“If you are a fan of tennis you must see Wimbledon! Use the tube to get to this amazing area of tradition and nice atmosphere. Every year in the end of June, takes place a big tournament. It’s a special occasion. The men wear formal suits, the women hats and you can try special delicious strawberries and cream. The rest of the year the courts are empty, but you can go on a tour with guide to see places which are closed during tournament! It’s so impressive to seat in the same chair in the interview room as Roger Federer! If you’re going to London this place has to be on your list.
When you’re a lover of music and dancing like me, you must see some musical! I attended Phantom of the Opera and I loved it! Great music, excellent dancing performances, professional actors. If it isn’t your cup of tea you can choose something else- Mamma Mia, Singing in the Rain, Thriller, Chicago and the others. Most of the theatres are in the centre of London, a stone’s throw from the underground and bus stops. I’ll miss London so much!”- Marketa, Czech Republic
“As you must know, there is a lot of free museums in London, but it doesn’t mean bad museums (the absolute opposite!). Me, as a scientific man, cannot recommend enough the Natural History Museum. It’s absolutely amazing, there you can satisfy all your curiosity about dinosaurs, exotic animals, and the evolution of the earth and humanity. Also, there are temporary exhibitions, that are usually as interesting as the museum itself. When I went there, there was happening an exhibition about animals bodies (dissected) that was fabulous.” -Michael, Brazil
“If you want to have a good time with friends, we cannot recommend you Camden Town enough. It’s a wonderful place with a friendly atmosphere and a lot of activities. The first thing you see is the shops; they offer everything you could want: tea clothes, jewels, music, pubs, street performances…It’s conveniently located and offers a beautiful architecture. We cannot even describe how great this place is. So, we just want to say: enjoy!” – Antonio, Italy; Souba, France
“If you wanna have a relaxing picnic in London or you’d like to take a break and spend some nice moment between one shop and another one, you have to visit the Kensington Gardens, close to Hyde Park. The wonderful multi-coloured garden made of lots and lots of types of flowers and species of trees makes Kensington Gardens a must-see of London!” -Gabriele, Italy
“The Tower of London: If you’re a lover of history like us, this is a must-go! Here you can find: King’s jewellery, knights’ swords and dresses! You can walk inside the palisade and the Tower Bridge is a stone’s throw from here!
Hyde Park: On a warm, sunny day, this is simply one of the best places to be in London! Here you can walk, you can run or you can just relax laying down on the grass! It is conveniently located very close to Kensington Palace. -Serena, Italy; Asuka, Japan