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London is the most famous cities in the world
You will have a great time during the day and all night long!

All about the stormy metropolis of Europe

Even if you have never visited it, you know exactly how it is, and even if you have lived it all your life, you know that you have not discovered anything


London is the capital of Great Britain and also the largest city in the whole country and also in all of Western Europe. London has always been one of the world's centers of power. It is a cosmopolitan capital filled with beauty and splendor, culture, art, attractions, fashion, history and an exceptional atmosphere that only London can feel. London, Oxford Street, Hyde Park, Buckingham Palace, Madame Tussauds, The Giant Wheel on the Thames, Trafalgar Square and Piccadilly Circus are some of the main attractions for tourists around the world, So many attractions in London and this is just part of what London has to offer. The markets, streets, musicals, SoHo and other lovely spots will also be waiting for you in London.


London is famed for its nightlife, offering world-class London theatres, top clubs in the West End, an alternative Camden scene, trendy nights out in Shoreditch and more. From evenings of comedy, theatre, music or a night out on the town, there are plenty of fun things to do in London at night.

Attractions in United Kingdom

Take the giant wheel, walk the glass promenade over the London Bridge, watch the change of guard at Buckingham Palace or stroll through the British Museum: London offers plenty of activities and sites


The London Symphony Orchestra, the London Philharmonic, the London Sinfonietta, the London Sinfonietta, the Philharmonic Orchestra, the Academy of Ancient Music, the Royal Academy of Music (orchestra), the Academy of St. Martin The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, the English Chamber Orchestra, the Enlightenment Orchestra and the British Broadcasting Corporation Orchestra. London also has the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden known worldwide.


The city of London is known as one of the major cultural centers in the world. As a capital city, it also contains the cultural centers of England and the United Kingdom as a whole. In London there are dozens of theater halls mainly concentrated in the West End in Westminster. Some of the best known theaters are the National Theater and the Palladium Theater. Every evening dozens of plays are shown in the city, attracting a large number of spectators. In the past, William Shakespeare even performed his plays in theaters in the capital

Travel to United Kingdom


London can be reached from a number of nearby airports including Heathrow, Stansted, Luton, Gatwick or City of London Airport.


Bicycles are easy to rent along the coast and on the islands, and cycling can be a great way to explore the islands. Relatively flat islands such as Pag and Mali Lošinj offer the most relaxed biking, but the winding, hilly roads on other islands offer spectacular views. Cycling on the coast or the mainland requires caution: most roads are busy, two-lane highways with no bicycle lanes. Some tourist offices, especially in the Kvarner and Istria regions, have maps of routes and can refer you to local bike-rental agencies.


Numerous ferries connect the main coastal centres and their surrounding islands year-round, with services extended in the tourist season. Split is the main hub, with the other major ports being Dubrovnik, Šibenik, Zadar and Rijeka. It's also possible to hire a yacht (with or without a crew) and explore under your own sail. Local boat-hire companies can be found in all of the main coastal towns, alongside the likes of UK-based Cosmos Yachting, which operates out of multiple ports.


Bus services are excellent and relatively inexpensive. There are often a number of different companies handling each route, so prices can vary substantially. Luggage stowed in the baggage compartment under the bus costs extra (around 10KN a piece). Note that buses between Split and Dubrovnik pass through Bosnian territory so you'll need to keep your passport handy.