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You can think that in a city which has a population of 15 million people, where over 300 languages are spoken and that is one of the most important financial centres at the same time, there wouldn’t be any area left green. However, Londoners are very careful about protecting the nature. Exactly 47% of the city consists of parks and green areas. The most famous park of London is Hyde Park. You can wander around this huge park by walking or renting a bicycle. If the weather is sunny which is rare in London, you will feel as if the entire city runs to Hyde Park. The day you will visit Buckingham Palace, don’t forget to stop by St. James’s Park and Green Park to have a rest in touch with the green. Besides, Regent's Park, Holland Park and Richmond Park are other famous parks in the city.
National museum of the United Kingdom that holds the title of reaching the largest territory in its most powerful period, British Museum naturally features world-wide works and pieces and it’s one of the places you must see. Furthermore, both here and National Gallery which displays the works of artists like Da Vinci, Van Gogh and Michelangelo are free to visit. Another free museum you can visit in London is Natural History Museum. If you’re interested in design, Victoria and Albert Museum and if you’re interested in science, Science Museum is just for you. Besides, don’t forget to stop by Museum of London and Tate Britain Museum.
Famous squares have an important place among the ones that are frequently visited by the tourists in London. Trafalgar Square is the most preferred and visited square by the tourists. Besides, you can never see Piccadilly Circus and Leicester Square empty. After visiting Westminister Abbey that hosts wedding and funeral ceremonies of the royal family, don’t forget to see Big Ben, the famous clock tower of London. Then, you can pass through Westminister Bridge and walk along River Thames. Be sure to visit the Ferris Wheel, i.e. London Eye, that will make you see London from 135 m above beside Tower of London and Tower Bridge in Tower Hill.
Don’t forget to visit Primark that resembles to a district bazaar or Regent Street that features better brands to do shopping in London. For souvenirs, your destination should be Camden Town. Remember that you can drive a hard bargain with the sellers here. You should get on the metro at least for once even you don’t need to in London that has one of the most sophisticated metro lines of the world. Don’t forget to get on the famous double-decker bus of London. If you’re visiting London for only a few days, you can consider taking a city tour with double-decker and open-top buses. By the way, remember that driving happens to be from the left side in London.
Start the day with the famous breakfast of English people in London. The breakfast including back bacon, fried, poached or scrambled eggs, fried or grilled tomatoes, fried mushrooms, fried bread or buttered toast and sausages could be heavy for you but it’s filling for sure. Besides, Fish and Chips is one of the most common dishes that consist of fish and potato chips. Since you’re in one of the most cosmopolitan cities of the world, you don’t have to eat only English dishes in London. It’s possible to try tastes from Indian cuisine to Chinese cuisine, from Turkish cuisine to Mexican cuisine at the restaurants run by the ones who had grown up in that country but immigrated to London.
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