London, the british capital
A prime destination for businessmen and tourists from across the globe, London is one of the world’s most visited cities.
The world’s leading financial centre, shopping and fashion paradise, artistic and cultural stronghold, the English capital with its iconic monuments, from Buckingham Palace to Westminster Abbey and the Tower of London, makes any trip worthwhile.
Useful information about London
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Dressing up at the Cyberdog in Camden
Who said the English were phlegmatic? Not only do they know how to party, but they also know how show a certain “crazy” side. The proof ? The Cyberdog in Camden, a totally off-the-wall shop where you can accessorize your holiday outfits, stock up on gadgets or dye your hair pink. All in an incomparable futuristic atmosphere.
Strolling Through the Mecca of Contemporary Art
Art lovers of all kinds will enjoy the best of what eclectic London has to offer. Head for the Saatchi Gallery, a small nugget of Chelsea containing several exhibitions that are worth stopping for. Don’t forget about the highly anticipated event of 2016, Exhibitionism: The Rolling Stones.
Conducting an Investigation at 221B Baker Street
For the unconditional fans of the legendary Sherlock Holmes, go back in time and find yourself in the Victorian Era! Arthur Conan Doyle’s famous hero welcomes you in his house to unravel, between reconstituted folklore and unusual anecdotes, the threads of his most famous investigations.
Attending a Clown Mass at the Holy Trinity
Humour is a religion in London, so don’t miss out on the mass that pays homage to Joseph Grimaldi. Once a year, all the city’s clowns converge on the Holy Trinity Church in Hackney, to conclude their trek in front of the work of London’s famous magician who died in 1837. Naturally, in costume, with shoes and with a red nose.
Enjoying London’s Best Fish and Chips
The epitome of English cuisine, fish and chips can be found in pubs and restaurants all over London. You can order this meal of battered fish and fries at any time of the day. And where’s a good spot to try this iconic British dish? Golden Hind on Marylebone Lane, where it has been a speciality for more than a century…