Showing posts from August, 2015
Are you ready for the weekend? From 29 August 2015 to 31 August 2015 in Notting Hill (district in inner west London) is celebrated the  biggest street party in Europe. This carnival is consider the second massive carnival in the world only after Rio Carnival.
That  explosion of sound and colour, celebrating cultural diversity and all of it’s wonderful by-products It has come to attract up to two million people in the past, but this year it is predicting 1 million attendees.
Though things officially kick off on the Sunday (August 30), there are still events planned for the Saturday (August 29) to get you into the carnival spirit. A free open air event, Panaroma, will host competitive performances by steel bands from across the country while the Association of British Calypsonians is putting on its London Calypso Tent, bringing together storytelling, poetry, political commentary and more. The Sunday Parade is usually the quieter of the two, and doubles up as Family Day. The Children’s Para…
Hi Londoners! If you are new in London you should read this post, will help you to visit the most important places in London absolutely for free.
British Museums: Visit one of the oldest museums in the world beginning from 1753 incredible and funny historical things from all over the world. It’s perfect to have fun with the family or with your friends.

National Gallery if you like art this is your paradise. You can find names like Botticelli, Leonardo da Vinci, Rembrandt, Gainsborough, Turner, Renoir and Van Gogh, totally for free!!! Unbelievable!!!
Natural History Museum Do you like dinosaurs? Then this is your place. Enjoy hundreds of exciting, interactive exhibits in one of London’s most beautiful landmark buildings. Someexhibitions require tickets though.
Tate Modern if you like modern and contemporary art in this place you will find artists such as Cézanne, Bonnard, Matisse, Picasso, Rothko, Dalí, Pollock, Warhol and Bourgeois. Very recommen…
Greenwich, charming neighborhood in South East London. The eastern section of the River Thames  became known for more than an invisible line, so check out our guide to the many things Greenwich has to offer. Greenwich is the home of Greenwich Mean Time  and the Prime Meridian of the world, but that doesn't mean the line of longitude is the only notable thing about the area. Greenwich features some of the great restaurants, pubs that celebrate the history of the area and museums that make seemingly mundane topics fascinating.
Park Every year millions of Londoners and tourists visit Greenwich Park, one of the capital's eight Royal Parks. Greenwich Park hosts the Prime Meridian Line and Royal Observatory as well as being part of the Greenwich Maritime World Heritage Site which is home to The National Maritime Museum and Old Royal Naval College. All  from the top of the hill, right next to the Observatory , you can enjoy some of the best views of the city. Market Greenwich Market is pac…