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Thăm London: Cẩm nang du lịch của bạn

London’s unique allure is impossible to define. From the dizzying wealth of Belgravia to the urban markets of Camden Town, every neighbourhood has its own unique character. Explore the world-class museums, like the National Gallery and British Museum, or the vast array of shopping options.

Làm gì ở London

Phố Oxford
Bạn có thể mua gần như bất kỳ thứ gì trên con phố mua sắm nhộn nhịp nhất của châu Âu dài trên 2,4 km này. Các tập đoàn mua sắm lớn của Anh như Primark, John Lewis và Selfridges chiếm phần lớn không gian ở đây, tuy nhiên, khi tới các cửa hàng nhỏ hơn ở phía Đường Tottenham Court, nếu để ý kỹ, bạn vẫn có thể tìm được cho mình những món đồ độc đáo.
Chợ Camden Lock
Nhịp đập trẻ trung của Chợ Camden Lock thật khó cưỡng lại. Giữa một loạt các cửa hàng và các quầy hàng độc đáo, bạn sẽ tìm thấy những món đồ thời trang cũ cũng như các sản phẩm nghệ thuật và thủ công. Ngay bên dòng Kênh Regent có rất nhiều quán cà phê và quán bar dọc bờ nước, nơi bạn có thể dừng chân bất cứ khi nào.
Phố Carnaby
Ngay cả khi đây không phải là những năm 60, Phố Carnaby dường vẫn giữ được nhịp đập sôi động. Đây vẫn là nơi giới trẻ tới để tìm những món đồ thời trang thiết kế theo xu hướng mới nhất, với các cửa hàng thời trang mới, độc lập thường xuyên mọc lên ở các con phố nhỏ quanh đường phố chính. Hãy tới đây để sắm cho mình bộ đồ cho một đêm tiệc tùng.
Vườn Covent
Nổi tiếng với những khu chợ hoa, các nghệ sĩ đường phố và những quán cà phê, Vườn Covent cũng là khu mua sắm tuyệt vời. Nếu bạn nghĩ rằng mình không có đủ quần áo, đồ trang sức, giày dép hay son môi, hãy ghé thăm một loạt các cửa hàng xung quanh khu phố mang tên "Seven Dials". Dừng chân tại Tatty Devine để xem những món đồ trang sức tuyệt đẹp được làm thủ công rồi tới Monmouth Coffee để thưởng thức một ly cà phê.
Phố Regent
Các cửa hàng thanh lịch trên Phố Regent thu hút rất đông khách. Nơi đây có mặt các hãng thời trang tên tuổi hàng đầu nước Anh như Ted Baker và Karen Millen cũng như các thương hiệu quốc tế như Hugo Boss. Ngoài ra, ở đây cũng có rất nhiều cửa hàng của các các hãng thời trang bình dân phù hợp với mọi túi tiền. Cửa hàng đồ chơi Hamleys cũng là nơi du khách mọi lứa tuổi không thể bỏ qua.
Chợ Borough
Nằm phía dưới đường tàu cầu London đi qua Nhà thờ Southwark, chợ Borough đã và đang là nét văn hóa địa phương qua nhiều thế kỷ. Hàng thịt, tiệm bánh, hàng tạp hóa và nhiều cửa hàng chế biến thực phẩm có mặt ở chợ từ sáng sớm ngày thứ Tư đến thứ Bảy. Hãy tới đây để thưởng thức những đồ ăn tươi ngon nhất của nước Anh.
Chợ Phố Portobello
Chợ phiên cuối tuần đầy màu sắc này họp trong khu Notting Hill sôi động. Bạn có thể tìm thấy tất cả mọi thứ từ những món đồ cổ và nữ trang làm bằng tay đến những món đồ thời trang vintage và sách cũ. Các fan của Vinyl hãy tới cửa hàng thu âm huyền thoại Rough Trade để tìm kiếm những album quý hiếm.
Harrods
Không cửa hàng bách hóa nào có thể sang trọng hơn Harrods. Nằm trong một tòa nhà thế kỷ 19 được trang trí cầu kỳ trong khu Knightsbridge giàu có, trung tâm thương mại này có trên 92.000 m2 không gian bán lẻ. Bạn có thể sử dụng dịch vụ hướng dẫn khách mua quà, lướt qua phòng quần áo mang phong cách Ai Cập hoặc thậm chí mua cả những thỏi vàng! Sau đó là khu vực ăn uống đầy ấn tượng, nơi mà nhất định bạn phải dừng chân để thưởng thức một buổi trà chiều.
National Gallery
Forget the pigeons and the pillar with the sailor on top – the real treasure of Trafalgar Square is the National Gallery. There's some 2,300 paintings to savour in these hallowed halls, including instantly recognisable works like The Arnolfini Portrait and van Gogh's Sunflowers. With guided tours, children's events and a dynamic selection of exhibitions, this British institution will broaden your horizons whether you know your Rubens from your Rembrandt or are more at home with finger painting.
Natural History Museum
Aside from the iconic ‘Dippy’, a 26-metre-long model of a Diplodocus, this beloved of venues is known for its stunning entrance hall and collection of over 80 million treasured pieces. Summertime sees the landmark open in the evenings, when you can roam the less-crowded exhibits with a drink in hand.
Tate Modern
Housed in a former power station, the Tate cuts a striking shape on the South Bank. Cavernous spaces are adorned with modern art exhibitions that range from the simplest of canvases to photography, discussion pieces and even giant slides.
Museum of London
