European Destinations Not To Miss In 2019

Europe is one of the most sought after destinations when it comes to travelling – whether it’s a first time traveller, a seasoned globetrotter or a family getaway for the summer holidays. It’s got a bit of something for everyone, and with so many amazing countries to visit, it’s the perfect way to get the most out of any trip, whatever the length. But just which country or countries should you choose for that epic European adventure? Each has its own flavour, vibe and attractions, so how can you pick? Here’s a couple of top European destinations you should try this year.

Italy

One of the most popular options when it comes to European travel, Italy has a whole host of places to experience and things to do. Not only this, but it’s rich with history and beautiful cities to explore and even offers up some island life such as visiting the southern island of Sicily. If you’re looking for the real Italian experience though, consider a week or more in rural Tuscany, where the wine is to die for and the rolling hills will keep taking your breath away day after day.

Ireland 

Ireland may seem sometimes rainy and gloomy, but that’s part of the charm. Don’t forget some warm clothes and waterproofs and you’re sure to have the time of your life exploring the Emerald Isle and all its unique villages, towns and cities. Kiss the Blarney Stone at Blarney Castle just outside Cork, catch the majestic Cliffs of Moher in county Clare or take a road trip around the Ring of Kerry – a well known route that takes you through some of the backcountry wilderness past lakes, through hills and tiny villages – some of which only got electricity in the last decade or two.

Greece

Who doesn’t want to while away the hours on a Greek island for their holiday. It’s the thing that dreams are frequently made of. With dozens of islands to choose from, plus a vast and interesting mainland rich with history and myths, Greece continues to delight visitors year after year and is almost always in the top five or ten for many people visiting Europe. Not to mention – the food is to die for, too!

Czech Republic

Known for being one of the stag party capitals of the world, the Czech Republic (sometimes known today as Czechia) is far more than just cheap beer and seedy bars. The beautiful and unique architecture of the place brings visitors from around the world to experience its museums, history and amazing food – a combination of Eastern European, German and Hungarian, the perfect mix! With spa towns and crazy sites to visit like the Ossuary at Sedlec in Kutna Hora, the Czech Republic will easily keep you guessing and engaged at every turn.

With so many cool destinations to choose from, how do you pick? If you like the sound of more than one place, why not consider a couple. The nice thing about Europe is the array of budget airlines meaning you can get from country to country quickly, easily and for far less than you might expect. Enjoy!

Top Places To Check Out In The UK

Are you looking for something truly awesome for this summer’s holidays with your partner, family, kids or friends? Whether you live in the UK or somewhere else, a trip to old Blighty never goes awry, with so much to see, do and great deals to be had on hotels, car hires and more. The whole country is awash with amazing experiences to be had, but what are some do not miss places? Check out this handy guide to helping plan your summer UK travel itinerary.

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London

Easily one of the best places to start in the UK is the city of London. Home to so many things to see and do you might need to come back for round two, it’s a city that never sleeps and always seems to have something going on. Whether you explore solo or join one of the many amazing tours of London that are available, you’re sure to have a great time. Top notch locations for any visit to the capital include Covent Garden market, the Tower of London, Big Ben and the Houses of Parliament, the London Dungeon, and don’t forget that almost all of the museums in London are free. Add to this the enormous collection of restaurants, bars and nightclubs and you have the perfect place to start any trip.

Brighton

Not far from London, on the southern coast, is the small city of Brighton. This cute seaside town is known perhaps the best for its famous ‘Brighton Pier’, the UK’s take on California’s Santa Monica pier, but with a distinctly British flavour that includes penny arcades, the popular ‘Brighton Rock’ candy and a few fairground style rides and amusements. The city itself is a wonderful place to explore with tiny backstreets, hidden gems of restaurants and pubs and a vibrant night scene. The Brighton Pavilion, also known as the Royal Pavilion, a former royal residence, is a perfect way to spend an afternoon, wandering through its impressive halls and gardens. Hotels and accommodation in Brighton can vary from basic and budget friendly to lavish and luxurious with seaside views. What do you fancy?

