London, England

London, England has a long history. People have settled on the site of the present city since well before the Roman period, as evidenced by Bronze Age and Celtic artifacts. Since then, London has gone from strength to strength. With the increased prominence of England in Europe and later in the world, the megalopolis became a great center of government, culture, fashion, and trade and industry.

Truly multicultural, vivacious, and loud, London is a city of people, energy, and ideas. It is the capital of both England and the United Kingdom. London is also the largest city in the European Union and Western Europe. It has a population of more than 7.5 million people, accurately reflecting the city’s size and importance.

London, England was once the largest metropolis in the world, and although the city has ceded this title to other superpowers that have emerged in the 20th century, it is still an enormous bewildering city.

Originally, the name London referred only to the original Roman (and medieval) city’s once-walled “Square Mile.” It was confusingly called “The City” or the “City of London.” Today, the name London has assumed a much wider meaning, including all the huge central parts of the modern city. The city has absorbed many surrounding villages and towns over the centuries.

The Greater London covers central London, including the outlying suburbs within the lower Thames valley. Although densely populated when it comes to New World standards, it retains large swathes of London parks and gardens, even within the city center.

Despite an unwarranted reputation for being unsettled, the city enjoys a mild and dry climate on average. In fact, only one in three days will bring rain, which often happen for a short period.

Overall, the rich history, interesting arts and culture, great people, vibrant nightlife, breathtaking architecture, colorful markets, and delicious cuisine make London one of the top destinations in the world. Everything about London, England is truly amazing.