The capital of Great Britain is situated in the South East of England with the river Thames flowing through the middle of the city. It is served by four airports, including two of the busiest in the world, and many mainline train stations, for direct links to everywhere in the UK and the world.
London has hosted the 2012 Olympic Games. As well as being one of the largest and most populated capital cities in the world, London is rich in cultural, historic and architecture, parklands with many parts of the city having a distinctly rural feel. Originally a series of villages, London has maintained its sense of identity so that each borough has a feel of its own, from Hampstead to Hounslow.
Central London is home to some of the best shopping, sightseeing and international cuisine in the world. Try Selfridges, St. Paul's Cathedral followed by a delicious Chinese dinner in Soho's Chinatown. Explore the East End for the best local feel and colour. Check out lots of London sights In Greater London visit Hampton Court one time home of Henry VIII, Syon Park, watch the tennis at Wimbledon and take the kids to Chessington World of Adventures. And don't forget the West End, with its many theatres and other entertainment venues.
There's an incredible variety of things to do in London, from Madame Tussaud's to tea in the Ritz. The history of the city is reflected in its architecture and layout, parks and palaces,with many art galleries. The oldest democracy of the Western world has been made famous by its Parliament on the River Thames and of course Big Ben. In London, you can combine a city tour with a visit to one of the Palaces, a walk in the park will make you feel like you are miles away from the hub of the city. Then there is the OLYMPICS in 2012. Take ride over the river Thames on board the new cable car, nicknamed the 'aerial tram' and enjoy the views
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