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Exploring London City Centre

From its museums, stately monuments, and parks to its riverside sights and vibrant nightlife, London is a city that caters to all visitors. The oldest part of the city, today London’s city district is dominated by towering skyscrapers and spherical glass buildings including the iconic Gherkin. Also known as the ‘Square Mile’, this historic core houses St Paul’s Cathedral, the Tower of London and the infamous Crown Jewels. While visiting, be sure to stop by the Museum of London which documents London’s history to the present day.


Accommodations near London City Centre

There is a range of options for all travelers. The most popular hotel in London is the 45 Park Lane - Dorchester Collection, which has been booked 5 times from our Hotels.com verified guests. Our guests also highly recommended Soho Stables in London as it has been reserved 5 times.


Sightseeing near London City Centre

- Wembley Stadium


This huge football stadium hosts major football games such as the FA Cup Final and home matches of the England national football team. If you are a football fan, make sure to visit and feel the strong energy of the football fans supporting their favorite teams.


- Bayswater


The neighborhood of Bayswater is culturally diverse and its inhabitants include London's Arabic, American and Greek communities. Visitors will delight at the sheer diversity of this area, where they will have the chance to get to know London's immigrant communities. Head to Edgware Road, London's Arab high street, and get immersed with the scents of Okacbasi barbecues and the sounds of Middle Eastern and North African music.


Transportation near London City Centre

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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