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London

London
19 Oct 2020 12:00

London

London
24 Oct 2020 18:00
19/10/2020 21/10/2020

London

About the city

Of all European capitals, London lives deepest in the imagination of travelers. We absorb London before we know it exists and when we finally approach the city, it does not disappoint. There are the red double-deckers, the bobbies and impassive guards at Buckingham, Westminster Abbey, and the notes of Big Ben, sounding familiar, as we have heard them before. We see these things with satisfaction. Yet there is much to surprise. London is not quaint. London is not a museum, though you could spend all of your time going from one to the next. It is a booming, urban sprawl, with traffic snarls, shops, and an astonishing international population. Visit the many monuments with nearly a millennium's worth of history, from the grave of Chaucer to the pub where the captain of the Mayflower drank to Piccadilly Circus, one of London’s most photographed sights. But don’t miss contemporary London, with its intensely active theatres, international cuisine, political demonstrations, the latest in music and fashion, punks and peers, and everyone in between. In 1777, writer Samuel Johnson said when a man is tired of London, he is tired of life, and the phrase is still true. There's something different to experience every day in London.

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Leicester Square One

79%
  • At 0.5 km from the center
  • 43 charing cross road, westminster borough, London WC2H 0AP
  • Studio Deluxe Apartment (1)

  • ROOM ONLY

  • 2 Accommodation nights

21/10/2020
95 Kilometers - 1h 27m
London
Oxford
21/10/2020 22/10/2020

Oxford

About the city

"Oxford is a city in the South East region of England and the county town of Oxfordshire. Oxford has a broad economic base. The city is known worldwide as the home of Oxford University, the oldest university in the English-speaking world. Buildings in Oxford demonstrate examples of every English architectural period since the arrival of the Saxons, including the mid-18th-century Radcliffe Camera. Oxford is known as the ""city of dreaming spires"", a term coined by poet Matthew Arnold. Visitors to Oxford should definitely visit at least one museum, visit at least one college and - if possible - hear one of the world class college chapel choirs. A walking tour is a good way of achieving this. Some main tourist attractions are: • Bodleian Library. The main research library of the University of Oxford, The Bodleian is one of the oldest libraries in Europe and in the UK is second in size only to London's British Library. The Bodleian now possesses numerous branches throughout the university; visiting bibliophiles will be most keen to peruse the central site, which includes Duke Humfrey's Library above the Divinity School, the Old Schools Quadrangle with its Great Gate and Tower, the Radcliffe Camera, Britain’s first circular library, and the Clarendon Building. • Sheldonian Theatre. This unusual building was Sir Christopher Wren's first major architectural commission. At the time he was a Professor of Astronomy at the University. • Balliol, University, and Merton. Colleges each claim to be the 'oldest' in the University, with founding dates in the 13th century, although the exact year may be unclear or contested. They are fine examples of the collegiate Gothic architecture for which Oxford is renowned. • Ashmolean Museum. Vast, impressive, and recently undergone major redevelopment, the Ashmolean is Britain's oldest public museum, having been founded in 1683. The museum displays ancient art from Egypt, the Near East, Greece and Rome, a fine collection of Western art and artifacts and a sizable Eastern Art collection. • Museum of the History of Science. Located in the Old Ashmolean building, the Museum of the History of Science houses an unrivaled collection of early scientific instruments. The Old Ashmolean building is the world's oldest surviving museum-purpose building. It is a department of Oxford University as well as a public museum. • The Museum of Oxford. The museum tells the tale of the growth of the city and University. • Modern Art Oxford. An art gallery often showing temporary exhibitions of art and photography by renowned contemporary artists, which are accompanied by well-designed talks and workshops. • Parks, gardens and open spaces. Many of Oxford University's colleges have parks and gardens to walk through that are open to the public. "

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White House View Guest House

