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Any cities close to London to visit? » Improve Q

London can of course be a little overwhelming at times, but just a short one hour train ride away from London is the beautiful seaside town of Brighton. It is like a 'mini-London', and again, there are plenty of things to do here!

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Is London expensive? » Improve Q

London is regarded as one of the most expensive capitals in Europe. However, if you are sensible you can have a trip to this city without spending too much money. For example, you can stay a short distance outside of the centre of London (it is easy to get to the centre of London from here). In addition to this, there are plenty of free attractions scattered around the city. Some of them are the top museums in the world!

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How do I get around London? » Improve Q

There are plenty of methods for getting around London. The most popular is of course the London Underground (also known as 'the tube'). You may also wish to get a bus. One of the great things about London however is that the attractions are so close, which means you could walk around if you wish without causing too much strain on yourself.

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What are the 'must visit' attractions? » Improve Q

Well, London has a lot different places to visit, which means you won't be able to fit everything into a single trip. Before you go, I suggest you pick up a guide to the city and highlight the places which interest you. I suggest at the very minimum you take a trip up the London Eye, and snap some photographs of 'Big Ben'. Apart from that, just go to wherever your heart desires.

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Is there anything free to do in London? » Improve Q

The great thing about the capital is that a great deal of attractions are financed by either the government or private donations. This means that a number of places to visit are free. In fact, the majority of museums are, and they are regarded as some of the best in the world. You absolutely need to visit 'The British Museum' whilst staying in London.

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How do I get to London from outside of the country? » Improve Q

Well, there are a couple of airports located quite close to London, all with fairly good transport connections. The main ones are London Gatwick and London Heathrow. However, you also have London Luton and London Stanstead. All of these have regular international flights to and from the capital. Transport connections are either via coach or train.

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Where can I eat in London? » Improve Q

There are so many different cuisines here that you shouldn't have too much trouble. If you have a fussy eater then there are a lot of fast food restaurants too. For a romantic date then you may want to take your partner to a top restaurant, expensive, but worth it.

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Is London safe? » Improve Q

Providing you are sensible it is. London is almost always busy in the centre, which means there is always going to be somebody looking out for you, which means it is unlikely you will get into any sort of trouble unless you are looking for it. Steer clear of dark locations and quiet residential estates in the dark of night and you should be fine.

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Can I drive in London? » Improve Q

You can, but it isn't something that is recommended. The traffic moves very slowly and you will need to pay a 'congestion charge' for driving through the centre. This can be very expensive.

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Where is the best place to shop in London? » Improve Q

If you are looking for shopping opportunities then look no further than Oxford Street. This street has everything that you could possibly want to purchase. If you wish to veer away from this busy street, then there are a number of other ones 'attached' to it. Again, offering fantastic shopping opportunities.

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