Covent Garden is one of the most popular London attractions. The area around the glazed building at the site of the former vegetable market is always crowded, especially during weekends and during the summer period. Covent Garden is known for its numerous cafes, restaurants, pubs, kiosks, markets and shops. Numerous street performers entertain visitors in the pedestrian square. Continue reading
Received an honorable place in front of Buckingham Palace, but later transferred to Hyde Park, the marble arch of London was modeled after the example of one of the most famous monuments of Rome. The marble arch was designed in 1827 by John Nash as the triumphal entrance to Buckingham Palace. At that time, John Nash was a successful architect who was largely responsible for changing the architectural appearance of the city in the early nineteenth century. Nash was famous for his work on Regent Street, Buckingham Palace, Cumberland Terrace and his master plan in the Marylebone area, around Regent Park. Continue reading
Review No. 1.
London was pleasantly surprised at the airport: all the terminals of the British capital are connected to the suburban train stations, so you can get to the city center in just 15 minutes. After landing at Gatvick, I took the train to Victoria station. The ticket cost £ 12. It is, of course, expensive, but very convenient. The centre can also be reached by bus. They are cheaper, but also go to the final destination longer. Continue reading