From the Spanish blog QverLondres.com, in this app we offer a guide of London with an offline map which contains seven of our itineraries with routes and basic information about some of London’s most iconic places.
The app also has a list of the most famous Points of Interest this beautiful city has to offer and also a list with a variety of places where you can go and eat.
Also, so that you don’t get lost in this big city, optional GPS location is provided so that you can find yourself and guide you in the map.
The information provided in this app is simple and to the point with small extracts of information since we don’t expect you to read the full history of monuments and places while you are following your route. If you are searching for something which contains in depth information with detailed historical events then maybe this isn't for you though… we still encourage you to give it a try!
List of Itineraries including guide and offline map:
• From Buckingham Palace to Bond Street: Passing by Trafalgar Square, Big Ben, London Eye, Piccadily Circus…
• From Hyde Park to Soho: Walking across Hyde Park leading to Oxford St, Regent St, Soho, Leicester Square, Covent Garden…
• From Tower Bridge to St Paul´s Cathedral: We’ll see Tower of London, we’ll walk over the famous Tower Bridge, and walk next to the River Thames to reach Millenium Bridge and St. Pauls Cathedral.
• Hyde Park to Knightsbridge: Walk around Kensington Gardens (Hyde Park) and we will see some of its most important monuments. We will exit Hyde Park and walk around Knightbridge, walking next to the Natural History Museum, Victoria and Albert Museum, Harrods reaching Sloane Square and the most luxurious shops in London.
• Camden Town: Small easy route for your visit to Camden Town and it famous Market.
• Notting Hill: Route to visit Portobello Road, its famous market in Notting Hill (open on Saturdays) and also another route to walk around Notting Hill.
• Little Venice to Camden Lockl: This route allows us to discover a peaceful oasis in London, the famous Little Venice. From here we walk along Regent´s Canal until you reach Camden Lock.