The English capital has so much to offer. From a plethora of museums, art galleries, theatres and famous shopping haunts, it is home to a hustle and bustle like no other. The fevered multiculturalism of London has created several distinct districts, each containing unique sights and experiences.
Many of London’s key sights and landmarks can be found along the River Thames: Big Ben and the Houses of Parliament are in the heart of Westminster, the Coca-Cola London Eye, sits on the South Bank. The iconic St Paul’s Cathedral designed by Sir Christopher Wren is located across the river from the Tate Modern on the North Embankment. London’s tallest skyscaper, The Shard, is at London Bridge, also home to Borough Market, one of the capitals most renowned food & drink markets. Tower Bridge, perhaps London’s most iconic, is located next to the Tower of London in Tower Hill.
Traditional and royal London can be found in Westminster, which is home to Buckingham Palace, Clarence House and the Royal Parks - St James’ Park, Green Park and Hyde Park. Central London contains world famous shopping streets - such as the famous Oxford Street - bars and clubs, while South Kensington in West London is the city’s cultural epicentre. East London areas such as Shoreditch and Dalston are known as London’s creative hub, with colourful street art, eclectic street food, quirky shops and great watering holes.
Your programme can be enhanced by a wide choice of London hotels in various locations and categories. Our selected hotels are located near good transport links making sightseeing for your groups a breeze. The range of accommodation varies from quality controlled youth hostels to superior mid-class hotels with more traditional or contemporary styles of décor.
There is no need to worry about where to stay in London for the best sightseeing because we’ve got it covered.
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