This popular borough of London, located on the River Thames, is awash with attractions that will appeal to all the family, whether you want to soak up some history and culture, go shopping or you hanker after some daredevil, thrill-seeking action.
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No trip to Greenwich would be complete without a visit to the Royal Observatory, where you can stand on the exact spot that marks the Meridian Line. A peek at the iconic Cutty Sark, the last remaining tea clipper in the world, is also a must when you visit Greenwich - and if this gives you a yearning to take to the waters, why not go on a boat trip along the Thames?
Culture seekers will be in their element when visiting the nearby National Maritime Museum and Old Royal Navy College, while those with a thirst for shopping will find Greenwich market has plenty to offer.
For those looking for some thrills and adventure, the Emirates Air Line cable car and the Up at The O2 rooftop climb offer spectacular, far-reaching views of the city. While at The O2, you can relax and refuel at one of the many bars and restaurants.
If you are visiting via train the nearest stations are Greenwich, Greenwich DLR and Maze Hill..
You can also get a boat to Greenwich with various services and water taxis which stop at the Greenwich Pier.
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