As Vivienne Westwood puts it, “There’s nowhere else like London. Nothing at all, anywhere”. London one of the world busiest and most popular city has been the center of world changing history. There is a lot to explore in London starting from London Eye, 170 Museums, 20 hidden rivers, 380 public libraries, 800 plus book shops, hundreds of malls, restaurants, Art galleries and recreational spots.
London is a multicultural city where more than 3000 spoken languages. The actual city of London is a small city with only 7000 residents. The Greater London is equal to 4 New York and 50 Paris when it comes to area. The total residents of London are around 8.3 million. This city is a venue for more than 250 festivals every year.
Elizabeth Tower, London Eye, Three of the top ten museums and galleries in the world are in London and 857 art galleries in total. The O2 arena – the world’s most popular music venue for the last five years running. Music venue – World’s third busiest film production centre with over 14,000 ‘shooting days’. World’s oldest surviving Music Hall built in 1743 and still a living piece of London’s musical history. 800 bookshops and over 380 public libraries
London has over 170 museums with 11 national museums including the British Museum – home to thousands of years of culture including the Rosetta Stone (196 BC).
London has four UNESCO world heritage sites: Tower of London, Maritime Greenwich, and Westminster Palace which includes Westminster Abbey and Saint Margaret’s Church as well as Kew’s Royal Botanic Gardens. It has 3000 languages more than 250 festivals every year. London fashion week e London Design Festival. There are about 20 hidden rivers that flow through underground culverts, beneath London. There is also Barbican Art Gallery with rain room of 2,500 liters of water, falling at 1,000 liters per minute.