Anglophile Blog

Upcoming events in London

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There is always something exciting happening in London. Each month, each season, each holiday brings a new experience that will add to your London memories. In order for you to immerse yourself in London’s culture, we have compiled a list of events that are happening in London for the next several months. Our London Connection

7 Ways to Visit Buckingham Palace in London

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There has been a fascination with Buckingham Palace since Queen Victoria made it her residence in 1837. But not until the reign of the current Queen were the doors opened for public view in 1993 — a step towards breaking down perceived barriers. What a great experience to see inside where the  reigning monarch of

14 Ways to Celebrate Valentine’s Day in London

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February is a fantastic time to visit London, whether you are traveling alone, with your family, as a group of friends, for a business trip, or with your special someone. Do you like to plan well ahead and know exactly what you will be doing weeks in advance? If so, NOW IS THE TIME TO

London Neighborhood Guide – Best Areas to Stay in London

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LONDON is a very large and cosmopolitan city made up of many small communities that have grown together. Because of this historic past, the neighborhoods of this great city are all very different. Knightsbridge is very different when compared to Covent Garden or Kensington while Mayfair has a history and personality all its own. The

5 Days in London: Your Budget Determines Your Itinerary

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If you have the chance to visit London anytime of the year, seize the opportunity! Whether you are a college student or newly retired, this royal city has something to interest everyone. Sometimes when we travel, our budget can make a difference in what activities we choose. Finances can even determine how many days or

12 Ways to Celebrate Christmas in London

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If you LOVE Christmas, you will never forget the sparkle and wonder of London in December. And if you DON’T love Christmas, this is the perfect place for you, too. You can imagine that you have hopped into the pages of A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens; watch for Ebenezer Scrooge coming around the corner