It’s Easy Being “Green” in London

September 4, 2012

in Destination Updates, London

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Today’s environmentally conscious travelers want to travel “Green” so they make a lighter impact on the planet during their journeys.

The “Green London” brochure helps visitors to the capital city of the United Kingdom “Go Green” with this information:

1. Transport for London provides free local cycle guides and information on six
designated walking routes, including the Capital Ring and the Thames Path.
2. Buy and eat local, seasonal, organic food from ethical eateries or try one of
London’s fabulous farmers markets (lfm.org.uk).
3. City Cruises operates eco-friendly sightseeing, lunch, dinner & dance cruises
on the River Thames; a perfect way to view London (citycruises.com).
4. London’s residential squares are a great way to discover a hidden side of London.
Take a picnic to Finsbury Circus, relax with coffee in Russell Square in the shadow
of the British Museum, or take a breather from shopping on Oxford Street and
head to Portman, Cavendish, or Hanover Square.
5. Soak up London’s unique culture with London’s street art scene –
including performances in Covent Garden, South Bank and Trafalgar Square.

The brochure features a map keyed to “Green” places to eat, sleep, shop, and visit in London. Click the “download” link to save the brochure to your computer for easy viewing and printing.

For more information on London, go to the Visit London Website. Want to “travel green” in other places? Check out the “greenertraveler” Website.

(Thanks to writer, editor, and artist Elisabeth Ptak for providing Tales Told From The Road with the “Green London” brochure. During your visit to London be sure to stop by her daughter Claire’s shop, Violet Cakes, for a tasty treat.)

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