At this museum, you can trace the story of how little Londinium grew into lofty London. This treasure trove of artefacts documents the first Roman settlements, the Great Fire and the Plague, right through to wartime, the swinging 60s and the thriving, cosmopolitan city of today.
National Maritime Museum
Once the city’s first port of call, the naval legacy of Greenwich is evident at every turn, from the Cutty Sark tall ship to the Naval College. Within these ornate buildings you’ll come across the world’s largest maritime museum. Its galleries recount the history of trade across the seas, with displays of Admiral Nelson’s knick-knacks, depictions of the Battle of Trafalgar and a giant ship-in-a-bottle.
Camden Town
Emerging from Camden Town Tube Station, you’re immediately hit by the sights and sounds of punk heritage. Music blasts from shop fronts selling piercings, records and Goth fashion, while the pavements pack in a rainbow of multi-coloured mohawk haircuts and studded leather jackets. A stroll up to Camden Lock and the Stables Market will give you a glimpse into life in this one-off district.
Notting Hill
Past a stretch of candy-coloured houses, stalls overflow with antiques, paintings, books and trinkets in this patch of West London. Million-pound mews cottages are nestled amongst quirky boutiques and graffiti-adorned corners. August sees the area burst with energy, as Notting Hill Carnival parades swing and shake their way down the streets.
Hampstead
Stray away from the panorama-seeking crowds on Hampstead Heath and venture into its lesser-known enclaves. You can wander back in time under the walkway in the park’s Pergola, or track down some antique finds in the markets tucked away down side streets.
Greenwich
Have a root around Greenwich Market and you may come across a little knick-knack or two, while the surrounding streets fill to the brim with curios like old London maps and maritime pieces harking back to the borough’s naval heritage. If an alternative nightspot’s more your thing, head to Nan’s Tropical Den in Deptford, a tropical-themed basement bar with vintage décor and hipster vibes.
Soho
This area is synonymous with all things alternative. Amongst its many bars, eateries and clubs, you’ll stumble across gems like Lights of Soho — a gallery dedicated to the luminous loveliness of neon signs. Try sniffing out the locations of the so-called ‘Seven Noses’ — just a few of these beaks remain perched on walls in the neighbourhood, as a protest against the emergence of CCTV cameras.
Camden Market
A feast for all the senses, this most quintessential of London markets brims with energy. Squeeze through the cobbled entrance of the old Stables Market to meander past food stalls dishing up jerk chicken, duck-filled brioche and steaming-hot fajitas. Below ground, cavernous alleyways stash away antiques galore, quirky clothing, vinyl records and handcrafted jewellery.
Portobello Road Market
A relic-hunter’s paradise, this is the world’s largest antiques market. Amongst the trinkets, teapots and thimbles, have a rummage to find some vintage-fashion finds, jewellery and additions to your music collection. Make your way along the stalls and grab some street food on the go, as you wander north from Notting Hill Gate to Ladbroke Grove.
Spitalfields Market
A stone’s throw from Brick Lane’s bustling curry houses and Shoreditch’s hip hangouts, this is the epitome of rejuvenated East London. Boutiques, pubs and restaurants are housed in red-brick-fronted Victorian buildings that encircle the market. Inside, an ever-changing jumble of wares includes multi-hued leather satchels, hand-stitched coats, 1970s-inspired kitchenware and Himalayan jewellery.
Greenwich Market
In the home of all things time-related, while away an hour or two in this historic bazaar. You’ll find handcrafted pottery, stunning shots of cityscapes, an old London bus sign for your living room wall, or perhaps an antique silver locket with a story to tell. Feast on savoury and sweet treats by the entrance, before you start browsing.
Borough Market
It may well be the capital’s most famous market and for good reason – Borough has resided by Southwark Cathedral since the 11th century. Under a glass canopy, stalls stock a varied bunch of delights, from pheasant to Mont d’Or cheese and liquorice-flavoured brownies. It’s a real find if you’re a foodie, or looking for an unusual gift to take home.
Brick Lane Market
A stream of energy makes its way through the historic East End and along this famous stretch of cobbles. Known for its curry and round-the-clock bagel shops, Brick Lane is no stranger to bric-a-brac and bargains. The streets are strewn with sellers offering kitsch clothing, second-hand furnishings, records and books.
