No doubt if you have been to London both on a work trip or even for pleasure you’ve visited the widely used tourist attractions like Big Ben and naturally Buckingham Palace. Now these’re extraordinary places to check out and undoubtedly up there with the London Eye.
Nevertheless, how about those hidden gems that are in London and you’ve probably walked past or thought about, but simply not had time to go to between tube stops.
Effectively, lets have a look at one that’s in Trafalgar Square.
You can find the widely used sights but there’s in addition a small police station that is situated in the south east corner. The police station cannot hold several criminals and officers though as its only the size of a little broom cupboard..but have you found it?
Think about an entrance in which the Death Train previously ran?
The trains which ran from London Necropolis Railway Station did utilized to travel coffins from Westminster Bridge to Brookwood Cemetery and ceased operating in 1900. The entrance still remains despite being bombed in the next World War. Search for 121 Westminster Bridge Road.
Wandering near the Strand?
Pay a trip to’ It is a sort of Magic’ shop for everything you might have to become a wizard. Invisible decks as well as vanishing canes can be realized in the Charing Cross Underground Arcade.
Dare to venture to Whitechapel?
So this area is probably famous as being linked to Jack the Ripper and though he no longer roams the dark alleys it is still an eerie place to check out but worth the trip.
If the notion of wandering about dark alleys is not for you there is often a visit to the Borough Market under the arches of London Bridge, a common spot for’ foodies’.
Brick Lane is one of the most prominent roads in East London
Renowned for curry restaurants and situated between Liverpool Street and Shoreditch it is also popular for trendy and ground breaking nightclubs as well as bars.
Have a refreshing walk along the South Bank which extends between London Waterloo and London Bridge. The widely used locations of seo London could be reached from here like the London Eye, Dali Museum but not forgetting the Tate Modern and also the walk concludes at Southwark Church