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London and Uk Location Guide

Discussion in 'Pokefarmer Forum' started by Mew2, Dec 29, 2016.

  1. Mew2

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    Botting in London.

    I have attempted to do the complete botting guide on London. If you see the River Thames mentioned expect Water Pokemon, including Magicarp and if your lucky Dratini. Stay in one area, or do the tour. Typically I'd try and stock up on Pokeballs in the first area due to the vast amounts of Pokestops, then catch about 100 Pokemon in each area, before going onto the next.

    How to bot:
    My suggestion is to wake up in the morning and set the kill switch for 4 hours (240 minutes), and bot in Area 1 to stock up on Poke balls and Star Dust. Go to work / school, then in the afternoon set the bot to work in one of the other areas for another 4 hours. Always have at least one day off a week where you don't log in the account.

    If you are here for Mr Mime, your best bet is Area 1.


    17th February 2017 - 14th Migration update.

    London:

    Area1 = Not a nest but a general area. Mr Mime & Ditto.

    Area2 = Not a nest but a general area.

    Area3 =
    Jubilee Gardens: ?
    Geraldine Mary Hamsworth Park / Imperial War Museum: Machop

    Area4 =
    Vauxhall Park: ?
    Vauxhall Pleasure Gardens: ?
    Kennington Park: ?

    Area5 =
    Green Park: Magmar
    St. James's Park: Rhyhorn

    Area6 =
    Hyde Park East = Houndour

    Area7 =
    Battersea Park: ?

    Area8 =
    Wandsworth Park: ?

    Area9 =
    Hampton Court Palace: ?
    Hampton Court Park: ?
    Bushy Park: ?

    Area10 =
    Kew Gardens: Magmar

    Area11 = <---- highly recommended
    Holland Park: Swinub nest, with a decent amount of Natu, Wooper, Sentret, and Sentret

    Area12 =
    Kensington Gardens: Scyther
    Hyde Park: Houndour

    Area13 =
    Regents Park: ?

    Area14 =
    Hampstead Heath: ?

    Area15 =
    Waterlow Park: ?

    Area16 =
    Alexandra Park: Omanyte

    Area17 -
    Finsbury Park: ?

    Area18 =
    Haggerston Park: ?

    Area19 =
    London Fields: ?

    Area20 = <---- highly recommended
    Victoria Park: ?
    Mile End Park: ?

    Area21 -
    Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park: ?

    Area22 -
    Dulwich Park: ?

    Area23 -
    Crystal Palace Park: ?

    Other Areas, in this guide:
    Bull Ring, Birmingham, England
    Trafford Shopping Center, Manchester, England
    Cribbs Causeway, Bristol, England
    Cardiff Castle (Growlithe nest), Cardiff, Wales <---- highly recommended
    Cardiff Bay, Cardiff, Wales
    Edinburgh Castle, Edinburgh, Scotland
    Edinburgh Zoo, Edinburgh, Scotland


    Areas currently in testing:
    Dublin Botanical Gardens, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
    53.372
    -6.27463
    500 Meters

    Loch Ness, Scotland (trying to find an area where the Pokemon will say it was caught in Loch ness)
    57.1453
    -4.67808



    1) Areas covered:
    Starting Point: Museum of London
    Also Covering: City of London , St Bartholomew's Hospital, St Paul's Cathedral.

    Latitude: 51.5176
    Longitude: -0.0967848
    Altitude: 14

    Radius: 750 metres (0.750 KM) - Settings, General tab to adjust.

    Bike Speed: 21 km/h (5.8 M/S) - Settings, General tab to adjust.

    Exp/h: 21-26k

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    Excellent for filling your bags up, there are loads of Pokestops about.
    Excellent for Mr.Mime, out of every 100 Pokemon caught 3-4 will be Mr. Mime based on my experience.
    Great place to farm Star Dust due to Pidgey and Rattata everywhere, and Ditto as a result.
    Personally I'd dump all items apart from Pokeballs and Max Potion and Max Revive. Make sure your bags are full of Pokeballs for the journey ahead. Typically the bot "should" head South towards the River Thames.


