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London

Ride the London Eye and marvel at the city's gorgeous sights, visit the Queen's home, cycle Hyde Park, indulge at pop-up bars and restaurants and enjoy the vibrant nightlife, London has everything you could ever want out of a big city and much more.

London Boroughs

From the hipster neighbourhoods in East London to the historic landmarks in Westminster, check out some of our favourite London boroughs below.
Colourful alleyway in Shoreditch

Shoreditch

Wander through street-art covered alleys, find vintage gems in indie boutiques and try local craft beers and the best bagels in London. Shoreditch is super-trendy and you may come across a bearded hipster or two.
An amazing view of the London Eye and Buckingham palace

Westminster

The iconic Big Ben, the impressive Houses of Parliament, the London Eye, Westminster Abbey, St. James Park and the grand Buckingham Palace can all be found in the City of Westminster making this the perfect place to start your London adventure.
Lady in a jacket walking towards an ice cream stall in the classy Soho district

Soho

Nestled between Covent Garden, China Town and Piccadilly Circus, Soho is home to West End theatres and one of the best places to wine and dine in London.  The entertainment district is never quiet and boasts a great nightlife, including a many LGBT clubs and bars.
Quirky and creative colourful graffiti on the apartments in Camden Town

Camden Town

Expect the unexpected: Camden is full of interesting characters, vibrant and has an awesome live music scene. Browse the eclectic Camden Market and treat yourself to delicious international street food then escape the hustle and bustle on one of our favourite London walks: From Camden Lock along Regent's Canal with it's Amsterdam/Venitian charm up to Primrose Hill for rewarding views of London's skyline.

Our favourite London Hotels

Cool and modern hostel room in London

Generator Hostel

Renowned for its ultra-cool decor and awesome location, Generator boasts fab facilities. These include renovated rooms and dorms, 24-hour reception and laundry, free Wi-Fi in all rooms, a late-night bar and a fabulous dining area as well as power showers and a luggage store.
 
 Busy lounge at a hostel in London, where people are enjoying themselves

Clink 261 Hostel

Live the real London experience at this hip hostel a stone`s throw from Camden, Covent Garden and the British Museum. Laid-back lounging, power showers and party nights await!
 
Double Decker bus driving past the Royal National Hotel on Oxford Street

Royal National Hotel 2*

The Royal National is close to the shopping mecca of Oxford Street and within walking distance to some of the city’s most popular landmarks. On site there’s a typical British pub, an Indian buffet restaurant and a coffee roaster - everything that makes Britain great!

Tours and Activities in London

Two women enjoying a photo shoot on a Big Bus while driving past Buckingham Palace

London - Big Bus

Our hop-on, hop-off bus tour around London that includes A cruise along the River Thames, A selection of guided walking tours & a Voucher booklet with great discounts for top attractions, shops and restaurants.
If you take the Red Route on our London bus tour, you’ll enjoy live commentary from one of our well-informed and entertaining guides, or if you take the Blue Route, you have a choice of recorded commentary in 12 different languages.

 

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Highlights of London Walking Tour with English Tea

Want to see the major sights of London in an afternoon? This walking tour, led by an expert local guide, will allow you to do just that, taking in the most iconic buildings and most-coveted monuments on a relaxing afternoon stroll.

 

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Amazing view of the London Eye, Thames River, Buckingham Palace, and the London Eye under clear skies

The London Eye and River Cruise

This cool duo offers first a flight on the London Eye followed by a river cruise which leaves just from the base of the Eye. 20 minutes on the London Eye and then 40 minutes cruising The Thames with fact and stories flowing from the captain...this is a great morning or afternoon for any weekend.
A lad looking at the Stonehenge in England on a cloudy day. The Stonehenge are rock structures which were placed to form a circle some five-thousand years ago.

Simply Stonehenge

Departing from central London, you`ll head by luxury coach past rolling meadows and quaint countryside, straight to Stonehenge for an extended visit! Upon arrival, all will be handed trusty audio guides for intriguing tips about this mysterious stone formation as you wander around its arches! 

 

 

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