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5 Must-do's for this Summer in London (and within walking distance to The Cavendish London!)

  • by Fabricio Torres
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  1. The London Eye: Now over 10 years old, The London Eye is already a beloved London classic, and is currently the most popular paid-for London attraction. The structure is 433 ft. high (135 metres) high, which is a whopping 117 feet (36 metres) higher than the Big Ben clock tower. This means that from the top of the observation wheel, the views are amazing, and on a nice day, the visibility can be up to 40 km. Also, included in the ticket there is the 4D London Experience, a cinematic 3D show with beautiful footage of the city and sensory effects.
  2. Buckingham Palace & St. James's Park (below): Did you know that in summer you can visit the State Rooms in Buckingham Palace? This year, the palace, which is one of the few working royal palaces remaining in the world today, will be opening its doors from 23rd July to 3rd October. The State Rooms form the heart of the working palace and feature luxurious furnishings and lavish decorations. With the entry, you can also visit the garden, which has fantastic views of the west front of the Palace and the lake. Buckingham Palace is just around a 10 minutes' walk from The Cavendish London.
    Green Park leading to Buckingham Palace



  3. Trafalgar Square and The National Gallery: Trafalgar Square, is London's most famous public square, and frequently used for community gatherings and political demonstrations. The traditional Nelson's column is located on Trafalgar Square, guarded by the four bronze lions that tourists from all over the world love so much. The current design of the square was finished in 1845. The National Gallery, on the north side of the square, is the most important art gallery in England and houses more than 2,300 works of art from the 13th Century to the 1900's. The gallery is comparable to the Louvre in Paris, or the Museo del Prado in Madrid, and the entry is free of charge. The square is just 10 minutes' walk from The Cavendish London!
  4. Piccadilly Circus (below): Piccadilly Circus is a public space just a 3 minutes walk from the hotel, where Shaftesbury Avenue, Piccadilly and Regent Street meet. It's a famous London landmark and a very attractive to tourists, which most Londoners can't really understand, but accept graciously. Piccadilly Circus is also used on occasions for public demonstrations and community gatherings. Piccadilly Circus divides the areas of Soho, Mayfair and St. James's.
    Piccadilly Circus at Night


  5. Jermyn Street (below): Jermyn Street is one of London's most elegant and stylish streets. The street is home to a number of traditional gentlemen clothes' designers as well as shoemakers. The options for shopping are endless, all of them stylish and very high quality. Our cheese supplier, Paxton & Whitfield is also based on Jermyn Street, which means that our cheese supply is close to being completely carbon free, since we are based on Jermyn Street as well. The back entrance of Fortnum & Mason, whose food halls have Royal Appointment to stock the Queen's larder, you can imagine the quality of the stock, a foodie's paradise.
    Jermyn Street near The Cavendish London





 

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