Category Archives: London Attractions

TOP THINGS TO DO IN LONDON’S ROYAL PARKS

London’s Royal Parks are some of the most historic locations in the city. With hundreds of years’ worth of stories behind them, the royal parks of London are some of the most visited sites in the city. Whether winter or summer, these beautiful parks always prove to have the most scenic walks, stunning monuments, and

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Awesome Victoria: Great Attractions Near London’s Victoria Station

One of London’s principal transport hubs, the Victoria district (on the cusp of the West End) is famed first and foremost for its globally-renowned mainline railway station, but this is accompanied by a Tube stop and a combined bus and coach station. There’s a chance then that, should you be planning a short-break in the

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MUST SEE ATTRACTIONS OF NOTTING HILL

Notting Hill is one of the most famous parts of the city. Not only is it the setting of many a film about the city, but it also has a long spanning history and some of the most glamorous residents. Whether it’s David Cameron or George Orwell, Notting Hill has housed some of the most

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4 Museums To Add To Your January City Break Itinerary

London is undoubtedly one of the culture capitals of the world, with dozens of galleries and museums devoted to every topic imaginable. From traditional art and science to the more obscure subjects of packaging, wax figures and the postal service, you can find a museum relating to almost anything in this diverse capital. If you’re

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What’s On At Kensington Palace This Month?

Kensington Palace is home to a fantastic museum, and is also the official residence of the younger generation of royals, including the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge. With its beautiful gardens and stunning interiors, the palace is a very popular attraction for those visiting London. With the palace gaining such popularity among tourists, the team

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What’s On At The Serpentine Gallery This Month?

Situated in the heart of Kensington Gardens, you’ll find two fantastic galleries: the Serpentine Gallery and the Serpentine Sackler Gallery. With both offering totally free admission and access to a range of world-renowned art exhibitions, these are two highly rated attractions in the city of London. Like many galleries and museums in London, the two

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10 Tourist Attractions To Explore Near Hyde Park

Hyde Park is the largest royal park in the UK, and one of London’s biggest tourist attractions. Located right in the centre of London, it also makes a great base for anyone hoping to explore the myriad of other attractions the capital has to offer. From the famous London Eye and Houses of Parliament, to

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The 4 must-visit attractions to see near Hyde Park before New Year’s Eve

With the New Year right around the corner, overseas holidaymakers and British city breakers alike will be making their way to London. Now is a great time of year to take in all of the amazing sights, sounds and tastes of the city. Any groups of friends or families looking for somewhere comfy to keep

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What’s coming up at the Tate Gallery (for the December – Jan period)?

When it comes to contemporary art, nowhere is more iconic than the Tate gallery. While it may sound as though it only occupies one space, the Tate gallery actually refers to a collection of four museums, with two, Tate Britain and Tate Modern, being in London. Whilst you’re visiting the city there is always so

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Where to go to appreciate Renaissance Art during a stay at the Grand Royale London

Renaissance art is a distinctive style that emerged in the 1400s in Italy and has garnered a significant following and interest around the world ever since. Characterised by its Greek and Roman influences and depictions of nature and individual subjects as opposed to groups, it has now become one of the most widely recognisable and

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