Top 3 Areas to Visit in London

Recognized for its striking skyline, the capital city of England in London is a popular city with tourists and locals for its variety of events, activities and attractions.

Rich in history and culture, the city is admired by those looking to explore the beautiful architecture and learn more about the exciting stories that make up the city’s past.

One of the easiest ways to experience the bustling capital is to purchase a London hop-on hop-off bus ticket that’ll allow you 24 hours ride access on the sightseeing buses.

The buses provide both covered and open-top areas and stop nearby some of the most popular attractions including St Paul’s Cathedral, Buckingham Palace and Trafalgar Square.

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East End

The East End is less glamourous than its West End partner but what it lacks in glamour, it makes up for in off-the-beaten-track roughness and intrigue.

Once the home of London’s most notorious gangsters, the East End is where you’ll find some of the city’s most incredible street art and the delicious aromas drifting from the famous curry houses on Brick Lane.

It’s also where infamous serial killer, Jack the Ripper, carried out his awful acts which still have people scratching their heads over his true identity to this day.

The East End shows an insight into London's past with many of the Georgian and Victorian buildings still standing and boasting features of the day.

Look out for the terracotta carved Frying Pan pub sign high up above 13 Brick Lane, a quaint remnant of historic Whitechapel.

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West End

Home of theatre and glitz, London’s West End is a fond favorite with visitors for its shopping opportunities and exciting stage shows.

Visit some huge high street names on Oxford Street and Regent Street or check out some of the fantastic boutique shopping areas available on Carnaby Street and Berwick Street.

When you shop until you drop, drop your bags off somewhere safe and head over to sample some of the West End’s exciting nightlife.

Enjoy trendy, colorful cocktails, delicious selections of rum, whiskey and gin or simply dance the night away in one of the many clubs.

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North London

Head to the north and you’ve got the fantastic areas of Hampstead Heath, Regent’s Park and a personal favourite, Camden Town.

There is so much to do in North London that you’ll be hard-pressed to only spend a day or weekend break here and you’ll soon be heading back to tick more off your to-see list!

Take a dip in the wild green ponds of Hampstead Heath, climb to the top of Primose Hill to admire the skyline views, meet the friendly squirrels of Regent’s Park and enjoy the alternative scene of Camden. Whatever your interest, north London holds a treat for you to enjoy.

There’s plenty of green, open spaces to the north, fantastic for giving the kids space to run around or enjoy a sunny picnic with your loved one. Just don’t forget to leave all the green spaces cleaner than you arrived!

Grab your rubbish and do the local wildlife a favor by removing an extra piece of rubbish if you come across it.

There are plenty of options in London to keep you busy over a weekend or week-long break, whether you prefer quiet, tucked away spaces or busy, tourist-favored spots. Put the city of London on your must-see list and experience the bustling metropolis for yourself!

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