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Some of this country’s most spectacular parks are in our capital city. You may not associate open green spaces with inner city locations. If you’ve never experienced a London Park, the spring time is a fantastic time to make their acquaintance.
More often than not visitors to London come for the shops, museums and sights but pay little attention to the amazing parks that London has to offer. Residents and locals however are well acquainted and you’ll find plenty to do and see. One of the best things about these beautiful oases is that enjoying them is free!
The most popular parks are the Royal Parks and many of these are clustered around the main sights. St James Park and Green Park border the grounds of Buckingham Palace, and St James Park incorporates The Mall. Covering 58 acres, St. James is fantastic in the spring with plenty of greenery and lakes. The water is home to the obligatory ducks and geese, but Green Park is also home to a more surprising pod of pelicans.
Green Park is a little smaller than St James at 47 acres and tends to be a little more peaceful than its buzzing neighbour with plenty of greenery and mature trees which really come into their own with blossoms and fresh green leaves.
Also in the thick of it are Hyde Park and Kensington Park. Hyde Park is one of London’s most popular parks; with over 4000 trees over 350 acres it encompasses, meadowlands, lakes, horse rides and plenty of opportunities to chill and take it easy. It is also where they hold the annual Proms in the Park and Party in the Park. Its neighbouring Kensington Park is slightly smaller at 275 acres and is more `formal` than Hyde Park. Here you will find avenues of trees, formal flower beds, The Albert Memorial and a statue of Peter Pan as well as the Peter Pan themed Diana Memorial Playground.
Regents Park has been popular with Londoners for around 150 years. The 410 acres incorporates the largest outdoor sports arena in London. Climb Primrose Hill for some spectacular London views or visit nearby London Zoo. The park also boasts an open air theatre and a number of cafes where you can chill out. It’s easy to forget you’re in London here.
At 2500 acres and with a herd of free roaming deer, Richmond Park is by far London’s biggest park and has royal connections that date back to the 13th Century. With its elevated position there are amazing views on clear days where you can see the River Thames and St Paul’s Cathedral. The spring is a great time to discover the park’s woodlands, ponds and flower gardens and the park is designated as a Site of Special Scientific Interest.
London is full of parks and open spaces which really come into their own when the sun starts to shine and the weather warms and they are easy to get to on the tube, on foot, or by taxi. On our London Taxi Tours, you can drive down The Mall with Green Park and St. James Park on either side or visit whichever London park takes your fancy.
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If you would like an informed commentary as you tour around London in comfort, there is no one better than a London black cab driver. Equally eloquent on solving the international financial crisis, unemployment and all politics, black cab drivers know every inch of London and how best to avoid the city’s frequent traffic snarl-ups.
Visit all of London`s famous landmarks, from Buckingham Palace to the London Eye and from Westminster Abbey to the Houses of Parliament and Big Ben. Not only is your driver a qualified tour guide, but black taxis are comfortable for those who need wheelchair and other disabled access. You will have lots of opportunities to stop and take photos.
Enjoy the trip down the Mall from Buckingham Palace to Trafalgar Square, past the Admiralty Arch. This stretch of central London road is closed to all tourist transport except black cabs.
Try arranging a trip on the London Eye to see London from the world`s highest wheel. A trip in one of the 32 glass capsules takes just 30 minutes. Parking spaces for black cab tours around the Eye and neighbouring County Hall are plentiful so there is no need to worry about walking too far.
Take a black cab for a day out of London to visit 900 years of history at Windsor Castle. You are able to visit the Castle`s state apartments and St. George’s Chapel, finishing off with lunch at one of Windsor`s historic pubs or restaurants. After lunch, drive down from Windsor by the riverside to Runnymede where, in 1215, King John signed the Magna Carta, the document that founded much of English law.
For a fascinating experience of ghoulish London, take a cab to Whitechapel in East London where Jack the Ripper committed his murders. On the way, pass the Old Bailey court that stands alongside the site of Newgate Prison with its debtor`s gate set within the old walls of London.
Hunt for bargains at Brick Lane and Spitalfields Markets before seeing the Olympic site at Stratford. Finish the day at Maritime Greenwich, a World Heritage Site with beautiful riverside buildings designed by Sir Christopher Wren.
For both fun and education, there is no better place than South Kensington in south west London. The Natural History, Science and Victoria & Albert Museums are located in a convenient location around Exhibition Road. Take in dinosaurs, inter-galactic travel and Medieval tapestries before stopping off for afternoon tea at Harrods department store.
