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Greenwich

London SE28OG, England
+44 870 608 2000
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Greenwich Food Tour in London
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Independent Sightseeing Tour to London’s Royal Borough of Greenwich with...
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Westminster to Greenwich via the Thames Barrier Sightseeing Cruise
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“maritime museum” (351 reviews)
“cutty sark” (754 reviews)
Suggested Duration: More than 3 hours
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London SE28OG, England
Greenwich
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Reviewed yesterday

Greenwich is one of my favourite place in London. Such a great view from the top of the hill over the city in a clear day. Lovely park, nicely kept.

Thank su12345
Reviewed 2 days ago

Even though Greenwich is quite crowded it's somehow calmer than in the inner part of London. It has multiple attractions, but I definitely enjoyed the market with delicious (a bit pricy) street food and the small shops around the market that had a big variety...More

Thank mathildeloek
Reviewed 2 days ago

I took the boat from Westminster Pier just outside the Westminster underground stop. I bought a round-trip ticket, but you could also take the boat one way and the DLR on the return. I toured the Maritime Museum, the Cutty Sark and the Observatory. Of...More

Thank mildredp19452017
Reviewed 3 days ago

Oh boy did we enjoy our trip here today. Although it rained on occasions whilst we were there, nothing could dampen our spirits whilst we walked round this truly beautiful slice of England! You could just imagine how it must have been when the Navy...More

Thank Julie E
Reviewed 4 days ago

Great place to get away from the city. Lots to do and you get to go on the DLR to get there. We went to the planetarium. My first time and was really interesting. Plenty of pubs and cafes for a cuppa or pint afterwards.

Thank Daniel C
Reviewed 4 days ago

only came back to visit Greenwich after a flying visit a couple of years ago and was worth revisiting and will probably come back again

Thank Michele B
Reviewed 5 days ago

A visit to Greenwich is a great experience. After walking round ypthe Cutty Sark there is the Maritime Musem, the Queens House, the Painted Hall, market, then up the hill to the Observatory via the lovely park. Hardly time to see everything in a day....More

Thank Janet G
Reviewed 5 days ago

Greenwich is an interesting town/village steeped in history. The Park is beautiful and a place of tranquil peace even though it is surrounded by such a busy city. As a local I would encourage UK residents to see what a lot of foreign visitors enjoy....More

Thank exessp
Reviewed 5 days ago

Greenwich has an amazing food market on Saturdays, good pubs, few museums. My favourite is walking around The Old Royal Naval College. Love this area of London.

Thank AWorldofWanderlust
Reviewed 5 days ago

Enjoyed getting away from the biz of the city. Greenwich was a pleasant sail down the Thames. Thoroughly enjoyed the views of the changing landscape. The walk through the park was the highlight with a view over the city something you to enjoy. The town...More

Thank Charlie-Jos
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Greenwich
Greenwich Mean Time starts here, so to speak, as the
very concept of global time was established at Royal
Observatory, just one of several buildings of
architectural interest in Greenwich. Indeed, the whole
of Greenwich's historic town center, its Royal Park
and a number of related buildings (and one world
famous ship, the Cutty Sark) make up the UNESCO World
Heritage site known as Maritime Greenwich. Today a
...More
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joecv5
Hello My daughter will be attendIng university of Greenwich Avery hill campus in th fall. We want to fly to heathrow and spend three days with her touring London thenn mid week go to Paris by train then back for another three days to her. We are trying to find a place t stay either hotel or B and B close the her and where there are some stores. Rezteriants and nightlife. Also needs t be near public transportation since I cannot walk long distances. Feeling overwhelmed looking at public transportation but been told not to drive in London
1 May 2017|
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Response from Adaixa | Reviewed this property |
I stayed at Staycity Aparthotel, right next to the Deptford Bridge Station. And I mean it, it's right next to the station. I loved that. The trains and the tube work beautifully. The apartments are great, the area not so... More
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Rosey S
Hello. I'm wondering if it reasonable (time-wise) to take an 11:00 Tall Ships cruise (ends by 13:30) and then make it over to the O2 Arena for a roof-climb at 15:00. It looks like a 20-minute bus ride so it seems reasonable to me, but wanted to check with a local/expert. Thanks!
24 March 2017|
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Response from brandreth16 | Reviewed this property |
Yes. If it was me I'd get the Thames Clipper boat, from Greenwich Pier to o2 Pier. One stop. Much prettier ride than the bus. But more expensive, so if cost is an issue, get the bus. It goes from outside the Old Royal Naval... More
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jazzbird925
Hi. My husband and I will be in London in late May and are planning a day trip to Greenwich. We will book a cruise/boat trip on the way there but prefer the quickest and easiest return to London. Is the tube a good choose and if so, which ones would get us back to the area around the Bank of England? Please feel free to offer suggestions with regards to this outing. Thank you in advance for your response. We are looking forward to this!
18 March 2017|
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Response from brandreth16 | Reviewed this property |
Martinez has nailed it - with a couple of additions. The Clipper is the most aesthetically pleasing route. If you get it from London Bridge you sail past the Tower of London. Under Tower Bridge. And passed Canary Wharf... More
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