London The Sydney Russell
School student Evelina
London City
London is a capital and largest urban area of England and the United Kingdom. London is a very famous city it’s full of
exciting places to see and the city is always busy. The accumulated buildings drawn on
an inexhaustible range of influences often decorated with carvings and
beautiful overwhelming lights that night time in London looks extraordinary. Anytime you will
find something to do. There are loads of places you can visit and you will
never be bored. England’s rich and often turbulent history is
perhaps best reflected in its buildings and nowhere is this more apparent than
in those properties associated with the Royal Family and their
celebrations like BuckinghamPalace. Together with these, the
fashionable shopping areas of Sloane
Street and Kings Road represent London’s prestigious role in the world of
fashion. London has the Europe’s busiest shopping area Oxford Street, a shopping
street nearly one mile long which makes it the longest shopping street in the
world and home to many shops and department stores including Selfridges
, River Island , Roberto Cavalli , Gucci , D&G
, Dorothy Perkins , Zara , Topshop , Louis Vuitton , Prada , Channel
, Calvin Klein and loads more that will leave you with amazement. London offers a great variety of
cuisine as a result of its ethnically diverse population. Gastronomic centers
include the Bangladeshi restaurants of Brock Lane and the Chinese food
restaurants of Chinatown. Variety of restaurants
includes Italian- and Greek-influenced establishments among others, as well as
all manner of novelties and oddities. More up market restaurants are scattered
around central London.
There are a variety of regular annual events.
London also has a high number of street
markets, including Camden Market for fashions and alternative products.