A London tour guides you through a lot of tourist attractions for sightseeing. Nevertheless, London is also very famous for its historical hidden-away art works, ancient antiquities, and many other curiosities too, which do not appear in the travel guidebook of London to Paris guided tours. Below list will make a perfect London tour guide to the historical corners of London.
The Little Venice, as its name suggests, looks similar to the famous city of Venice. This beautiful place situated in Paddington features beautiful canals and waterways. This area becomes lively during the summer season, as many people come here for canals rides.
Camden Passage is located near the Upper Street of Islington. This place treasures a large number of shops, cafes, arcades, malls, and markets. You could get almost everything here from cute outfits to quality furniture. Wednesdays and Saturdays are the main market days.
Pie and Mash Shops
These shops offer you a classic plate of pie and mash served with a lush green liquid that adds flavor to it. Pies have been a famous dish in the capital for years. The top pie and mash shops in London are Goddards at Greenwich, The Guinea, M. Manze, Pieminister, Rules, and the Old Bank of England.
The Thames Path
The Thames Path has many beautiful and quiet spots. A good way to examine the area is to cycle its 40-mile-long stretch. The important attractions here are the Prospect of Whitby (the favorite pub of Charles Dickens) and the village of Rotherhithe, while it also has many public beaches.
Chin Chin Labs’ Liquid Nitrogen Ice Cream
Chin Chin Labs in Camden offers amazing toothsome ice creams that you would not be finding elsewhere. Here, you get intermixture ice creams too that are frozen using liquid nitrogen. You could also watch fuming chemical clouds as you lay in wait for the delicious ice cream to be served. They also provide you with a variety of ice cream flavors, which includes the watermelon flavor and red velvet flavor.
Wilton’s Music Hall
The Wilton’s Music Hall is a time-honored Victorian music hall. A London tour to the place would gives you amazing insights about its history and traditions. This beautiful building is only five minutes from the London Tower.