15 Amazing Secret Spots You Have To See In London. London is filled with amazing places to see, delicious foods to eat and quirky spots to find and although all the obvious places are a definite must to visit, some of London’s more exciting ‘treasures’ are not as well known as you’d expect.
Ever since finding out about St Dunstan’s in the East (see more deets below) which is set in the most unexpected place smack in Central London, I’ve been on a hunt to find more of London’s hidden treasures. Here are 15 amazing secret spots that you have to see in London. 1.) St Dunstan’s in the East: I first found out about this garden earlier this year and one of the most surprising things about it isn’t its beautiful Gothic architecture or that it was designed by Christopher Wren but how central it is! I lived within walking distance from this garden for years and had no clue there was anything like this here. Where is it?
2.) Where is it? 3.) 69 Fun Facts about the UK. With the Olympics currently going on and taking place in London, I think this has only fuelled everyone’s obsession with everything British – because really, everyone has at least one totally British thing they love (Whether it’s rock music, Harry Potter, the Royal Family, tea, soccer, culture, or the lovely British accent).
So here’s 69 fun facts about the UK. Enjoy! 1. Big Ben does not refer to the clock, but actually the bell. 2. London has been called Londonium, Ludenwic, and Ludenburg in the past. 3. All about the Royal Family 17. Photo cred: stylesectionla.com 22. Famous Brits. 130 cartons à London. British Life and Culture in the UK. Cups of English Tea - Blog voyage d'une prof de FLE serial expat. French Touch Properties. Impertinentes chroniques d'une maman française à Londres. Living in London. London. One of the world's most visited cities, London has something for everyone: from history and culture to fine food and good times.
A Tale of Two Cities London is as much about wide-open spaces and leafy escapes as it is high-density, sight-packed exploration. Central London is where you will find the major museums, galleries and most iconic sights, but visit Hampstead Heath or the new Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park to escape the crowds and view the city’s greener hues up close. Or venture even further out to Kew Gardens, Richmond or Hampton Court Palace for excellent panoramas of riverside London. Diversity This city is very multicultural, with a third of all Londoners foreign born, representing 270 different nationalities. Why I love London By Steve Fallon, Author Like most Londoners, I revel in all our familiar landmarks – Big Ben, Tower Bridge, the murky Thames, the London Eye. Art & Culture A tireless innovator of art and culture, London is a city of ideas and the imagination.
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