79%
  • At 0.9 km from the center
  • 9 white house road, grandpont, oxford ox1 4pa, Oxford OX1 4PA
White House View Guest House is a popular choice amongst travelers in Oxford, whether exploring or just passing through. The hotel offers a wide range of amenities and perks to ensure you have a great time. Take advantage of the hotel's Wi-Fi in publ...
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  • Twin Room (1)

  • ROOM ONLY

  • 1 Accommodation nights

22/10/2020
159 Kilometers - 2h 5m
Oxford
Cambridge
22/10/2020 23/10/2020

Cambridge

About the city

"The city of Cambridge is a university city and the county town of Cambridgeshire, England. It lies in East Anglia, on the River Cam, about 50 miles north of London. It´s the second largest city in Cambridgeshire after Peterborough, and the 54th largest in the United Kingdom. There is archaeological evidence of settlement in the area during the Bronze Age and Roman times; under Viking rule Cambridge became an important trading centre. Some the most important places to see or visit at the city are: • Colleges. Cambridge is a focus on Architecture, the various colleges and university buildings are fascinating for people with an interest in architecture. The colleges have been built sporadically over the centuries and the result is a mixture of styles both ancient and modern. Some colleges that you will find the King's College and King's College Chapel, Queens' College, Trinity College, Pembroke College or Homerton College. • Parks and Gardens. You can visit The Backs, he gardens by the river behind various colleges; Botanic Garden of Cambridge University; Jesus Green, originally proposed as the site for Cambridge's main railway station, Jesus Green is a broad piece of parkland immediately adjacent to Midsummer Common; or Christ's Pieces that is situated in the centre of the City, bordered by the bus station, Christ's College, Emmanuel Road and King Street, it is of typical Victorian park design with tree lined avenues. • Museums and Galleries. You can find at the city The Fitzwilliam Museum, The University Museum of Zoology, The Sedgwick Museum of Earth Sciences or Kettle's Yard. "

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Travelodge Cambridge Newmarket Road

80%
  • At 1.6 km from the center
  • 180-190 newmarket road, cambridge, Cambridge CB5 8HF
24-hour reception Smoke-free property Garden Bar Coffee/tea for guests Restaurant Wi-Fi Pets allowed (under 5 kg) .Elevator/lift Accessibility features Wheelchair access to restaurant Wheelchair access to bar Parking Beach/pool towels Family/Kid Frie...
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  • Double Room (1)

  • ROOM ONLY

  • 1 Accommodation nights

23/10/2020
102 Kilometers - 1h 33m
Cambridge
London
23/10/2020 24/10/2020

London

About the city

Of all European capitals, London lives deepest in the imagination of travelers. We absorb London before we know it exists and when we finally approach the city, it does not disappoint. There are the red double-deckers, the bobbies and impassive guards at Buckingham, Westminster Abbey, and the notes of Big Ben, sounding familiar, as we have heard them before. We see these things with satisfaction. Yet there is much to surprise. London is not quaint. London is not a museum, though you could spend all of your time going from one to the next. It is a booming, urban sprawl, with traffic snarls, shops, and an astonishing international population. Visit the many monuments with nearly a millennium's worth of history, from the grave of Chaucer to the pub where the captain of the Mayflower drank to Piccadilly Circus, one of London’s most photographed sights. But don’t miss contemporary London, with its intensely active theatres, international cuisine, political demonstrations, the latest in music and fashion, punks and peers, and everyone in between. In 1777, writer Samuel Johnson said when a man is tired of London, he is tired of life, and the phrase is still true. There's something different to experience every day in London.

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The Resident Soho

97%
  • At 0.9 km from the center
  • 10 carlisle street, Londra W1D 3BR
With a stay at The Resident Soho, you'll be centrally located in London, steps from Oxford Street and 7 minutes by foot from London Palladium Theatre. This 4-star hotel is 0.4 mi (0.7 km) from Piccadilly and 0.4 mi (0.7 km) from Oxford Circus. Make...
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  • Small Double (1 Double Bed) (1)

  • ROOM ONLY

  • 1 Accommodation nights

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London, Oxford and Cambridge
London, Oxford and Cambridge