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Famous for ships, the observatory and Greenwich Mean Time, the Borough of Greenwich (pronounced GREN-itch) benefits from being slightly out of the tourist limelight compared to other central London boroughs. There's plenty to do to keep a visitor occupied here - parks, boats and historic buildings galore. Maritime Greenwich, a district in the borough where all the maritime attractions are located, was inscribed as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1997.
Greenwich is served by the Docklands Light Rail and the Jubilee line, as well as national rail services.
For Greenwich Park, including the Royal Naval College, Royal Observatory and Cutty Sark, take the Docklands Light Rail to Cutty Sark station.
For the O2, take the Jubilee line to the North Greenwich station.
See also International Telephone Calls
The Royal Mail provides postal services in the United Kingdom. The Royal Mail's store fronts are called Post Office and offer services ranging from sending letters and packages to foreign currency exchange. Use the branch locator to find the nearest Post Office branch. An alternative includes TNT Post.
It's common for a post office to be incorporated into a grocery store, where there will be a small counter located at the back of the store for dealing with post related matters. All post offices are marked with signs that say 'post office' in red lettering. Post boxes can be found at any post office and standalone large red post boxes on the streets or red boxes in the sides of public buildings.
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