Broadway Market
Forget jellied eels, knock-off clothes and the shouts of barrow boys, this is a rather refined take on a typical street market. Next to Regent’s Canal, this hipster favourite combines the lushness of a London park and the splash of a city waterway. Saturday mornings see stalls selling chorizo-encased Scotch eggs, Banh Mi rolls and steaming Greek coffee, with Caribbean, Persian, Gujarati and Thai additions popping up in between.
Columbia Road Flower Market
You may leave this market with a good stash of photos, rather than a bundle of stems, as the array of stalls is simply pretty as a picture. Sundays see a spectrum of colours bloom from under striped canopies, while bushes, trees and shrubs bring a bit of greenery to Hackney’s urban jungle. After meandering through, make a stop in a café or traditional London pub.
Covent Garden Market
A landmark in its own right, tourists flock in bundles to this West End sight. Amongst the dazzle of London’s West End, the piazza is home to three markets dating from the 19th century. The Apple Market’s wares have become less fruit-based and more fashion-focused, selling clothing, toys, accessories, paintings, mirrors and more.
The Globe
Experience William Shakespeare’s iconic works the way they were meant to be seen at this modern-day replica of his famous playhouse. Thousands of passionate theatre-goers pile in to watch traditional and contemporary interpretations of his tragedies, histories and comedies each year. You’ll sit on benches in the galleries or stand – yes, stand – in the open air of the yard, the same way the people of Elizabethan London would’ve done.
The Shaftesbury
In recent years, the Shaftesbury has been home to a series of lively musicals such as Fame, Rock of Ages, Memphis and its longest running success, Hairspray. The stage has also seen its fair share of magic and mind-trickery, hosting Derren Brown’s Svengali and a short running show, The Illusionists.
Theatre Royal Drury Lane
The Theatre Royal is a true phoenix from the ashes. Surviving the flames of not one but two fires, it’s now one of the largest and most popular West End venues. Owned by Andrew Lloyd Webber himself, this Grade I-listed building has hosted big budget productions such as Miss Saigon, Oliver!, The Lord of the Rings and Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.
Savoy Theatre
Hundreds of shows have had their names emblazoned underneath the Savoy’s neon-green sign. In fact, this veteran venue was the first building in the world to be fully lit by electric lighting! Since opening in 1881, it’s played host to the comic operas of Gilbert and Sullivan, the works of Shakespeare, Steinbeck’s Of Mice and Men, and more recently, the Beatles musical, Let It Be.
Lyceum Theatre
Hakuna matata! The Lyceum Theatre has been home to the hugely successful stage production of Disney’s Lion King since 1999. Just a few steps from Covent Garden Market, its striking Romanesque columns and grand golden lettering will be sure to catch your eye as you bustle past on your way to the shops or sights.
Palace Theatre
As of 2016, the Palace Theatre became the official home of Harry Potter and the Cursed Child – the eighth story in J.K. Rowling’s series. Taking place 19 years after the last book, it’s a truly magical return to Hogwarts and the wonders of the wizarding world. Situated in the heart of the West End, witches and wizards can arrive via the floo network, whereas Muggles should stick to the bus or tube.
British Museum
As Great Britain’s Empire expanded, so did its cache of material treasures – many of which are on display in this world-class museum. Among its eight million exhibits, you'll find the stunning Elgin Marbles from Greece, the Benin Bronzes and the legendary Rosetta Stone. The Reading Room stands at its heart and is spectacular in size and scope.
London Eye
I spy with my little eye, something beginning with ... L. Get a god’s-eye view of London atop this giant Ferris Wheel on the South Bank. The glass pods hold up to twenty-five people per pod and were designed to represent each of London's 32 boroughs. Infinitely popular, it does exactly as it claims – it takes you up, then it takes you down!
Tower Bridge
Tower Bridge is one of the world’s most iconic bridges and an enduring symbol of London. Identifiable by its two towers, this enormous drawbridge took eight years to build and has been in continuous use since 1894. The main entrance of Tower Bridge Exhibition is located at the North West Tower, where visitors can learn more about its construction.
