Education –  World no.1 university city
Welcome to London – One of the world’s favourite cities Eat London 11,000 different establishments Shop London Harrods, Ox...
The Queen
Buckingham Palace The official London residence of the British monarch
Changing of the royal guard In the forecourt of Buckingham Palace at 11.30 every day in summer, every other day in winter,...
St James's Park, The Green Park, Hyde Park, Kensington Gardens, Richmond Park, Kew Gardens… Exploring London? Take a break...
St. James Park A fantastic setting for pomp and splendour… The film  Alice In Wonderland  was taken here.
Regent’s Park
Hyde Park Visit on a Sunday and watch speakers delivering their views with passion and gusto!
Green Park Famous for its mature trees and open grassland A rest from the rush of London life…
Big Ben One of London's best-known  landmarks, and looks most spectacular at night
The Thames; Linking all of London –  and providing  wonderful  views!
London Eye - the largest observation  wheel in the world
Westminster A bbey
The Tower of London; The home of  some of  England’s  richest  history
The Tower of London; Home of the crown jewels
B ritish Museum One of the world's largest and most important museums with more than seven million objects
British Museum,  reading room The Reading Room was used by a large number of famous figures, including notably, Karl Marx,...
Natural History Museum
Natural History Museum The museum is particularly famous for its exhibition of dinosaur skeletons
Victoria & Albert Museum The museum is particularly famous for its exhibition of dinosaur  skeletons, and ornate architect...
National Portrait Gallery It was the first portrait gallery in the world when it opened in 1856
T ate Modern Tate is a family of four art galleries housing the UK's collection of British art from 1500 and of internatio...
Tate Britain
O xford Street 548 shops make Oxford Street Europe's busiest shopping  street, as well as the most dense
Bond Street Near to  Oxford Street, has been a fashionable shopping street since the 18th century
West End Musicals & Theatre are  usually considered to represent  the highest level of commercial  theatre in the English ...
China Town contains a number of Chinese restaurants, bakeries, supermarkets, souvenir shops, and other Chinese-run busines...
C ovent Garden An Italian-style piazza packed with restaurants, bars and fashionable boutiques, is recognised as the capit...
C ovent Garden Street Performer Do you know? Covent Garden is the only area of London licensed for street entertainment an...
Madame Tussaude Mingle with your favourite celebrity wax figures at London's most famous attraction
London’s Markets London is justifiably proud of its markets, most of which date back to mediaeval times
Notting Hill Gate Portobello Road Market, in the Notting Hill district, is one of London's notable street markets, known f...
Spitalfields Market; Established in 1638. Today the market houses over 100 unique trading  units
Spitalfields markets; voted the best in London
Spitalfields: By day, a popular, cosmopolitan shopping and eating environment
Spitialfields: By night, an atmospheric artistic environment
Spitialfields; The information bus lets you know what is happening in the local areas
Brick Lane; home to a cosmopolitan international community
Brick Lane; find food from around the world
Brick Lane; where culture, cuisine and anything in-between  collide
Middlesex street; Formerly Petticoat lane. The name was changed during Queen Victoria’s reign as the name was deemed too r...
Petticoat Lane; Bustling, lively outdoor market established in 1750 and still 1,000 stalls strong today
A restored Victorian covered market that sells traditional game, fresh meat and some of the finest food in London! Leadenh...
Borough market One of the largest food markets in the world, selling a large variety of foods from all around the world!
Columbia Road,  the flower market On Sunday the street is transformed into oasis of foliage and flowers
Wembley Stadium  The second largest stadium in Europe, and serves as England's national stadium.
Chelsea Football Club An English professional football club based in West London
Other London football teams...
Chelsea, best team in the world... League and Cup Double 2010
Wimbledon Wimbledon has been internationally known as the home of the Wimbledon Tennis Championships.
Welcome to London for Olympics 2012!
BBC & Financial Times
London Stock Exchange Founded in 1801, it is one of the largest stock exchanges in the world
Liverpool Street Skyline
Our Centre; by day
Our Location: Just a few minutes walk from open green spaces, boutique shops and restaurants
Our Location; Mixing modern and tradition for a unique educational experience
Our location; Nestled in the heart of the business world
Our Location; Serene and tranquil spots just moment from our front door...