    Distance between London Museum and the Tower of London = 1.4 miles. Log off for 5 minutes.
    You can use this Stop Watch to time yourself: stop watch - Bing



    2) Areas covered:
    Starting Point: Tower of London

    Latitude: 51.5081
    Longitude: -0.0761023
    Altitude: 14

    Radius: 225 metres (0.225 KM) - Settings, General tab to adjust.

    Bike Speed: 21 km/h (5.8 M/S) - Settings, General tab to adjust.

    Exp/h:

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    Lots of Poke stops in a small area, and is known to have rare Pokemon.



    Distance between Tower of London and Waterloo Station = 2.3 miles. Log off for 5 minutes.
    You can use this Stop Watch to time yourself: stop watch - Bing




    3) Areas covered:
    Starting Point: Waterloo Station.
    Also Covering: London Eye, River Thames, London Dungeon, Jubliee Gardens to the West. With Archbishop's Park and St Thomas' Hospital to the South West. Finally we have Geraldine Mary Hamsworth Park / Imperial War Museum to the South East.

    Latitude: 51.5009
    Longitude: -0.112508
    Altitude: 14

    Radius: 750 metres (0.750 KM) - Settings, General tab to adjust.

    Bike Speed: 21 km/h (5.8 M/S) - Settings, General tab to adjust.

    Exp/h: 18-21k

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    The London Eye (the square thing in the water just below the trainer on the map) in the above picture, often gets a mention as a good place to catch rare Pokemon, Jubilee Gardens next to the London Eye, the green patch of grass below the trainer in the picture is an Omanyte nest. Archbishop's Park to the South West and, Geraldine Mary Hamsworth Park / Imperial War Museum to the South East (Doduo nest), often have nests in them. River Thames is good for Magicarp and "general" Water Pokemon.



    Distance between Waterloo Station and Kennington Oval = 1.6 miles. Log off for 5 minutes.
    You can use this Stop Watch to time yourself: stop watch - Bing




    4) Areas covered:
    Starting Point: Kennington Oval
    Also Covering: Kennington Park, Vauxhall Park, Vauxhall Pleasure Gardens.

    Latitude: 51.4854
    Longitude: -0.115871
    Altitude: 14

    750 metres - Radius (0.750 KM) - Settings, General tab to adjust.

    21 km/h - Bike Speed (5.8 M/S) - Settings, General tab to adjust.

    Exp/h:

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    To the South West you have Vauxhall Park, which is an Omanyte nest. To the South East you have Kennington Park which is a Magmar nest.



    Distance between Kennington Oval and Buckingham Palace = 2.0 miles. Log off for 5 minutes.
    You can use this Stop Watch to time yourself: stop watch - Bing




    5) Areas covered:
    Starting Point: Buckingham Palace
    Also Covering: Queen Victoria Memorial statue, The Green Park, St. James's Park / Palace / Gardens, City of Westminster.

    Latitude: 51.5023
    Longitude:-0.138831
    Altitude: 14

    750 metres - Radius (0.750 KM) - Settings, General tab to adjust.

    21 km/h - Bike Speed (5.8 M/S) - Settings, General tab to adjust.

    Exp/h: 23k-26k

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    St. James's Park to the East, often good for different types of water Pokemon.
    At the end of St James's Park (to the East) is Downing street where Prime Minster Theresa May lives.
    City of Westminster to the South where all the politicians are.
    St James Palace to the North if you wanted to visit Prince's William, and Harry.
    To the North West is the Green Park a Pikachu nest.
    Buckingham Palace to the South East, best not go there incase the Queen's guards shoot you.
    Nice area to be honest, it's hard to escape the center due to the frequent spawns!
    *Note: Poster accepts no responsibility, or liability for any Poke trainers bayoneted up the rear end as a result of skipping across Her Majesty's lawn. If your caught kicking one of her Corgi's your off to the Tower! If this happens return to Area 2, do Not pass Go and do Not collect £200. In the event you do get bayoneted up the rear then were off to the Royal Hospital next anyway...