Tower of London
The Tower of London has hosted feast and folly for centuries. Founded by William the Conqueror in 1066, every tower has its own (often bloody) history. Lady Jane Grey, Colonel Blood, Henry VIII and some of his tragic wives were among its famous residents. Search for their ghostly spectres that allegedly haunt the grounds, or play it safe by viewing the 23,000 Crown Jewels.
Buckingham Palace
The Crown Jewels lie in the Tower of London, but the Queen’s Guard watches over the head that wears them. Although the role of the red-coated guards is purely ceremonial, join the hordes trying to break their legendary stare – or simply enjoy the pomp and ceremony of the daily Changing of the Guard. In summer, take a tour of the palace’s treasure-filled rooms.
Big Ben
If your doorbell chimed this loud, it’s safe to say that your neighbours would have moved out long ago. For miles around, you’ll hear Big Ben’s legendary melody from the bell tower in the Houses of Parliament. The latter was once an 11th-century palace, repurposed centuries ago as the seat of Britain’s parliament.
Trung tâm Mua sắm Harrods
Department stores don’t come more luxurious than Harrods. Set in an ornate 19th-century building in glitzy Knightsbridge, this shopping emporium boasts a million square feet of retail space. You can enlist the services of gift concierges, peruse the gilded Egyptian-style clothing room or even buy bars of gold! Then there’s the quaint food hall, where afternoon tea is a must-try tradition.
87 - 135 Brompton Road
Nhà thờ Westminster Abbey
Westminster Abbey’s guest register reads like a book on British History. The Abbey has hosted royal coronation ceremonies since 1066, while many notable Brits (and a few naughty ones) are buried here – you can see some of their effigies on the elaborate sarcophagi. The Abbey also hosts royal weddings, including that of Prince William and Catherine Middleton in 2011.
Parliament Square
Cung điện Buckingham
The Crown Jewels lie in the Tower of London, but the Queen’s Guard watches over the head that wears them. Although the role of the red-coated guards is purely ceremonial, join the hordes trying to break their legendary stare – or simply enjoy the pomp and ceremony of the daily Changing of the Guard. In summer, take a tour of the palace’s treasure-filled rooms.
Buckingham Palace Road
Công viên Hyde Park
Take a turn around the primrose paths of London's largest Royal Garden. There are plenty of breathlessly romantic covered areas, rose gardens and fountains to discover over its 350 acres, not to mention the Serpentine Lake and the famous Speaker's Corner. Hyde Park is particularly fine for lazing about with a book on a humid summer’s day.
Bayswater Road
Tháp đồng hồ Big Ben
If your doorbell chimed this loud, it’s safe to say that your neighbours would have moved out long ago. For miles around, you’ll hear Big Ben’s legendary melody from the bell tower in the Houses of Parliament. The latter was once an 11th-century palace, repurposed centuries ago as the seat of Britain’s parliament.
Parliament Square Westminster
Giao lộ Piccadilly Circus
For many the true heart of London, iconic Piccadilly Circus is famous for ever-changing illuminated advertising boarding. Although the neon has gone, the statue of Eros still stands proud.
Piccadilly Circus
Nhà Quốc Hội
Located in Westminster, the Houses of Parliament is the seat of the UK government. This Gothic-style building is set on the banks of the Thames and overlooks Westminster Abbey.
Parliament Square Westminster
Quảng trường Trafalgar Square
Once famous for pigeons, large Trafalagar Square is watched over by Napoleon on a tall column. Its fountains, statues and annual Christmas tree are now the focal points.
Trafalgar Square
nhà thi đấu O2 Arena
Set by a bend in the Thames, the O2 Arena is a major concert and sporting venue. Previously called the Millennium Dome, it houses exhibitions and a range of restaurants.
Bugsby Way
Nhà hát Prince Edward
Home of the world premieres of Evita and Mamma Mia!, Prince Edward Theatre is in the West End’s Theatreland. It is surrounded by a wealth of restaurants and bars.
Old Compton Street
Công viên Victoria
Small sections of the old London Bridge are in this large park in east London. It has a lake, Grade II-listed fountain, and cricket matches during the summer.
Approach Road
Nhà hát Lyceum
In the West End, the Lyceum Theatre has housed popular musicals such as The Lion King and Oklahoma. In the 70s it hosted concerts by Queen, The Police and U2.
21 Wellington Street

