Discover City of London
This city is great if you’re into a sport there are many venues which will allow you to participate in your favorite sport. You do not need to have played any of the sports before as students of all abilities are encouraged to attend. You can just come along to sessions, learn a new skill and while you’re there, meet people outside of your programme in a fun and friendly environment. All you need is the desire to participate, and enthusiasm for the sport and the aspiration to be part of a team.
Cycling in Epping Forest is a great way to get away from it all, keep fit, train for a special event or just explore more of London's largest open space. There are over 80km of multi-user paths in the Forest to explore, including nine waymarked trails. Many of businesses offer a varied, annual programme of events throughout the Forest. There are guided walks and bike rides, craft activities, learning events, heritage events, art exhibitions, seasonal events, talks and lectures and an open-air theatre season etc, If you’re not ready to get into the ring London’s best boxing gyms, there are plenty of fitness studios and gyms where you can throw a few punches. Head to one of the boxing classes in East Central London and you'll soon be boxing clever.
Walks are for everyone, whether you have just got out of the habit of exercise, need to lose weight or you may be recovering from surgery or an illness and want to start getting active again. You can stop at any point on the walk way route and rest in East Central London by taking help from related businesses. The walks are not competitive!
Having laid the foundation for the whole of London with a history dating back almost 2,000 years, it is a shame that there isn't much remaining of the City's rich heritage. But then there are St Paul 's Cathedral, Dr Johnson's House, the Tower of London , Museum of London , and the Bank of England Museum to fill the void. And all are essential places to visit if you have never been before.
Furthermore, The City's arts and cultural offering is extended by the Barbican. Love it or loathe it, this somewhat grotesque example of post-war urban planning does little justice to the great arts and performance centre that lies within its four walls. Aesthetics aside, the Barbican runs a full programme of exhibitions, theatre, music and drama and is also the home for the London Symphony Orchestra. Despite its lack of green space and large sporting facilities, The City is home to a number of private health and fitness clubs.
From thrilling rides through history, to wild animals both mythical and real theme parks offer great entertainment for families and groups. Unlike most London attractions, some amusement parks aren't in Central London, but are easily reached by train, coach or car.