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Things to consider when hiring a car in LondonHow fantastic is it that you are planning to visit London! VroomVroomVroom has some perfectly placed car hire depots in the city that can offer you some unbelievable rates.
- full valid drivers license (all parts)
- a second ID like a passport or a recent utility bill showing your name and address
- a valid credit card in the name of the driver
- any health documents if you have anything related to health on your license.
When you pick up your car hire in London, you may be subject to the Congestion Charge that is in place. Also, if you have entered the zone, even for a minute or two, you will need to pay the daily charge. If you do not, then the you will be charged further for every day that you fail to pay, so make sure you pay on the SAME DAY that you enter the zone to avoid further problems as even though you got a great hire car from VroomVroomVroom, it is your responsibility to pay the tolls and charges when you use it.
Useful information on London
London, of course, serves as the capital for both England and the United Kingdom. The famous business capital attracting many various lifestyles and cultures which brings with it such an array of choices. With London being known for its arts, economy, catwalk, shopping destinations and UNESCO World Heritage Sites, it is a place where several lines cross and is a perfect venue to witness and learn more about the English culture.
Experience new adventures with your London car hire
Address: The London Pavilion 1 Piccadilly Circus London W1J0DA
Marvel over an amazing collection of artefacts coming from different parts of the world at Ripley's Believe It or Not! London. Out of more than 30 museums, the London Odditorium is the largest of them all with over 700 galleries, exhibits, and interactive displays. Most of the artefacts at the museum came from Robert Ripley, who is a well-known cartoonist and entrepreneur. The museum takes pride of its massive collection of personal belongings from Marilyn Monroe. It is also famous for its interactive experiences such as the Marvellous Mirror Maze and LaseRace. Ripley's London is open every day from 10 a.m. until 12 midnight.
Address: 27 New Row, Covent Garden, London WC2N 4LA
Do you know what's better than ice cream? You'll find out once you've visited La Gelatiera, which is home to the finest gelato in London. It has received many recognitions and awards, including Telegraph's “Top 10 Best Ice Cream Makers in the UK” and Dissapore's Best Gelateria in the World. La Gelatiera also won back to back at Great Taste Awards' “Top 50 Foods Award”. The gelateria only uses the best ingredients to produce an assortment of gelato and sorbet flavours. They use 100% natural ingredients so you are assured of being free from preservatives and additives. They also make their gelato daily and in small batches to ensure quality and freshness.
Address: 11 Old Jewry, London EC2R 8DU
Address: 20 Lavington Street, London SE1 0NZ
The family-run hotel is strategically located near different transport systems which makes it very accessible for guests. They can easily visit some of the main attractions in London, including the Buckingham Palace, The London Eye, and Westminster Abbey. Luna Simone Hotel was established in Victoria back in 1970 and now it is considered the second home of many tourists. Find comfort during your stay as each bedroom is equipped with deluxe facilities including LCD TV, tea/coffee maker, hairdryer, and safety deposit box.
If you have more time to tour London with a car hire, then check out some of the attractions below:
British Museum is located along the Great Russell Street. The establishment features over seven million historical items about London and the world's human history and culture. The venue has a large collection of ancient artifacts from Egypt, Sudan, Rome, Greece, prehistoric Europe, the Americas and so much more.
Chinatown London lies near the city of Westminster. This is the place to go to when craving for Chinese cuisine and or to learn more about the Chinese culture whilst in England. Chinese restaurants, bakeries, souvenir shops and many other businesses managed by people of Chinese descent thrive in the area.
Kew Gardens or the Royal Botanic Gardens is a certified UNESCO World Heritage Site that homes the world's largest plants collection, facilities, several historical relics and buildings (e.g. The Temperate House, the Kew Palace and Queen Charlotte's Cottage). It is a marvelous paradise like destination to learn about the country's history and the importance and beauty of plants.
London Eye is currently Europe's tallest Ferris wheel. It is located west of Jubilee Gardens near the River Thames. The facility has thirty-two (32) sealed and air conditioned passenger capsules. Each capsule is wide and can hold up to twenty-five (25) people inside which is perfect to view a lot of interesting parts of the city from the top e.g. Big Ben and the Palace of Westminster.
Madame Tussauds then known as "Madam Tussaud's" is a wax museum located along Marylebone Road. The famous wax sculptor Marie Tussaud founded it. The museum is famous for its wide collection of wax artwork figures of royalties, famous singers, murderers, sports stars etc.
National Gallery is located in Trafalgar Square and is home to over two thousand three hundred (2,300) paintings from different eras. This is indeed a paradise for all arts and history enthusiasts.
Natural History Museum lies along the Exhibition Road. It has over seventy-million (70,000,000) items separated and showcased under the categories Botany, Entomology, Mineralogy, Paleontology and Zoology. It is a great venue to visit especially with family and friends. Its dinosaur skeletons collection is definitely something everyone must see.
Oxford Street is Europe's busiest shopping street. It has over five hundred and forty-eight (548) shops more than enough to make every shopaholics day wonderful.
Tate Modern in Bankside, London is an art gallery that showcases artworks from the year 1900 onwards. It has a wide variety of art exhibits made to capture the fancy of people of all ages.
Tower of London or Her Majesty's Royal Palace and Fortress is an ancient castle that served many generations of English royalties for several purposes e.g., royal abode, protection, prison to name but a few. The castle lies along the northern bank of River Thames and is famous for its wonderful architectural style, the white tower, some ghost rumors and the Jewel House.
Victoria and Albert Museum is one of the three prime museums located along the Exhibition Road and is named after the late Prince Albert and Queen Victoria. The museum features a magnificent collection from some 5,000 years ago and today under the departments of Ceramics and Glass, furniture, Textile and Fashion, Metalwork, Sculpture and World Image.
Banqueting House originally belonged to the Archbishops of York. It was used to provide entertainment for Charles I, and was sadly later the place of his execution. Following a fire that destroyed Whitehall Palace in 1698, it was used as a chapel until 1890. From 1896 until 1962 the Banqueting House was occupied by the Royal United Services Institute and used as a museum.
London Bridge is made up of several bridges that span the Thames and is very well known. Whilst it connects the City of London and Southwark it is seated between Cannon Street Railway Bridge and Tower Bridge, and is at the western end of London. On the southern side of the bridge is Southwark Cathedral and London Bridge station with the north side being home to the Monument to the Great Fire of London and Monument tube station. Once upon a time it was the only bridge over the Thames downstream from Kingston until Putney Bridge was opened in 1729. The current bridge was opened on 17 March 1973.
With London being home to many stories and legends in the past, the famous name of Jack the Ripper is one that will certainly bring shivers, I am sure, to your spine. The gruesome murders that he committed in the streets of London will be stories for hundreds of years to come. So why not take a tour of the gruesome route where the bodies were found after they had experienced horrific injuries including throat slashing and disembowelment.