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Exploring O2 Arena

This huge indoor arena is located in the centre of The O2, which is a large entertainment complex on the Greenwich Peninsula in London. It has the second-highest seating capacity of any indoor venue in the UK, behind the Manchester Arena and is the busiest music arena in the world!


Accommodations near O2 Arena

There is a range of options for all travelers. The most popular hotel in &City is the &TravellersChoice1, which has been booked &TravellersChoiceBooked1 times from our Hotels.com verified guests. Our guests also highly recommended &TravellersChoice2 in &City as it has been reserved &TravellersChoiceBooked2 times.


Sightseeing near O2 Arena

- London Bridge


The historic London Bridge has a long history; it was the only bridge over London's river until Putney Bridge opened in 1729. The area surrounding London Bridge offers a wealth of important landmarks and attractions. The London Bridge skyline is dominated by The Shard, the tallest building in Western Europe. Visitors should also take some time to visit Borough Market, across the road from London Bridge Station, which is UK’s oldest food market. It is open Thursday to Saturday and has many stalls selling a variety of homemade cakes, delicious and fresh cheese, fish, vegetables and breads.


- Oxford Street


The busiest shopping street in Europe, Oxford Street is Central London’s shopping mecca. A jostling street lined with huge high street names such as the Topshop flagship store and glistening department stores from John Lewis to Debenhams; if you can’t find what you’re looking for here, it is unlikely to exist.


Transportation near O2 Arena

The city is well served by 2 main airports - London Gatwick and London Heathrow. Between them, they serve dozens of international destinations to pretty much anywhere across the globe. Once in London itself, the extensive Underground or Tube is surely the best way to get around, as there are stops in all the major areas. The public buses are efficient too, especially if you're heading to south London where the Tube network isn't as well developed.


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