London, the capital city of England
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London, the capital city of England
London, the capital city of England, stands as one the world’s most important cities and tourist destinations in the world. The city is crossed by the Thames River. With more than 7 million inhabitants, an extensive underground system, residents from the four corners of the globe speaking a total of over 300 languages and representing all the world’s religions, London is a truly diverse city and a global metropolis. This fascinating cultural melting pot is something which Londoners take pride in. London buzzes night and day with an unforgettable energy, and each area of the city has its own distinct atmosphere. With several iconic landmarks dispersed in all parts of the city, the best way is to start from the centre. Travellers can easily reach continental Europe thanks to the Eurostar. London to Paris takes just 2h15.
London’s heart known as the City of London or simply the City is its commercial and financial heart. Top financial institutions have their headquarters there. The centre of London is an area which also has a dense concentration of landmarks, theatres, museums, nightspots and famous shopping areas like Covent Garden, Carnaby Street and Oxford Street. Starting out from there, you will discover the famous Big Ben Tower, the Westminster Abbey, the London Eye, the Tower Bridge and other wonders which are short distance from each other.
When in the City, visit the Tower of London. Its foundation was laid in 1078 when William the Conqueror ordered the White Tower to be built. This was done to protect London from invaders and the Normans from the people of the City of London. The other main attraction within the City is the St Paul’s Cathedral, built between 1675 and 1710.
In North London, you will discover a multicultural and vibrant region, which is steeped in history and renowned for its culture. Areas of interest include Hampstead Heath and Primrose Hill with their huge green spaces, fabulous views and village feel, characterful Camden with its eclectic market and live music scene, and Green Lanes, where you can enjoy Turkish, Greek and Kurdish food. Football fans can head to Arsenal to take a tour of the famous Emirates stadium.
The South is appreciated for its array of open spaces such as Clapham Common, the World Heritage Site at Greenwich and riverside Richmond. It’s popular for sporting attractions such as the Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum and cricket at The Kia Oval. It offers wonderful opportunities to escape from the hustle and bustle, from the village atmosphere of Barnes to historic stately homes and palaces such as Ham House and Hampton Court.
The East now claims its place with the London 2012 and one of the biggest and most modern shopping centres in the world. West London is remarkable for its leafy squares, fascinating museums and vibrant street markets. Here you will find upmarket Kensington and Chelsea, the peaceful streets and canals of Maida Vale, Hammersmith, which is home to some great riverside pubs, and the vibrant, multicultural communities of Shepherd’s Bush and Southall.
London is the mecca of global gastronomy. From European, Californian to Indian, Vietnamese, Pakistanis, Thai or Chinese food, everything is there! If you are an fan of Asian cuisine head to South London to Southall, Wembley (Ealing Road) or Tooting.
London has something for every taste. For fashion shops and boutiques head to Sloane Street. Marks and Spencer is located in Oxford Street. Marble Arch is home to Virgin, HMV, H&M, Top Shop, Borders, Next, Gap and Muji. Burberry, Aquascutum,Church’s,80 Jaeger, Country Casuals, Dickins and Jones and Hamleys are all located in Regent Street. Covent Garden is the place to go to find oriental handcrafts and food.
1 Palace Street, London, SW1E 5HE
Tel: + 44 (0) 20 7578 1400
The city’s tourist office has a helpful personnel, insider information and tips as well as handy maps and brochures. The city’s tourist office also arranges tours and excursions and is a focal point for local accommodation.
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Trains are a convenient way of reaching many towns and cities throughout Europe. The majority of cities in Europe have a minimum of one train station, while larger, more populated cities have two or more stations. Train stations, in general, are located in the heart of the city. Review the map below to get an idea of where the train station(s) in London can be found.
While trains are the convenient way to travel in Europe, planes are essential for bringing you from overseas. Major European cities are annexed to airports hubs, while important cities or towns are served by regional airports. London is annexed to United Kingdom.
London railway station(s)
London King’s Cross Train Station
Address: Euston Road N1 9AL LondonOpening hours: Monday to Friday: 5am to 1:36am
Saturday: 5am to 12:36am
Sunday: 5:30am to 1:36am Trains operating in and from this station:
High speed trains, Regional trains, Gatwick Express, Heathrow Express
Customer help points, Car parking, First Aid Centre, Accessible ticket machines, Wheelchairs, Lost and found, British Transport Police, Toilets, Luggage storage, Wi-Fi Internet, ATM and Phone cabins.