Our neighbours; The Lloyd’s building
Our neighbours; The Royal Bank of Scotland
UBS by  Liverpool Street Station
Herron Tower on Bishopsgate
Herron Tower  Ropemaker Street
Primrose Street steel and glass Chiswell Street
Our neighbours; 30 St Mary Axe, the Gherkin
Canary Warf; Central to London Business
Docklands; where beauty meets business
The nearest station; London’s key eastern terminus just 3 minutes walk
Liverpool Street station; Built in 1874, renovated in 1992
<ul><li>Liverpool Street station; </li></ul><ul><li>Quick and easy access to major London Underground lines including; </l...
Our location; Within zone 1, three-minutes from Liverpool Street main-line National Rail station and four major tube lines
Our Location; Great transportation links
Our location; Over 20 buses stop just three- minutes from our front doors
Our location; Offers students a variety of safe transportation options
St Pancras International Train Station Home of the Eurostar
Easy access to  Europe from the UK Luton Airport Gatwick Airport
Close to home... London’s airports have hundreds of flights daily to destinations all over the world Stansted & Heathrow (...
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  1. 2. Education – World no.1 university city
  2. 3. Welcome to London – One of the world’s favourite cities Eat London 11,000 different establishments Shop London Harrods, Oxford St, Westfield, etc Sport London 5 Premiership Teams, Wimbledon, 2012 Olympics Event London 200 events each day Cultural London Over 200 museums (mostly free) Entertainment London Over 150 theatres Travel London Excellent transport and a global hub
  3. 4. The Queen
  4. 5. Buckingham Palace The official London residence of the British monarch
  5. 6. Changing of the royal guard In the forecourt of Buckingham Palace at 11.30 every day in summer, every other day in winter, and lasts about 45 minutes.
  6. 7. St James's Park, The Green Park, Hyde Park, Kensington Gardens, Richmond Park, Kew Gardens… Exploring London? Take a break in London’s Royal Parks
  7. 8. St. James Park A fantastic setting for pomp and splendour… The film Alice In Wonderland was taken here.
  8. 9. Regent’s Park
  9. 10. Hyde Park Visit on a Sunday and watch speakers delivering their views with passion and gusto!
  10. 11. Green Park Famous for its mature trees and open grassland A rest from the rush of London life…
  11. 12. Big Ben One of London's best-known landmarks, and looks most spectacular at night
  12. 13. The Thames; Linking all of London – and providing wonderful views!
  13. 14. London Eye - the largest observation wheel in the world
  14. 15. Westminster A bbey
  15. 16. The Tower of London; The home of some of England’s richest history
  16. 17. The Tower of London; Home of the crown jewels
  17. 18. B ritish Museum One of the world's largest and most important museums with more than seven million objects
  18. 19. British Museum, reading room The Reading Room was used by a large number of famous figures, including notably, Karl Marx, Oscar Wilde, Mahatma Gandhi, George Bernard Shaw, Mark Twain, etc.
  19. 20. Natural History Museum
  20. 21. Natural History Museum The museum is particularly famous for its exhibition of dinosaur skeletons
  21. 22. Victoria & Albert Museum The museum is particularly famous for its exhibition of dinosaur skeletons, and ornate architecture
  22. 23. National Portrait Gallery It was the first portrait gallery in the world when it opened in 1856
  23. 24. T ate Modern Tate is a family of four art galleries housing the UK's collection of British art from 1500 and of international modern art
  24. 25. Tate Britain
  25. 26. O xford Street 548 shops make Oxford Street Europe's busiest shopping street, as well as the most dense
  26. 27. Bond Street Near to Oxford Street, has been a fashionable shopping street since the 18th century
  27. 28. West End Musicals & Theatre are usually considered to represent the highest level of commercial theatre in the English speaking world
  28. 29. China Town contains a number of Chinese restaurants, bakeries, supermarkets, souvenir shops, and other Chinese-run businesses…
  29. 30. C ovent Garden An Italian-style piazza packed with restaurants, bars and fashionable boutiques, is recognised as the capital's premier entertainment and leisure destination
  30. 31. C ovent Garden Street Performer Do you know? Covent Garden is the only area of London licensed for street entertainment and as such attracts performers from around the world.
