Things to Do


Amongst the most visited tourist attractions are the famous Buckingham Palace, Hyde Park, Big Ben, the House of Parliament or Kensington Palace. The Museum of London is another magnificent cultural and historical hotspot for art lovers. Being a capital of culture, art and fashion are combined in every aspect of daily life, creating an unique atmosphere for the tourists.

Here is a list of possible attractions and activities for the ICANN participants. Full information in the following access: – These mentioned are special events, are will take place in London during June.
Hampton Court Palace Festival: takes place in the stunning Tudor Base Court of Hampton Palace with world-class acts, spectacular fireworks and sumptuous dining experiences. Hampton Court Palace adds something unique and special to the festival experience, providing a fantastic backdrop to every show. The beautiful East Front Gardens provide a perfect place for relaxing, drinking and picnicking, before taking your seats for the evening’s entertainment. Summer evening music at the historic palace. 12-25 Jun.

Greenwich + Docklands Festival: The Festival is committed to breaking new ground in outdoor performance and raising the ambition, quality and diversity of outdoor work produced in this country, with a particular focus on the commissioning and development of outdoor work led by Deaf and disabled artists and artists from diverse backgrounds.Greenwich+Docklands International Festival (GDIF) is London’s leading festival of free outdoor performing arts.

A festival of street art and entertainment. 20-28 Jun
Taste of London: Regent’s Park will transform into a foodie wonderland for four days of summer eating, drinking and entertainment. Create your perfect taster menu from 40 of the city’s best restaurants as they serve their finest dishes for the ultimate alfresco feast. In addition, over 200 artisan producers and premium brands will provide a bounty of the best food and beverages from Britain and around the world.
Gourmet delights in Regent’s Park. 19-22 Jun

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