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    Greater London: Even Greater Than its Name Suggests

    Greater London is an expansive region that comprises 33 districts in total; the City of London and 32 London Boroughs. Now while the city centre of London – with its endless amount of attractions, restaurants, bars and shops – is the main draw for many travellers, this doesn’t mean that other far reaching areas should be disregarded. In fact, with numerous popular boroughs such as Hackney and Haringey, and major venues like Twickenham Stadium and Wembley Stadium, there’s plenty to see and do beyond the city centre!

    Central London Highlights

    With an exciting mix of culture, tradition and the contemporary, central London is an exciting hub that is overflowing with attractions and things to do. In Westminster, there are world-famous landmarks such as Big Ben, Buckingham Palace and Westminster Abbey, while you can also explore the iconic and visually stunning Houses of Parliament. Head west and, as you pass tasty dining options, trendy bars and tempting shops, you will reach Hyde Park. Offering tranquillity from the unrelenting pace of the city centre, this famed park is the ideal place to unwind with a refreshing drink and ice cream. Take a quick ride on the London Underground and visit Soho, an eccentric place where you can enjoy a West End show and some of the best boutique stores in the capital. London is also a treasure trove for museums, with the British Museum, National Gallery and Victoria & Albert Museum being standouts in that regard. Whatever your tastes or requirements when travelling, London city centre will undoubtedly contain what you need!

    Exploring the Boroughs

    Now while central London and the bordering boroughs contain most of the capital’s major attractions, discovering the further afield areas of Greater London is certainly recommended. Positioned to the north of the centre is the elegant and historic Islington, popular for its dining and shopping options. Another highly regarded borough is Camden. Along with the southern end forming part of London’s centre, Camden is well-known for its markets, live music and international cuisine. Thanks to boasting attractions in the form of the National Maritime Museum, Royal Observatory and O2 Arena, Greenwich – situated on the Thames’ south bank – is also a famed area of Greater London. For another example, Hackney is a diverse district that features an abundance of bars, restaurants and transport links – something that makes it a favourite with locals and travellers alike. Also note; hotels are naturally more expensive when it comes to the city centre, so staying in a suitable borough in Greater London will help keep hotel costs down!

    Venues & Events

    As you would probably expect, Greater London is home to an envious amount of venues where you can watch a live show. Numerous major football stadiums populate the region, where you can watch world-renowned teams such as Arsenal, Tottenham, Chelsea and even the national team play at their respective home grounds. Other sports are also well represented in London. Wimbledon, the most prestigious tournament in tennis, takes place annually at the All England Lawn Tennis & Croquet Club, while Ascot Racecourse is one of the biggest venues for horseracing in the country. With the O2 Arena and Wembley Arena, the region also provides two of the biggest indoor arenas in the UK – which helps attract the biggest acts from around the world. For a more intimate setting, the legendary Royal Albert Hall also hosts a plethora of events throughout the year. And of course, no break in London is complete without enjoying a West End show! Here, you’ll find approximately 40 theatres that showcase the best in musicals, comedies and classic plays.

    Quirky Things to Do

    It’s no secret that Greater London is a hotbed when it comes to shopping, dining, drinking and revered attractions. Yet there are plenty of hidden secrets in the region that you might not know about. For example, you may recognise the ArcelorMittal Orbit sculpture in the Olympic Park, but did you know you can slide down the 178-metre monument in just 40 seconds!? At the Camden markets, you can sample some scientifically inventive ice cream from Chin Chin Labs. Oh, and a Gothic revival style establishment that is both a working church and live entertainment venue? Yes, London even has that in the form of Islington’s Union Chapel! Other quirky activities to seriously consider in Greater London include staying overnight at London Zoo, visiting the eccentrically fascinating Novelty Automation museum in Holborn, and be brave as you traverse Tower Bridge’s glass floor overlooking the road and river below.

