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February 6, 2018

London Marathon – Greatest races in the World

Every spring, the streets of London are taken over by one of the greatest races in the world – the London Marathon. The London Marathon has been taking place annually since 1981 and it has steadily grown in popularity. Demand for places to take part is intense. This year, nearly 254,000 people wanted to run […] read more
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January 25, 2018

Shrove Tuesday

Like pancakes? Then London is definitely the place for you on Tuesday 13 February this year.  This is the date of one the UK’s oldest celebrations – Shrove Tuesday, sometimes described as Pancake Day. The exact date of this festival changes every year.  Although it takes place on a Tuesday, the exact date varies depending […] read more
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January 12, 2018

A Memorable Tour on London’s famed Buses

London’s famed buses are a popular way of getting round the city.  It’s quite quick, easy to use and provides a great way to see the buildings and scenes especially if you travel on the upper deck. London Transport bus routes cover the entire city both day and night.  All you need to do is […] read more
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December 6, 2017

Lumiere London: The Festival of Light

Anyone visiting London during the weekend of 18th to 21st January can expect an experience beyond their wildest dreams – and it is totally free! The London Lumiere has returned, turning London’s streets, buildings and gardens into a world of magic, mystery and light.  The first Lumiere took place in 2016 and attracted over 1.3m […] read more
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December 4, 2017

Top 5 Museum to visit

London has countless museums devoted to everything from medical history to art, ancient world and textiles.  Trying to decide which ones to visit can be hard.  Here are the top five museums in London, which are guaranteed to have something in their collections to interest everyone. The British Museum The British Museum should not be […] read more
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November 22, 2017

Christmas Attractions in London

Christmas in London is fantastic.  Everywhere you go, there are beautiful decorations, festive ice rinks, seasonal entertainment and a wonderful atmosphere.   Head for Trafalgar Square to see the massive 82 foot high Christmas tree. Every year since 1947, Norway has donated a tree in recognition of the way Britain provided support during the Seco read more
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