Culturally vibrant and diverse, London has something for everyone. The Capital City of England and the United Kingdom, London is the largest city in Europe.
Founded by the Romans in AD 43 and made of two ancient cities, the City of Westminster and the City of London the exact centre of London is marked by a plaque in the Church of St Martin's-in-the-Fields overlooking Trafalgar Square.
Take a trip on the River Thames, set your watch by Big Ben, see the fantastic views from the London Eye or take in the vibrant atmosphere of Covent Garden with its cafés and street performers.
Shop in Oxford Street, Harrods or Selfridges, see the Changing of the Guard and Buckingham Palace, visit one of the many famous museums, art galleries, churches, sporting and music venues or markets, take a stroll in Hyde Park or one of London’s other green spaces.
Shaped by historical events, considered one of the world’s leading international financial and business centres and visited by millions of people annually, London is the only city to have hosted three Olympic Games and will always have something to offer.
Population: 8,787,892 (mid 2016)
Average House Price: £669,686 (@ September 2017)
Airports: Heathrow, Stansted, Gatwick, London City.
Famous attractions: Buckingham Palace, Tower of London, Big Ben, Houses of Parliament, River Thames, Horseguards Parade, O2 arena, The Shard, London Eye, Trafalgar Square, Westminster Abbey.
Famous Food: Jellied eels, cockles, pie, mash and liquor, fish and chips, afternoon tea.
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