This is one of the most stylish cities on the planet. Cultured and cosmopolitan, home to en endless number of different cultures. The UK capital combines a long history with the latest trends in art, architecture, design, music and fashion.

Preserving history, creating trends

Westminster Palace is a former Gothic Victorian palace that houses 1,200 rooms and the British House of Parliament and House of Lords. A good part of the history of Europe has been written in this building. It is one of the most iconic buildings in the United Kingdom and a symbol of British democracy. Next to it, Big Ben is the iconic clock on a 106-metre tower that shows the time on each of its four faces. Even taller is the 135-metre London Eye, the tallest Ferris wheel in the world, located on the banks of the River Thames. A visit to St. Paul’s Cathedral is an experience you must not miss in London. As well as watching the changing of the guard at Buckingham Palace, the official residence of the British royal family, being dazzled by the neon lights in Picadilly Circus, or relaxing on the grass in Hyde Park.

The official currency is the pound. You can pay by credit card in most places in the city.
The official language is English. People who work with the public often speak another European language.
Its iconic phone booths have been converted into free Wi-Fi hotspots for the public.
It has a reputation for being a rainy, cloudy and grey city, but the climate is actually very changeable. You can experience all 4 seasons in the same day.

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