London Travel Guide
London is an old city and a new city, constantly re-inventing itself and constantly changing. During the British Empire it was the most important city in the world and it was at that time that many of it’s buildings were erected. It still remains one of the most important cities in the world for finance, fashion, music and culture and regularly competes with other cities like New York for where it’s at.
Currently London is undergoing yet another transformation as the city readies itself for the Olympics in 2012. Older, run-down areas are being renovated and the infrastructure is being completely refreshed and reinvigorated with new public transport schemes, stadia and shopping.
Come to London to see Britain and come to London to see the world. There are over 300 languages spoken here and every nation makes its own mark and is accepted. Many of the cultural highlights have non-UK origins. Most of all come to see London and you won’t be disappointed.
Written by Mark Robson