London St Pancras International Train Station
Address: Pancras Road NW1 2QP LondonOpening hours: Monday to Friday: 5:30am to 10pm
Saturday: 5:30am to 8pm
Sunday: 6:30am to 8:30pm Trains operating in and from this station:
High speed trains (Eurostar, Southeastern), Regional trains, East Midlands Trains
Customer help points, Car parking, Self-service machine, Lost and found, Tourist Office, British Transport Police, CCTV, Toilets, Luggage storage, ATM and Phone cabins.
London Stansted AirportLondon Stansted Airport is the Britain’s third-busiest airport, offering flights to more than 160 destinations in over 30 countries. Whether you’re arriving, connecting or departing, you’ll find all the assistance you need to make your journey easier and pleasant.
London Heathrow AirportLondon Heathrow Airport is the fifth airport in the world in terms of passenger traffic. You’ll find all the assistance you need to make your journey easier and enjoyable.
London Gatwick AirportLondon Gatwick Airport has two terminals and offers hundreds of destinations worldwide. From there, you’ll find all the assistance you need to make your journey easier and enjoyable.
Address: St Thomas street SE1 9SP London
London Charing Cr
Address: Strand Guoman Charing Cross WC2N London
Address: Euston Road NW1 2RT London
Address: Olympia Way W14 London
London King S Cro
Address: Euston Road N1 9AL London
Address: Bishopsgate EC2M 7QH London
Address: Harewood Row, Paddington NW1 6SE London
Address: Praed Street W2 1HQ London
London St Pancras
Address: Pancras Road NW1 2QP London
Address: Victoria Street Greater London SW1V 1JU London
London Waterl Dom
Address: Station Approach SE1 8SW London
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- "Very good experience" Luciene r. 28/01/2014
It was our first time travelling from London to Paris at Eurostar. It was really very good, the seats are comfortable, the train was clean and everything gone all right. Certainly we'll repeat the experience! Luciene Ardente / Rio de Janeiro / Brazil
- "Comfortable Service" Jun Bin l. 27/01/2014
- "ticket" Hussain Raza j. 24/01/2014
I have trevelled from paris to london on 14th jan 2014 ,the price of the ticket is veryyyyy high ,it was not acoording to the facilities .
- "peaceful journey" . 22/01/2014
comfortable, fast and safe
- "Convenient" Marcia c. 22/01/2014
It is convenient because you travel during the night, you can sleep and arrive in your destination and enjoy the day.
- "Hurry trip " Suet Yin w. 21/01/2014
It is so hard to find eurostar station in paris ,when we tried to ask the staff ,it was complicated too! As most of staff are not able to speak english …… Hopefully we get on the train in time ……
- "from London to Paris in 2 hour" Giora r. 21/01/2014
I enjoyed very much the experience of moving fast and convenient from the culture and language of central London to the French language and culture in the center of Paris.. This is not my first travel from London to Paris and back, but the first time on the express train, and I would definitely recommend this experience.
- "Our Trip" Elizabeth c. 16/01/2014
Was really great; it was good to see the French country side and we were amazed at seeing how many little villages there were. The collection of tickets at Paris Nord was easy and the counter staff were extremely helpful and friendly; just a bit difficult finding where to go at first - more signs are needed.
- "Rail vs Air" Ian c. 13/01/2014
It is unfortunate that 'rail' is currently more expensive than 'air' because the only thing that 'air' has going for it is speed! In terms of convenience, personal space, stress and the location of transport hubs, 'rail' wins hands-down. This journey made good sense for us and I would recommend it to those looking to get an extra day on the slopes and who are not over-fussed with sleeping in relatively cramped cabins.
- "EUROSTAR" . 12/01/2014
- "December trip" Gary p. 11/01/2014
- "paris to london" . 10/01/2014
- "trip was good" Viknesh v. 08/01/2014
Trip was comfortable and am satisfied with the experience.
- "Good comfort" Hui Hui c. 08/01/2014
- "Exceptional Holiday" Mathys d. 07/01/2014
We had a wonderfull holiday and the train trip was the highlight of our holiday. The service was excelent and the staff were great. Thank you for making it special.