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Among the most visited cities in the world, London has centuries of history under its belt. The English capital is a major economic and trading hub. London is globally renowned for being a center of culture and is lined with numerous performing art venues, art galleries, and state-of-the-art museums. Travelers from around the world come here to see famous landmarks such as the Big Ben, Buckingham Palace, London Eye, and many more. The city offers a wide array of attractions and activities which suit diverse traveler preferences. London is also home to multiple World Heritage Sites as well as massive green spaces. The cosmopolitan metropolis is home to a multi-ethnic populace and has great culinary diversity. London is well connected via its five airports and extremely easy to navigate owing to its seamless public transport system.
Theater is a long-standing tradition in Britain and London’s West end has some of the best productions in the world. Visitors can choose from classic plays, operas, long running musicals, or new ones which debut every season. It is a once in a lifetime experience to see the spectacle of dance, music and drama. There are roughly 60 West End theaters which host a yearly audience of around 14 million. For cheaper tickets, visitors can go for the matinee shows or show up at the booth on the day of the show. Recommended shows are The Lion King, The Phantom of the Opera, The Book of Mormon, Les Miserables, Wicked, Mamma Mia! Aladdin, and Hamilton.
Popular Festivals and Events
London hosts several festivals and events all year round. These range from food, art, music, educational to sport, and much more. Few of the major festivals in London are Boat Race (April), Chelsea Flower Show (May), Trooping the Color (June), British Summer Time Hyde Park (July), Wimbledon (July), Notting Hill Carnival (August), Thames Festival (September), London Fashion Week (September), London Film Festival (October), Bonfire Night (November), and NYE Parade and fireworks (December).
Best Time to Visit London
The best time to visit London is from April to August when the weather is dry, and the temperature is soothing. If flyers wish to avoid crowds and can bear the cold, they can find London flight deals during February, March, and September.
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