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Let's go to London....

Giulia Califano 1B

Many interesting places to visit in London

London Transport Museum

The Shard

Borough Market

Bubble Planet

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London Transport Museum is one of the best attractions for kids in London, documenting over 200 years of the city’s transport history. Discover how the capital’s cobbled streets were navigated by early Victorians, from the horse and carriage options available to the middle and upper classes to the boats used to transport workers across the River Thames – there were just two bridges crossing the waterway in the early 1800s

London Transport Museum

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Avoid midweek visits; the museum is a popular London attraction for school groups, which can often be found interacting with the attractions and tucking into packed lunches close by.

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The Shard is the tallest building in western Europe and offers some of the best views of London. Ascend to floors 68, 69 and 72 for panoramic views for up to 40 miles as part of ‘The View from The Shard’; the official experience includes a Champagne reception and access to the open-air sky deck.

The Shard

‘The View from The Shard’ tickets include a weather guarantee, granting access to another date if clouds dampen the experience.

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Are you worried about the British weather getting in the way of fabulous views?

Borough Market is regarded by many as one of London’s best and oldest food markets, largely thanks to the diversity of produce and traders dotted around the site. There are more than 100 stalls selling everything from East Sussex cheeses to South Tyrol charcuterie and pots of the juiciest olives outside of the Mediterranean

Borough Market is best experienced on the weekend. Visit early morning if weekday trips are a must. Midweek afternoons between 12 and 3 are the time to avoid – suited workers spilling out of the surrounding skyscrapers at lunchtime, snapping up on-the-go goods before shuffling back to their desks.

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Borough Market

WHAT CAN WE DO IN BOROUGH MARKET?

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It consists of a filling of roughly chopped pork and pork fat, surrounded by a layer of jellied pork stock in a hot water crust pastry.

PORK PIE

Fudge is a dense, rich confection typically made with sugar, milk or cream, butter and chocolate or other flavorings

FUDGE

Jacket potatoes are a popular food item in many cultures around the world.

Once the potato is cooked through, it is often split open and topped with a variety of toppings, such as butter, sour cream, cheese, chili, or bacon.

JACKET POTATOES

What can I eat in Borough Market?

is a world full of bubbles. There are so many rooms that were fun for kids and adults too.

There's a fun room with press-button games where you can pop balloons or throw a real ball at a wall with reactive projections.

In another room, robot arms make huge shimmering bubbles, or you can stand surrounded by a pool of washing up liquid, and haul up a rope to make the bubble surround you.

Bubble Planet

Many types of transport you can use to get around in London

buses

The bus is one of the most widely used public vehicles in urban and intercity transportation. It carries passengers by stopping at designated stops on certain lines.

The train is a public vehicle that is widely used in intercity and intercontinental travel. Trains run on certain lines on the rail system and usually cover longer distances. The train was first used in England in the early 1800s.

It costs around 4,40 £

6,80£