    Distance between Buckingham Palace and Hyde Park East = 0.5 miles. Log off for 2 minutes.
    You can use this Stop Watch to time yourself: stop watch - Bing




    6) Areas covered:
    Starting Point: Hyde Park East

    Latitude: 51.5057
    Longitude: -0.157596
    Altitude: 14

    400 metres - Radius (0.400 KM) - Settings, General tab to adjust.

    21 km/h - Bike Speed (5.8 M/S) - Settings, General tab to adjust.

    Exp/h:

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    Hyde Park East. Good spawn rates, lots of Pokestops etc.



    Distance between Hyde PArk East and Battersea Park = 1.5 miles. Log off for 4 minutes.
    You can use this Stop Watch to time yourself: stop watch - Bing




    7) Areas covered:
    Starting Point: Battersea Park
    Also Covering: River Thames, Royal Hospital

    Latitude: 51.4818
    Longitude: -0.157789
    Altitude: 14

    750 metres - Radius (0.750 KM) - Settings, General tab to adjust.

    21 km/h - Bike Speed (5.8 M/S) - Settings, General tab to adjust.

    Exp/h: 20.5k

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    A great place to play the game, lots of Pokemon and plenty of variety, currently a Doduo nest. Really good place, love it :). Make sure you do the 5 Poke stops to the south east, and the lake.



    Distance between Battersea Park and Wandsworth Park = 2.8 miles = Log off for 6 minutes.
    You can use this Stop Watch to time yourself: stop watch - Bing




    8) Areas covered:
    Starting Point: Wandsworth Park

    Latitude: 51.4618
    Longitude: -0.204513
    Altitude: 14

    300 metres - Radius (0.300 KM) - Settings, General tab to adjust.

    21 km/h - Bike Speed (5.8 M/S) - Settings, General tab to adjust.

    Exp/h: 20.5k

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    Added 14th January 2017. As of the 11th migration this is a Machop nest, you will walk around the park in a circle as the Pokestops are on the outside. Picking up Magicarp as you go.



    Distance between Wandsworth Park and Bushy Park 7.8 miles = Log off for 16 minutes.
    You can use this Stop Watch to time yourself: stop watch - Bing




    9) Areas covered:
    Starting Point: Hampton Court Palace, Hampton Court Park, Bushy Park

    Latitude: 51.4078
    Longitude: -0.335126
    Altitude: 14

    750 metres - Radius (0.750 KM) - Settings, General tab to adjust.

    21 km/h - Bike Speed (5.8 M/S) - Settings, General tab to adjust.

    Exp/h: 14.5k

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    Bulbasaur Nest with lots of bug type Pokemon. Not that many Pokestops, but a good place for egg hatching.



    Distance between Bushy Park and Kew Royal Botanic Gardens 6.0 miles. Log off for 13 minutes.
    You can use this Stop Watch to time yourself: stop watch - Bing




    10) Areas covered:
    Starting Point: Kew Royal Botanic Gardens

    Latitude: 51.4805
    Longitude: -0.293975
    Altitude: 14

    600 metres - Radius (0.600 KM) - Settings, General tab to adjust.

    21 km/h - Bike Speed (5.8 M/S) - Settings, General tab to adjust.

    Exp/h: 21.5k

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    Nice big area along the River Thames. Currently an Abra nest.



    Distance between Kew Royal Botanic Gardens and Holland Park= 5 Miles. Log off for 11 minutes.
    You can use this Stop Watch to time yourself: stop watch - Bing




    11) Areas covered:
    Starting Point: Holland Park

    Latitude: 51.5029
    Longitude: -0.203923
    Altitude: 14

    225 metres - Radius (0.225 KM) - Settings, General tab to adjust.

    21 km/h (5.8 M/S) - Bike Speed (5.8 M/S) - Settings, General tab to adjust.

