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Established in 1066 by William the Conqueror, the Tower of London's status as a tourist favourite had started as early as the 1590s and continues to grow in strength.
Located a stone's throw away from Trafalgar Square, the Harp provides guests with a traditional British ale house experience, focusing on drinks far more than food.
One of London’s largest parks, Hyde Park spans 350 acres and is a popular destination for both tourists and locals, providing ample opportunities for a leisurely walk and a relaxed picnic.
With a history of over a millennia, the historical Borough Market is one of the largest and most notable food markets of London, and a popular draw for locals and tourist alike.
The magnificent British Museum host an exhibit of 8,000,000 items spanning 2 million years of human experience, with galleries featuring Africa, the Americas, Ancient Egypt, Asia, Europe, Middle East, Classical Greece and Rome, and more.
Situated on its namesake Regency Street, Regency Café is a no-frills American-diner style English cafe famous for their English breakfast, coffee, tea, and brunches.
Oxford Street is the most popular shopping destination in all of London, among the best in the world. From budget firesale prices to the utmost of luxury, Oxford Street has something for everyone, regardless of wallet size.