Wiltshire and Somerset

If you like cider, beautiful country lanes and unique historical points of interest, you won’t want to miss Wiltshire and Somerset. Easily done in a day or two, these two counties are about an hour and a half to two hours from London by train, although renting a car is advisable if you want to get out of the main cities of Salisbury and Bath. Salisbury is home to the impressive Salisbury Cathedral, which also houses one of the last remaining original copies of the Magna Carta as well as some truly unique pubs and points of interest such as the Poultry Cross, Old Sarum and of course, Stonehenge is a short drive away (although you can take the Stonehenge tour bus which departs regularly from Salisbury station).

Somerset is similar and is a hilly, beautiful area with many villages you don’t want to miss including Wells and Glastonbury. Bath is the main city with its gorgeous Bath Stone architecture, the Roman Baths and the impressive Thermae spa, giving visitors the opportunity to bathe in the same waters as the Romans.

So what are you waiting for? Come check out the UK – or if you live there, take this opportunity to explore your own unique, engaging and impressive backyard. You honestly won’t regret it!

5 Top Tips For Visiting Russia

Have you ever dreamt of visiting somewhere exotic and exciting that many people don’t think to travel to? Eastern Europe – and Russia in particular – is a great area for those seeking a bit of a challenge. With unique culture, food, music and history, Russia has long created a sense of mystique around it, with many people who travel there reporting that it was hugely rewarding, even in the winter when the mercury can dip to bone-chilling temperatures. Sound like something you could get in on? Check out these five top tips for visiting Russia.

Get Your Visa First

One of the things you should consider doing before you do anything else is to get your Russian visa online before you go. Citizens of many countries aren’t able to get visas on arrival in the likes of Russia, so it’s imperative to get your visa before you fly or risk being turned around and denied entry. Getting a visa online is super quick and easy, and leaving this delicate aspect of your trip in the hands of professionals is a great way to ensure everything goes smoothly and leaves nothing to chance.

Try A Spa

Once you’re in Russia, one of the things you have to try is a real Russian spa. They say that it’s a great way to draw out the toxins in your body, but it also might leave you a bit shocked. Part of the spa process includes not just sitting in a sauna like we do in the west, but being hit up and down with switches of branches with leaves still on them. This helps to draw out the toxins and can actually be a fairly relaxing experience. If it’s winter, usually it’s followed by a shocking jump into an outdoor lake to help close up the pores. Try at your peril, but it would be a pretty fantastic cultural experience all the same!

Eat All The Food!

Russia has some of the most amazing food on offer and you will do yourself a disservice if you miss out and stick to things like McDonald’s or other western chains. Check out the varied, seasoned dishes like borscht (a beetroot soup), pelmeni (small dumplings with meat), varenyky (larger dumplings often with potato) and the whole range of salads, pickles and of course, vodka! The vodka distilled in Russia is some of the best in the world, so don’t miss out!

Choose Your Cities Carefully

One thing you need to do when you book a trip to Russia is to pick the cities you want to see carefully. There are a number of cities worth visiting in the country, but some can be very far distances from where you start your trip. The two most common cities to visit include St Petersburg as well as Moscow, but some like to visit Yekaterinburg as well to see the site where the last imperial family of Russia were murdered. Whatever your choices for Russian cities, know that you’re in for a treat.

Book A Car

One of the best ways to see all the sights of cities like St Petersburg and Moscow is to book a car or taxi to take you around for the day. It’s an easy and straightforward process and can be done online and ensures you will get the most out of your Russia experience with a qualified and knowledgeable driver who can even help suggest sites of interest for you.

So if you’re looking for a bit of a challenge this year, consider heading to Russia. Hopefully these cool tips will help you plan the getaway of a lifetime! Enjoy!

10 Most Desired Travel Locations in 2019

You have some vacation time, and you want to make it count. That’s easy to do when you go to one of the most desired travel destinations. Pick a destination, choose one of the luxury villa rentals, and get ready to enjoy every minute of your vacation.

1. Paris, France

When U.S. News makes a list of the “World’s Best Places to Visit,” you have to take notice. Paris, France sits atop that list, and with the Louvre, Eiffel Tower, and more, it’s easy to see why. This is easily a top spot for those seeking luxury vacations.

2. Bahamas

Expect 2019 to be the year of the Bahamas. The white sand beaches are a huge draw, and the snorkeling and scuba diving are top notch. You can even see swimming pigs here.

3. Barcelona, Spain

As one of the oldest cities in the world, you can soak up the history when you visit Barcelona. It’s also home to some of the best seafood in the world and the nightlife will keep you entertained. Be sure to get one of the luxury villa rentals, so you can relax after a night of partying.

