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London City



London is the largest city in England and one of the world’s most exciting cities. Located in the southeast of England, on the River Thames, London is a cosmopolitan city embracing diverse cultures of its population, reflected through cuisine, shops, music and colourful festivals.

Originally established by Romans as Londiniun, London through its history has developed and expanded as one major cities in the world, after to pass some difficulties such as the Great Plague, the Great Fire, the bitter English Civil War and even a plot to blow up the Houses of Parliament and attacks from the German Luftwaffe during the World War II.

Proudly the city owns a great history heritage and culture and it is well known for its architecture and archeological heritage boasting some of the finest building in England such as the Parliament House or the London’s Bridge, as well as homes the Britain’s national art collections. With over 200 museums, art galleries and theaters, exploring the city is a unique cultural experience. Also offers lively nightlife, film, music, culinary and fashion scenes, and the best shopping opportunities in the world with an immense variety of choices from the most renowned designer’s boutiques to major department stores. In few words London has everything to suit all you need to make memorable your visit.

With a population of over seven million, is surprising notice that London has many green space and parks; greater in comparison with any other city in the world with the same size; offering the perfect opportunity for walks, relaxation or sporting activities.

Getting to London is a very easy, with five international airports, receiving thousands of visitors each day, excellent road network and extensive Underground or Tube, train, bus, and taxis services.

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