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United Kingdom Attractions

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The London Eye 4.0 stars
London Eye is located on the Thames, it is about 5 minutes walk from Waterloo station. When I visited the London Eye, I was very skeptical, but I absolutely enjoyed it, it was much better than I predicted. On the day I went, the weather was ... [more ]
Portobello Road Market 5.0 stars
When I visit a new city, one of the things I look for is a neighborhood that's conducive to just walking around. In London, Portobello Road is it. With so many things to look at, you don't even notice how far you walk along the street filled with ... [more ]
Camden Market 4.0 stars
If you’ve never been to London you can’t miss the market in Camden, Camden Lock Market. Apart from a lot of second-hand clothing you will find stalls with books, furniture, bric-a-brac, antiques, records, clubwear, crafts, food and tattooists. ... [more ]
Glastonbury Festival 5.0 stars
Not really well-known as a village in itself, but surely infamous for its festival which takes place each year in June, Glastonbury is well worth getting a ticket to. Having been for the past three years, I’ve met some incredible locals and ... [more ]
St Paul's Cathedral 4.0 stars
One of the first sights I would recommend to first time visitors in London is St Paul’s Cathedral. I saw this impressing cathedral the first time late at night about two years ago. I was on my way home and had to stop to look at it because it was ... [more ]
Tower Bridge 4.0 stars
The bridge famously known as the London Bridge is in fact called Tower Bridge. A rich American purchased the London Bridge and moved it, piece by piece, to Arizona, where you can see the London Bridge. That being said… it’s quite an ... [more ]
Westminster Abbey 4.0 stars
Westminster Abbey is one of London’s famous landmarks. The cost is £10.00 for adults and £7.00 for students. You have to have a valid student ID for concession prices. It can get crowded, particularly during the summer. Lots of tourists and ... [more ]
Trafalgar Square 4.0 stars
Tragalgar Square is such a beautiful place. Now that the pigeons are gone it is lovely to walk around the fountains, specially during summer season. Also in summer there are free opera screens and concerts. There are a couple of lovely cafés ... [more ]
Stonehenge 4.0 stars
You cannot visit the United Kingdom without stopping by Stonehenge! I recommend studying up on Stonehenge before you visit and getting one of the small guides for your visit. There is a well-planned winding trail that has several interesting ... [more ]
Piccadilly Circus 4.0 stars
Piccadilly Circus is one of those places where you really seem to be in the middle of it all. People like me who enjoy the hustle and bustle aspects of a big city feel right at home here. This is definitely not a place for a quiet drink, but if ... [more ]
Natural History Museum 5.0 stars
I love the London museums, not only because they are beautiful and have incredible works of art and history, but that almost all of them are free! The Natural History Museum in South Kensington is no exception. In front, in the winter, there is ... [more ]
Tate Gallery 4.0 stars
The Tate Modern is one of my favorite museums in London, and that is saying something. There is a rotating exhibit in the largest room. I’ve seen it full of white boxes, with a large wind turbine and, most incredibly, five large twisty slides. ... [more ]
Covent Garden 4.0 stars
You have many options to do on Saturdays in London. However, no matter how you will spend your day in the city, I would suggest a visit to Covent Garden in the end of the afternoon. The place uses to be crowded of tourists and local people who ... [more ]
Tower of London 4.0 stars
I must admit that my expectations of The Tower of London were quite high, and it was by far the highlight of my trip to London. I am generally let down when I anticipate so much from a destination, but The Tower of London far exceeded my ... [more ]
St James's Park 4.0 stars
On my countless visits to London, I've always idolized St James Park. St James's Park is probably the most remarkable and intimate of the capital's central parks. A fascinating place where I can walk any time of the year, spectacular trees, ... [more ]
The National Gallery 5.0 stars
Finally after a long negotiation the exhibition "From Russia" featuring 120 works of impressionists and post-impressionist will be opened this Friday (25.02.2008) in London gallery. The problem was that British Law doesn't protect foreign works ... [more ]
Big Ben 4.0 stars
As I approached the Big Ben for the very fist time I was taking aback by the size of it. It was incredibly beautiful and much more impressive of what it appeared in pictures. The fantastic clock is one of the most beautiful in the world and the ... [more ]
Harrods 4.0 stars
Harrods It's a huge department store in Knightsbridge, London, owned by well-known Egyptian businessman Mohammed Al Fayed. The store occupies a four and a half acre site and has over one million square feet of selling space in over 330 ... [more ]
Regent's Park 5.0 stars
Every summer, the Regent’s Park hosts a festival called “Jazz in the Park”. The event takes place on all Sundays of July and August, from 2.30pm to 5pm, in the Bandstand, in front of the Boating Lake and quite near of Queen Mary’s Gardens. There, ... [more ]
Snowdonia Marathon 5.0 stars
Occasionally I found myself running behind an old man, or a really fat woman’s bottom, and I couldn’t help but run past them. Up we climbed running through stunning scenery, made dramatic by the now gathering clouds, dark and menacing and ... [more ]
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