4. New York City, New York

The Big Apple is always a top travel destination. From Broadway shows to ample museums, there is never a dull moment here.

5. Montana and Idaho

You might be surprised to see Montana and Idaho together on the list, but that’s because both will grant you access to Yellowstone National Park. Get one of the luxury villa rentals close to the park, and you’ll be in for some amazing sights and lots of recreation.

6. Dominican Republic

Expect more people than ever to visit the Dominican Republic in 2019. The beaches and waterfalls are reason enough to visit, but it also has a vibrant nightlife and a great deal of history.

7. Santorini, Greece

Each year, countless people take luxury vacations to Greece. Many choose Santorini as their destination due to the red and black sand beaches, wineries, and ancient ruins.

8. Maui, Hawaii

You will feel like you’re in another world when you travel to Maui, Hawaii. Volcanoes, jungles, and black sand make this destination a breathtaking one. You can even play at a world-class golf course here.

9. Las Vegas, Nevada

The city that never sleeps knows a thing or two about luring tourists interested in luxury vacations. The city has more to offer than casinos, although they are a huge draw. It also has unique museums and ample sights, and it’s close to other popular destinations, such as the Grand Canyon.

10. Costa Rica

 

If you love the great outdoors, book one of the luxury villa rentals in Costa Rica and get ready for an epic adventure. Explore volcanoes and rainforests, examine the wildlife, and lounge on one of the beaches here.

Where Do You Want to Visit?

Any of these destinations are perfect for those who want to take luxury vacations. Decide which one fits into your vacation style, book one of the luxury villa rentals, and start packing. It’s about time to take that dream vacation.

GREECES ISLAND SMALL JEMS

Greece has more than 2500 islands and 165 of them are inhabited. Summer in Greece is warm to hot and this makes the islands a perfect destination for summer holidays.

Some of the islands are more touristic and others are quieter, so the visitor can choose from a big range according to his needs. No matter which one you choose, you will enjoy the pleasant weather, the transparent waters and Greek hospitality.

Among the plethora of Greek islands, there are 3 of them that could be described as small gems: Mykonos, Paros and Santorini. Each one has its own beauty and character but they all are chosen by thousands of visitors each year.

Mykonos: sandy beaches and luxury accommodation

Mykonos is the favorite Greek island of international celebrities. Not long ago, it was just another fishermen island in the Aegean Sea – until rich and famous travellers discovered its natural beauties. Today, Mykonos has become one of the most luxurious summer destinations.

Mykonos has more than 30 beaches and most of them have golden sand and are well protected from the winds. The famous southern party beaches – Paradise, Super Paradise, Paraga and Psarou – are all very organized but sometimes they get overcrowded.

Other beaches like Elia or Panormos are also sandy and partly organized but accept fewer visitors and are more suitable for guests who prefer a more serene beach.

Luxury accommodation has become a part of Mykonos lifestyle. Mykonos Luxury Villas are the most lavish places to stay and they offer a lot of amenities and privacy. VIPs usually choose a Mykonos Villa by MLV, the leading villa company in the island for their accommodation.

High level luxury can also be found in one of the many 5 star hotels of the island. The bigger ones have their own restaurants, beach bars, private beaches, boutiques and spas, so that their guests can find anything near them.

Paros: sandy beaches / Naoussa + Parikia

Another very touristic island in Cyclades is Paros. It also has many beautiful sandy beaches, warm climate, beautiful whitewashed houses and great nightlife.

Paros best beaches are:

  • Kolymbithres, where white rocks create unique tiny bays
  • Chrissi Akti, a perfect sandy beach for windsurf lovers. Its name means “golden beach” in Greek
  • Ai Yannis or Monastiri, a lounge, organized beach with a lot of events taking place during the whole summer
  • Piperi, a beautiful long beach in a very convenient location near Naoussa
  • Ambelas, the beach that many locals prefer, with a lot of taverns

The two most visited areas in Paros are Parikia, the capital and main port of the island, and Naoussa or Agoussa. They both are built at the seafront, have a good nightlife and a lot of places to see.

At Naoussa don’t miss the Venetian castle, built during the 13th century, and the Aqua Park, accessible only by boat leaving from Naoussa every hour. Naoussa is the center of nightlife in Paros with a lot of clubs, bars, restaurants and cafes.

