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London has more than 200 museums and art galleries. Including the British Museum voted as one of the most important museums in the world. Here you can see Rosetta Stone or one of the biggest collections of Egyptian art in the world.
You have a lot of options and variety: London history, modern art, cartoons, science, design, animals, geology, blue whale skeleton… the list of options is endless.
Late Museums nights it is also a great idea. Here the museum becomes a dance floor with Dj’s, workshops and installations. You can appreciate the art and but also dance between paintings and sculptures.
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Sunny days are a big event for Londoners. They take the parks, organise BBQs, sports activities, a picnic. It is normal to see them on their bathing suit or enjoying a good book.
The parks are an amazing option to escape from the craziness of the city. London has many green areas to enjoy nature, animals and beautiful gardens.
My first days in London I was completely obsessed with Free walking tours. This is a perfect opportunity to get the best tips for the city and all the cool stories from the locals.
You can choose between exploring East or West London. If you are feeling brave, you can go for a ghost tour or visit the places where Jack the Ripper committed his horrible crimes or one of my favourites, the graffiti tour in Brick Lane.
The tours are for free, but at the end the tour guide asks for a tip, giving you the chance of rate the price of the tour.
London is heaven for foodie lovers and the best place to have a culinary tour around the world. We must warn you! one you start you will want to try all of them.
5.Changing of guard
Do you like everything related to the royals? Changing of guard it is a typical tradition in London and it takes place four times per week during the winter and every day during the summer.
The guards, wearing typical red suits and bear hair hats, are responsible for taking care of the Queen.
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