Greenwich is a beautiful area of South East London. It lies some 6 miles east-southeast of Charing Cross, making up a part of the Royal Borough of Greenwich.
There are many reasons to visit this area, including its rich maritime history. Those who’re looking for a bite to eat, meanwhile, might turn their attention to several excellent Afternoon Tea Greenwich establishments.
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Greenwich’s popularity among tourists dates back to at least the 18th century. Since then, its capacity to enthral has only increased, with plenty to keep visitors occupied throughout the day. Perhaps most noteworthy is the Royal Observatory.
This location is a must-see for anyone that likes all things related to astronomy. Those who prefer breathtaking architecture might instead choose to wander through the grounds of the Old Royal Naval College.
On your next trip, why not stop at the Cutty Sark? This famous Tea Clipper ship played a small yet significant role in the history of Tea in the UK. Once you’ve worked up an appetite, be sure to find time for an Afternoon Tea in Greenwich.