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Make yourself happy and fly to London for the weekend, you won't be disappointed

From: #flymeto   |   May 10, 2016

Capital of Great Britain or United Kingdom. It is one of the world‘s largest shopping malls where dozens of fashion brands meet. Huge cosmopolitan metropolis. Dozens of nationalities live side by side, not only from the former British Empire, but literally from all over the world.

What can’t you miss in London?

London’s most famous sights and walks include Big Ben, Trafalgar Square, Parliament, Westminster Abbey and Buckingham Palace. Gentlemen here, the award-winning Piccadilly neighborhood, which used to be full of men’s clubs, cigar stores and barbers. If you want to take a picture with a celebrity, visit the Museum Madame Tussaud. Here you can take a selfie with Leonard DiCaprio.

I recommend a ride by doubledecker, the oldest tube in the world and the London Eye, which is sure to attract you. You can relax in one of the many parks.

It is also worth mentioning the Queen’s Windsor headquarters and the mythical Winchester with its cathedral, where writer Jane Austen is buried. Don’t miss the mystical Stonehenge.

Vincurský castle-in the early 90s the castle burned about half, most of the valuable things managed to save luck, the Queen decided to pay for the castle repaired for torn admission tours and even Buckingham Palace. Therefore, at the turn of August and September, when the queen heads for the summer force you can visit Buckingham Palace.

For Harry Potter fans

I also recommend taking a look at the locations where the famous Harry Potter series was filmed at Warner Bros. Studio in Leavesdean. You can take a stroll through Hogwarts Hall, Dumbledore’s Office, Diagon Alley, or stop by the magic wand shop.

London is a beautiful city that is worth visiting at least for the weekend. Get and enjoy spring in this beautiful country.


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