Travel Podcast about Tudor London. In this episode, Jack and I speak about his favourite Tudor buildings that you can still see in London to this day.
Finding the best instagramable places in London isn't difficult. London is so beautiful, you can take photos for your instagram everywhere
the massive wall just outside Tower Hill station is actually ancient. it's been there since Roman Times and it's been around the origin London City called Londinium by the Romans
Have you visited Tower Bridge at night?
The Tower of London is a must-see attraction when visiting London! It is one of the world’s most famous fortresses and has seen service as a royal palace, prison, armoury and even a zoo.
Royal Botanical Gardens, Kew ... or shortly known as Kew Gardens. General ticket cost £18 but you can get a way cheaper deal by getting a London Pass or London Explorer Pass. London has plenty of green areas to offer. For years I've satisfied my hunger for parks with Green Park, St James's Park, Hyde … Continue reading Kew Gardens Travel Guide ~ 2 min read
The first major New Year's Eve fireworks display in London was on 31 December 1999 to celebrate the year 2000. That was also the day of the official opening of London Eye. See more photos.
Cherry blossoms saeon is a huge event in Japan but London has something to offer as well. Look for green spaces like Greenwich Park, Holland Park, Kew Gardens, Regent's Park. London has a lot of pretty parks and many will inspire your photography instincts. Check then out.
See what the World Travel Market has to offer (Excel Exhibition Center, WTM). If you have limited or no budget to travel, this is your place. Seriously!
Changing of the Guards at Buckingham Palace is usually a place that gathers mass amount of people. Find top locations from where you can "cheat" the crowd.
How to go prepared to a COMICCON or any other huge CONVENTION- the things you will need to take and do before your arrival, London Excel, October 2017
COMICCON London preview, what to expect in the next few videos on the Curious Pavel YouTube Channel- Tips to prepare for a Convention, Interviews & more
Marble Arch, the Tyburn Tree and Oxford Street in London are all very close to each other. That wasn't always the case though. Let's get detailed here.. Marble Arch The arch was built in 1828 next to.... Buckingham Palace!! Yes, it's quite a distance. It was moved when the Palace was extended in 1851. … Continue reading Marble Arch, Oxford Street & the Tyburn Tree ~ 1:50 min read
Guys, BIG NEWS! We are now starting walking tours in London and it will be only about you. Take your spouse, your closest friends or even come alone. It will be your pace, your selfies. All about you. We are going to walk around Buckingham Palace, Westminster Abbey, Big Ben, Houses of Parliament, Trafalgar Square, … Continue reading FREE London Walking Tour, Curious Pavel
The lavender magic in Mayfield, London
Have no fear, Wimbledon is here! 🙂 Lets start with the basics... What is Wimbledon? Wimbledon is district of southwest London but the Wimbledon we are going to talk about now is the tennis Championship (simply known as Wimbledon) that takes place every year. Founded in 1877, Wimbledon is the oldest tennis tournament in the world … Continue reading Wimbledon – An Alternative Way to Watch ~ 2 min read
Big Ben is one of the most famous landmarks not just in London, not just in the UK but in whole Europe. Nevertheless, the clock tower is widely misunderstood. Lets fix this! 😉 This article will lift the curtain of Big Ben and you will find out the Why, the When, the How and the Who. Who … Continue reading Big Ben – all you need to know… literally ~ 5 min read
Trooping of the Colour is the most waited event in June and one of the most important ones of the whole year. Lets find out the important staff: When, Where, How and What? What is the Trooping of the Colour? It's an annual military event which has a long history and aims to familiarize the soldiers … Continue reading Trooping the Colour ~ 5 min read
I will be quite surprised if you tell me you have visited London and haven't seen Trafalgar Square. It's quite difficult to miss it anyway, the square is in the center of the city. Chances are bigger of you visiting the square without knowing you are on it rather than not visiting it at all. … Continue reading Trafalgar Square & The Curious Plaque ~ 2 min read
I already talked about how to get to Trafalgar Square, what to see there, what landmarks are in a walking distance and that little but extremely curious fact about the square. If you have missed it then click here to check it out, otherwise lets get to those facts. The Lamp posts Why would anybody pay … Continue reading 3 Must-Know-Facts about Trafalgar Square & Nelson’s Column ~ 3 min read