Archive for the ‘Attractions’ Category

Sequencing Locations In London According To The Da Vinci Code

The Da Vinci Code is one of the blockbusters and controversial movie that is ever made and it is quite evident that the backdrop of the plot is none other than in London. Now, if you are interested in knowing how Professor Robert Langdon and special agent Sophie Neveu cracked the mystery and its famous [...]

Deciding Between The Shard And The Sky Garden For Best Views

London is also known for its skyscrapers and here is introduction needed for the views that you will get from high up there. Also, if you want to experience the fascinating high stories buildings of London, you need to get high without any doubt. Now, it is fun to decide that who amongst the two [...]

Enjoy a Special Time Heading to the Royal Residence of Buckingham Palace For a Tour

Buckingham Palace is one of the most iconic buildings in the world that is regularly visited by thousands of tourists every week. The Royal accommodation is the official residence of the Queen and is a working palace making it a very exciting place to spend some time. The palace is great to visit throughout the [...]

A Day in the Life of a Zoo Keeper

It is interesting to see how best the zoo keeper takes care of things in the zoo and one really gets overjoyed to see their dedication. The zoo is a place where every tourist is sure to enjoy the best and is an ideal haven for the best kinds of adventure lovers. This is the [...]

Tanzania Tourist Attractions

Make the most of a sensational summer holiday… With summer more or less in full swing now – if you’ve not already booked your holiday away then what on earth are you waiting for exactly? Get the going while the going is hot – and make the most of the sun by getting away from [...]

Oxford Street – The Shoppers’ Paradise

Part of the A40, Oxford Street is a major road between London and Fishguard. It is in the City of Westminster in the West End of London and is considered to be a shopper’s paradise and one of the most famous shopping destinations in the world. It is Europe’s busiest shopping street as it attracts [...]

The Institut Francais and the Cine Lumiere

The Institut Francais du Royaume-Uni comprises of a language centre, a cinema – Cine Lumiere, a multimedia library, a children’s library and a French bistro. It was originally founded in 1910 butsince then it has developed to welcome 200,000 people through its doors each year. The Institut francais has a mission at its heart and [...]

A Guide to the Finborough Theatre, Fulham

The multi-award-winning Finborough Theatre was founded in 1980. It presents plays and musical theatre that is concentrated on thought provoking, text based new writing and rediscovers neglected works from the 19th and 20th centuries. Many of these plays are produced or co-produced in-house. The Finborough Theatre appeals to theatre-goers of all generations from a broad [...]

The ODEON Kensington

  The ODEON Kensington started its life in 1926 as The Kensington. In 1940, it was renamed The Majestic to avoid German parachutists using it to identify where they were. It was then closed and taken over by the Government for wartime storage. It had revolutionary architecture, such as a small, portal-like opening for an [...]

Bring out the chocolate lover inside you- The chocolate museum

In today’s time, who doesn’t like chocolate? Be it the children or the elders, chocolate are something that is liked by one and all. You cannot find one person who doesn’t like chocolates. Now, chocolate has different types. Brown chocolate, dark chocolate, white chocolate along with that, it also has different types of shapes, sizes, [...]