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It is an area of Greater London that 7,600,000 people live in.
Dynamic and international, London is famous for the Big Ben and Buckingham Palace. Royal Albert Hall and Trafalgar Square are also iconic sights here.
Rediscover the joys of childhood at the Coca-Cola London Eye and Chessington World of Adventures. Want more? The Madame Tussaud's Wax Museum and the Electric Cinema are sure to keep everyone grinning.
Sea Life London Aquarium and Horniman Museum Aquarium offer guests an opportunity to see the wonderful world of underwater creatures.
If you love learning about animals, the ZSL London Zoo and Brent Lodge Park Animal Centre are obvious choices. Together with a zookeeper presentation at Maryon Wilson Animal Park, you're going to have a great time.
Are you wondering what it is that makes the beer that comes from London so easy to drink? Head out and visit the Fuller’s Griffin Brewery for a close look at some of the different brewing techniques and you might discover some of the secrets.
Speed freaks and motorheads will love the incredible machines and heart-stopping action at the Lets Race.
To truly taste what this region is made of, make sure you stop by the Beefeater Gin Distillery. Tour the wine presses and barrel rooms and sample the various blends and vintages. If you find something that you're particularly taken with, pick up a few bottles to share with friends at home.
If you're feeling lucky, pay a visit to the Hippodrome Casino or the Empire Casino and try out your best poker face! You may also want to try your luck at the Aspers Casino and the Park Tower Casino.
Interested in learning about some native plant species? Spend a few hours at the Royal Botanic Gardens or Eltham Palace. Budding young botanists should also wander around the Queen Mary's Gardens and Ham House.
Pack a picnic basket and take some time out in the lush surroundings of Kensington Gardens and Russell Square. There's also plenty of room to relax at Hyde Park and St. James Park.
Want to know more about London? Check out Thames Barrier information Center and Discover Greenwich Visitor Centre. You could also pick up some leaflets and maps at Victoria Station Travel Information Centre or City of London Information Centre.
Expanses of fresh water almost always entice an eclectic array of creatures. Take a pair of binoculars to Hampstead Ponds or Regents Canal and see what you can spot. If that doesn't work out, perhaps you'll have more luck at Thames River or Serpentine Lake.
Want to get away from the noise of the city? Head out to Greenwich Park and Primrose Hill. Epping Forest and Trent Park are also popular with lovers of the natural world.
Spend a day or two exploring some of the varied cultural institutions in the area. Enjoy the contemplative atmosphere as you admire the displays at Tower of London and Westminster Abbey. The Tate Modern and Kensington Palace are also worth considering.
Marine history enthusiasts can dock in at the HMS Belfast, a treasure house of important artifacts and tales of the sea. If the winds permit, continue steering your way through this region's seafaring past at the National Maritime Museum.
If you're in the mood for a challenge, head over to Royal Observatory or the London Science Museum. The collection of science artifacts on display at these wonderful museums will stimulate your mind for hours. For even more learning opportunities, you can call on Peter Harrison Planetarium and the Hunterian Museum.
The natural world offers more treasures than just one person could hope to see in a lifetime. Luckily, institutions such as the Natural History Museum and the Petrie Museum of Egyptian Archaeology make it easy for us by presenting them all in a single building. The Grant Museum of Zoology also houses an excellent range of specimens.
Add to your appreciation of art and design, and maybe even pick up something to take back home at one of the numerous exhibition spaces. Pay a visit to the Saatchi Gallery and the Tate Britain for some great examples of what this creative hotspot has to offer. The National Gallery and the Victoria and Albert Museum are also well worth a browse if you can fit them in.
Nostalgics can explore chronicles of former times at the British Museum and the Museum of London. Like the sound of those? You'll be able to learn even more at the London Canal Museum or the Freud Museum.
St. Paul's Cathedral and Covent Garden Market are certainly worth paying a visit to, even if you're not a passionate history buff. When it comes to days of old, there's always something else to know. Royal Opera House and the Royal Academy of Music are also great places to stop by.
Admire the stunning waterway views and interesting architecture at Tower Bridge and Waterloo Bridge. You could also pass over Blackfriars Bridge and Lambeth Bridge and look down dreamily on the streams of water below.
When it came to building and furnishing Hampton Court Palace and Kew Palace, you'll see that money wasn't an issue. You may also like to walk through the grounds and hear some stories at Lambeth Palace and St. James Palace.
Whether you consider yourself spiritual or not, you're sure to enjoy a trip to St. Martin-in-the-Fields and Westminster Cathedral. You may also like to have a walk around Southwark Cathedral and Brompton Oratory.
After touring all of the star attractions in and around London, take the time to visit a few of its lesser-known sights. Olympic Village and Oxford Circus are certainly worth a look. Also, contemplate seeing the Royal Academy of Arts and the Royal Artillery Barracks if you have time.
England's capital is a vibrant and dynamic city that is frequented by tourists from all over the globe. Discovering a fantastic place to stay here is a breeze, with as many as 1554 London lodgings listed on Expedia's database.
Bulgari Hotel, London at 171 Knightsbridge, and the Mandarin Oriental Hyde Park, London, at 66 Knightsbridge are some of the premium accommodation options in London. Should those not fit the bill, check out the Sloane Square Hotel, at 7–12 Sloane Square, and the Montana Hotel London, at 67/69 Gloucester Road, two more budget-friendly options.
A highlight of any trip to London is St. Paul's Cathedral. If you would prefer to stay within easy walking distance of the renowned attraction, the Market View by BridgeStreet and The Kings Wardrobe Serviced Apartments by BridgeStreet are both popular options.
Located in Belgravia, this hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Victoria Palace Theatre, Buckingham Palace, and St. James Park. Big Ben and Sloane Square are also within 1 mi (2 km).
Situated in Gatwick, this hotel is 1.2 mi (2 km) from Archway Theatre and within 6 mi (10 km) of Crawley Town Hall and County Mall Shopping Centre. Gatwick Aviation Museum and Hawth Theatre are also within 6 mi (10 km).
This fantastic new hotel is located on the South Bank, near London Eye. Waterloo and Westminster stations are within 5 minutes walk, making easier to travel and ideal choice for city break or business trip.
Situated near the airport, this hotel is 2.9 mi (4.6 km) from Stockley Park and within 6 mi (10 km) of London Motor Museum and Brunel University. Windsor Castle and Twickenham Stadium are also within 9 mi (15 km).
Connected via a covered walkway to Terminal 5, this London Heathrow Airport hotel is a 20-minute train ride to Central London. Windsor Castle, Uxbridge, Legoland, Stockley Park, and Thorpe Park are nearby.
This contemporary, business-oriented hotel is connected to Gatwick Airport's North Terminal via covered walkway; central London is 45 km (28 miles) away, and can be reached in 30 minutes by train.
This London hotel is within walking distance of Hyde Park and Paddington station. Kensington Palace and the Royal Albert Hall are both 1.5 km (1 mi.) from the hotel.
1960s-built London hotel located on bustling Kensington High Street, 55 yards from Kensington Palace and Gardens and Hyde Park.