton Hoo Ship Burial.
The Great Court which is open Sat-Wed 9am-6pm. Thu-Fri 9am.8,30pm, is a vast and beautiful covered piazza designed by Foster and Partners, surronding the free reference library in former Round Reading Room.
Adress: 44 Great Russell St, WC 1B ·DG
Venue Website: www.britishmuseum.org.
Opening hours: daily 10am-5,30pm;Fri 10am-8,30pm.
Price: admision charge applies for some temporary exhibitions
The Royal Family
Summer holidays to London. je, je, ...
The beefeaters are soldiers. Their real name is Yeoman Warders of the Tower. Their clothes are the clothes of royal guards of the year 1500. They guard the Tower and the Crown Jewels