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  • 1. WELCOME TO LONDON WORK DONE BY LAURA, CLARA, JUDIT PONS & JUDIT RIERA.
  • 2. INTRODUCTION London is the capital of England and of the United Kingdom. It’s a fascinant city.
  • 3. PLACES TO VISIT IN LONDON
  • 4. ST. JAMES’S PARK St James's Park is the oldest Royal Park in London. The three most important things of St. James's Park are the flowers, squirrels and birds.
  • 5. HYDE PARK Hyde Park, is one of the Biggest parks of London. This park is divided by the Serpentine Lake. Squirrels sometimes hide behind the trees.
  • 6. BUCKINGHAM PALACE
    • Buckingham Palace has served
    • as the official London residence
    • of Britain but today is the
    • administrative headquarters of
    • the Monarch.
    • Buckingham Palace has got 775
    • Rooms, these include:
    • 19 State rooms.
    • 52 Royal and guest bedroms.
    • 188 staff bedrooms.
    • 92 offices.
    • 78 bathrooms
  • 7. BIG BEN The Big Ben is the most representative monument of London. It is a clock.
  • 8. LONDON EYE It is the highest Panoramic Treadmill in the world. PRICES: Adults £ 14.50, children under fifteen £ 7’25 TIMETABLE: Open from January to May and from October to December, from 10 o’clock to eight o’clock.
  • 9. TOWER OF LONDON . The Tower of London has the Jewels of the Crown TIMETABLE March – October Tuesday – Saturday 9’00 – 18’00 Sundays and Mondays 10’00 – 18’00 November – February Tuesday – Saturday 9’00 – 17’00 Sundays and Mondays 10’00 – 17’00
  • 10. ST. PAUL’S CATHEDRAL It is a religious building. It is the oldest church in England
  • 11. BRITISH MUSEUM It has the most important collection of archeological pieces of the world.
  • 12. PLACES TO STAY
  • 13. HOTELS The Royal Horseguard. (From £128 per night) Sloane Square Hotel. (From £125 per night) The Hotel Russell. (From £99.35 per night)
  • 14. HOSTELS Acaia Hostel (from £13.08 per night). Olimpia roms (from £16.14 per night). Budget Guest House (from £27.26 per night).
  • 15. TYPICAL FOOD FISH & CHIPS You can eat it everywhere (restaurants, pubs...) and it is very cheap.
  • 16. ROAST BEEF We can eat this meal with a sandwich or for lunch with vegetables.
  • 17. This is a traditional cake in London. MEAT CAKES
  • 18. SAUSAGES These are eaten with mashed potatoes. There are lots of differents sausages.
  • 19. WEATHER December – February The temperatures are less than zero degrees. June – August The temperatures are more than thirty degrees.
  • 20. TRANSPORTS BUSES: The red buses are famous in London. Before entering, you must pay a ticket. Children up to five years don’t pay de ticket. TAXIS: The taxis of London are black and they have seven seats.
  • 21. LONDON UNDERGROUND It is the oldest and most famous underground. The people call it “ The tube”.
  • 22. THE CURRENCY OF LONDON In London, people use pounds, in Spain, we use euros. The pounds are made of silver, bronze and other materials.
  • 23. THE END
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