Greenwich: The Park, The Market, The Royal Buildings
Overview of the tour in London
Greenwich is an iconic neighborhood in South-East London, you will be immersed in its picturesque village-like atmosphere while gazing at some of the best views of London.
Greenwich's history is radically linked to the Thames and the British Navy, while its aesthetic has been shaped by London's most important architects: Inigo Jones's Queen's House, Christopher Wren's Royal Hospital, and Nicholas Hawksmoor's St. Alfege church.
In addition, you'll find among the best-kept Georgian houses, in charming quiet streets that lead to a marvelous park, one of the biggest in London, sprinkled with centenary trees.
Here, the romantic architecture of the Royal Observatory stands out as Greenwich's symbol and the prime meridian of the world's clocks, Greenwich Mean Time (GMT).
This activity includes:
- Cutty Sark
- Royal Observatory Sundial
- Historical outline of the area
- Views of London and of the Thames from the Park
- Stylistic examination of buildings
outside Cutty Sark DLR station
LOOK OUT FOR THE PINK UMBRELLA!
We will meet outside Cutty Sark DLR station, at the very heart of Greenwich.
You can arrive here by DLR or bus.
Things to note
The tour will also end at Cutty Sark DLR station, from here you can either enjoy the Market, continue your Greenwich experience or take the DLR or bus to anywhere in London.
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