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London immediately evokes historic images of royalty, palaces and monuments simultaneously with fashion, music and theatre. To say it is world-renowned is an understatement. Icelandair offers daily cheap flights to London for year-round enjoyment. Whether for business or pleasure, London is a city to treasure.
More than queens and princes in London
A visit to London is like a tour through a history book. It’s hard to resist watching the changing of the guards at Buckingham Palace or checking your watch with Big Ben, but there’s much more to London than castles.
Visitors may take the Underground or “Tube” all around the city or opt to travel above ground in a red double-decker bus or the familiar black cab. It’s a great walking city, with interesting sights, sounds and even smells around every corner, as the world’s cultures mix and mingle here with ease.
Culture and sub-culture in London
Trendy shops sit side-by-side with prestigious stores carrying Royal Warrants that have been awarded to firms supplying the Royal household with goods and services since Henry II's reign in 1155. Theatres present plays by Sophocles, Shakespeare, Dickens, Ibsen, Hart/Kaufman, Albee, Shaffer, Lloyd Webber – the list goes on and on. World-class museums feature not only art but also toys, transportation, medicine, fashion, Florence Nightingale and even Sherlock Holmes!
And then there’s the very special English pub culture. The simple food and amenable atmosphere are the trademarks of a typical neighborhood pub, even in the heart of the city. Enjoy a pint or two along with a rousing conversation about the latest soccer match. If you’re lucky enough to get tickets, London’s Premier League teams, such as Arsenal, Tottenham, West Ham, Fulham or Chelsea, will provide thrilling and truly British memories.
There simply is no end to the familiar – and the secret – places and things to see and do in London.
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Shopping? Try Oxford Street, London’s biggest shopping street, Selfridges shopping center, Paul Smith, 40-44 Floral Street, Covent Garden, king of British fashion, New Bond Street, many famous labels here, likewise in Kensington High Street. Covent Garden offers many interesting shops and Kings Road has many big- label shops and restaurants. V.A.T. is 17,5% which can be refunded for purchases min. of 50 pounds. You need to ask for a V.A.T . form when you pay for the goods and then you collect your refund at the airport as you leave the country.
Hungry? Try The Fat Duck, one of the finest restaurants in the world, with three Michelin stars to it´s name since 2004. The Pie Man in Chelsea and Kensington, London’s best pies. The Bombay Brasserie, Courtfield Close, Courtfield Road, excellent Indian food. The Berkley, Wilton Place, five stars in a Sunday Times review, The Wolseley, 160 Piccadilly, new and popular, Fifteen, 15 Westland Place, Jamie Oliver’s restaurant. Neal Street Restaurant, 26 Neal Street WC2H 9PS, Italian, one of the best and Monkeys, 1 Cale Street, SW3 3QT, British fare and very good!