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London Attractions

The Big Smoke is no stranger to art culture or world -class shopping so it makes sense that London is one of the world’s top travel destinations. The capital of England earns its reputation by offering top -notch theater productions

food from around the globe and some of the finest museums on the planet. Of course afternoon tea should also be on any London itinerary. Whether you head to town to watch the changing of the iconic guards at Buckingham Palace or get bird’s eye view of the city via the London Eye sightseeing in London is sure to deliver memories to last a lifetime.

Areas & Neighborhoods in London

Things to do in London England vary from the refined to the bohemian. You can grab a nightcap after an evening at the opera just as easily as you can shop the stalls of artsy street markets. Whether your trip to London will be fancy or carefree you can find a borough or neighborhood here that makes you feel at home.

Kensington — This is one of the trendiest boroughs in the city officially dubbed the “royal” borough. It’s no surprise then that the streets are lined by expensive homes and well-manicured trees. Kensington High Street offers fine shopping and dining and visitors are welcome to tour Kensington Palace.

Covent Garden — This West End district is best known for its energetic public square where you will often find street performers. The daily open market is perhaps the best of its kind in the city. Things to do in London’s Covent Garden also include more formal affairs however. You can take in a show at the Lyseum Theatre or get dinner at London’s oldest restaurant Rules.

Notting Hill — Notting Hill is more than the setting of a famous romantic comedy. This charming part of London has cobblestone streets pubs begging for you to enjoy a leisurely lunch and plenty of antiques vendors.

Leicester Square — Leicester Square is often considered to be the entertainment hub of the city. And with cinemas theaters and casinos galore—visitors can certainly keep busy any time of day.

Things to See in London

Landmarks and other things to see in London are dripping in stories from bygone times so if you aced AP history you’re bound to fit in immediately. Before you take to London by foot or get adventurous grab your camera and head to one of the many historical sites. Westminster Abbey the Tower of London and Big Ben are just a sampling of the places you will be happy you explored in person. Of course you can find a theater production of nearly any sort in the city every day of the week. Catch a matinee musical in Leicester Square or grab dinner and a show in Trafalgar Square.

Things to Do & Attractions in London

In addition to the many sights and attractions in England’s capital there are also opportunities to get active. Go for a jog in Hyde Park grab your nicest swim suit and take a dip in a lido pool or rent a pedal boat in Battersea Park. London tours also help you burn some calories while you take in the city; whether you embark on a walking tour or kayak excursion you can spot important sites while you work off those fish and chips. If you’re ready to see what the rest of England has to offer day trips from London provide a wonderful opportunity to see countryside as well as major U.K. universities.


Where to stay in London

London City Centre

Iconic landmarks, a world-famous theater district, lively nightlife zones and superb shopping and art museums await in the heart of England’s capital city.


Kings Cross St. Pancras

See cultural exhibits, relax in the Champagne bar and visit Platform 9 and 3/4 in this international hub that connects London to mainland Europe.



Relax in the stunning park with a view of the palace, explore the upscale high street and visit the galleries and museums of this affluent neighborhood.



Explore the lovely canals and intriguing architecture of this historic neighborhood made famous by a fictional bear from Peru.



Find some of London’s best shopping, famous auction houses and five-star hotels in this London neighborhood surrounded by pretty parks.


Canary Wharf

Wander around London’s financial district in the scenic docklands with the tallest skyscrapers in the city. They are home to some of the world’s biggest companies.


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