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Oyster travel card London

Oyster Travel Card London

If you're planning on spending any time in London, then you'll need to get yourself an Oyster Travel card. This contactless card makes it easy to pay for your journey on all public transport in the city. Whether you're taking the bus, the train, the Tube, or the DLR, an Oyster card is the best way to pay. 1. The Oyster Travel Card The Oyster card is a travel card that can be used on all public transport in London. It is a contactless card, which means that you can simply tap it on the card reader when you get on...
Bridges of London

10 Bridges of London

London is a city of many bridges. In fact, there are over 200 bridges that span the River Thames. While some of these bridges are rather unassuming, others have become iconic landmarks in their own right. Here are ten of the most famous bridges of London. Tower Bridge of London Tower Bridge is one of the most iconic landmarks in all of London. The bridge, which was built in 1886-1894, crosses the River Thames close to the Tower of London. The bridge has become an iconic symbol of London and is one of the most popular tourist attractions in the city.  The...
5 great London Tourist Attractions

5 great London Tourist Attractions

London is a city with something for everyone – whether you're interested in history, art, buildings, or just want to enjoy some scenic views. With so many options, it can be hard to decide which attractions to visit. Here are 5 can't-miss tourist attractions in London. 1. Buckingham Palace Buckingham Palace is one of the most popular tourist attractions in London, and for good reason! As the primary residence of the British monarchy, the Palace offers visitors a glimpse into the world of royalty. Here are 3 reasons why you should add Buckingham Palace to your London itinerary: 1. Take a Tour...
Museums in London

9 Free Museums You Can Visit in London

If you're looking to experience some of the best museums in the world without spending a fortune, then you're in luck. London is home to dozens of world-renowned museums, and many of them are completely free to visit. From the British Museum to the Tate Modern, there's something for everyone. In this blog post, we'll take a look at 9 of the best free museums in London. 1. The British Museum One of the most popular tourist attractions in London, the British Museum boasts over 8 million items in its collection. Highlights include the Rosetta Stone, the Parthenon Marbles, and Egyptian...
Penguins ZSL London Zoo, London, UK

5 Best Zoos in the UK

The United Kingdom is home to some of the best zoos in the world. From world-famous attractions like London Zoo to smaller, more intimate settings like Twycross Zoo, there's a zoo to suit every taste. Here are our top five picks for the best zoos in the UK. London Zoo Founded in 1828, London Zoo is one of the oldest zoos in the world. Situated in the heart of London's Regent's Park, the zoo is home to over 16,000 animals, including lions, tigers, gorillas, and kiwis. London Zoo also boasts an excellent educational program, with talks and tours on offer throughout...
Neuschwanstein Castle, Germany

Best Castles of Europe

Have you ever wanted to visit a real-life castle? If so, you're in luck! Nestled in the Bavarian Alps is Neuschwanstein Castle, one of the most popular tourist destinations in Germany. But what's the story behind this fairytale castle? Read on to find out!
White Cliffs of Dover, UK

White Cliffs of Dover, UK

Besides visiting the White Cliffs of Dover, there is loads more to do in Kent. There are sandy beaches to bathe and water sports for those needing an adrenalin rush. Catch a wave on your surfboard, do some kite-surfing or kayak in the secluded bays. For those keen golfers, here is a chance to improve your handicap. Kent offers a few excellent courses. Then there are castles, gardens and museums for you to visit on your trip to this great part of England. When you visit the chalk-coloured White Cliffs of Dover, see if you can spot the buildings on the French coast. To quench...
The Sacred Heart of Paris: Sacré-Coeur Basilica

The Sacred Heart of Paris: Sacré-Coeur Basilica

A trip to Paris is on just about everyone’s must-do holiday. Filled with markets, renowned landmarks and cafés, you cannot help but be drawn to this metropolis that is bustling with tourists and locals alike. Some come here for the architecture, fashion or even frog legs! And then there are those that find Paris romantic – ever done a proposal at the top of the Eiffel Tower? That could be the perfect way to ‘pop the question’. While you are here, experience some of the best restaurants you will ever visit and be sure to eat a baguette, croissant and...
Etretat Normandy in Northern France

Normandy in Northern France

Normandy in northern France is a place filled with popular must-visit attractions. It’s not only the location of the famous D-Day Landings during World War II, but also where Camembert cheese originated. From the quaint villages to its majestic manors and castles, Normandy has so much to be uncovered by the adventurous traveller. From the days of William the Conqueror to the present day, Normandy has a rich history. If you are in the mood to see a different side to France, travel on along one of the tourist circuits. These routes are clearly marked and will surely impress....
Millau Bridge, Southern France

Millau Bridge, Southern France

Since the Millau Bridge was opened in December 2004, the town itself has become a tourist attraction among those who want to see the iconic bridge. There is more to see than just the bridge. The town is dotted with cafés and restaurants to choose from and some great bistros to grab a hearty meal. The rest of southern France with its sweeping landscapes, fortresses and attractions will leave you wanting to travel even more. Don’t forget to drop in at one of the vineyards in the Languedoc region to understand why French wine is known the world over. Millau Bridge...

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