At Parikia you can visit the Archeological Museum of Paros, the Castle and the Church of Panagia Ekatontapiliani, one of the most famous Greek churches. The main seaside road has a lot of traditional taverns with fresh fish and nice views, while the central market road has many small or bigger shops with traditional products and souvenirs.

Santorini –  amazing views/ volcano

Santorini is rich in different landscapes and full of colors. Fira, the capital, and other villages are built on the top of steep cliffs, offering astonishing views to the Ocean. Nightlife is intense with many clubs and bars and the island accepts thousands of young visitors every year.

The reason for Santorini’s special geography is the active volcano located on the islet of Nea Kameni, which had its last eruption in 1950. At Palia Kameni the sea waters are warmed by the volcano and you can have a natural spa just by swimming there.

Santorini beaches are either sandy or rocky in different colors and they easily get overcrowded as tourists seem to love the island. Some of its most famous beaches are the Red Beach, the White Beach, Vlychada, Perivolos, Kamari and Perissa.

Oia is said to have the most spectacular sunset and Foinikia is a colorful village with blue, pink and green houses.

Top 3 cities to visit around the United Kingdom

There are some stunning cities around the United Kingdom with a large number of sites to see. So which ones top the list? Here we cover the three cities that must be visited and the various sites available.

1) London

Number one simply has to be London as it is one of the leading cities in the world. There are a vast majority of things to do in the city including visiting the National gallery and the British museum. These are both also free entry which is a further plus. Another popular site to see amongst tourists is the Houses of Parliament, which are of course home to world’s most famous clock, Big Ben.

In the summer months, Greenwich park is a very popular spot, and at the top of the hill provides a stunning view of the entire city. If you are more of a food and drink person then it is best to look no further than Borough market. Now over 1000 years old, it covers cuisine from all over the world and will have something for everyone’s needs. This is even more popular around the Christmas period.

Tourists may also look to visit the famous Downing street door, which are similar to these here. The final popular destination in the city is the Shard, which has a vast number of stunning food options available.

2) Cambridge

Number two is Cambridge, which is of course home to one of the leading Universities in not only the country but the world. The city is defined by Cambridge University, which has certainly played a role to the overall look of the city. It sits at the top of the list when it comes to pretty places to visit in the UK, with lots to see and great foot or cycling routes. The King’s College Chapel is one of the most popular destinations for visitors.

3) Bath

Number three in the list is the beautiful city of Bath. Another city that plays host to a leading University. It is such a popular destination for tourists due to the incredible Georgian architecture and world class museums and history. The City also has a large number of thermal spas, which drive a large number of people to the city.

5 Tips For Packing Light On A Spring Europe Trip

If you are planning a spring Europe trip,plan on packing light but make sure you don’t forget the key essentials. Here are five tips for packing light on a spring Europe trip to help you out.

1. Look Up the Typical Weather of All Destinations You are Visiting

The climate and temperature can vary greatly throughout the different countries in Europe, so it is important to arm yourself with someforeknowledge about what climate you can expect. If you are visiting only one destination, it will be a bit easier, as you only need to research what type of weather is typical for this destination during the spring. Do not assume it is the type of spring weather you are used to – do the research and plan accordingly. When visiting destinations in different countries, you should check if they have drastically different climates in the springtime, and consider whether you can overlap certain articles of clothing. If it will be warm in one area and cold in another, layers can be a great option.

2. Pack Merino Wool Clothing

Consider packing merino wool clothing, as this type of clothing is not only warm and breathable, but also durable and comfortable. It can go weeks without having to be washed. This means that, of all the tips to help you pack lighton your spring Euro-trip, this is the one that will also save you money, since you won’t have to constantly visit the Laundromat. Consider packing merino wool clothing to avoid packing unnecessary multiple cotton pieces of clothing.

3. Consider Your Luggage

There are pros and cons that come with the different packing options. You can choose a suitcase, backpack, or packing sleeve, but you should consider where you are traveling, the number of destinations you are visiting, and how much you need to bring in order to inform your decision. It is important to consider this carefully so you pick an option that lets you bring the essentials but also that lets you pack light. No one likes dragging a bulky bag around on a trip, and no one likes looking for an essential in a foreign country either.

Plan accordingly and you will enjoy your trip more. This article from The Savvy Backpackeroffers some insight on the pros and cons of suitcases, backpacks, and packing sleeves. It also discusses the variations you may find in each category. It can serve as a useful jumping point to consider how you should pack up your items for your spring trip to Europe.

