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London districts Greater London consists of 32 London boroughs and the City of London that, together with the office of the Mayor of London, form the basis for London's local government. The Mayor of London is elected by London residents and should not be confused with the Lord Mayor of the City of London. The names of several boroughs, such as Westminster or Camden, are well-known, others less so, such as Wandsworth or Lewisham.
Climate Despite a perhaps unfair reputation for being unsettled, London enjoys a dry and mild climate on average. Only one in three days on average will bring rain and often only for a short period.
Get around: Travelcards A Travelcard may be loaded onto an Oyster card or may be purchased as a paper ticket.
Day Travelcard - Zones 1-2 - Anytime: £8. 00, Off-Peak £6. 60
7 Day Travelcard Zones 1-2 - £27. 60
Monthly Travelcard Zones 1-2 - £106. 00
Annual Travelcard Zones 1-2 - £1, 104. 00
The above prices are Adult prices and only for Zones 1 & 2. For a more comprehensive list of the prices visit the TFL website
http://tfl. gov. uk/tickets/faresandtickets/oneand3daytickets/2911. aspx
Shopping If it's available, it can be bought in London. Oxford Street, Regent Street and Bond Street, all in the West End, are some of the most famous shopping destinations in the world, but they are also just the tip of the iceberg, and many London districts and town centres have unique shopping attractions of their own.
Live Music London is one of the best cities in the world for concerts, spanning from new musical trends to well known bands. Between huge concert facilities and small pubs, there are hundreds of venues that organise and promote live music every week. Many concerts, especially in smaller or less known places are free, so there is plenty of choice even for tourists on a budget.
Eat It is a huge task for a visitor to find the 'right place' to eat in London - with the 'right atmosphere', at the 'right price' - largely because, as in any big city, there are literally thousands of venues from which to choose, ranging from fast food joints, pubs, and mainstream chains all the way up to some of the most exclusive restaurants in the world which attract the kind of clientele that don't need to ask the price. Sorting the good from the bad isn't easy, but London has something to accommodate all budgets and tastes.

Tip uses the following price ranges for a typical meal for one, including soft drink:
Budget Below £15
Mid-range £15-50
Splurge £50+
Hotels Your budget will have a lot to do with what part of London you will want to stay in. Tourist-standard prices range from £20-200 per person per night. Expect smaller than average rooms especially at the low end of this range. As a general rule, expect to pay between £75-150 per night for a 2 or 3 star hotel in the central area of the city. Many of the big name chain hotels now offer substantial discounts (with rates often down as low as £30-£50 per room per night) if you book well in advance, but the drawback is that you have to pay the full amount upfront at the time of booking and there are no refunds if you cancel. The heart of the West End is the most expensive place to stay and most hotels are either 4 or 5 star and most will command a hefty price premium.
Museums and Galleries London hosts an outstanding collection of world-class museums. Even better, it is the only one of the traditional "alpha world cities" (London, Tokyo, New York City and Paris) in which the majority of the museums have no entrance charges, thus allowing visitors to make multiple visits with ease. Although London can be expensive, many of the best museums and galleries are free including:
- British Museum
- National Gallery
- National Portrait Gallery
- Victoria and Albert Museum
- Natural History Museum
- Tate Modern
- Tate Britain

Londres, Royaume-Uni

Jeudi 24, Avril

Un article de Wikipédia à propos Londres

Londres lɔ̃dʁ (en anglais : London), située au sud-est de la Grande-Bretagne, est la capitale et la plus grande ville du Royaume-Uni ; elle fut également, pendant des siècles, la capitale de l'Empire britannique. Fondée il y a plus de ans par les Romains (Londinium), Londres était la ville la plus peuplée du monde au. En nombre d'habitants, Londres est aujourd'hui largement dépassée par de nombreuses mégapoles mais, en raison de son rayonnement, elle reste une métropole de tout premier plan.

Le Grand Londres compte habitants, concernant l'agglomération d'Istanbul, environ 70 % de la population vivrait en Europe (8, 25 millions), 30 % en Asie (3, 55 millions).
Liste des agglomérations européennes ont un poids démographique comparable.

Londres est dynamique et très diverse sur le plan culturel. Elle joue un rôle important dans l'art et dans la mode. C'est aussi une importante destination touristique. Elle reçoit 27 millions de touristes par an.
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