Croydon makes the tourist list

Croydon in London, UK, has often suffered from a bad reputation in the past.

Even one of it’s own, the model Kate Moss has described it as “rough”, but all that is about to change as it becomes the location for a series of National Trust Tours. 

The tours will start this month and the area’s brutalist concrete architecture will be one of the main draws.

The project has been named ‘Edge City’ hopes to switch the main focus of tourist activity in the UK from coastlines and mountains and make people more aware of the country’s cities and towns such as Croydon, which have a lot to offer in their own right.

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