The City of London is not only one of the capital's key historical areas, but also the centre of world business. In this quest, you will: climb to the top of a secret panoramic platform and chill in a rooftop garden, and even see where the first Harry Potter movie was shot on your way to Diagon Alley. Get ready, this promises to be an adventure!
On Saturdays and Sundays, the City of London is empty. Most cafes are closed, and so is the observation deck at The Garden at 120. If you want to get away from the crowds of tourists and get some cool photos of the district - come on the weekend.
The City is extremely busy during the week, especially in the morning before 10:00, at lunch between 12-14:00 and after 16:00. All cafes and restaurants are open, and so is The Garden at 120.
During this mini-quest, you'll get to: visit the two squares that make up "the heart of London"; share your sympathies with the locals surviving chilly conditions; and find out what gift the Canadian Government received from London's main square. Ready? Let's get started!
Is there an Isle of Dogs in London? Under which oak did Elizabeth I used to enjoy her picnics? Does London really have less rainfall than Rome? You can discover the answers to these questions and more on our quest around the London Borough of Greenwich. Camera at the ready, there will be plenty of great photo opportunities. Let's get going!