  31. 32. Madame Tussaude Mingle with your favourite celebrity wax figures at London's most famous attraction
  32. 33. London’s Markets London is justifiably proud of its markets, most of which date back to mediaeval times
  33. 34. Notting Hill Gate Portobello Road Market, in the Notting Hill district, is one of London's notable street markets, known for its second-hand clothes and antiques
  34. 35. Spitalfields Market; Established in 1638. Today the market houses over 100 unique trading units
  35. 36. Spitalfields markets; voted the best in London
  36. 37. Spitalfields: By day, a popular, cosmopolitan shopping and eating environment
  37. 38. Spitialfields: By night, an atmospheric artistic environment
  38. 39. Spitialfields; The information bus lets you know what is happening in the local areas
  39. 40. Brick Lane; home to a cosmopolitan international community
  40. 41. Brick Lane; find food from around the world
  41. 42. Brick Lane; where culture, cuisine and anything in-between collide
  42. 43. Middlesex street; Formerly Petticoat lane. The name was changed during Queen Victoria’s reign as the name was deemed too rude!
  43. 44. Petticoat Lane; Bustling, lively outdoor market established in 1750 and still 1,000 stalls strong today
  44. 45. A restored Victorian covered market that sells traditional game, fresh meat and some of the finest food in London! Leadenhall Market
  45. 46. Borough market One of the largest food markets in the world, selling a large variety of foods from all around the world!
  46. 47. Columbia Road, the flower market On Sunday the street is transformed into oasis of foliage and flowers
  47. 48. Wembley Stadium The second largest stadium in Europe, and serves as England's national stadium.
  48. 49. Chelsea Football Club An English professional football club based in West London
  49. 50. Other London football teams...
  50. 51. Chelsea, best team in the world... League and Cup Double 2010
  51. 52. Wimbledon Wimbledon has been internationally known as the home of the Wimbledon Tennis Championships.
  52. 53. Welcome to London for Olympics 2012!
  53. 54. BBC & Financial Times
  54. 55. London Stock Exchange Founded in 1801, it is one of the largest stock exchanges in the world
  55. 56. Liverpool Street Skyline
  56. 57. Our Centre; by day
  57. 58. Our Location: Just a few minutes walk from open green spaces, boutique shops and restaurants
  58. 59. Our Location; Mixing modern and tradition for a unique educational experience
  59. 60. Our location; Nestled in the heart of the business world
  60. 61. Our Location; Serene and tranquil spots just moment from our front door...
  61. 62. Our neighbours; The Lloyd’s building
  62. 63. Our neighbours; The Royal Bank of Scotland
  63. 64. UBS by Liverpool Street Station
  64. 65. Herron Tower on Bishopsgate
  65. 66. Herron Tower Ropemaker Street
  66. 67. Primrose Street steel and glass Chiswell Street
  67. 68. Our neighbours; 30 St Mary Axe, the Gherkin
  68. 69. Canary Warf; Central to London Business
  69. 70. Docklands; where beauty meets business
  70. 71. The nearest station; London’s key eastern terminus just 3 minutes walk
  71. 72. Liverpool Street station; Built in 1874, renovated in 1992
  72. 73. <ul><li>Liverpool Street station; </li></ul><ul><li>Quick and easy access to major London Underground lines including; </li></ul><ul><li>Central line </li></ul><ul><li>Metropolitan line </li></ul><ul><li>Circle line </li></ul>
  73. 74. Our location; Within zone 1, three-minutes from Liverpool Street main-line National Rail station and four major tube lines
  74. 75. Our Location; Great transportation links
  75. 76. Our location; Over 20 buses stop just three- minutes from our front doors
  76. 77. Our location; Offers students a variety of safe transportation options
  77. 78. St Pancras International Train Station Home of the Eurostar
  78. 79. Easy access to Europe from the UK Luton Airport Gatwick Airport
  79. 80. Close to home... London’s airports have hundreds of flights daily to destinations all over the world Stansted & Heathrow (Terminal 5)
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