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Are you looking for great things to do in London? If the answer is „yes”, you should definitely get a map and follow The City Visitor Trail. Why don’t you roam around the heart of the city and admire a variety of attractions London is famous for. It may come as a surprise how many stories you will be able to hear while strolling through the historic spots. You can join other visitors or find an experienced guide who will uncover the hidden gems of the city’s history. The CVT is also available for Apple or Android smartphones. Hence, prepare yourself for the best adventure of your life. In case you get lost, simply ask some passer-by to help you show the right way.
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A: Excuse me. Can you tell me how to get to Oxford Street?
B: Of course, the fastest way will be to take a bus. You can catch it over there. Remember to get off at the 5th bus stop. Then go along the street and turn right. It’s really easy.
A: Thank you sir!
B: Don’t mention it. Good luck!
A: Hello, I’m looking for The Guards Museum. Can you show me the way, please?
B: Certainly. Do you have a map with you?
A: Yes, here you are.
B: So, we’re now in Wilfred Street as you can see. You must go straight on, take the first on the left. It’s Buckingham Gate and you need to go along this street for about 5 minutes. Then turn right and you will see a lot of trees in Bridge Walk. Go past some buildings and the mus
A: So how much time does it take to get there on foot?eum is on the right.
B: It’s not far away from here. I’m sure you will reach the museum within 15 minutes.
A: Thank you for your help. Goodbye!