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15 January 2015 UK 1 comment

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London, the proud capital of England, is a city that serves as an interesting tourist spot for a diverse range of people. There are many sites of cultural and historic importance that will teach a lot about England’s history. Also, London contains many world class museums which contains some great treasures of the world. When it comes to touring London there are certain places that you cannot miss.

Museum of London

This museum presents a vivid picture of London’s turbulent past. We all know London as it is today. But only a few know about pre-historic London and this is your chance to know about it. It shows how this city was transformed into a beauty under the Romans and the Saxons. It also throws light on medieval London and the happenings that rocked the city like the civil wars, plague and fire. The highlight of this museum, however, is the Galleries of Modern London. The streets of Victorian London which contains some wonderful gardens are re-created in this gallery. This museum is open from Monday to Sunday. The timings are from 10am to 6pm. The museum will be closed from 24th to 26th December.

 

Lord’s Cricket Ground

For all the cricket enthusiasts, this is surely the place to be. The Lord’s Cricket Ground is known as the home of cricket. It is also called by many cricket experts as the Mecca of Cricket as this is the stadium where cricket was officially launched. This stadium belongs to the Maryleborne Cricket Club more popularly known as MCC among the cricketing community. This stadium was built in 1787 when cricket was still in its very early stages. It is the longest surviving cricket ground in the world and has a rich history behind it. You can get a great inspiration and a good feel, here at the birth place of cricket.

A high quality accommodation is the fundamental requirement of anyone who travels. The Shaftesbury metropolis Hyde Park London is the best place to stay in London if you are traveling this city. There are many facilities and luxuries in this hotel that makes it the best.

The major advantage is its location. It is situated in the Paddington work area which is close to many of the important places in London. This is a non-smoking zone. It has some great amenities like deluxe beds, clean and modern bathrooms and plasma TVs. Also, a complimentary broadband connection is provided. The room service provided here is wonderful. There is a quick and proper response to all the services that you ask for.

A wonderful restaurant with a warm ambiance serves some of the delicious local delicacies. This is accompanied by a high style bar that offers many interesting alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages. On the whole, the serene atmosphere of this hotel makes your stay here a pleasant experience. For those who are on a tour to London, the Shaftesbury Metropolis is the best choice without any doubt.

 

London awaits you and so pack your bags, plan your trip, book your room and be here at this amazing city.

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  1. Milana91 says:

    There are countless places to visit in London, it is really an amazing city. I was stunned by the architecture and old buildings. I can’t believe that it was all so well-preserved for so many years. The city’s public transportation is also well organized, so I didn’t have to waste my time trying to catch a taxi from one to the other end of the city. I made my research and made myself a little guide of what should be my priority among all the attractions in London. It can help you to organize your time and do as many things as you can. You can find some great tips on the internet, here are some useful links

    http://thebackpackers.net/information/top-attractions/
    http://www.visitlondon.com/things-to-do/sightseeing/london-attraction/top-ten-attractions

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