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London has long been one of the world’s top travel destinations, but there are other places worth visiting that are within a short distance of the British capital. Taking a day trip from London offers visitors the chance to see other parts of Europe without straying too far from the city.
Without question, London is one of the most exciting and dynamic cities in the world. Covering an area of more than 600 square miles, Greater London is home to a remarkable diversity of attractions. Here are just a few of the city’s hidden gems to delight travellers, and why those in the know often make repeat visits to these stunning locations.
Cuisine in the UK has emerged as genuinely upscale in the past two decades. It wasn’t too long ago that the culinary scene in Great Britain was given less than stellar reviews. Classic British dishes are undergoing a makeover by some incredible emerging chefs and are worth trying.
In London, afternoon tea has become a national tradition. This trend started in 1840 when the Duchess of Bedford shared that she enjoyed tea and snacks a few hours before dinner. And thus, afternoon tea began! With flutes of champagne, pastries and finger sandwiches have updated this tradition. From traditional spreads for holidays to modern interpretations, the following are some of the best places to sit down for a spot of tea!
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While it is impossible to narrow down the list of the top public houses, or pubs, there are a few that stand out, both for the craftmanship of their beer recipes and their folklore. The Rising Sun, Southampton For hardcore beer aficionados, this pub owned by Greene...
The city of London boasts some of the best restaurants in Europe, not to mention the entire globe. The culinary world is a notoriously cutthroat industry as old restaurants flame out, new restaurants never find their footing, and consumers tastes evolve. This leads to...
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