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    Cruise Port London (England)

    Cruise Port London (England). details about the port London (England), cruises from London (England), touch at London (England) of these ships, as Seabourn Pride, departure from London (England), excursions and tourist programs.

    This is just as typical of the city by the Thames as the fog, the scandals surrounding the royal family and Buckingham Palace. The range of cultural activities on offer in London is huge and diverse and includes theatres, renowned orchestras and opera perormances. Sights include: the world-famous bell tower "Big Ben", St. Paul's Cathedral, high-end shops in Bond and Regent Street, Piccadilly Circus, "Madame Tussaud's" waxworks, shopping at Harrods and Portobello Market, Covent Garden, and the futuristically modern glass palaces. .

    Photo: Alesyia Belaya


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