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Where to Stay in London

Best Areas to Stay in London A few things to keep in mind: There are thousands of hotels in London. There is something for every taste and every budget (almost). Accommodation options are endless. However, [more…]

British Museum

British Museum is located in Great Russell Street in Bloomsbury in Central London. It occupies a large block of cultural and educational buildings and parks (or green squares) between Gower Street and Southampton Row. Adjacent [more…]

Buckingham Palace

Buckingham Palace

There’s no need to introduce Buckingham Palace, the official seat of the British Queen. Buckingham Palace Gates This is the central front gate, leading from the Buckingham Palace to Victoria Memorial, The Mall and Trafalgar [more…]

Speakers' Corner in Hyde Park

Speakers' Corner in Hyde Park

In general, a speakers’ corner is a place in public, where free public speaking and discussions are allowed. A speakers’ corner is not a feature specific only to London – you can find speakers’ corners [more…]

Royal Albert Hall

Royal Albert Hall

The Royal Albert Hall, opened by Queen Victoria in 1871, is the best known concert hall in London. It is located in Kensington Road in South Kensington, across the street from Kensington Gardens. The picture [more…]

Albert Memorial

Albert Memorial

The Albert Memorial is located in London’s Kensington Gardens close to their Kensington Road border and directly facing the Royal Albert Hall. The picture below is the Albert Memorial as seen from inside Kensington Gardens, [more…]

Trafalgar Square

Trafalgar Square

Every city, even a mega city like London, has its “main” square – the square where the most important things happen (like celebrations, demonstrations or revolutions). In London, the “main” square is Trafalgar Square. It [more…]

Big Ben

Big Ben

Big Ben is in fact just the bell, but most people recall the whole clock tower when you say Big Ben. This tower, which is a part of the Palace of Westminster, is one of [more…]

Trafalgar Square Tube Stations

The Nearest: Charing Cross The tube station that is closest to Trafalgar Square is Charing Cross (Bakerloo and Northern lines). One exit from this station is located directly at the bottom left (when looking down [more…]

Borough Market

Borough Market is a food market in Southwark in Central London. It has very long history – it probably has existed since a thousand years ago. Today’s Borough Market is located next to the junction [more…]

How to Get from King's Cross to Trafalgar Square

With two big railway stations (King’s Cross and St’ Pancras International) King’s Cross is one of the most important transportation hubs in London for both domestic and international travel. Trafalgar Square of course is one [more…]

How to Get from Victoria Station to Trafalgar Square

Victoria station is the most important coach (bus) hub in London. Most international and long distance UK coaches arrive here, as do many airport shuttle buses and trains (Gatwick Express). Trafalgar Square as a popular [more…]

Piccadilly Circus Tube Station

Piccadilly Circus Tube Station

Piccadilly Circus is one of the best tube stations for access to London West End. It is located directly at Piccadilly Circus (a busy square). Piccadilly Circus Tube Lines There are two underground lines serving [more…]

London Aquarium

Sea Life London Aquarium is the largest aquarium in London and gets about one million of visitors each year. It was opened in 1997 and redesigned in 2008-2009. It shows various species of fish, penguins, [more…]

Hotels near Westfield Shopping Centre, Stratford

There are three hotels directly in the Westfield Shopping Centre building (or rather a block of buildings, because the shopping centre is so big that it can hardly be considered a single building). Several other [more…]