    Exp/h: 23k

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    Magnemite nest, helps you get your Steel badge. Excellent for Charmander, Bulbasaur, Squirtle and Pikachu.
    A superb small park. Loads of Poke stops in a small area, and quick spawns.



    Distance between Holland Park and Kensington Gardens = 1.0 miles. Log off for 4 minutes.
    You can use this Stop Watch to time yourself: stop watch - Bing




    12) Areas covered:
    Starting Point: Hyde Park / Kensington Gardens

    Latitude: 51.5069
    Longitude: -0.170395
    Altitude: 14

    750 metres - Radius (0.750 KM) - Settings, General tab to adjust.

    21 km/h - Bike Speed (5.8 M/S) - Settings, General tab to adjust.

    Exp/h: 23k

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    Voltorb / Cubone nest.
    Good for Xmas Hat Pikachus with high IV
    Superb area for lots of different type of Pokemon Jynx, Magicarp, Nidoran etc. Dratini's can pop up here along the river as well.



    Distance between Kensington Gardens and Regent's Park= 2.5 Mile. Log off for 6 minutes.
    You can use this Stop Watch to time yourself: stop watch - Bing




    13) Areas covered:
    Starting Point: The Regent's Park, London Zoo

    Latitude: 51.5306
    Longitude: -0.153894
    Altitude: 14

    750 metres - Radius (0.750 KM) - Settings, General tab to adjust.

    21 km/h - Bike Speed (5.8 M/S) - Settings, General tab to adjust.

    Exp/h: 23k

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    Bellsprout / Exeggute nest.
    Not many Pokestops in the middle, but huge clusters to the north, east and south. You should start walking south, then east, before looping up north.



    Distance between Regents Park and Hampstead Heath = 3 miles. Log off for 7 minutes.
    You can use this Stop Watch to time yourself: stop watch - Bing




    14) Areas covered:
    Starting Point: Hampstead Heath

    Latitude: 51.5662
    Longitude: -0.166447
    Altitude: 14

    750 metres - Radius (0.750 KM) - Settings, General tab to adjust.

    21 km/h - Bike Speed (5.8 M/S) - Settings, General tab to adjust.

    Exp/h:

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    Squirtle nest.
    In the middle to the North, you will see two small ponds (below Kenwood House), make sure you visit them as to the right of the pond, on the right you can sometimes find Dratini.



    Distance between Hampstead Heath and Waterlow Park = 1.3 miles. Log off for 5 minutes.
    You can use this Stop Watch to time yourself: stop watch - Bing




    15) Areas covered:
    Starting Point: Waterlow Park

    Latitude: 51.5671
    Longitude: -0.145639
    Altitude: 14

    350 metres - Radius (0.350 KM) - Settings, General tab to adjust.

    21 km/h - Bike Speed (5.8 M/S) - Settings, General tab to adjust.

    Exp/h:

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    There is no specific nest here, but you will catch a lot of Clefairy, Nidoran, Paras, and Horsea.



    Distance between Waterlow Park and Alexandra Park = 2.5 miles. Log off for 6 minutes.
    You can use this Stop Watch to time yourself: stop watch - Bing




    16) Areas covered:
    Starting Point: Alexandra Park / Palace

    Latitude: 51.5963
    Longitude: -0.130119
    Altitude: 14

    750 metres - Radius (0.750 KM) - Settings, General tab to adjust.

    21 km/h - Bike Speed (5.8 M/S) - Settings, General tab to adjust.

    Exp/h:

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    Diglett Nest.
    Also common to find Nidoran's.



    Distance between Alexandra Park and Finsbury Park = 2.5 miles. Log off for 6 minutes.
    You can use this Stop Watch to time yourself: stop watch - Bing




    17) Areas covered:
    Starting Point: Finsbury Park

    Latitude: 51.5708
    Longitude: -0.100583
    Altitude: 14

    500 metres - Radius (0.500 KM) - Settings, General tab to adjust.

    21 km/h - Bike Speed (5.8 M/S) - Settings, General tab to adjust.

