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Taxi
London has 2 types of taxis – the ...
From the Airport
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Driving Tips
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Metro
Commonly referred to as the ‘Tube’, ...
Buses
London has an ...
Car for Hire
Hiring a car is best if you are ...
London in a Day
It is virtually impossible to see the whole of London in a day. There is just something about the ...
Lord Mayor's Show
The Lord Mayor of London, aboard his gilded carriage, becomes part of a ...
Promenade Concerts (The Proms)
Launched in 1895, the Henry Wood Promenade Concerts, touted as the world’s ...
London Fashion Week
London Fashion Week is among the most anticipated events in the calendar of the who's who of the ...
When to go
During summer, London's bountiful green spaces fill up with office workers and tourists enjoying ...

London, United Kingdom

 

London Today
London is a thriving metropolis and a city that truly symbolizes multiculturalism at its best. With a population of nearly 10 million and home to more than 300 different linguistic groups, London is the epitome of diversity and a melting pot of cultures. It is this rich diversity of cultures perhaps that makes this city a centre for the arts, media, fashion and education. London is also an important business and financial centre and home to the headquarters of some of the world's biggest banks and financial institutions. London had given to the world, not only a glorious past but also a rich a

London Back Then
The first settlement in the area that is now London was established by the Romans after their conquest of Britain in 43AD. Many a wars and battles were fought over the city as it slowly emerged into a prosperous and thriving city, until William the Conqueror was crowned the King of England in 1066.  A fairly stable monarchy followed, that continues to this day. Over the years the city has witnessed many upheavals- the Great Plague, the Great Fire, the English Civil War and the two World Wars. Despite all odds, London has developed, expanded and grown into the flourishing metropolis we see

One Aldwych
This award winning hotel was built in 1907 as the headquarters of the Morning Post Newspaper. The ho
The Lanesborough
Situated a stone’s throw distance from the Buckingham Palace, this grand ho
The Ritz
This century old hotel has been providing exceptional service to its rich and
The Savoy
If hotels had a superstar, Savoy would be it. Every brick of this swish hotel
The Hempel
Designed by renowned British designer, Anouska Hempel, The Hempel is a luxury 5 star boutique hotel
The Zetter
Located in the heart of Clerkenwell, the Zetter was once a warehouse. Since i

Oxford Street
Oxford Street without doubt is the King of shopping streets, or should we say the ‘Queen’ of sho
Bond Street
Home to flagship stores of international designers such as Prada, Chanel, Ralph Lauren and Gucci, Bo
Harrods
Harrods is the rich man’s answer to Wal-Mart. London’s most famous department store traces its h
Selfridges
Selfridges is the second largest retail store in London, after Harrods. Centrally located on Oxford
Fortnum & Mason
Department store; food/drink This 300 year old regal and exotic store is a food connoisseur’s del
Hamleys Kids toys
One of the world’s largest toy stores, Hamleys traces its history back to the 16th century. The st

Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Championships
The last week of June and the first week of July sees sports fans flocking to
Promenade Concerts (The Proms)
Launched in 1895, the Henry Wood Promenade Concerts, touted as the world’s greatest classical musi
Chelsea Flower Show
Hailed as the ultimate event in the gardening calendar, the Chelsea Flower Show is all about getting
Notting Hill Carnival
If you are in London at this time of the year, make sure you don't miss out on this one. Touted as E
Chinese New Year Celebrations
New Year's Day, the single most important festival of the Chinese, is celebrated in late January/ mi
Flora London Marathon
A much awaited event, the 26 mile long course is attended by athlethes from far and near. With 

Gourmet Burger Kitchen
Tasty burgers, fresh ingredients, friendly service and reasonable prices- too good to believe but ab
Mash
Mash is an innovative combine of restaurant, bar, micro-brewery and deli. Housed in a cheerful, brig
Baltic
Because of its location, this swish trendy bar attracts a large working crowd and serves an assortme
Bumpkin
The restaurant’s tagline reads: For city folk who like a little country living. And that is exactl
Nobu
If you’re looking for Japanese food with a twist, look no further. This top class restaurant has b
Café Emm
Because this hugely popular restro-café has a strict no-booking policy, you have to be prepared to

Fast Facts
Location: London is located in the south east of England on the banks of the River Thames                   Dialing code:        Country code 44        Local city code 20
       For example, if you are dialing a London number from outside of UK the number will be 00 44 20 xx xxx xxx

Emergency numbers

·    Police- 100/ 442 4444
·    Fire  - 999/ 442 2345
·    Ambulance- 999
·    General Emergency  911
·    Tourist Information Helpdesk  +44 (0)8701 566 366
·    Car Breakdown Service-
·    Highway Patrol-
·    Telephone Directory Services-
·     Airport Enquiry-  
·     Railway Enquiry-   Population:
7.5 million ( metropolitan area)
Languages- English is the main language and is widely spoken and understood. London is however, home to people, who speak over 300 different languages.
       Electicity:
      240 volts AC, 50 Hz, three square pin plugs are standard.
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What to do with kids in tow
London is a very child friendly city. When visiting London, you will see that there are enough places and activities to keep you and your ...
Health and Safety
London is largely a secure city and it is safe to venture out late at night, except in a few areas such as North End of Notting Hill, in ...

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