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London is a vibrant, bustling metropolis and England’s capital city. London is the United Kingdom’s most popular tourist destination, with more than 16 million visitors taking in its rich variety of sights and sounds every year. Among the myriad...more
Did a theatre trip on Friday- crikey this places bustles - full of people / tourists from around the globe - packed full of places to eat (& mist seem to be constantly full too!) great vibe & feel to the place but slow to...More
This is a busy main road running sort of East to West from Holborn through Cambridge Circus to Piccadilly Circus. There are restaurants, bars and theatres along here but really I think the best areas to explore are accessed from here just off of the...More
Shops, restaurants, cafes, theatres - what's not to love? Soho is just off this busy street and there is so much to do and see around the area. You could spend hours here just browsing, eating, drinking and people watching. The heart of theatre land.
My other half took me to London to see a show, something I'd always wanted to do (but I'm from the North....said in a Jon Snow tone 😂), so Shaftesbury Avenue was a total delight. My eyes were like saucepan lids taking in all the...More
This is a great part of London. There are many theatres, restaurants and cafes and it's easy to walk to many other parts of London from here. Soho is just off this Avenue, as is Piccadilly Circus and Trafalgar Square. Oxford Street and Regents Street...More
The go-to district for a good time in London, Soho hosts a wealth of world-class theatres and a compelling lineup of cafes, restaurants, pubs, bars, and clubs. At Soho's core is London's original Red Light District and the epicenter of the LGBT scene – and thus the city's hottest nightlife. For shopping enthusiasts, Soho is not only the home of London's greatest concentration of boutique shops, but also the
most strategic place to set off on a tour of the world's most celebrated department stores. In the southern part of the neighbourhood lies Chinatown, with its multitude of delicious and affordable restaurants. Closer to the Thames, Chinatown's narrow and teeming lantern-lit lanes spill onto the expansive hub of glitzy Leicester Square.