    Exp/h:

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    Added on 14th January 2017, during the 11 migration. It's currently a Seel nest.



    Distance between Finsbury Park and Haggerston Park = 3.2 miles. Log off for 7 minutes.
    You can use this Stop Watch to time yourself: stop watch - Bing




    18) Areas covered:
    Starting Point: Haggerston Park

    Latitude: 51.5332
    Longitude: -0.0677419
    Altitude: 14

    225 metres - Radius (0.225 KM) - Settings, General tab to adjust.

    21 km/h - Bike Speed (5.8 M/S) - Settings, General tab to adjust.

    Exp/h:

    [​IMG]
    Added on 14th January 2017, during the 11 migration. You will get a mix of Pokemon here, including a few Mankey.



    Distance between Haggerston Park and London Fields = 0.8 miles. Log off for 2 minutes.
    You can use this Stop Watch to time yourself: stop watch - Bing




    19) Areas covered:
    Starting Point: London Fields

    Latitude: 51.5405
    Longitude: -0.0604248
    Altitude: 14

    350 metres - Radius (0.350 KM) - Settings, General tab to adjust.

    21 km/h - Bike Speed (5.8 M/S) - Settings, General tab to adjust.

    Exp/h:

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    Added on 14th January 2017, during the 11 migration. You will get a mix of Pokemon here, including a few Bellsprout.



    Distance between London Fields and Victoria Park = 1.5 miles. Log off for 3 minutes.
    You can use this Stop Watch to time yourself: stop watch - Bing




    20) Areas covered:
    Starting Point: Victoria Park / Mile End Park

    Latitude: 51.5317
    Longitude: -0.0418183
    Altitude: 14

    450 metres - Radius (0.450 KM) - Settings, General tab to adjust.

    21 km/h - Bike Speed (5.8 M/S) - Settings, General tab to adjust.

    Exp/h:

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    Added on 14th January 2017, during the 11 migration. Excellent area, with lots of Pokemon across a massive space. Victoria Park is a great area for water Pokemon including Horsea, while Staryu can be caught in Mile End Park.



    Distance between Victoria Park and Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park = 1.9 miles. Log off for 4 minutes.
    You can use this Stop Watch to time yourself: stop watch - Bing




    21) Areas covered:
    Starting Point: Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park

    Latitude: 51.5408
    Longitude: -0.0145054
    Altitude: 14

    225 metres - Radius (0.225 KM) - Settings, General tab to adjust.

    21 km/h - Bike Speed (5.8 M/S) - Settings, General tab to adjust.

    Exp/h:

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    Added on 14th January 2017, during the 11 migration. It's currently a Scyther nest.



    Distance between Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park and Dulwich Park = 7 miles. Log off for 14 minutes.
    You can use this Stop Watch to time yourself: stop watch - Bing




    22) Areas covered:
    Starting Point: Dulwich Park
    Also Covering:

    Latitude: 51.4459
    Longitude: -0.0804046
    Altitude: 14

    400 metres - Radius (0.400 KM) - Settings, General tab to adjust.

    21 km/h - Bike Speed (5.8 M/S) - Settings, General tab to adjust.

    Exp/h:
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    Exeggutes nest.



    Distance between Dulwich Park and Crystal Palace = 1.7 miles. Log off for 4 minutes.
    You can use this Stop Watch to time yourself: stop watch - Bing




    23) Areas covered:
    Starting Point: Crystal Palace Park
    Also Covering:

    Latitude: 51.4215
    Longitude: -0.0701934
    Altitude: 14

    600 metres - Radius (0.600 KM) - Settings, General tab to adjust.

    21 km/h - Bike Speed (5.8 M/S) - Settings, General tab to adjust.

    Exp/h:
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    Areas covered:
    Starting Point: The Bull Ring Shopping Center, Birmingham

    Latitude: 52.477
    Longitude: -1.89371
    Altitude: 14

    750 metres - Radius (0.750 KM) - Settings, General tab to adjust.

    21 km/h - Bike Speed (5.8 M/S) - Settings, General tab to adjust.

