London is one of the world's most visited metropolises, and with the endless possibilities to experience cultural and historical sights, followed by a hot cup of tea or an ice cold draft beer at one of the local eateries, you understand that well.
The amount of sights is overwhelming in London and there is something for everyone. Stroll through the charming shopping streets Bond Street, Oxford Street and Kensington High Street - and continue on to Notting Hill's colorful townhouses, small street shops and cozy cafés. London Bridge, Trafalgar Square, Westminster, Old Bailey and St. Paul's are all monumental experiences that adorn the urban space, and they can be experienced in many ways. For example on foot or with one of the many sightseeing buses.
You can also experience Europe's largest city from above by taking a ride on the London Eye, which is a completely unique experience. If you are more into culinary taste experiences, the city is also famous for its fantastic street kitchens and restaurants as well as their food markets, where it is possible to acquire fresh spices, freshly picked flowers and tasty ingredients.
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How do I get around
Public transport: bus, tube or train - getting around London is very easy.
London is a metropolis where an efficient way of transport is in focus. You therefore hardly run out of opportunities when your legs would rather not go any further. Their metro system is definitely the best and cheapest way to get around quickly, but a ride in a double-decker bus is an attraction in itself. The same can be said about their taxis, which are a somewhat more expensive solution and not necessarily faster.