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About Facebook London, London

Overview of Facebook London

This article refers Facebook London in London, United Kingdom. Facebook London is not a top-rated place in London.

Top attractions of London worth your visit include The London Eye, British Museum, Tower Of London, National Gallery and Madame Tussauds Museum. Visit these and also discover other interesting things to do in London before planning.

A fun-filled day in the city is possible with these exciting London tours that you can book for your visit.

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Oxford, Cotswolds, Stratford-on-Avon and Warwick Castle Day Trip from London
View Deal Oxford, Cotswolds, Stratford-on-Avon and Warwick C... 1200 Reviews | Duration: 10 hours From USD 112.87/person

Visit Oxford, Stratford-upon-Avon and medieval Warwick Castle on this action-packed, full-day trip from London. From the comfort of a first-class, luxury coach, make your way out of the capital to three of England’s most-visited places. Enjoy a walking tour of Oxford, home to one of the world’s most prestigious universities. Pass through the idyllic Cotswolds, a region officially designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Visit Stratford-upon-Avon, the charming birthplace of William Shakespeare. Then, travel back to the Middle Ages with a trip to magnificent Warwick Castle.

Royal London Sightseeing Tour with Changing of the Guard Ceremony
View Deal Royal London Sightseeing Tour with Changing of the... 161 Reviews | Duration: 3 hours 30 minutes From USD 44.53/person

This Royal Tour of London takes in many of the royal highlights of London, including Westminster Abbey where Prince William and Kate Middleton, where married on April 29, 2011. You will also see Kensington Palace, where Diana, Princess of Wales, lived. Finally, you will experience the famous Changing of the Guard ceremony outside Buckingham Palace, then spend the afternoon exploring London at your leisure.

London Pass Including Hop On Hop Off Bus Tour - London
View Deal London Pass Including Hop On Hop Off Bus Tour - Lo... 998 Reviews | Duration: Flexible From USD 80.5/person

Discover the London sightseeing with the London Pass including hop on hop off Bus Tour, and get free entry to 60 top attrctions like Westminster Abbey and the Tower of London. Save time with skip the line access from long queues with fast-track entry at countless attractions, and take advantage of special offers at quality London restaurants and shops.

Even better, why not upgrade and include transport with your London Pass? Choose from a 1-, 2-, 3- , 6-or 10-day sightseeing pass with transport included and see the highlights of England’s cosmopolitan capital with ease.

Tower of London Entrance Ticket Including Crown Jewels and Beefeater Tour
View Deal Tower of London Entrance Ticket Including Crown Je... 1475 Reviews | Duration: 1 day From USD 31.92/person

Enjoy faster entrance to the UNESCO-listed Tower of London, one of London's most popular attractions. Bypass the long lines at the main ticket office, and explore this mighty complex, established in 1066. Check out the White Tower, Traitors’ Gate and Tower Green, where Anne Boleyn was beheaded in 1536; visit the awe-inspiring Crown Jewels; and see the legendary ravens. Once inside, explore independently, or take a complimentary Yeoman Warder ‘Beefeater’ tour or audio-guided tour (own expense). Upgrade to include admission to two other London palaces: Hampton Court and Kensington Palace.

Getting around Facebook London, London

Public Transport : Subway

It is recommended to take Subway which will cost you roughly GBP 2, taking around 6 minutes. The distance between the two points is 2.32 Kilometre.

Public Transport : Bus

Best transit method is Bus from Euston Station. The distance is 6.27 Kilometre, costing around GBP 3. The duration of the trip is 24 minutes.

Public Transport : Bus

Suggested transit method is Bus from Warren Street Stn Euston Rd. The distance between the points being 4.06 Kilometre, the time taken for the journey is 29 minutes. The expense of the trip is GBP 2.

Taxi

The most preferred mode of transport is Taxi. The transit will take around 7 minutes, covering a distance of 4.96 Kilometre. The trip will cost you roughly GBP 16.

Towncar

Take a Towncar. The total distance will be 4.96 Kilometre costing GBP 8 and the duration of the trip will be 7 minutes.

Walk

You can reach The London Eye on foot. The distance is 3.39 Kilometre and it will take around 41 minutes.

Cycle

Best transit method is Cycle. The distance is 3.74 Kilometre, costing around GBP 2. The duration of the trip is 16 minutes.

Public Transport : Subway

It is recommended to take Subway which will cost you roughly GBP 2, taking around 2 minutes. The distance between the two points is 1.07 Kilometre.

Public Transport : Bus

Best transit method is Bus from Warren Street. The distance is 1.03 Kilometre, costing around GBP 2. The duration of the trip is 4 minutes.

Taxi

Suggested transit method is Taxi. The distance between the points being 1.58 Kilometre, the time taken for the journey is 3 minutes. The expense of the trip is GBP 7.

