LONDON, ENGLAND, June 15, 2012 /24-7PressRelease/
-- As the business end of the Euro 2012 group stages approaches, football fans across London will look to cheer on their team in pubs and bars all over the capital. With London officially the most cosmopolitan city on Earth, watching every individual nation play its Euro 2012
games couldn't be easier - especially with LondonTown.com's unique interactive guide to watching Euro 2012 in London.
Fans can read all about the best national bars and pubs for each country participating in the European Championships in Poland and Ukraine. Whether it's Bar Italia for the Azzurri, De Hems for the Dutch or the Bavarian Beerhouse for Germany - we'll have all the best venues right up until the final on Sunday 1st July. A countdown indicates when the next games kick-off and a special individual map for each nation shows supporters where the best suggested venues for their team are all over London.
With more than 300 languages spoken and at least 50 non-indigenous communities larger than 10,000 people, you're never far from an enclave belonging to a specific nation in London - whether it's the Portuguese of Vauxhall, the Russians of Knightsbridge or - how could we forget? - the French of South Kensington.
France is indeed quite possibly the largest minority nationality in the city, with the French consulate estimating that 400,000 of Greater London's 7.6 million inhabitants are citizens of the Republic. Astonishingly, this makes London effectively France's first largest city.
It's not just London's huge and growing non-indigenous communities that makes the city come alive during the European Championships and the World Cup football competitions. London is also one of the biggest tourist attractions the world over - a theme park of history, culture, gastronomy, traditions, change, beauty and entertainment.
Earlier this year, London was also named best city in the world to visit by TripAdvisor after an online poll with travellers - meaning that with tourist interest alone there'll probably be more than enough football fans from each nation wishing to cheer on their team in Euro 2012. Tourists in the know will make the most of LondonTown.com's HotelMap
feature when booking their London hotels
For more information on watching Euro 2012 in London visit LondonTown.com and read our fun and colourful fun nation-by-nation guide, which features stats and facts about each nation's population and standing in London today, plus all the best places to watch every country take part in this summer's biggest football competition.
Filled with graphics, photos and ground-breaking maps, our feature on watching each nation's games in Euro 2012 is not merely a helpful tool for expatriates and tourists from each of the 16 nations represented at the Euros. We want to open London up to everyone so that you can discover the different cultures that make London the greatest and most cosmopolitan city on Earth.
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