Hello, everyone!

I’m back from London and I’d like to give some recommendations to you guys. I’ve been to different places in London and Oxford. These 2 weeks were so amazing for me because I improved my English a lot. I talked only English which is very good. Now, in this post, I’ll talk about 3 different places in London. I hope you like it.


Camden Town is a great place for people who like to try the different type of foods and see antique shops. You can find so many shops in Camden Market and in my opinion,  you should go there when you’re hungry because you can find lots of places to eat. Camden Town is a must if you’re in London.

Chalk Farm
  • How to get there? You can go to Camden Town by tube, the nearest station is Camden Town which is in Northern Line. I got off on Chalk Farm station and walked a bit to go to market.  If you’d like to see original apartment arts, you can prefer to get off at Chalk Farm station.


Tate Modern is a modern art gallery in London.  You can visit the museum without paying anything which is pretty good for that kind of a gallery. In Tate Modern, there is a shop where you can find books, magazines, and souvenirs.  I found this museum absolutely fascinating and I want to go there with my family too.

  • How to get there? The museum is located in Bankside and you can go there by tube. The closest station is Southwark station which is in Jubilee line.
Tate Modern


I think this one is so creative










Cutty Sark as known as fastest ship in the world (at its era) is in Greenwich. I’m amazed by its size and history.  Cutty Sark was built in 1869 and it’s a British clipper ship. In my opinion, you should visit Cutty Sark and there is a shop too. I love this ship because of its story (click this to watch the video) .  I find historical ships fascinating and exciting, that’s why this trip was a nice experience for me.

  • How to get there? The Docklands Light Railway as known as DLR goes to Greenwich, Cutty Sark, and Woolwich from Bank station via Canary Wharf which is also on the Jubilee line.
    The woman who is holding a horse tail

    Cutty Sark








That’s all for this post. If you’ve any suggestions, you can reach me from my social media accounts.

Lots of love


4 thoughts on “London Adventure #2”

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