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    Gentlemen, queens, fish and chips

    There’s a London for all tastes. From posh shopping malls to punk venues or royal ceremonies, there’s always a choice. Stop? Maybe for a cup of tea at 5 pm. Otherwise, there’s no stopping when in London. Whether on a family trip, with your friends or for a romantic escape, London is moving… 24 hours a day!

    Concerts, exhibits, cheap street-food, sport venues… the options list is longer than the British Museum inventory. What you can’t miss is a british breakfast to charge your batteries before starting your tourist day. Piccadilly Circus, Trafalgar Square, Camden, King’s Cross, Covent Garden.... there’s so many names you’ll be remembering… That said: always look right before crossing!

    London is a shopping morning around Camden Town. London means having a pint in one of those great pubs and visiting multicultural neighborhoods which look like completely different cities.

    London’s always a great option

    London holiday lettings

    When you're planning a short break or longer stay in the UK's capital city, it can be difficult to find London accommodation that's convenient for the locations you want to visit, and won't break the bank. London holiday apartments are available all over the city, and offer a great alternative to a hotel stay. For couples and families, as well as groups of friends, an apartment is an economical choice that also lets you spend time together when you're not out and about exploring the city.

    London, an ancient and modern city

    Set on the River Thames, London is a city of mediaeval streets and cutting edge skyscrapers. Its iconic landmarks include the recently built Shard building and the London Eye, as well as historic structures like the Palace of Westminster and Tower Bridge. When looking at London holiday rentals, pick an area of the city that fits in with your lifestyle and your sightseeing plans. Whether you prefer the hustle and bustle of the shopping streets, the quieter museum district, or the open spaces of the parks, you can find London accommodation to suit you.

    Things to see and do in London

    However you like to spend your holiday, you'll find something for you in London. The city has a huge number of museums, from the famous to the lesser known, covering all kinds of interests. Many are free to go in. If you're interested in politics, you might enjoy a tour of the Houses of Parliament. If the Royal Family is your thing, you can explore Buckingham Palace. Children will love London Zoo and Hamleys toy shop, and the whole family can enjoy a trip to the theatre. London holiday lettings let you come and go as you please. Because you can prepare your own meals, you can eat whatever you fancy, as early or late as you like. There's plenty of space to store any purchases, too.

    Getting the most out of your London accommodation

    Search and book online to get the best deal on London holiday lettings. A little time spent researching the different areas of the city will reward you with the perfect location for your London holiday apartments. With a handy base in the heart of London, you're free to explore the city by day and night.


    It’s 5 o’clock tea… or not?

    There’s time for tradition, and there’s time for improvising. London lives around the clock, and there’s no need to rest at 5 pm. Fusion of styles, people from all around, ties, shorts, hipsters and Chinese restaurants. Would you like some tea as well? Whatever the answer is, what’s clear is that you’ll need a place to stay.

    That said, West End, Paddington, Kensington or King’s Cross are just some of the areas that could fit you on your visit to London. In any case, you won’t escape from using the city’s public transportation system and cabs, if you are planning to see the basics.

    A wish list for your trip to London

    There’s so much to do in London it is almost impossible to put in on a single sheet. Still, there are some things you can’t miss if it’s your first time in the city. If you are returning, you might want to give them a new try as well!


    7 things to do in London

    Museum time: old or new stuff? British Museum, Tate Gallery, Natural History...

    A pint (or two): Entering a pub is also a cultural experience...

    Shopping in Camden Town: vinyls, clothes… just looking around is fun.

    Subway, bus and taxis: Transportation methods are one of the city attractions (and of course a necessary way to move around).

    Selfie time! Make yourself beautiful in front of Big Ben or London Tower.

    What’s up today? A theater play, movies, concerts… Choose and go!



    Outside London

    London’s a huge city... but there’s life away from it! If you plan on exploring the outskirts or taking a day off the city, here are some great alternatives to use your time…

    Stonehenge: Rocks and ancient mysteries of our civilization.

    Windsor: Welcome to the Royal Castle.

    Oxford: Where knowledge becomes an attraction.

    Canterbury: Tales of a Cathedral in this city in Kent county.

    Warwick Castle: A great castle in a historical town.

    From palaces to second-hand stores

    Wherever you’ll be resting your bones in London, you can’t miss one of the popular markets of the city like Portobello or Camden. And you can’t miss the chance to sleep in a traditional victorian-style building, or at least visiting one. What’s harder to get is a room at the Buckingham Palace, but still you have the chance to look, walk or run around Saint James Park, which is close by.

    The center of London will keep you close to the National Gallery, Piccadilly, the Tower Bridge… in a matter of hours you could be walking along those postcards you’ve already seen so many times. If you want to sleep near the city’s heart, West End is the place to be.

    In any case, London starts in each of the neighborhoods, so be flexible, look around and choose wisely. Mind the gap!