The Other London

IQPlanner Team
Jan 9
Ignore the well-trodden routes and discover this great city again. The capital of the UK still has the power to amaze and fascinate, even if it is your hundredth visit.

Now it’s time for a walk!

Camden Town 

This is home to Amy Winehouse, Goths, Hipsters, buskers and Camden Market, an eclectic mix of stores and stalls selling vintage, original fashion, hand-crafted accessories, unique gifts and everything in between.

Chin Chin Lab 

When you’re in Camden be sure to visit Chin Chin Lab and taste their unique ice cream. It’s made using liquid nitrogen and there are lots of flavours to choose, from Vanilla Pod, Golden Latte or how about watermelon or dill.

Puppet Theatre Barge   

A unique experience for children and adults – A marionette and animation show in a 55-seater auditorium, from October to July, on Saturdays, Sundays and daily during the school holidays.

Neal's Yard  

Home to Monty Python, Multi-coloured buildings with hanging baskets and colourful shutters, oh and not forgetting the superb shopping.

ArcelorMittal Orbit 

How about flying down the world's longest and tallest slide constructed by Belgian artist Carsten Höller – located in the Olympic Park?

It’s 376 ft high and it’s impossible to forget!

Brick Lane 

Galleries, vintage clothes stores, unusual cafes and some of the best street art around.

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