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    Where are you from? What are you interested in and how long you here for? over 5 years ago

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    London over 5 years ago

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    I am from Spain and I am interested in visiting London. I would stay about a week and a half. over 5 years ago

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    So which I can visit then?? over 5 years ago

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    Tower of Londn over 5 years ago

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    If you're visiting London just walking around will be great. There's lots of things to see within a relatively compact area of the city centre.

    A great walk is from Waterloo station, along the Southbank, to London Bridge.

    Enjoy. over 5 years ago

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    Thanks you!! over 5 years ago

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    Thank you! * over 5 years ago

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    If your staying about a week and half, why don't you try to visit channel islands for a different island experience .In Island of jersey you will have an awesome experience with many activities, different coastal beaches,hotels and restaurants,.Try to visit Channel islands on your way back to home. about 5 years ago

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    If you're just going to London, get the Eye Witness Guide to London. It's easy to read, give great information and maps etc. about 5 years ago

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    There are different places you can visit in London, well it depends on what type of places you want to visit.
    Places I want to go in London are, Tower of London, Royal Museums, London Eye, Natural history museum, National gallery and british museum because I love to see the history and precious things of the past that left and saved in these museums worldwide. about 5 years ago

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    Tower of London, British Museum and Natural History Museum are my favourites. I love the Tate Modern and also the National Gallery.

    London really is a good city to walk around. Its easy to do yourself, or you could join an organized tour. Have heard great things about http://www.bowlofchalk.net/ who do tours and you pay what you can afford. The walking tours seem to take in some of the more unusual places.

    For a market vibe, head to Camden or Portabello. For shopping, there are umpteen malls and arcades - the biggest is Westfield in Shepherds Bush.

    For parks, I like Hyde Park, Richmond Park and Kew Gardens. Chiswick is nice and if you are able to head out further, then somewhere like Virginia Water or Windsor Great Park are really nice.

    London has a good tube and bus network and its very easy to do a day trip from London to say Brighton or Cambridge if you feel like a change. about 5 years ago

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    Hola Lucía, he visto que eres española al igual que yo. Te recomendaría ir a Bath si tienes más de una semana en Inglaterra, al igual que Brighton que está al sur. Yo viví en el norte (Wakefield) y también es bastante interesante, aunque pienso que necesitarías al menos una semana para ver York (una ciudad medieval muy bonita) Liverpool si estás interesada en la música británica y grupos como los Beatles, y Bradford donde está el museo nacional de cine y televisión, además de ser una ciudad bonita. También tienes parques naturales en la región de Yorkshire. No obstante, si tienes alguna pregunta puedes contactarme. Espero haberte ayudado. about 5 years ago

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    Muchas gracias por tu ayuda me ha servido de mucho about 5 years ago

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