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Gợi ý của du khách về London

Walk for ten minutes in pretty much any direction, and you'll see a stand advertising tickets for tour buses. The tickets will set you back on average £30 per person, but they're valid for 24 hours and the majority are "hop-on-hop-off- services. The routes are designed to go by every single tourist attraction (Big Ben, Westminster Abbey, Tower Bridge etc.) so you hop on the bus wherever you want, hop off it when you reach an attraction you'd like to see, and hop back on the next bus to come past (hence the "hop-on-hop-off") Some of the buses have audio guides and tell you the history of London. They're great.

If you've even heard of Dickens, Chaucer, Shakespeare, the royal family, Churchill, the world wars - just walking along the streets they walked on is enough to make them and their experiences jump out at you. The fact that most of the tourist attractions' tours (eg: Royal Albert Hall, Churchill War Rooms, Kensington Palace, Tower Bridge, Tower of London, London Bridge Experience, Westminster Abbey) are all accompanied by audio and include re-enactments mean that your completely drawn in to the experience.

We visited the Globe for the second time and despite the heat and less than comfy seats, we thoroughly enjoyed the play which was magnificently acted. We noticed an actor from one of our favorite PBS shows was in the cast so it was great to see him in another role.

National Gallery should be your number one as the guidebook said and then start off into all the castles if you are into classical arts. The Tate Modern is one of the world's best abstract and creative art museum. They shouldn't be missed.

Always! If you have the time or actually the type to look for this kind of things, you can find treasured little shops in small side streets and other kind of shopping at the local markets like Borough Market.

The Royal Maritime Museum in Greenwich is part of a larger complex which is of the same standard as the better known Natural History/Science Museums but much quieter. Well worth making the trip to visit.

Whatever kind of shopping you like; London is the place for you. It has everything. From the Luxury stores like Harrods to Gothic boutiques and vintage clothing stores, to market stalls.

Covent Garden had brilliant entertainers on all day. We sat in Bar 21 all afternoon watching them and had a great time.

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