Sights to checkout beyond the regular attractions in London
Travel tours, itineraries, tourist maps etc are a great reference for someone who is travelling to a new place. The recommended “To-visit” places in London by itself are so many that there are a good number of places that you might miss out. However, for someone who wants to take a less beaten path, London does offer some exiting places which are not part of most of the travel tour plans.
The seven noses around Soho area by artist Rich Buckley, the window at St.Martin’s near Trafalgar Square, the Hidden ears on Covent Garden’s Floral Street created by artist Tim Fishlock, Chislehurst Caves in Central London etc are few of the unique places that you can checkout in London.
There are some other significant spots in London which have a dash of history to them – Aldwych Station or Strand Station, St.Dunston’s In the East, The Whitechapel Bell Foundry, The Bell of St.Sepulchre which was used to notify the execution of inmates at Newgate Prison. John Snow’s Water pump is the water pump which was traced as to be the sources of Cholera outbreak by Dr.John Snow.No.10 Adam Street is an interesting place to visit thanks to its similarity with 10 Downing Street. Do not miss to check out the smallest police station in UK , which was built up at Trafalgar Square to keep a watch on the protests at this famous place.
The roof top bars and restaurants offer unique view of London. You can relax and spend time enjoying the unique sights that they offer especially South Bank Centre’s roof top bar garden.
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