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- the grand resonance of its very name suggests history and might. Its opportunities for entertainment by day and night go on and on and on. It's a city that exhilarates and intimidates, stimulates and irritates in equal measure, a grubby Monopoly board studded with stellar sights. It's a cosmopolitan mix of Third and First Worlds, chauffeurs and beggars, the stubbornly traditional and the proudly avant-garde. But somehow - between 'er Majesty and Boy George, Bow Bells and Big Ben, the Millennium Dome and the 2012 Olympics - it all hangs together. London is a year-round tourist centre, with few of its attractions closing or significantly reducing their opening hours in winter. Your best chance of good weather is, of course, at the height of summer in July and August, but there's certainly no guarantee of sun even in those months - plus it's when you can expect the biggest crowds and highest prices

Area: 1,572 sq km 607 sq miles
Population: 7,200,000
Time Zone: GMT/UTC 0 (Greenwich Mean Time)
Daylight Saving Start: last Sunday in March Daylight Saving End last: Sunday in October
Languages: English (official)

Perhaps England 's greatest cultural export has been the English language, the current lingua franca of the international community. There are astonishing regional variations in accents, and it is not unusual to find those in southern England claiming to need an interpreter to communicate with anyone living north of Oxford .


leadenhall- In the heart of the City, Leadenhall is a thriving retail centre with a wide range of goods on sale. Its cobbled walkways and glass roof make it an attractive place to shop, eat and drink or simply to relax. The market is located to the south of Leadenhall Street between Gracechurch Street and Lime Street. The nearest underground stations are Bank and Monument.

Smithfield Market-Meat has been bought and sold at Smithfield for over 800 years, making it one of the oldest markets in London. A livestock market occupied the site as early as the 10th century. Approximately 120,000 tons of produce pass through the market each year. As well as meat and poultry, products such as cheese, pies, and other delicatessen goods are available. Buyers including butchers, restaurateurs and caterers are able see the goods for themselves and drive away with what they have bought. Bargaining between buyers and sellers at Smithfield sets the guidelines for meat and poultry prices throughout the UK.

Billingsgate Market-Each trading day at Billingsgate Market offers buyers an opportunity to see the largest selection of fish in the United Kingdom. Daily arrivals from the coast and overseas ensure a continuity of fresh supplies and with some 54 merchants trading in close proximity in the Market Hall, competition is keen. In addition to such a wide selection of fish and fish products, the Market offers buyers a comprehensive service with tenants dealing in poultry, cooking oils, potatoes, trade sundries and specialist restaurant and catering supplies. A carrier service is available serving London and the Home Counties and arrangements can usually be made for supplies to be dispatched to most parts of the country. Billingsgate Market is thus able to offer an excellent one stop service to the busy trade buyer. We are also open to the public.


The British Museum-
Established in 1753 with the acquisition of Sir Hans Sloane's collection of antiquities and art, this museum is now home to over four million exhibits. These range from and include archeological items, prints, drawings, natural history artefacts, coins, sculptures and other treasures. Given the number of items on display it is no surprise to know that the museum is vast. The present building was built in 1847 by Robert Smirke and is itself an impressive structure Equally impressive are the Elgin Marbles taken from the Parthenon in Greece, the Rosetta stone, the Magna Carter from 1215, the remains of a Saxon ship with its silver and gold, Egyptian mummies to name but a very few of an amazingly huge collection.

Bank of England Museum- The Bank of England is the central bank of the United Kingdom that founded by Royal Charter in 1694 and in public ownership since 1946 serves as the bank to the British government. The museum although small is interesting and is located in the bank's building in Threadneedle Street and here one can trace the history of the Bank up to the present. Also on display is a reconstruction of the Bank Stock Office built by John Soane in 1793, gold bars dating from Roman times, examples of early handwritten British bank notes as well as an examination of how they are designed and produced today. Standing at the centre of the UK 's financial system, the Bank is committed to promoting and maintaining monetary and financial stability as its contribution to a healthy economy.

Natural History Museum-The Natural History Museum was once part of the British Museum . By the 1800's the British Museum collections outgrew its building, so a contest was held to design a new museum. Construction began in 1873, and opened to the public in 1881. It wasn't until 1963 that the Natural History Museum became its own entity, distinct from the British Museum . Everything pertaining to our natural world history can be seen in this museum. A vast collection of insects, spiders and moths as big as sparrows are an entomologist's delight whilst those interested in life's larger creatures can see full dinosaur skeletons and recreations of our greatest sea dwellers.


Stonehenge- is surely Britain 's greatest national icon, symbolizing mystery, power and endurance. Its original purpose is unclear to us, but some have speculated that it was a temple made for the worship of ancient earth deities. It has been called an astronomical observatory for marking significant events on the prehistoric calendar. Others claim that it was a sacred site for the burial of high-ranking citizens from the societies of long ago.While we can't say with any degree of certainty what it was for, we can say that it wasn't constructed for any casual purpose. Only something very important to the ancients would have been worth the effort and investment that it took to construct Stonehenge.

Windsor Castle- is an official residence of The Queen and the largest occupied castle in the world. A royal palace and fortress for over 900 years, the Castle remains a working palace today. Visitors can walk around the State Apartments, extensive suites of rooms at the heart of the working palace; for part of the year visitors can also see the Semi State rooms, which are some of the most splendid interiors in the castle. They are furnished with treasures from the Royal Collection including paintings by Holbein, Rubens, Van Dyck and Lawrence, fine tapestries and porcelain, sculpture and armour. Within the Castle complex there are many additional attractions. In the Drawings Gallery regular exhibitions of treasures from the Royal Library are mounted. Another popular feature is the Queen Mary's Dolls' House, a miniature mansion built to perfection. The fourteenth-century St. George's Chapel is the burial place of ten sovereigns, home of the Order of the Garter, and setting for many Royal weddings

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