4. Be Organized

It is crucial to pack in a way that makes it easy for you to find your key essential items quickly and easily. You do not want to add unnecessary bulk in your bag; just carry your passport, trip itineraries, toiletries, clothing and a few key electronics. Check out this helpful website, To Europe and Beyond, for some ideas on organization as you pack.

5. Layers

Layers can be your best friend in packing light and ensuring you are ready for whatever mother nature throws at you. Consider thin articles of clothing as much as possible (like the aforementioned Merino wool clothing), and compliment these with some thin sweaters, accessories or jackets to ensure you will stay warm and have options if it rains or if the weather gets a bit colder than you had planned.

Plan accordingly and pack light so that you can have fun on your upcoming spring trip to Europe. Use these five tips to get started, get packing and enjoy your trip!

Jack Bonner – Who Will Win The EPL Title This Season?

Despite the insane amount of US sport which we have in this country, it has always been soccer that caught my eye and I have been following the English Premier League along with my buddy Jack Bonner since we were in high school.

The popularity of the league is absolutely incredible and no matter where you go in the world you will find a fan of at least one club lurking in the corner by the TV. This season looks set to be one of the mostly hotly contested in recent years and the question is, who will win this season’s Premier League trophy, let’s look at the contenders.

Manchester United

Jose Mourinho has firmly got his foot under the table at Manchester United and with the support of the club’s money, he has put together the team that he wanted. With new $100 million accusation Romelu Lukaku firing on all cylinders already, along with players like Pogba, Mikhitaryan and Marcus Rashford in support, the Red Devils are more than ready to mount a title charge this year. Mourinho has won the league title in his second season for every club that he has managed, a stat that bodes well for United fans across the world.

Tottenham Hotspur

Spurs and their manager Mauricio Pocgettino have arguably the best 11 in the Premier League and after finishing 3rd and 2nd in the last two seasons, the North London outfit will be looking to make it to top spot this year. A lack of real investment in the transfer window for attackers could prove to be the downfall of Spurs, despite their last minute acquisition of Fernando Llorente from Swnasea. Defensively Spurs look solid and assuming they have no real injury woes, expect the London club to finish in the top 3 this season, the title may be a bridge too far.

Manchester City

Pepe Guardiola and Man City’s oil rich owners have been writing plenty of cheques this transfer window as the ex-Barcelona boss sets his sights on the league title. With an aging squad and a boat load of new talent, the test will be on Guardiola to find his perfect 11 if he is looking to mount a real challenge this year. So far English football has been difficult to come to terms with for Guardiola but his new acquisitions may be able to change that. Expect the Citizens to push until the end but fall short when crunch time comes.

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Chelsea

The reigning champions have it all to do this year after selling Nemanja Matic to rivals Man United and missing out on targets like Lukaku, Llorente and Ross Barkley which has lead to a disgruntled manager in Antonio Conte. Chelsea still have winners and previous champions in their squad who know how to get the job done and new striker Alvaro Morata has also been there and done it with Juventus and Real Madrid. Chelsea won’t have it as easy as last year but they will still be pushing for those top two spots.

Some of the very best places to catch a theatre show in the UK

Going to the theatre is about much more than entertainment. A good show will move you, take you to a different place and make you think about your life through a different lens. But where are the best places to go to catch a theatre show in the UK? We’ve rounded up some of the best below.

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Blackpool, England

Blackpool is home to The Grand Theatre, Blackpool Opera House and Winter Gardens, all regularly playing host to some of the biggest touring theatre shows, such as The Railway Children, Sister Act and Hairspray. What makes Blackpool so special is that, as well as its historic theatres, the town is home to a whole host of exciting activities, meaning that you can make your theatre show part of a weekend getaway. Plus, when you book a Blackpool bed and breakfast through a price comparison website like Toprooms, you’ll save money and won’t have to worry about getting a taxi back to your accommodation after the show.

West End, London

How could we write a list of the best places to see a theatre show without mentioning the West End? London is home to some of the world’s most popular shows, with more than fourteen million people attending a show in the capital last year. Les Miserables, The Phantom of the Opera, Mamma Mia!, Disney’s The Lion King and Wicked are the five longest-running West End musicals currently running, while The Mousetrap is the longest-running overall with more than 26,000 performances since 1952.