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    from ‎€12to ‎€13,603

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      Hotel Travelodge London Liverpool Street London
      Travelodge London City Liverpool Street is located right in the heart of London close to Liverpool Street Station as its name suggests, although the nearest Underground station is actually Aldgate about 100 metres away. Liverpool Street Station connects passengers directly to Stansted airport via the Stansted Express, making this hotel ideally located for the visitor to London wanting to explore the sights. All of the 142 rooms are equipped with the standard amenities that one would expect to find in a hotel of this kind. These include a direct dial telephone, remote controlled TV set and tea and coffee making facilities and like most of the other hotels in the Travelodge chain there are also king size beds and duvets. These rooms are all en suite and some of the rooms have been adapted to suit guests with disabilities. The reception operates 24 hours a day and there is an on-site café/bar which serves an "all you can eat" breakfast every morning, and offers light meals, snacks and drinks (both alcoholic and non alcoholic) throughout the day.
      Hotel Travelodge London Central Aldgate East London
      Located a little over a mile from Central London, the Travelodge London Central Aldgate East places guests near the Tower of London and Tower Hill tube station. The hotel offers flexible check-in and check-out options. The hotel offers single, double and family rooms, each one featuring a Sleepeezee bed, TV and desk. Tea and coffee making facilities are also provided. Guests are offered 30 minutes of free Wi-Fi access, after which extra charges apply. There is no on-site parking, although a paid public facility is available nearby. The hotel’s restaurant serves an unlimited breakfast buffet (free for kids), as well as providing options for lunch and late night dining. The hotel lies within two miles of Shakespeare’s Globe, within four miles of Buckingham Palace and the London Eye and within six miles of Regent’s Park and London Zoo.
      Hotel Park Plaza Westminster Bridge London London
      Hotel Park Plaza Westminster Bridge London is located in London. It is situated on the River Thames. The hotel is part of the chain Park Plaza Hotels and Resorts. Near by to the hotel are many famous landmarks – The Parliament, Big Ben, London Eye and The Aquarium. The four-star hotel offers its guests 54 apartments, 422 rooms and 545 studios. All of the rooms are equipped with cable TV, flat screen TV, minibar, safe, desk, coffee and tea making facilities. The bathrooms have shower and tub. The studios and maisonettes have a kitchenette, refrigerator and microwave. The hotel guests can use wireless Internet. In the hotel there is a Spa center. The hotel’s guests can use sauna, steam bath, massage, fitness room and swimming pool. The hotel has a ballroom with 1400 seats, business center, restaurants and bars. The guests can use extra services such as currency exchange, laundry, dry cleaning, babysitter, concierge etc. The hotel is accessible for people with disabilities. In the hotel complex smoking is prohibited.
      Hotel The Walrus Hostel London
      Five-minutes away from the Long Eye, Houses of Parliament, and many other hit spots, The Walrus Hostel is located in central London. The rooms come with free Wi-Fi access, as well as lockers. Each room comes with everything a guest may need, from bedding to towels and linens. The Walrus Hostel offers both long and short term stays for guests. Free baggage storage is available for guests who arrive earlier than check-in time. Each morning, a free breakfast is served to all guests staying in the hotel. Tea and coffee, as well as cereal, toast, and other options are available. A few metres will lead guest to Big Ben, Westminster, and all the various attractions located in the Southbank.
      Hotel DoubleTree by Hilton London Greenwich London
      The 3 stars Mercure London Greenwich is located close to attractions such as The Cutty Sark and the National Maritime Museum. Greenwich Underground Stations is only 1km from the hotel and central London can be reached within approximately 20 minutes by train. Car parking facilities are available onsite for a fee. There are 145 guest rooms at the hotel including 8 accessible rooms for disabled guests. Standard features of the guest rooms include flat screen televisions, direct dial telephones with voicemail, work desks, safes, tea and coffee making facilities, toiletries and complimentary wireless internet access. At the onsite restaurant you can enjoy an A La Carte menu which is cooked using local seasonal produce while you can also have afternoon tea or choose from a variety of drinks at the hotel bar. Room service is also available. Other services and facilities offered by the Mercure London Greenwich Hotel include a 24 hour front desk, gym, meeting rooms, fax and photocopying and a concierge service.
      Hotel Hereford Rooms London
      Hereford Rooms offers accommodation in a budget room in heart of trendy Brick Lane in London. The property is only a few minutes' walk from Shoreditch High Street and Liverpool Street Stations. Free Wifi and a large shared kitchen is available for all the guests.