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Las mejores actividades en East London

Descubre la ciudad a través de los ojos de sus habitantes. Encuentra las mejores actividades, lugares para comer y recibe consejos invaluables de la gente que vive ahí.

Castillo
“One of London's most famous landmarks, the historic Tower houses the Crown Jewels, the prison cell of Sir Walter Raleigh, known as the Bloody Tower, and the Chapel of St. John and the Royal Armories.”
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Parque
“Victoria Park boarders Bethnal Green. As it’s the 3rd largest cultivated green space in London, and one of London’s best kept secrets, you should take time to wander round the lakes, Old English Garden and deer enclosure.”
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Mercado
“East London’s vibrant Sunday flower market is a local favourite. Here, you can barter with market stall merchants for everything from houseplants and fresh bouquets to succulents and seeds. Columbia Road is well worth a visit from Monday to Saturday, too: the lack of Sunday crowds leaves you free to wander the street’s many independent businesses, including art galleries, antique stores, homeware boutiques and even an old-school sweet shop. Sun: 8:00 am - 4:00 pm”
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Mercado
“Market on Saturdays, lovely to visit the market and go for a nice stroll in the park afterwards.”
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Centro comercial
“Large shopping mall featuring a wide variety of shops, food courts , bowling and cinema. Situated near the Olympic park area . Open 7 days a week.”
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Museo de arte
“Great modern art museum, don't miss the views to San Paul Cathedral from the coffee place!”
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Museo de arte
“International modern and contemporary art . Tate Modern is a modern art gallery located in London. It is Britain's national gallery of international modern art . If you love art you must see !!! ”
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Iglesia
“At the time it was built St Pauls cathedral was the tallest building on Londons skyline. Pivotal in the City of Londons history, children and adults alike will absorb many milestones in Londons history. Check ticket prices in advance and look for family / rely bird discounts online. The walk to the top of the spire is well worth it for the breathtaking views. Explore the local side streets also.”
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“BOROUGH MARKET is rich with history, but it remains as relevant now as it has ever been. As London’s oldest food market, it has been serving the people of Southwark for 1,000 years, and that extraordinary heritage is an important part of its appeal. Borough Market is a riot of colours, smells and human engagement. The traders—a vast repository of culinary knowledge—are only too happy to share their expertise with shoppers, or else just pass the time of day. Their voices are added to by the chefs, food writers, campaigners and teachers who help make the Market’s cookery demonstrations, publications, public debates and educational programmes so highly regarded. http://boroughmarket.org.uk/”
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“The best of the best! A definite must see if you are planning a visit in to London. A vibrant indoor market selling food from all over the world. 35 minutes from Three Bridges train station. ”
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Rock Climbing Spot
“Fun for kids and adults. Make sure that you check out the ArcelorMittal Orbit. https://www.queenelizabetholympicpark.co.uk/whats-on/events/2016/06/ride-the-slide ”
Recomendado por 366 habitantes locales
Foro musical
“The O2 is home to the world’s most popular music, sport, comedy, entertainment and so much more. With premium outlet shopping at ICON Outlet, bars and restaurants, a multi-screen Cineworld, Oxygen Freejumping trampoline park and 12-lane Hollywood Bowl, it’s the ultimate destination. See a different side of the city by climbing the famous roof at Up at The O2 and experience incredible 360-degree views of London.”
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“Now far more than just a string of stalls selling bric-à-brac and fruit and veg, Brick Lane Market, in the heart of Shoreditch, has grown and mutated over the years to incorporate five different markets known as The Truman Markets. Operating at its fullest on Sundays, Brick Lane and its surrounding streets come alive, teeming with sellers shifting their wares. Outside the bagel bars, curry houses and vintage shops, people without proper stalls set up shop on carpets and tables, selling old electrical equipment, toys, records, broken musical instruments, furniture and everything else under the sun. Down one side street you’ll come across Backyard Market, a covered, warehouse-sized space with stalls focused on arts and crafts. Pop in for clothes, cards and wrapping paper, one-of-a-kind jewellery and tote bags, all from up-and-coming designers and creatives. The Sunday Upmarket is a food hall brimming with street food vendors selling a global smorgasbord of cuisine. There are also more than 200 market stalls here selling vintage clothing, fashion by new and established designers, jewellery and homewares. The Vintage Market does what it says on the tin, with stalls selling clothing, accessories and retro memorabilia from the 1920s to the 1990s. If you’re into chintz,, The Tea Rooms host charming stalls selling things like typewriters, taxidermy and vintage maps. If you need to fuel up, there’s the Boiler House Food Hall, which has around 30 stalls selling culinary delights from all around the world. You can also explore Ely’s Yard Street Food where you’ll find favourites such as Orange Buffalo, Mother Clucker and Caboose.”
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Flea Market
“This is a big shopping area from high street shops to clothing stalls. Can be a little touristy but great if you want to go just to one area to find everything in one place. Great food stalls too!”
Recomendado por 395 habitantes locales
Mirador
“At the top of London's tallest building, set beside the River Thames, The View from The Shard is a multi-sensory experience; combining awe-inspiring 360 degree views of the city in a unique setting - an escape from the hustle and bustle of the streets below. Whats great is that you can reach this destination within 30 mins by foot! Why not try booking a table during sunset, so you can watch London transform from day to night. ”
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Puente
“Great to walk to and see not as a tourist but as a local, also near St Pauls also get to the South Bank, Tate Modern on the riverboat which is two stops.”
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