reaLondon: The Heathy Option!
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From the ancient Tower of London to the capital's newest skyscrapers, from glamorous Harrods to the edgiest street markets of the East End let reaLondon show you just why this city is the most visited urban destination in Europe.
It's not just our fabulous array of galleries, museums, churches, restaurants and parks: this City is the best at offering unique experiences high up, low down, on water, in the streets, inside and outdoors all year round. Click on "tours" above for a sample. Or bring your own ideas.
reaLondon Thought of the Month: Is it Warm Enough?
SUMMER STUFF FOR LONDONERS
Camden Beach (Roundhouse) (17 July – 23 August) FREE 150 tonnes of sand will be shipped in especially for the occasion. There will also be deck chairs, beach huts, ping-pong tables and most importantly – refreshments.
Beach East (Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park) (11 July – 31 August 2015) FREE More sand! Plus a massive paddling pool, funfair rides and a pub called Tropicana for those cheeky mojitos. Perfect if the sun keeps shining.
Royal Victoria Beach (Royal Victoria Docks) (14 July – 30 August 2015) FREE London’s largest urban beach has landed on the embankment all in the name of summer. Jelly shoes and sunblock at the ready!
Kings Cross Pond Club (Kings Cross) A stone’s throw from the bustling King’s Cross Station is a man-made fresh water public swimming pool or art installation, if you will. It’s popular so make sure you book in advance. Adults £6.50
Brockwell Lido (Brixton) Summer’s here which means it isn’t too cold to go swimming at London’s prettiest open-air pool. Finally! Adults £5.95 / Kids £3.40 / Under 5’s FREE
Serpentine Lido (Hyde Park) (Until September 2015) Fancy a dip in the lake? Pack a picnic and make a day of it. For kids there’s a separate area with paddling pool, sandpit and swings. Adults £4.50 / Kids £1.50 / Under 3’s FREE