Soho

Soho is famous for being central London’s entertainment district and often dubbed as the Theatreland because of the abundance of world class musicals and plays in the area.  It is home to various museums such as the National Portrait Gallery and the location for Movies premieres at the famous Leicester Square.  It is also the ideal place to grab a pint at Soho’s many pubs or a nice meal with a variety of restaurants serving cuisine from all over the world. Soho is also home to the famous intersection, Piccadilly Circus, the junction between central London most important artery of Piccadilly, Regent’s street and Shaftesbury Avenue. 

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Covent Garden

Covent Garden, part of London’s West End with neighbouring Soho is an exciting place to visit in the heart of the city.  It offers plenty of entertainment with various theatres, free street performers, cafes and world known operas. At its heart lies the Covent Garden Piazza, a lovely market place built in the 17 century as London’s first planned square by Indigo Jones.  It is also home to the Royal Opera House to the East, the Somerset House and Art Gallery to the South and the bustling Seven Dials area to the West. Covent Garden is also known as great shopping location with many pedestrian streets, hidden allies and indoor centres, perfect to find your ideal crafted gift or designer piece of clothing. 

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Westminster

Westminster is famous for having one of the highest concentrations of London’s historic and prestigious landmarks including the world famous Big Ben, the House of Parliament, the Westminster Abbey being the place of coronation of British monarchs and Downing Street, home of the British Prime Minister.  Westminster is the centre of the British politics with the siege of the government and other important political buildings such as the treasury and the Scottish Office. 

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St-James

The St James area is mostly famous for being home to the Buckingham Palace, the residence of the British monarch.  It has some beautiful royal parks surrounding the palace including St-James and Green Park, which are often at the centre of various events especially during the summer days. 

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South Bank

South Bank is the increasingly popular area south of the river Thames.  It is the ideal place for long walks with amazing views, starting from the London Eye, one of the most iconic sites of central London and moving east to the Tower Bridge another landmark of the capital.  In between are all sorts of attractions to be discovered including the London Aquarium, the Tate Modern and the Shakespeare’s Globe.
The South Bank area covers the South London Boroughs of Lambeth as well as Southwark.  This vast central region is bordered by the Thames River to the North and West side, Tower Bridge and Bridge Road to the East and Elephant and Castle as well as Bermondsey to the South.

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The top 10 attractions in the South Bank include:

  1. London Eye
  2. Tate Modern
  3. Tower  Bridge
  4. London Dungeon
  5. London Aquarium
  6. Shakespeare’s Globe
  7. HMS Belfast
  8. Imperial War Museum
  9. Royal National Theatre
  10. Clink Prison Museum

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City of London

The City is London’s main financial district and remains until this day a driving force in the British economy.  It is considered the historic core of London as it was built on the site of the original Roman settlement.  It is also referred as the Square Mile as its area is just over one square mile.  It is mainly a business district as few residents have lived there since the 19th century.  It’s most famous attraction is the Tower of London one of the most remarkable historic sites in the capital as well as the St Paul Cathedral one of the most iconic landmarks of the city.  More recent building such as the Swiss Re Tower often referred to as the Gherkin are becoming the new symbol of this finance capital.

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The top 10 attractions in the City include:

  1. Tower of London
  2. Tower Bridge
  3. St Paul Cathedrals
  4. Museum of London
  5. Bank of England Museum
  6. Guildhall
  7. St-Katharine’s Dock
  8. All Hallows by the Tower
  9. St Dunstan’s Hill
  10. Re Tower

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Holborn

Holborn is a Central London area famous for its law inns.  It is situated between Covent Garden on the west and the City in the East and is named after Holborn street one of the area’s principal east-west artery, running from St Giles’s High Street to Gray’s Inn Road to Holborn Viaduct. Holborn was once famous for its journalistic profession as the first press to be setup in London was on Fleet Street, but is now mostly famous for legal professions.

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The top 10 attractions in Holborn  include:

  1. Lincoln’s Inn
  2. Lincoln’s Inn Fields
  3. Sir John Soane’s Museum
  4. London Silver Vaults
  5. Staple Inn
  6. High Holborn and Holborn Circus
  7. St Etheldreda’s Chapel
  8. Holborn Viaduct
  9. Fleet Street
  10. Temple bar memorial

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Bloomsbury

The Bloomsbury area in central London is perhaps mostly famous for being home to one of the world’s most popular and biggest museum, the British Museum.  Indeed it has more than 5 million visitors a year and no less than 6 millions artefacts to be discovered.   Bloomsbury  is also home to various garden squares such as the Russell square surrounded with plenty of 17th and 18th century buildings.  The area is often the starting point to many visitors from continental Europe, with the Eurostar and the international St-Pancras station on the north east corner.

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The top 10 attractions in Bloomsbury include:

  1. British Museum
  2. British Library
  3. Russell Square
  4. University College London
  5. St-Pancras station
  6. Charles Dickens Museum
  7. St-Pancras Parish Church
  8. Tavistock Square
  9. Tottenham Court Road
  10. Pied a Terre Restaurant

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Kensington

South Kensington is perhaps best known to be the western part of central home to some of the world’s best museums.  Indeed its Exhibition road is the location of the National History Museum, Science Museum and Victoria and Albert Museum.  South Kensington is also the place for long walks bordered by Hyde Park.
Hyde Park is one of the largest and most famous parks in central London part of the Royal Parks. It is divided in two by the Serpentine and the western extension of the Kensington Gardens is often considered part of the park, although technically separate since 1728.

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The top 10 attractions in South Kensington include:

  1. National History Museum
  2. Science Museum
  3. Victoria and Albert Museum
  4. Hyde Park
  5. Kensington Garden
  6. Royal College of Music
  7. Kensington Palace
  8. Brompton Oratory
  9. Marble Arch
  10. Royal Albert Hall

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