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Read this website about tourist activities in London.
Then read about four young people and what they’re interested in.
Find one activity for each person.


Six ideas for tourists in London
1 Oasis is a real oasis in London, with squash courts, a gym and a sauna. Swim in our outdoor pool – open until 9.00 pm all year round.

2 Come to the London Dungeon for the scariest visit in London! Rats, darkness, secrets from
the past, and lots of scary surprises! You’ll love it!

3 Oxford Street offers nearly two kilometres of world-class shopping, from iconic department stores to classy boutiques. A real shoppers’ paradise!

4 The Museum of Brands, Packaging and Advertising shows how cans, packets, boxes and bottles have changed over the years.

5 Hyde Park is the largest of the parks in Central London. Whether you row on the lake or have a picnic on the grass, it’s the perfect place to relax.

6 Gorilla Circus Flying Trapeze School: fun, but not easy! Open-air classes in acrobatics in Regent’s Park. Classes cost from £22.50

Chloe finds big cities boring because she doesn’t like visiting museums or art galleries. She loves learning unusual and exciting sports – even if other people sometimes think they’re dangerous!
Daniel’s favourite subject at school is art. He’s interested in the design of adverts, and wants to work in the advertising industry when he leaves school.
Emily likes visiting places that are a bit frightening. “They’re a bit like horror films,” she says, “but better – because they’re real.”
Finley likes walking around town with friends and window shopping. Sometimes he buys things, sometimes he doesn’t: he just likes seeing what people buy.




A visit to London - Read Lisa's summer diary

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READING - Ideas for tourists

Chloe: Gorilla Circus Flying Trapeze School
Daniel: Museum of Brands, Packaging and Advertising
Emily: London Dungeon
Finley: Oxford Street
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