London Best Areas

Most of London’s top attractions, are located in Central London, by far the most visited and interesting part of the capital.   Although actual definition of Central London may vary, it is usually delimited by Regent Park to the north, the City and Tower Bridge to the East, Southwark to the South and Hyde Park to the West. Each one of Central London’s neighbourhoods offers something special and exciting for the visitors.  The London West End, including Soho and Covent Garden is home to some world class shows, great galleries and prestigious Movies premieres.  Westminster is home to the Big Ben, the house of Parliament and the Westminster Abbey, and where Britain’s most grandiose ceremonies take place.  As for Saint-James and the royal parks it is the official home of the Queen and other member of the Royal Family.  South of the river is the South Bank where are located some of the greatest London attractions from the iconic London Eye to the wonderful Tower Bridge.  To the east lies the City, where it all began some thousands years ago, and is today home to Britain’s most important financial centre.  Finally the West side of central London is home to the beautiful Hyde Park as well as some of the top museums the capital has to offer including the Natural History and Science Museum.
The most visited Central London areas include:

  1. Soho, London’s entertainment district and Theatreland
  2. Covent Garden, home to the Central Market
  3. Westminster, home to the Big Ben and government
  4. St-James, home to the Queen and Buckingham Palace
  5. South Bank, home to the London Eye and Tate Morden
  6. Bloomsbury,  home of the British Museum
  7. Marylebone, home to the Regent’s Park and Madame Tussauds
  8. City, London’s financial district
  9. Holborn, home to the inns of court
  10. South Kensington, home to London’s finest museums