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London is one of the most exciting and cosmopolitan cities in the world, with countless museums and galleries and a huge variety of entertainment options.
In fact it is two cities The City of London and Westminster with the West End the centre. It is a city of huge contrasts. More than 30% of London is made up of parks and green space yet it also provides some of the best shopping opportunities in the world, from major department stores to designer boutiques and street markets. The nightlife is legion with huge numbers of restaurants, pubs, cinemas, theatres, nightclubs live music and comedy venues. There are currently four World Heritage Sites - Palace of Westminster, Tower of London, Maritime Greenwich and Kew Gardens and 17 national museums. It is the home of the royal family and the Changing the Guard Ceremony is conducted outside Buckingham Palace most days. Sir Christopher Wren redesigned much of London’s buildings after the Great Fire, including St. Pauls Cathedral and The Royal Observatory Greenwich which was founded in 1675 by Charles II to find out the 'so-much desired longitude of places for perfecting the art of navigation'
The climate is very unpredictable with less distinct seasons than many places. December to March - Average Temperature: 5?C, Rainfall: 45mm March to May - Average Temperature: 7?C, Rainfall: 45mm June to September - Average Temperature: 20?C, Rainfall: 42mm September to November - Average Temperature: 13?C, Rainfall: 46mm
London is served by five international airports, an efficient road network and extensive Underground, train, bus, and taxi services.
You can see London in a variety of ways including bus tours, bicycle tours, private driver guided tours, helicopter tours and walking tours. You can also see much from the River Thames – cruises run every day between Westminster, Waterloo (London Eye), Tower and Greenwich piers.