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Manchester, England

Manchester is the capital of the north, home to thousands of productions a year. The Palace Theatre attracts big-name productions such as Sister Act, Wicked and Dirty Dancing, while the Royal Exchange, The Lowry, Manchester Opera House and the Dancehouse also stage regular theatre productions throughout the year. Because of this, and its thriving nightlife, Manchester truly is one of the best places in the country to catch a theatre show.

Edinburgh, Scotland

One of Scotland’s most stunning cities, Edinburgh is also home to Edinburgh Fringe, the world’s biggest arts festival that’s packed with music, dance, comedy and entertainment. The festival is home to an incredible 50,000 performances over 3,000 shows in 300 venues across the city and runs throughout August every year.

If you’re looking for a unique theatre show, or you want to see comedy, cabaret, musicals, operas or spoken word, then you’re bound to find something for you at the festival.

Wherever you go to find your theatre fix, you’re bound to enjoy a show that’s filled with art, power and emotion. The United Kingdom is home to thousands of talented entertainers all waiting to put on a great show, so book your seats now and consider turning your night into a weekend away to sample a new city and take in the sights while you’re at it. Enjoy!

What Activities and Events To See In London When Visiting For The First Time

So easy to get lost in this exciting city, one of the biggest megapolises in the world. London attracts visitors with its rich historical heritage, culture and arts, creative fashion, fun theme parks and busy nightlife. Visiting London for the first time, you can mark your personal route to see a bit of everything. Getting around London is easy when you know the destination you want to visit. Here are a few exciting things to do:

The first glance on the city up from the sky

By taking a ride on the Coca-Cola London Eye at more than 400 feet above the ground, a visitor can see the British capital as birds normally see it. This world-wide famous Ferris wheel will introduce you to a city and help you to draw your personal London mind map. There are 32 save capsules that can hold about 25 people each. They take visitors for 30 minutes exciting trip. If you want some personal space, you can order a private capsule and have a romantic night with champagne and a stunning view.

Visit the British Museum

This museum has a lot of interesting things to satisfy your curiosity and wanderlust.Founded in the year 1973, it has been attracting millions of vacationers all over the world because of its notable collections of arts, cultures, and everything important throughout human history. Many young people also come here because it’s one of the best places to celebrate 21st birthday. If you are visiting London this year, don’t forget to come and explore this magnificent attraction.

Discovering historical spots by the river

Simply going along the Themes you can find most of the iconic London attractions. First, come to the royal residence built in the mid-nineteenth century – the Buckingham Palace. Maybe you are lucky enough to see the Queen herself or other members of the royal family. The beautifully decorated State Rooms open their doors to the Palace visitors all year round, and it takes two hours to enjoy the spirit of the mighty empire.
Make sure to step into Westminster Abbey, Houses of Parliament and one of the most famous British symbols – the Big Ben clock tower. Going down the river the visitors can find another well-known place, a legendary and spooky Tower with the Tower Bridge. The Tower used to be a royal palace, fortress, prison and even a royal zoo. You can spend merely a full day visiting various exhibitions and listening to the famous Beefeaters, conducting their special tours.

A fun day in a theme park

London is full of fun family parks to any taste. Chessington World of Adventures offers all kinds of rollercoasters, a children’s zoo, and even shark sea life center, while Shrek’s Adventure! London brings to the Far Far Away Land and funny world of Shrek with his friends. There are many unique things for Harry Potter fans too. They can visit Warner Bros. Studio Tour, see how the movies were filmed, try on the magician cloak and step into the Forbidden Forest, imagining to be Hogwarts’ students themselves.

Upcoming Events

This is something you definitely don’t want to miss. In fact, many tourists come to this city only for attending events. There are many great upcoming events such as Royal Opera House BP Big Screens, Pride in London, Notting Hill Carnival, Diwali Festival, Tony Robbins Firewalk event, La Clave Fest, and so many more… This city will make you feel young and alive again.

Finally, the places to eat

London is a quite expensive city. However, if you want to find food at an affordable price, no need to search for the McDonalds to eat cheap. London is a multicultural hub, and apart from traditional British meals, you can try exclusive Indian, Korean, Malaysian, or Turkish cuisine. You can also go to one of the big city markets, for example, the Street Food Union, where visitors can feel the spirit of regular city life and find good food at budget prices.