Exclude checked baggage , sport equipment , booking fee or pajmenteard fees(wich depend on the payment method used).
Show all times board to the relevant airport. </li></ul>
London metropolitan area <ul><li>This is a map of central London.
As you can see, river Thames goes accross the city. </li></ul>
London British Museum It opens all year long and this is the time table: Sturday to Wednesday from 10:00 to 17:30. Thursdays and Fridays from 10:00 to 20:30. It is closed on March 25 th .It also closes on December the 24 th and 26 th as well as on January 1 st .
London British Museum II Free entrance. Contents: The most famous objects are the Rossetta stone, the Parthenon sculptures and the remains of Sutton Hoo and Mildenhall mediaval towns, there are Egyptian mummies and the famous Portland Roman vase. The African collection is also very interesting. It is probably the largest in the world.
Trafalgar Square <ul><li>Trafalgar Square is located in the centre of London.
You can get there either by train or taking the underground. </li></ul>
Tower Bridge <ul><li>Tower Bridge, is a bridge over river Thames.
It is located near London Tower. The underground stations are:Tower Gateway and London Bridge. </li></ul>
<ul><li>The Big Ben is in the North-East side of London.
You can get there from any underground station. </li></ul>
Millenium Bridge <ul><li>Millenium bridge is in the South west bank of river Thames.
You can have a ride on a boat all along the river.
You can get there by underground. Take the circular and central lines. </li></ul>
Double Decker Buses <ul><li>Double decker buses are in interesting attracion for tourists as well as a common means of transport in the metropolitan area of London.
They are appealing and peculiar because they are red. </li></ul>
Parks <ul><li>London has very big and nice parks.
The park is divided in two sides by the Lake Snake. </li></ul>
Westminster Palace <ul><li>The Queen of England lives in the Palace of Westminster.
Soldiers wear a peculiar uniform and they marchat the door many times a day . </li></ul>
Windsor Palace <ul><li>Soldiers also march in Windsor Palace.
You have to take a train at Paddington Station to get to Windsor. It is a really nice town a few miles from London. </li></ul>
The Globe <ul><li>The ”Globe” was the theatre where Shakespeare performed his most famous tragedies and comedies.
It was completely destroyed in a fire. It is the only building with straw roof in metropolitan London. </li></ul>
The Globe II <ul><li>The theatre was reconstructed with the help of the North American actor Sammuel Wannamake.
Every hour you can follow a guide who explains everything about the theatre. It costs £ 11 to enter. </li></ul>
Harrod’s <ul>Harrod's stores are one of the most visited places in London. Thousands of tourists and visitors came here every year. Harrod's has got tive floors as well as a basement floor, over 330 shops and departments. Over 5,000 people work there. It is known by its lights at night. There are more than 11,000 light bublles shinig at night. There are over 80 shop windows. </ul>
Almacenes Harrod’s <ul><li>Los almacenes Harrods son uno de los lugares más visitados de Londres por los turistas que visitan la ciudad .
Harrods tiene 5 plantas, además del sótano y de la planta baja, unos 330 departamentos y trabajan unos 5000 empleados. Uno de sus máximos atractivos es poder observar su iluminación nocturna, con una 11.000 bombillas y casi 80 escaparates. </li></ul>
Oxford Street -Oxford Street es una de las grandes calles deLondres, Inglaterra, ubicada en la Ciudad de Westminster y una de las calles más famosas del mundo para las compras. Con más de 300 tiendas, es la calle comercial más grande del mundo. -Está conectado al metro por las líneas Bakerloo , Central y Victoria , encontrándose la estación bajo la misma intersección. <ul><li>- Algunas de sus tiendas son Niketown , H&M , Topshop / Topman , Benetton , Shelly's , Miss Selfridge & John Lewis
Big Ben <ul><li>Big Ben is the name with which it(he,she) is known to the Great bell of Westminster, the major one of the bells that are inside the Tower and that form a part of the Great Clock of Westminster, as well as (erroneously) to the Tower of the Clock of the Palace of Westminster, located in London. The tower is in the corner northwest of the building that it(he,she) shelters sedate her of both Chambers of the British Parliament. </li></ul>
HYDE PARK <ul><li>Is one of the biggest park in London.
THE HISTORY: <ul><li>In the year 55 a.C. when Roman, Julio César call in the zone to decide create one bridge so-called Londinium. In the years 796 Anglo Saxon take up the country and set $up in London the strength royal. In 1215, Juan sin Tierra award to a city in right for elect him your government. In 1665, 100.000 peoples died cause the big plague. Big fire the 1666, last 4 days. With coronation the queen Victoria in 1837 stared time the bigger splendor. The family royal they change when Buckingham palace in the heart city. The city was very touch after first war mark end of the threshing floor triumph. In 1952 the queen Elisabeth II arrived when throne attempt modernize the city. In 1976, Margaret Thatcher was appoint first minister. Problems with IRA Irelands did exploder two bombs in center of London. Actuality London recover they fame the city happy. </li></ul>
The first taxi in London was called. “Bersey” in 1897.
They have several brands, but the most famous is Autin FX3 . </li></ul><ul><li>London taxis are black . </li></ul>
LONDON THE POLICE <ul><li>The London Police Department can trace its history to the date the city of London was established in 1826.
At the time the city was 746 feet wide and 1800 feet long.
Today the London Police Department staffed by 38 police officers and civilian personnel. The London Police Department was one of the first police departments in Kentucky to be certified as an Accredited Law Enforcement Agency, and is known state wide as a Model Department. </li></ul>
London Parliament <ul><li>The Parliament is very large and beutiful.