England, London Guide (B): London by a Local

London by a Local
London is an Alpha++ Global city and arguably the greatest city in the world, the only other comparable city and main bragging rights rival; New York. It’s common knowledge that London is vast in almost every aspect, but it’s not until trying to navigate the city that the scale becomes apparent and overwhelming for those not used to big cities.

London has been my home for more than six years at time of writing and even though I’ve made a good go of it, I am still far from seeing and experiencing all that London has to offer. I haven’t even been to half the suburbs. I haven’t ‘spent much time west’ for example, replace west with any direction and that sentence could be used by the majority of Londoners. It’s because wherever you are, everything can be found at your doorstep, and your doorstep is constantly growing and changing.

So I’m not going to try and cover everything. This little London guide, much like everything to come about other places, will be a short outline of my advice and experience, intended to assist visitors and travellers to this great city.

Photo by Lauren Dill

The Shard, Tower Bridge & The Walky-Talky 

Getting There

Well it really depends on where you’re coming from, but London has the world’s largest city airport system, so it’s quite likely the best option is to arrive by plane.

All airports have express train options to the city and I would recommend paying the bit extra and going with one of these. For ...... (follow the instructions below for accessing the rest of this article).
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Sights Map

Guide Name: London by a Local
Guide Location: England » London
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Article (B))
Sight(s) featured in this guide: The London Eye   Tower Of London   Westminster Bridge   Buckingham Palace   Victoria   Richmond   10 Downing Street   Trafalgar Square   National Gallery   Tate Modern   Natural History Museum   Science Museum   Greenwich Meridian Line   Tower Bridge   London Bridge   Borough Markets   St Paul’s Cathedral   Gordon’s   Camden Markets  
Author: Kane Power
Read it on author's website: http://www.roamandrecon.com/london/

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