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Art & Culture
Located in Bloomsbury area, British Museum is the first national museum in the world. Its artifacts and art collection from all over the world is dedicated to human history, culture and art.
Churchill War Rooms1.9 MILES AWAY
Tour this secret WW2 bunker and museum highlighting Sir Winston Churchill's life and legacy. The Churchill commemorative package includes two tickets to the museum, Blenheim Palace, and other surprises.
Royal Albert Hall2.3 MILES AWAY
A concert hall and one of UK's most recognisable and treasured buildings. Plan your visit ahead and check current calendar to book one of their spectacular shows.
Imperial War Museum3.2 MILES AWAY
Learn about World War I to the modern-day wars at this London museum, which features protective gear, artwork, and other priceless pieces.
London Transport Museum2.0 MILES AWAY
Dive into the more than 200-year-old history of the London transport system through engaging exhibits.
The National Gallery1.6 MILES AWAY
Located in Trafalgar Square in Central London, The National Gallery provides its visitors a collection of over 2,300 paintings.
Natural History Museum2 MILES AWAY
Natural History Museum is a must-see when visiting London alongside two others located nearby being the Science Museum and the Victoria and Albert Museum.
Food & Drink
The Ivy0.4 MILES AWAY
The Ivy Café, located in Marylebone offers relaxing yet stylish dining from Modern European menu.
Flat Iron1.1 MILES AWAY
Decorated with butchers' aprons, Flat Iron serves only one dish: steak, a mouth-watering one.
Delamina0.3 MILES AWAY
Middle East vibrant taste in a bright, casual, bi-level space.
Remo Ristorante & Pizzeria0.8 MILES AWAY
This Italian restaurant serves the finest Italian products and is run by the same family for over 90 years.
Changing the Guard at Buckingham Palace1.8 MILES AWAY
View this iconic national ceremony where you can see guards march and hear the band play. The official start time for the Changing of the Guard at Buckingham Palace is 11:00.
London Eye2.3 MILES AWAY
Located on the South Bank of the River Thames this well-known (and Europe's tallest) Ferris wheel invites you to take a spin and admire London view.
Diana, Princess of Wales' Memorial Playground1.6 MILES AWAY
Take the kids to explore the huge wooden pirate ship at this memorial playground paying tribute to the Diana, Princess of Wales. This creative area, located next to Kensington Palace, was inspired by Peter Pan stories.
Madame Tussauds1 MILES AWAY
One of London's major tourist attractions, Madame Tussauds offers a possibility to meet and take a selfie with famous celebrities and historic characters.
Winter Wonderland0.4 MILES AWAY
London's fun Christmas destination will open its doors on the 21st November and will entertain its visitors until 5th January 2020. Plan your visits ahead to make the most of this fun time.
All England Lawn Tennis & Croquet Club7.2 MILES AWAY
Home to Wimbledon, this private club offers tours featuring the iconic tennis championship.
Lord's – The Home of Cricket1.5 MILES AWAY
Enjoy afternoon tea in the iconic Pavilion of Lord’s after watching a lively cricket match.
Wembley Stadium7.3 MILES AWAY
Opened in 2007, this football stadium hosts major football matches, both national and international ones as well as rugby league's Challenge Cup final. Apart from football, Wembley Stadium is also well-known for holding many different events from major music concerts to private wedding ceremonies and conferences.
Chelsea Football Club4.4 MILES AWAY
Home ground for Chelsea Football Club, Stamford Bridge Stadium also hosts numerous other sports like rugby union, cricket, baseball, greyhound racing, speedway or American football.
Selfridges0.2 MILES AWAY
One of London's iconic landmarks, providing luxury shopping experience. You can browse from beauty, jewellery, fashion to technology and home. Selfridges is also known for their events and bespoke in-store installations.
Bond Street0.4 MILES AWAY
Experience high-end shopping and bespoke tailoring on Bond Street, home to shops including Ralph Lauren, Smythson™, Fenwick of Bond Street, Bottega Veneta®, Alexander McQueen, and more.
Carnaby Street1.3 MILES AWAY
Made up of 13 streets between Oxford Street and Regent Street, this outdoor shopping destination features 150 brands as well as 50 restaurants and bars.
Harrods1.4 MILES AWAY
This world's most famous department store, located in Knightsbridge, is in fact the largest in Europe. Harrods offers 330 departments with extensive variety of products or services customers can look for.
Covent Garden1.8 MILES AWAY
This famously Instagrammable outdoor shopping destination, featuring stores like 3INA, AllSaints, Aesop, and Barbour, is a must-see when staying in Central London.
Westfield Shopping Centre3 MILES AWAY
This massive shopping centre in White City offers shops to suit anyone's needs. From well-known retailers to a high-end brands located in an area called The Village and entertainment and dining options in case you get tired.
Parks & Recreation
Green Park1.2 MILES AWAY
Commissioned in 1668 by Charles II as a hunting ground, this park now offers a picturesque tree-lined walking path with benches for a relaxing lunch.
Hyde Park0.4 MILES AWAY
Covering more than 350 acres of land, Hyde Park features outdoor activities such as swimming, boating, cycling, tennis, and horseback riding. It is also one of the capital's eight Royal Parks.
Regent's Park and Primrose Hill1 MILES AWAY
The Regent's Park offers a large open spaces, four children's playgrounds and sport facilities such as tennis courts or outdoor sport areas. In the spring and summer visitors can admire colourful flowerbeds in the Avenue Gardens, hire a bike or a rowing boat or visit London Zoo. For a breath-taking London skyline views head to Primrose Hill.
St. James's Park1.8 MILES AWAY
Surrounded by Buckingham Palace, Whitehall or The Mall and Horse Guards Parade, St. James's Park is a great spot to watch pelicans at feeding time or enjoy a sunny afternoon in a deckchair.