It is only 100 miles from London to Bath, a city of Georgian beauty in the county of Somerset. The London taxi can take you to see the Roman Baths, Assembly Rooms and the iconic Royal Crescent with plenty of photo opportunities. The return trip takes in Salisbury Plain in Wiltshire and the Neolithic stones at Stonehenge. If you have time, you can even drive into Salisbury and see Britain`s most magnificent cathedral, or drive through Oxford instead and see this ancient city’s Dreaming Spires.
You will be back in London in time to collect Boxoffice tickets for the theatre in the evening. After the theatre, arrange a trip around London at night and see the riverside lit up in glorious splendour.
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Walking around London is the best way to get to know the city. Along the way, you can stop at many famous places that offer free admission.
We have put together a list of links for you to the various websites that offer free self-guided walks of London and some free led walks as well:
London Walks offers free, downloadable walking tours for your iPod, iPad, iPhone smartphone or other MP3 device. You can hear the sounds of London as you walk. Directions, walking routes, and the history of London and the buildings and sights you pass are all featured as the walks progress. The downloads are free, but you can donate $25 to receive a disk containing all walks.
South Bank London has five guides in the “Walk This Way” series that explore intriguing pockets of architecture and history along the River Thames.
Walk London has worked with the local authorities to develop an impressive network of quality walking routes. This site has something to offer whether you are looking for a place to feed the ducks, a short stroll in your lunch hour, or an energetic walk to pep you up.
Walk4Life has free led walks all over London on the weekend of Saturday January 28 2011 and Sunday January 29 2011
The Magician offers a free Harry Potter Walk of London. They will email you a booklet that you can download and print off. You can then follow the Harry Potter London walk step by step.
London For Free has information and maps for various free self-guided walking tours. Each one covers a different part of London. Simply choose the area you want to explore, print the walk, and go London sightseeing for free.
Walking for Health has all the latest news, events, and other useful information to get you walking in the capital.
London Gardens Trust offers a way to explore the lesser-known gardens and green spaces in the capital. Using their guides, you will discover a range of garden squares, small parks, churchyards and community gardens, which together reflect the history of London from Roman times to the present day.
Walks of London is the website of Richard Jones who has been a pioneering figure on the London walking tour scene for the last 25 years. His website is a great resource for information about free London walks.
London Tool Kit offers free self-guided walking tours of London. Their four walks cover the main areas of Central London that a first-time visitor will want to cover.
So take a walk around London, and see what the Capital has to offer. There are some fabulous places to explore and some great walks connecting them. You’ll be surprised just how much you can cover and just how much more you will see by walking.
And don’t forget to look up! The best part of London’s architecture is not at street level!
If walking London is not for you, maybe a tour of London in a comfortable and iconic London taxi would be just the thing.
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A classic London taxi is a great way to tour the capital. The black taxi has long been one of London`s most iconic symbols. We specialise in taxi-based tours of London. Our London Black Taxi Tours are a great way to see the sights, from the well-known to the surprising, the spooky and the exhilarating. Your tour guide and cab driver are one and the same. Anyone who knows London knows that the only people with the real Knowledge of the city are the famous London Taxi drivers.
We offer a range of tours with something suitable for everyone. The taxis are wheelchair friendly and can pick up and drop off customers at any Central London location. Taxis can access routes that the tour buses cannot always get to, plus the comfort and privacy of a private cab beats a windy bus any day.
The London Highlights Tour is the perfect introduction to London. The tour includes well known sights such as Buckingham Palace, The Houses of Parliament, and The London Eye. Along the way, you will see and be introduced to many other landmarks and sights of London. Those enjoying the tour will also enjoy a fascinating history of London as told by your guide.
Other tours we provide include the magical Harry Potter Tour. This tour is suitable for budding wizards, potty Potter fans, or just about anyone who has enjoyed the books or films. Highlights include a photo opportunity at the famous Platform 9 ¾ and a trip to Leadenhall Market, home of the Leaky Cauldron.
Anyone looking for some chilling and mysterious insights into London`s history may fancy the Jack the Ripper Tour. The tour includes the murder sites and the notorious east London pubs where the Ripper met his victims. Your guide will have specialist knowledge of all things `Ripper-related` and will be able to answer all your questions.
London is thought to be one of the most haunted places in the world, which means the Haunted London Tour is in high demand. Visiting some of London`s most notoriously haunted addresses such as 50 Berkeley Square in Mayfair and The Grenadier Pub in Belgravia is on the agenda.
There is also an opportunity to take a Customised Tour of London. This can include some of your own ideas or alternatively some suggestions from the cabbie themselves. This tour is great for those with children who may need to stop at a park or for food along the way.
Tours are not just for tourists, even those living and working in the capital can be both entertained and educated by a London Black Taxi tour. The tours are a great way to impress a client, and we can pick up and drop off from your office space in London.
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