    Exp/h:

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    Firstly, this is not London. This is England's second largest city. Still it's a great area, with stops and you can get Mr.Mime here.



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    Areas covered:
    Starting Point: Trafford Shopping Center, Manchester

    Latitude: 53.4656
    Longitude: -2.34802
    Altitude:

    225 metres - Radius (0.225 KM) - Settings, General tab to adjust.

    21 km/h - Bike Speed (5.8 M/S) - Settings, General tab to adjust.

    Exp/h:

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    Trafford shopping Center, lots of Poke stops in a small area.


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    Areas covered:
    Starting Point: Cribbs Causeway, Bristol

    Latitude: 51.5253
    Longitude: -2.59537
    Altitude:

    225 metres - Radius (0.225 KM) - Settings, General tab to adjust.

    21 km/h - Bike Speed (5.8 M/S) - Settings, General tab to adjust.

    Exp/h:

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    WALES


    1) Areas covered:
    Starting Point: Cardiff Castle
    Also Covering: Cardiff City, Bute Park, Millennium Stadium, Cardiff Arms Park, Cardiff University,

    Latitude: 51.4818
    Longitude: -3.18391
    Altitude:

    750 metres - Radius (0.750 KM) - Settings, General tab to adjust.

    21 km/h - Bike Speed (5.8 M/S) - Settings, General tab to adjust.

    Exp/h: 22k

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    In Pokemon Go terms Cardiff is very similar to The city of London (London Area 1). As you head to the right hand side of the first photo, you will encounter huge amounts of Rattata, Pidgey and Spearow, ideal for farming Star Dust and Ditto candy, as well as Mr Mimes. Bute Park to the west is an excellent area to catch Pokemon, it is currently a Bellsprout nest. Dratini is also far more common in Cardiff than London in my experience, a few often spawn in the grass to the left of the Castle, near your log in location (see bottom left of second picture). Finally there also seems to be a tendency to have high IV Pokemon around Cardiff.



    Distance between Cardiff Castle and Cardiff Bay = 1.5 miles. Log off for 5 minutes.
    You can use this Stop Watch to time yourself: stop watch - Bing




    2) Areas covered:
    Starting Point: Cardiff Bay

    Latitude: 51.4632
    Longitude: -3.16512
    Altitude:

    225 metres - Radius (0.225 KM) - Settings, General tab to adjust.

    21 km/h - Bike Speed (5.8 M/S) - Settings, General tab to adjust.

    Exp/h:

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    Cardiff Bay is a little gem, Magicarp are common here most of the time, Dratini can also be caught along here.



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    SCOTLAND



    Starting Point: Edinburgh Castle
    Also Covering: West Princes Street Gardens

    Latitude: 55.9496
    Longitude: -3.20003
    Altitude:

    300 metres - Radius (0.300 KM) - Settings, General tab to adjust.

    21 km/h - Bike Speed (5.8 M/S) - Settings, General tab to adjust.

    Exp/h:

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    Excellent area with tons of Pokestops.


    Distance between Edinburgh Castle and the Edinburgh Zoo = 3.5 miles. Log off for 7 minutes.
    You can use this Stop Watch to time yourself: stop watch - Bing



    Starting Point: Edinburgh Zoo

    Latitude: 55.9441
    Longitude: -3.26959
    Altitude:

    225 metres - Radius (0.225 KM) - Settings, General tab to adjust.

    21 km/h - Bike Speed (5.8 M/S) - Settings, General tab to adjust.

    Exp/h:

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    Last edited: Feb 17, 2017
  2. JoelGilmor

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    I need to get a nice cheap responsive VPN service compatible with PF and "travel" to London. Any suggestions?
     
  3. Mew2

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    Not really sorry Joel, I'm already near it :(. There great thing about the UK, is England takes only a couple of hours to drive across! My country only has one motorway (highway), and it's only 191 miles, yet it covers almost the whole length of England and Wales across the island! :rolleyes: Even then it's not exactly straight either...

