Tourism London

ICTLA 2017 is being organized at the Wigham House in East London, which is a great location to access all major city attractions through Underground and Overground train links.

  • Scenic Southend-on-Sea beach is 25 minutes train ride from the conference venue. Southend-on-Sea is London’s nearest beach with   
  • Historic town of Greenwich is 30 minutes away. The Greenwich Palace of Henry IIIV, Greenwich Maritime Museum and the Curry Sark are some of the key attractions of this area.
  • Tourist attractions in the City of London such as the Tower of London, Tower Bridge and the Shard are less than 30 minutes train ride away. Other Central London attractions such as the Oxford Street, London Eye, Houses of Parliament, Buckingham Palace, Trafalgar Square, Piccadilly Circus and iconic Leicester Square could all be accessed through a half hour train ride from the conference venue.
  • World-famous British Museum, Natural History Museum, Science Museum, Greenwich Maritime Museum offer a free entry for visitors and easily accessible from East London whereas London Transport Museum in Covent Garden is also a great place to visit.

Picadilly Circus

Tower Bridge

British Museum

Houses of Parliment & Big Ben

Greenwich Palace of Henry VIII


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London Winter Festivities

London is undoubtedly one of the most favourite tourist attractions in the world. Although summers are fun, winter is the ideal time to enjoy the Christmas related events and festivities in London and across United Kingdom.

  • Iconic Oxford Street is a treat to watch during Christmas season. Besides the extraordinary hustle bustle, it turns into a shoppers’ paradise with world-class brands on offer for the grab.
  • Winter Wonderland at the Hyde Park is another Christmas speciality in Central London area. A traditional Christmas town, by far the largest in Europe, is set up every year during the months of November and December.     
  • If you can stay in London for a little longer, you will be up for enjoying fireworks demonstration on New Year’s night in Central London or a fun-filled midnight activity in Trafalgar Square.
  • If you are a foodie, why not visit restaurants across London specifically the historic Covent Garden where more festive fun awaits you.
  • Interested in Winter Sport, why not try Ice Skating in sub-zero temperatures nearby Tower of London in Central London for an extrenely adventorouse experience.


Oxford Circus

Covent Garden Market

Hyde Park Winter Wonderland

Tower of London Ice Rink

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