Organ recitals are held in the Westminster Abbey every Sunday afternoon at 5.45 pm. These 30-minute concerts are free of charge and a wide range of music is presented, showcasing the Abbey’s magnificent Harrison and Harrison organ.
Enjoy London walking tour with guides who love their city. And it is absolutely free. Rain or shine - it departs every days 11:00 a.m and 13:00 p.m. Meeting point - at Wellington Arch, Hyde Park Corner. Guides work on a tips basis.
Home of the Greenwich Mean Time.
Art markets and fairs is an excellent way to observe latest trends and moves in contemporary art. In London go for Spitalfields Arts Market where you find art both from established and up and coming artists ranging from paintings to photography.
There is no one iconic view of London - this city is different depending on the angle of your viewpoint. Some of the best places to experience the most amazing views:
Skyline for free from the top of Parliament Hill. It stands at 98 metres in height in the south east corner of Hampstead Heath, offering views of London including St Paul’s Cathedral, Canary Wharf & the City. The closest tube is Kentish Town.
The latest addition to the attractions in London is a public roof terrace of One New Change shopping mall situated in the heart of London City. Open seven days a week the terrace is proud to offer the best views of prominent St.Paul Cathedral and show it from a completely new angle.
London is a recognized center of various social activities, performances and events, many of them are free of charge. A good site to check available options on the dates of your stay is www.freelondonevents.co.uk.
National Geograpic has listed Borough market in London as one of 10 top food markets in the world. London’s oldest food market—here for more than 250 years—is wholesale most of the week, but Thursdays through Saturdays it delights foodies with its cornucopia of fine foods from independent suppliers throughout the U.K.