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Roman baths in London? The baths at 5 Strand Lane in London have been reported since the 1830s as a Roman survival. But they're actually the remaining portion of a cistern built in 1612 to feed a fountain in the gardens of the old Somerset House...more
Had a great full day trip with a tour company called Evan Evans, a guide name Oliver was the best I have seen so far. He is fun, honest and could keep the crowd going for a full day. The driver ( forgot his name)...More
This company looks after Macdonald contract. They’re the worse people to work for.
They give students zero hour contract and treat people with absolutely no respect
I told them that I am an A level student before I started working for them and they choosed...More
Visit to the Roman bath s and of course the city Bath was truly an experience. The town is so rich with history and also the way it is presented is just simply amazing. This is one trip I would recommend anyone to take if...More
Not easy to find, as the stairs by the sign to the bath are now gated and padlocked shut. You can still get on to Strand Place via the embankment though, and then you can walk up to the building that houses the bath. There's...More
Great little find in London amongst the hustle and bustle of London life. Along Strand Lane and behind a window is a sunken brick tank that 19th century Londoners wanted to believe was a Roman bath. It is now thought that this was a cistern...More
It is as previous reviewers have attested to - slightly underwhelming. But take the time to pick up a history (or read the interpretation panels) and learn from Michael Trapp of King's College London. He's done a marvellous job of covering the facts and theories....More
This is not easy to find but well worth while. Off Surrey Street near The Strand, it is not well signposted if you weren't aware of its location.
It is open from 10:30 am on weekdays for only 90 minutes. If you arrive and it...More
These Roman Baths are tucked away near Somerset House and quite difficult to find. Run by the National Trust and not generally open to the public, the small Baths can be viewed through an exterior window. The site is not very well lit and the...More
Whether you're headed here to check out the multitude of shops, theaters, cafes, pubs, and restaurants, or simply to be among the multitude of people who pass through this pretty part of town, you'll love soaking up the festive and historic atmosphere in and around Covent Garden. Even if you don't have tickets to the opera or a show at one of the many famous theaters here, don't be surprised if find yourself captivated
by some impromptu act of a street performer wowing the crowds in Covent Garden's Piazza. If you do have tickets, you'll be pleased to note that many of the local eateries accommodate theatergoers with prix fixe menus, early dinners, and later than usual opening hours.