Officially opened in 1877, Stamford Bridge has been the home of the Chelsea Football Club since 1905. The stadium is located ... More
Officially opened in 1877, Stamford Bridge has been the home of the Chelsea Football Club since 1905. The stadium is located at the site of one of the most famous battles of King Harold's reign in 1066 against the Vikings. Now, the battles have moved to the football field for over 42,000 spectators to enjoy. Fans from around the world stop by Stamford Bridge to check out national competitions at one of the best and largest football stadiums in Europe. The stadium is located in the west of London approximately 5km from the city center. Guided stadium tours are available; check website for more information.
Plenty happens at this royal park, opened in 1859 by Queen Victoria there are fun fairs on bank holidays, tennis
courts, a boating lake, a zoo, playgrounds, bicycle tracks, and a cafe. It's a lovely place to come for ...
You won't want to forget your camera when you head off on one of these cruises. A fleet of 15
boats provides sightseeing trips that run daily between London's four main destination piers, Westminster, Waterloo, Tower, and Greenwich. Some ...
This ultra modern aquarium is one of the largest in Europe, containing over one million liters of water and over
350 species of sea life. Watch as everything from brown sharks, sand tigers and piranhas to jellyfish and tropical ...
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