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Moving around in Great Britain - transportation

Locals don’t move between cities by buses; they use trains instead. It will be much more comfortable, although the ticket price for trains is much higher. About 50 years ago, the railway line across the territory of the modern kingdom was in a very poor state. However, the authorities took action, and now the railway network in the UK is one of the best in Europe. The cost of the ticket depends on the class of the train and the length of the way. It is worth noting that you can get even to the most remote villages. Between the regions of the kingdom and between coastal cities, one can travel by means of water transport. In particular, you can use ferries. Special boats, water taxis, yachts and a variety of sightseeing small ships cruise the Thames. … Open

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Travel guide to London

St. Paul's Cathedral.
St. Paul's Cathedral is the fifth church dedicated to St. Paul, the patron saint of London, built on this site. The first wooden church stood here back in 604 BC. Today's St. Paul's Cathedral was raised after its predecessor was burnt down in the Great Fire of London in 1666. The construction lasted about 40 years. Even when finished, the church was renewed periodically … Open

Review of luxury hotels

The choice of luxury hotels in London is indeed a wide one, but Hotel Cafe Royal still deserves the attention of travelers. Open in a fully restored building, the hotel offers posh guest rooms with wooden décor. The most discerning guests usually prefer to book the magnificent suite that has a spacious bathroom with marble décor and panoramic windows. The daily rate of the premium suite is also expensive – more … Open

London for children - what to visit

When you feel tired of museums, it’s high time to visit the London Zoo. This is one of the biggest and most interesting zoos in the world, and one of the rare places where visitors can see rare animals brought from distant tropical countries. Thanks to hard work of experienced specialists, the zoo provides a comfortable living space for animals. That’s why animals look and feel good, and they are very … Open

Stylish hotels

One of the most prestigious designer hotels in London, Rosewood London is open in a luxurious historical building on High Holborn Street. All guest rooms have an individual design, even the furniture in these rooms is made by individual order. All rooms are mostly made in classic shades and look very aristocratic with round wooden tables, premium leather armchairs, and bathrooms with décor made of Italian marble. … Open

Shopping, streets and outlets

Fans of gastronomic shopping simply cannot leave the city without visiting the oldest and most interesting food market in London – Borough. Only the highest quality products are sold on this market, and the choice of food and other products is simply mesmerizing. Fantastic meat delicacies, dozens of sorts of cheese, popular national desserts, a giant choice of salty olives, seafood and spices – many of the … Open

Hotels with history of London

The Langham London is a true historical landmark of London. The opening of the hotel took place in 1865. For more than 100 years, the hotel has been serving famous and powerful people, including members of royal families. The luxurious hotel is famous not only for its history but also for ghosts that are rumored to live in it. For example, in room #333, visitors and maids saw a ghost of a man several times. The … Open

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