Must see in London

So.. apparently you are curious huh? Here you can find the local places to visit in London!

”Have fun!” – Sarah Enjoy Apartments London

My recommendations of local places to visit in London..

Maltby Street Market

market-london-guideTake a look at hidden treasures like Maltby Street Market. Get a snack and a Little Bird cocktail at the Maltby Street Market. You could also hide under the railway arches on a rainy day.

Maltby Street Market, London

St Christopher’s Place

stcp-london-guideLook out for the site purple clock as you going down Oxford Street and you’ll suddenly find the entryway to St Christopher’s Place– home to a diverse mix of stores, stores, dining establishments as well as bars.

Framed by pedestrianized streets, this unique buying destination contains several of Britain’s best brand names including the Whistles and also Mulberry’s earliest store crown jewel shop. Steeped in outside appeal, St Christopher’s Area is perfect for buying and also dining in true multicultural design.

St. Christophers place, London

The London Ruins

ruins-london-guideThere are maintained ruins throughout the whole city! You could see the remains of the gothic church, St Dustan-in-the-East, rubbly ruins from the Roman London Wall surface, the grounds of Lesnes Abbey, and also more without ever leaving the city.


People’s Park Tavern

tavern-london-guideGo to People’s Park Tavern and hit the pub and the park all at one! The beer garden at Individuals’s Park Pub in east London is so big and environment-friendly its virtually its own private park. In the summer season you could play table tennis, and in the winter you can attend a cosy bonfire.
People’s Park Tavern, London

The Ritz

ritz-london-guideFancy a delicious High Tea? Then The Ritz is the destination for you, go along for one of the 5 daily tea sessions and if your wallet is wealthy enough you can also stay in the beautiful hotel!

150 Piccadilly, London W1J 9BR

Greenwich Market

greenwich_marketThe covered market of Greenwich is invariably in every top 10 cutest markets of London. That depends on the offer that you find in the stalls. It concerns above all handmade products such as art, decorations, jewelry and more nice stuff. The Greenwich Market is open seven days a week. The market has about 120 stalls that are open from 10:00 to 17:30 pm. Around the market are several nice pubs and restaurants which will make your shopping experience ideal!

Greenwich Market, 5b Greenwich Market, London SE10 9HZ

Royal Observatory


observatorium-london-guideThe Royal Greenwich Observatory is one of the most important observatories in the world. That is because the Prime Meridian, that was located here hundred years ago, is still on the ground referred to by means of a metal strip. in the evening, this zero line, which is used to determine the longitude, is visible through by a green laser that is visible from many places in London. The Observatory can be visited at an additional charge. Once inside you can admire all kinds of agronomic and navigation equipment. Also you can click on the picture on the Prime Meridian.

The Royal Observatory is situated in Greenwich Park. This huge park is spacious and a popular place for sports teams to their workouts. From the Hill, on which the Observatory is located, you have a magnificent view of Greenwich and Docklands, where skyscrapers make an impressive skyline to the Thames.

Blackheath Ave, London SE10 8XJ

Covent Garden Market

covent-london-guideCentrally located in Covent Garden is the Covent Garden Market, the entertainment and shopping centre of the district. Here you will find a nice mix of shops, restaurants and market stalls, especially in the weekend a lot of street performers. Especially on Sunday afternoon it can be very busy in Covent Garden Market.

Covent Garden, London

Piccadilly Circus

piccadilly-london-guideThe Piazza in Piccadilly Circus is one of the most famous squares in London. It is often seen as the Centre of London, although geographically it is pretty small. Piccadilly Circus is best known for the striking light commercials that especially during the evening hours very noticeable. The Shaftesbury Memorial Fountain on the square is a popular resting point in the city. The treads of the fountain are often occupied by resting tourists.

Piccadilly Circus, London