A list of smart tips for visitors who wants to get a real feeling for visiting London is discussed below.
London has wide open space and green areas than any major capital city. The greener space of London is due to the presence of plentiful parks. Most of them are away from the centre and but they worth a lot for the journey. Well, Hampstead Heath is a large slice of countryside in the hilly part of the city with the stunning views; Regent’s Park is a large formal park in the Victorian tradition nearer to the Baker Street with excellent open-air theatre, Hyde Park and Kensington Gardens is a huge space located at the centre of the West End and many more.
However, London has one of the extensive and more frequent urban rain systems throughout the world. For transporting a place to another, there is no other faster way. One of the best facts about London is the availability of different flavours from neighbourhoods. So, London is very big place, there are lots of attractions that you can easily walk in and surely it will open your eyes. If you want to visit Camden Town, then jump off at Chalk Farm.
As per the recommendations, the main road down has 99% traffic and 90% for pedestrian travel. Travelling to any place can be noisy, dirty mess of chain stores and stalls selling tourist tat. Walk through just a couple of streets and definitely you will get to see the different London. Like the mews (back streets for stables previously) in Kensington and Knightsbridge, the winding medieval of the old city, the rabbit warren of lanes in Soho and being away from Regent and Oxford Streets which are still here. Even, Westminster area has still peaceful backstreets away from Victoria Street and Whitehall.
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