Noisy, vibrant and truly multicultural, London is a megalopolis of people, ideas and frenetic energy. The capital and largest city of the United Kingdom, it is also the largest city in Western Europe and the European Union.
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National Gallery is an art gallery and art museum
The City of London, also known as The City, or The Square Mile, is the area of London that originally lay within the ancient city walls.
Mayfair and Marylebone are districts of central London.
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The London Eye is a monument / landmark
The East End is a district of central London, stretching out from the edge of The City to the River Lea.
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Elizabeth Tower (Big Ben) is a monument / landmark and historic site
Soho is a district of central London, part of the West End, famous for jazz, its gay village, sex shops and alternative lifestyles.
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Southbank Centre is a performing arts venue and concert hall
Westminster is a district of central London. Westminster is a city in its own right, the twin to the ancient City of London further east and historically they jointly formed the focus of what is today regarded as London.
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Royal Opera House is an opera house and theater
Bloomsbury is a district of central London. This is a vibrant historic district made most famous by a group of turn-of-the-century writers that included Virginia Woolf and EM Forster, economist John Maynard Keynes and the artist Roger Fry.
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Somerset House is a history museum and monument / landmark
Hampstead is a district of north inner London. The key sights are a wealth of under-stated historical attractions, and the magnificent open spaces of Hampstead Heath.
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National Theatre is a theater and general entertainment
Camden is an inner northern district of London. Its heart lies in Camden Town, a neighbourhood known for its market and the colourful nightlife.
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Green Park is a park and garden
The South Bank is the tip of a peninsula of the Thames in central London and one the city's cultural centres.
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British Museum is a history museum and art museum
Covent Garden is a district of central London. This is one of the main shopping and entertainment districts of the English capital and is hugely popular with visitors, who swarm to its shops, bars and restaurants, especially at weekends.
Croydon links here. For other places with the same name, see Croydon.
The area around Leicester Square, often called the West End, is the entertainment heart of London.
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Hyde Park Corner is a monument / landmark
Heathrow Airport is in the west of London, one of the world's busiest airports; the busiest in the …
Richmond-Kew is a district in south-west London. This is perhaps the area of outer London with the most to offer visitors.
Lambeth is a borough of inner south-west London. Within the London Borough of Lambeth are the official residence of the Archbishop of Canterbury at Lambeth Palace, St.
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Tate Modern is an art gallery and art museum
West London refers to the outer western suburbs of Greater London, a diverse area that ranges from …
Southwark and Lewisham are two boroughs of inner south east London.
North London is the outer northern district of London.
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Marble Arch is a monument / landmark and historic site
Hammersmith and Fullham is a borough in west London, and boasts 3 Premiership football teams within its boundaries.
Islington is a district of north London covering much of the London Borough of Islington.
Greenwich is the famous maritime district of south east London with several popular attractions.
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London Bridge is a bridge and scenic lookout
Wimbledon is a district in south-west London. Wimbledon is a well-known and affluent suburb in the southwest of London, England and is part of the London Borough of Merton.
Wandsworth is a district of southwest London. Wandsworth consists largely of modest housing built …
Hackney is a district of London. Hackney staged some of the events during the 2012 London Summer …
Paddington-Maida Vale is a district of northwest central London, located around the vast Paddington Station of Paddington Bear fame.
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Kensington Gardens is a park and monument / landmark
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Science Museum is a science museum and museum
Hornchurch is an outer district of East London, England.
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Natural History Museum is a science museum and history museum
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31-36 Leicester Square, London
+44 20 7839 9399
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2 Whitehall Court, London
+44 20 7451 0390
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21 Piccadilly, London
+44 20 7734 8000
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81 Jermyn Street, London
+44 20 7930 2111
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10 Monmouth St, London
+44 20 7806 1000
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Aldwych, London
+44 20 7836 2400
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7-8 Park Place, London
+44 20 7316 1600
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150 Piccadilly, London
+44 20 7493 8181
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33 Albemarle Street, Mayfair
+44 20 7493 6020
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66 Great Queen Street, City of London
+44 20 7309 0909
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50-56 Southampton Row, London
+44 20 7242 1800
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49 Brook St,, Mayfair, London
+44 20 7629 8860
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Carlos Place, Mayfair, London
+44 20 7499 7070
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1C Portland Place, Regent Street, London
+44 20 7636 1000
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53 Park Lane, London
+44 20 7629 8888
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73 Lambeth Walk, London
+44 20 7582 3088
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86-90 Park Lane, London
+44 20 7499 6363
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31 Great Cumberland Place, London
+44 20 7258 0777
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Euston Road, London
+44 20 7841 3540
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222 Marylebone Road, London
+44 20 7631 8000
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