Colonial buildings, members of royalty and iconic Ferris wheels can all be found in only one place, and that’s the city of London. Hotels and other accommodation options here are as varied as the cultural background, providing all visitors with their ideal choice of lodging.
Visitors of London are sure to lose themselves in the vibrant and multicultural city, with grand buildings that house royalty, picnic-friendly parks and multiple museums, many of which are free to enter.
If old landmarks are your thing, then the Buckingham Palace is an absolute must-see. Tours are open only during summer, and inside you can find priceless works of art found nowhere else in the country or the world. Other landmarks worth exploring include the London Eye, Piccadilly Circus and Trafalgar Square. It’s time to bring those monopoly names to life!
Lovers of natural history will want to visit a museum like well, the Natural History Museum. Here visitors can find over 70 million specimens from the life sciences. Popular exhibits are the Darwin Centre and the studio dedicated to David Attenborough, a voice that any documentary fan will recognize in an instant.
London accommodation is more than plentiful, and is available in luxurious hotels, budget hotels, mid-range boutiques and spacious serviced-apartments. Accessibility is pretty decent within the city, and travelers can navigate easily via the tube (metro system) or by bus. If you really want to splurge, then hotels like Aubergine and Gordon Ramsay will be great choices that promise both comfort and excellent dining.
The city of London itself will serve as a great spot to start exploring the city. You can find some of the older buildings here, including the Mansion House and the Old Bailey, the most famous criminal court quite possibly in the world. History and culture enthusiasts staying in this borough will also have easy access to the Tower of London.
Wimbledon in south London is the place for tennis enthusiasts and history buffs alike. Aside from being home to the oldest tennis tournament in the world, visitors can also view plays and musicals at the New Wimbledon Theatre. There are also horse riding lessons and experiences available at the Wimbledon Village Stables. The attractions are easily accessible by public transport.
London is serviced by 6 airports, with London Heathrow being the largest. Getting around London is easiest by tube and bus. Those driving into London can use the M25 orbital motorway, a central route between Scotland, Wales and England.
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