What can we say about London that hasn‘t already been said over and over?
That its name evokes the history and the greatness of a nation? That it‘s the largest
and most populated city in Europe ? That it offers endless entertainment, day and night?
London is so much more than that. On top of London’s famous landmarks — Big Ben,
Tower Bridge, Buckingham Palace – London is also home to some of the best museums in the world and has
more parks than any other capital. The picture would obviously be incomplete if we didn’t mention the incredibly
tolerant Londoners, who are shocked by nothing or almost nothing would shock
All you have to do now is to follow us to discover this majestic city.
LONDON IN FIGURES
5,000,000 visitors in business tourism per year
25,000 black cabs (London taxis)
500 European companies
400 conference centres
250 spoken languages
East London (the East End) is the trendy part of the city, where you can visit the popular boroughs of Shoreditch and Brick Lane, real open-air street art museums. This area also has a broad range of trendy and boutique hotels that attract young, hip people, journalists also advertisers, and more. East London, provides an interesting, more underground alternative to the London’s nightlife, and it is part of what makes London so exciting.
The West End is London’s prime tourist spot. Many events are taking place specially for incentive groups (themed tours, musicals, museums and more). This is where you can find the famous Soho, Covent Garden and Piccadilly districts. For food you will be spoil for choices as the area boasts many restaurants, with wide-variety of cuisine. With plenty to enjoy day and night, 24/7, the West End is a mandatory stop on a first trip to London.
SOUTHBANK & WESTMINSTER
The true heart of London, South Bank and Westminster have the most famous landmarks of the city in one place. Groups will enjoy the Houses of Parliament, Big Ben, Westminster Abbey and the London Eye. South Bank is the perfect place for leisurely strolls along the Thames, and it’s also a great place to enjoy a speedboat ride or embark on a dinner cruise.
The City is the capital’s business district and the location of many corporate headquarters. This area has a wide range of accommodations and restaurants. It’s also the centre of the capital’s architectural diversity, with a great mix of listed buildings and skyscrapers.