Route 6 days6 días / 6 noches
Cruise along the Thames to Greenwich, Cutty Sark, Liberty, Carnaby Street, The White Horse, Soho
DAY 6 Itinerario
Cruise along the Thames to Greenwich
From the heart of the tourist area you can get on a boat that will take you to the peaceful area of Greenwich where you can admire the university buildings, the National Maritime Museum and the Old Royal Naval College and its gardens.
Adresse Westminster Pier, Victoria Embankment
Price Depends on the boat
Another photo you can show off in your living room is the selfie you take on the famous Cutty Sark clipper. Note the details of this historic ship that used to transport tea but is now associated with alcoholic beverages
Adresse King William Walk
Price Adults £13.50, children (5 to 15) £7, under 5s free.
You should take the underground to the centre of the city to finish your journey there and do your last bit of shopping in a place as special as the Liberty department store. The trip to Regent Street is well worthwhile.
Adresse Regent Street
You can buy your last souvenirs in Carnaby Street. Home of pop fashion and the shopping street where you’ll have the most fun in London. It doesn’t matter what your tastes are, you’re bound to find something you like here.
Adresse Carnaby Street
The White Horse
Eating in a typical English pub is a good way to take your leave of this city. There are numerous options near Carnaby Street, but The White Horse can boast of being there since 1930.
Adresse 16 Newburgh Street
Price From £9
London has many faces, and one of them is Soho. A fun, cosmopolitan place where freedom, joy and a tolerant atmosphere reign. A drink in Soho would be a fitting end to your trip. Why not go to the terrace of the Hotel Me London?