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London is the place where the historic past and the vibrant present come alive. A blend of history, ground-breaking architecture and culture has created an amazing and constantly evolving city. Not surprisingly the capital has become a mecca for visitors and a great place to live. There really is something to appeal to everyone and whatever your interests may be, the city has it covered. With countless museums, galleries and entertainment options throughout the city there has never been a better time to come and find out just how much it has to offer.

 
Kews Royal Botanical Gardens

Kew's Royal Botanical Gardens

Kew's Royal Botanical Gardens is one of the world's most famous botanical gardens, with 300 acres containing over 40,000 plant species and varieties. There are six glass houses, including the Victorian Palm House, Princess of Wales Conservatory and new Evolution House, a pagoda, two art galleries and a Visitor Centre. There is even a mini-train to ferry visitors around the gardens.

Hotels near Kews Royal Botanical Gardens
Coach and Horses Hotel from £105.00
Premier Inn London Kew Bridge3 starfrom £56.00
Clayton Hotel Chiswick4 starfrom £107.10
Holiday Inn London Brentford Lock4 starfrom £63.00
At Home Chiswick from £45.00
 
London Zoo

London Zoo

Set in the heart of London's majestic Regent's Park, London Zoo boasts not only a vast array of amazing animals, but also beautiful gardens, fine art and astounding architecture. Meet some of the world's most fascinating animals, from Asian lions to Sloth bears. Take in the incredible 'Animals in Action' demonstration where the finest flying, leaping and climbing animals show off their skills.

Hotels near London Zoo
Marylebone Serviced Rooms and Apartments from £182.25
146 Suites3 starfrom £69.00
Melia White House Hotel4 starfrom £103.20
Nottingham Place Hotel4 starfrom £130.00
Regency Hotel Westend3 starfrom £75.00
 
Tower Bridge

Tower Bridge

One of the most famous landmarks in London and just over a hundred years old, the Tower Bridge with its twin drawbridges, or bascules, each weighing about 1,000 tons have been raised more then half a million times since it was built. It takes only 90 seconds for the bascules to be raised with electric motors which replaced the old steam engines. From Tower Bridge you can view HMS Belfast, an 11,500-ton cruiser that opened the bombardment of the Normandy coast on D-Day. The closest tube stations for those two are, Tower Hill and London Bridge.

Hotels near Tower Bridge
Gate House Apartments Tower Bridge4 starfrom £100.00
Hilton London Tower Bridge4 starfrom £149.25
London Bridge Hotel4 starfrom £199.00
Apex City Of London Hotel4 starfrom £78.75
Premier Inn London City - Tower Hill3 starfrom £84.00
 
Trafalgar Square

Trafalgar Square

Where the statue of Admiral Lord Nelson dominates the square 167 feet above it. Built to commemorate his naval victory in 1805 it is a central piece of this magnificent area. Trafalgar Square laid out around 1830 is a popular venue for political rallies and used to be a home ground for thousands of pigeons. Recent ruling in banning of the pigeon food sellers to be there is going to certainly clean that patch of London of health hazards and of its long history of feeding them and taking photos with them.

Hotels near Trafalgar Square
The Trafalgar Hilton4 starfrom £153.30
The Grand at Trafalgar Square4 starfrom £106.92
Sofitel London St James5 starfrom £240.00
Radisson Blu Edwardian, Leicester Square4 starfrom £156.00
St Martins Lane, A Morgans Original5 starfrom £250.97
 
Science Museum

Science Museum

Where the statue of Admiral Lord Nelson dominates the square 167 feet above it. Built to commemorate his naval victory in 1805 it is a central piece of this magnificent area. Trafalgar Square laid out around 1830 is a popular venue for political rallies and used to be a home ground for thousands of pigeons. Recent ruling in banning of the pigeon food sellers to be there is going to certainly clean that patch of London of health hazards and of its long history of feeding them and taking photos with them.

Hotels near Science Museum
MEININGER Hotel London Hyde Park2 starfrom £14.00
Crowne Plaza London Kensington4 starfrom £120.00
Best Western The Cromwell4 starfrom £72.00
Ashburn Hotel4 starfrom £149.00
Harrington Hall4 starfrom £158.00
 

Other Attraction near London

  • Abbey Road Studios - The prime Beatles landmark is, of course, the Abbey Road zebra crossing featured on the album cover, located near the EMI studios, where the group recorded most of their albums
  • Brick Lane - As its name suggest once upon a time this was the main location for the brick kilns which helped rebuild the City of London after the Great Fire.
  • Canary Wharf - Most famous building is Cesar Pelli`s landmark tower, officially known as One Canada Square, which at 800ft is one of the highest buildings in Europe.