Walk

It is recommended to walk. The distance is around 1.75 Kilometre and it will take around 21 minutes to reach the place on foot.

Cycle

Take a Cycle. The total distance will be 1.62 Kilometre costing GBP 2 and the duration of the trip will be 6 minutes.

Public Transport : Subway

Suggested transit method is Subway. The distance between the points being 5.67 Kilometre, the time taken for the journey is 15 minutes. The expense of the trip is GBP 3.

Public Transport : Bus

The most preferred mode of transport is Bus from Euston Square. The transit will take around 36 minutes, covering a distance of 6.15 Kilometre. The trip will cost you roughly GBP 2.

Public Transport : Nightbus

Take a Nightbus from Baker Street Station. The total distance will be 7.33 Kilometre costing flexible amount and the duration of the trip will be 25 minutes.

Taxi

It is recommended to take Taxi which will cost you roughly GBP 19, taking around 9 minutes. The distance between the two points is 6.08 Kilometre.

Towncar

Best transit method is Towncar. The distance is 6.08 Kilometre, costing around GBP 9. The duration of the trip is 9 minutes.

Walk

On foot. The distance is 5.9 Kilometre and time to reach is approximately 71 minutes.

Cycle

The most preferred mode of transport is Cycle. The transit will take around 29 minutes, covering a distance of 6.29 Kilometre. The trip will cost you roughly GBP 2.

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  • A great place to gain some extra pounds :-) Food is everywhere: Chocolate bars, protein flapjacks, chips, soft drinks and even a candy bar. Fun fact: There is a scale in the bathroom, so that you get a guilty conscience when eating too much. I was impressed by the working atmosphere there as well by all the funny posters everywhere.

  • Great until you mysteriously get locked out of your account - on your birthday - it says disabled for no reason (but it randomly suggests Facebook thinks that you aren't a real person after you have had an account with them for 8+ years in your own name) so friends now can't contact you, - and you can't contact your friends. So Facebook asks for ID - and as a 'gold standard' a copy of my passport supplied but single Facebook message back says that's not good enough (even though international border control agencies are happy with that as ID!) ... and so you try to send Facebook your driving license as another form of ID and it is unclear whether they have received that or not as when you try to upload this you get an error message 5 times but then 6th time it says submitted, but that was yesterday and still no email acknowledgement has been received... the link Facebook gave you to follow when asking for another form of ID that is supposed to allow you to view your support messages (ie the only method of contact you had to message them via) now no longer works and instead takes you to the Facebook log in screen, but that doesn't allow you to log in. So now you can't message or communicate with Facebook in any way AT ALL. Basically Facebook's system has errors in it's design and the pathway is somehow broken. So 3 days on, and still no joy, you check out their phone number on Google, but when you phone they have a recorded message system for all options that totally blocks you from getting to speak to any real person to solve an issue, one that you have already exhausted their online 'help' to solve (so dead end there), and nope not even a basic customer services email is given for customer support! Moral NEVER reply on Facebook as your only method of communication, history of messages, vital exchanges of information, photos with friends as when Facebook lets you down it lets you and your friends down BIG TIME! - and you won't be able to access any of that information. Make sure you get mobile numbers - always! What is truly appalling is in Facebook's desire to ensure a customer services system that is automated and distances it's self from it's customer at every opportunity, Facebook has failed to provide any back up method of customer service when that system fails. NOT even an email address. Shocking! I'm now starting to feel really uncomfortable about all of this... The inability to have a voice or solution about recovering any my data, - all of what all of us have being giving over freely for their use/abuse? and it has got me thinking that Facebook has a lot of people using their service, that's a lot of power of political control they have in their hands. How far can we trust them not to abuse this trust we have given them? Not only do they run algorithms 'for advertising purposes' that manipulate people's behaviour and polarise people's perspectives, but also they have the power to randomly block communications and access to your data if they want to - without being required to give any explanation. I've been using Facebook, because it's simple and convenient, but am now discovering that there is a huge price to pay when things go wrong technically and you have trusted your all data, messages and method of contacting people down to a company that simply doesn't care to provide a decent fail-proof contact system for customer services. My message is we all need to STOP giving so much trust over to Facebook mania! It is simply not resilient for all of us worldwide to put so much trust in just ONE company to be our message portal.

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  • A good building with a retro look inside. I am luckily enough to work here from time to time and like the way you are looked over. Although the place seems to be very relaxed, the security is very good. You will be removed from the site if you are a visitor with out your hosted. The food is amazing because it's all free and you can have 3 meals a day. Also beer and wine is in the fridge and you can drink if you like. Very good place and I try and work here as often as I can

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  • Seriously the best workplace I have ever seen in my life!! Everyone would love to work here. Where else can you indulge in all sorts of food, cuisines, beer, candy, Mario kart on a projector screen, table tennis, foosball to name a few

  • Surprsed how relaxed it was. Food good and staff very friendly.

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