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Our 3 days London Trip Plan
First day Second day Third day

1. Accommodation 1. Breakfast 1. Breakfast


2. Sightseeing 2. Sightseeing 2. Sightseeing
3. Lunch 3. Lunch 3. Lunch
4. Sightseeing 4. Sightseeing 4. Sightseeing
5. Supper 5. Supper 5. Supper
6. Back hotel 6. Back hotel 6. Flight home
Acomodation
We will stay in Blair Victoria & Tudor Inn
Hotel. This is not very expensive hotel. The
nightly rate is about £32.25.
We will spend there £96.75.
Our budget will be now about £ 103.25.
Food and drinks
We will have our meals in the hotel.
First day
Visiting:
 Selfridges
 London Stone
 Aldgate
In the evening going to cineworld to watch the
film/
Second day
Visiting
 The Gherkin
 Tate Modern
 National Gallery
In the evening going to cineworld to watch
the film/
Third day
Visiting
 Marble Arch
 Nelson’s column
 Haymarket
 St. Paul's Cathedra
In the evening going to cineworld to watch
the film/
15 Bus
All those places that we are going to visit are
on the route of 15 bus. We’re going to travel by
those line, but sometimes we will go by feet.
Costs
Accommodation - £96.75
Visiting monuments – free of payment
Cinema - £17.70
All costs together – £114.45
Selfrid
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Selfridges is the chain of the department
stores in United Kingdom. It was founded by
Harry Gordon Selfridge in 1909. Nowadays the
owner is Galen Weston.
More information at the brochure.
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The London Stone is a stone that is said to be
the place from which the Romans measured all
distances in Britannia.

More information at the brochure.


A l d g a t e
Aldgate was the easternmost gateway
through London Wall leading from the City of
London
to Whitechapel and the East End. Aldgate gives
it’s name to a ward of the City. It’s construction
symbolized the start of a new high-rise
construction boom in London.

More information at the brochure.


The
Ghe
rkin
It is 180 meters tall and 40 floors skyscraper
in London's main financial district.
More information at the brochure.
National Gallery
The gallery is a non-departmental public body
it’s collection belongs to the public of the United
Kingdom and entry to the main collection (though
not some special exhibitions) is free of charge.
More information at the brochure.
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It’s situated in the building of the old power
plant. This is the museum of modern art.
The admission is free.
Opened from 10.00 to 18.00
More information at the brochure.
M a r b l e A r c h
It’s a monument near Speakers' Corner in
Hyde Park.
It’s based on the triumphal arch of
Constantine in Rome and designed by John Nash.
More information at the brochure.
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It was built to commemorate Horatio Nelson.
The column is 46.5m tall, with a 5.5m tall
statue of the British hero on the top, making a
total height of 52m.
More information at the brochure.
Hayma
rket
Haymarket is a street in the St. James's
district of the City of Westminster, a London
Borough.
In earlier centuries, Haymarket was also one
of the most prominent centers of prostitution in
London, but this is no longer the case.
More information at the brochure.
S t. P a u l‘ s C a t h e d r a

It was built after the Great Fire of 1666. St.


Paul’s Cathedra is an island of peace in the noise
and activity of one of the biggest financial centers
in the world.

More information at the brochure.