As a typical combination of traditional and modern English city. There is probably no other city in Europe with more sights to discover than London. No other city attracts more tourists than London.Whatever you think about London, visiting as a tourist is very different from living there. Each part of London has its own character. Some parts are richer than others, or more industrial, or have better housing. In London, there are many interesting places, even a street corner or an old shop will have its unique old story, if you observe carefully, you will find more belong to your own memorie.
London is deeply multicultural, with diversity infused into everyday life, fashion and cuisine. In London, you can experience the prosperity of diﬀerent times and the treasures of diﬀerent countries in the Museum. Borough Market is also a great place to sample the local cuisine. Whether it's Thai Tom yum Kung soup, Italian salami pizza, high-quality black truffle risotto, or Japanese cuisine, visitors to London's most famous market are drawn to the city, and you can even find a taste of your own country here. Or you can choose a sunny afternoon, and feel free to lie on the meadow in Hyde Park to spend a leisurely time. If you are lucky enough to be in Hyde Park at Christmas time, you can also take part in the famous annual Hyde Park Christmas Market, go ice-skating with loved ones and ride the Ferris wheel with friends sipping hot chocolate milk. There are also many small games, if you are a master of the game, you can not only spend a good night of entertainment time, but also can win a rich game reward.
London contains four World Heritage Sites: the Tower of London; Kew Gardens; the site comprising the Palace of Westminster, Westminster Abbey, and St Margaret's Church. In addition, London has a diverse range of peoples, cultures and religions and more than 300 languages are spoken within its boundaries. So, even if you are new to London, you are greeted by passers-by with friendly smiles and polite locals, making you feel familiar as if you are coming home.
During the day, head to Big Ben, a symbol of London that has stood for 150 years, to catch a glimpse of the world's most famous clock. Or walk on Tower Bridge, which crosses the Thames, and watch the classic red double-decker buses go by. At night, you can't miss the bustling Regent Street, where you can indulge in shopping, a large number of branded stores, complete with luxury goods, giving you the perfect shopping experience.When you're tired of shopping, head to the Shard for a couple of cocktails with friends and a panoramic view of London at night.
London is enchanting at night, with its busy pedestrians, traﬃc and neon lights.Dive into the night, walk the streets of London, and feel the city's gentleness. perhaps it is its down-to- earth yet unique character that gives a hundred people a hundred diﬀerent reasons to fall in love with London.