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The above map highlights the ISA office in London, the locations of the universities, as well as other locations useful to students.
London is considered to be one of the most cosmopolitan cities in the world and any visitor will immediately notice the great diversity found within the city. London residents, and visitors alike, hail from around the world and combined speak over 300 languages. Don't be surprised if during your first days in London you are asked for directions; as you simply cannot tell a local from a foreigner. Hyde Park, Kew Gardens, and Regent's Park are but a sampling of the abundant parks and open spaces scattered throughout London and of course you can't miss the many royal palaces.
The capital city has over 300 museums, 250 art galleries, 200 theaters (50 of which are situated in the West End), 6 full time symphony orchestras, and more than 600 cinema screens. Concerts, celebrities, movie premiers, theatre productions, sporting events, and world news headlines are constantly keeping London in the spotlight. Whatever one's interests may be, the attractions and activities found within London are essentially endless, and simply cannot be tackled in a single visit. London is truly in a league of its own and no matter what your taste, studying abroad in London is sure to provide you with many wonderful memories!
|Current Conditions for London||Forecast for London|
|Thu, 23 May 2013 8:49 pm BST|
|Thu 23 May 2013|
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|Fri 24 May 2013|
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