    Any UK Vpn should do though, the distances are hardly that big. London to Moscow is basically the extreme east to west of Europe, yet it's still 1000 miles shorter than Los Angeles to New York.
     
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    I made some more adjustments to this today.
     
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    These are all good info. Thanks Mew2 They all look like pretty high density area for farming.

    *Note: Poster accepts no responsibility or liability for any Poke trainers bayoneted up the rear end as a result of skipping across Her Majesty's lawn. If your caught kicking one of her Corgi's your off to the Tower! In the event you do get bayoneted up the rear then were off to the Royal Hospital next anyway... - I like this warning or disclaimer, lol, I hope that they don't bayonet my bot or I will have to purchase a new key.
     
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    Thanks Square, most are pretty good ones. I'll be adding more in as I go.
     
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    Tower of London added.
     
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    Cardiff Added.
     
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    Thanks for this awesome UK Guide :)
    I just moved my bot from the US to the UK (2 days not using it), so it comes in handy ;)
     
  10. 13XxM1CHA3lxX37

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    Awesome guide!

    Big thank you for this guide.
    I moved (with the bot and Locationfaker on my iPhone) from my hometown (in Germany) to London because of this guide.
    By using Location 1 (with 1km radius) I get 10k-20k EXP/H with walking speed when I turn off random stops. Will give the other locations a try when I reach level30 (will be able to catch Pokémon with better IV I think)
     
  11. Mew2

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    Your both welcome, I'm glad people are finding it useful :)
    Try Area 9 Holland Park, it's awesome :)
     
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    8) Kew Royal Botanic Gardens made much more efficient.
    Also Bushy Gardens done.
     
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    Edinburgh Zoo / Castle added.
     
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    Woooww great work buddy! Thanks for sharing all of these.

    I have recommendation who wants to farm in Uk or any places.

    For instance: I'm living on Turkey and wants to farm on UK, closing program for at least 8-9 hours or don't open PGO on phone. Than i'll set on map for UK that i wanna farm place and don't use any proxy for it. And sometimes it's asking me to solve captchas but not too much. So it doesnt matter where you're just don't open your acc on phone with gps and that's it!

    On the other hand, i usually farming on Istanbul or Tokyo. When i need dratini, i'm farming on Tokyo and after closing pokefarmer using GoGps and Touch vpn to catch dratinies that shown on map via kuku.lu (P-GO SEARCH)

    so don't worry to farm any places. just calculate your fly time like using plane one country to another. And wait at least 7-8 hours to start PF on another country. And stay there at least 2 days.

    sorry for english if i wrote my suggestions really bad or less. ^^
     
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    Updated to the 12 Migration.
     
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    thx so much

    thx for help.

    thank you very much
    Could you just tell me: British radar or map pokemon okay?
    i'm in VietNam. i wana play in London or any city of England.
    pls help
     
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    I'm sorry I don't use maps or radars, I did check Pokereporter but it doesn't seem to work :(
     
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    Wandsworth Park has been added (Area 7), as it's a Machop nest.
    Also added Finsbury, and Olympic Park.
    Bushy Gardens, and Kew Gardens improved.
     
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    Haggerston, London Fields, and Victoria Park added.
     
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    Improvement to Birmingham

    Not sure how family you are with Birmingham but I'll try and describe it as best I can without a screen shot. You definitely want gas street (Brindley Place) and St Paul's Church within your radius, as well as the children's hospital.

    Magikarp farming galore at Brindley Place (canal side bars/restaurants) as well as a squirtle nest. Chanseys are a regular occurrence at the children's hospital and St Paul's tends to have a lot of fire pokemon (charmander and growlithe) I understand why the bullring has been chosen, as the footfall is pretty high, but these spots tend to produce better pokemon, so have a higher density of actual players. I use a 600m radius to catch most of them, but it shouldn't matter too much as long as Birmingham Cathedral is included in the radius, as that's possibly the main spawn in Birmingham.

    Looks great otherwise!

    (Side note, any good UK spots for dratini? Always seem to struggle)
     

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