Things to see and do - London
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London : Michelin's recommendations
For London to give up its deepest secrets, it is vital to understand its constant intermingling of past and present. Always known as a lively and dynamic capital city, there has been a renewal of vitality to accompany its entry into the 21st century: the new Tate Gallery; the renovation of the Thames South Bank yet still the Changing of the Guard. Crossing the town from East to west on the Jubilee Line or going up in the London Eye and you will see that London is a town that really moves.
Tourist attractions London : Things to see and do
st. Abingdon GB - London SW1
With Big Ben soaring above it, the Palace of Westminster bewitched Monet, who was inspired to paint one of his most famous series of paintings by the combination of monumental stonework, river and sky. Cradle of British democracy, it is composed of t..
Westminster Abbey GB - London SW1P 3PA
Built at Henry VII's behest in the early 16C, this magnificent chapel is a fine example of the Perpendicular style. The pillars support magnificent fan vaulting on projecting keystones separated by a network of slender ribs. The entrance has bronze g..
20 Dean's Yard GB - London SW1P 3PA
Necropolis of sovereigns, pantheon of national glories, masterpiece of Gothic art, Westminster Abbey's twin towers push up into the London sky and have looked down for centuries on the setting of great royal ceremonies. Its dimensions are impressive ..
33 Tothill Street GB - London SW1H 9LA
The Sanctuary House is a fine hotel in one of London’s oldest and most fashionable areas. It is a short walk from Westminster Abbey and Houses of Parliament. The Fuller’s pub on the ground floor is traditional, smart and modern. The food is home-coo..
Belvedere Road GB - London SE1 7PB
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Situated beside the London Eye, just 350 metres from Waterloo Station, Premier Inn London County Hall has a 24-hour front desk and international restaurant. South bank is a 15-minute walk away. In the historical County Hall building, the modern room..
22 - 28 Broadway GB - London SW1H 9JS
Set within Queen Anne’s Chambers, a former government building, InterContinental London Westminster is situated less than a 5 minutes' walk from Westminster Abbey and Big Ben. Guests can take advantage of the 24-hour fitness centre & gym and free Wi-..
Leisure activities London
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Don't leave London without taking this best-selling tour to Windsor Castle, Stonehenge and Bath, England's most beautiful Georgian city. Your day trip includes entrance to Windsor Castle, Stonehenge and Bath's Roman Baths and Pump Rooms. Pop in yo..
Staying in London but want to see Paris? Travel by Eurostar at a convenient time, to discover the "City of Lights" independently or with a guide. Whether it's the Eiffel Tower you want to climb, or a simple stroll down the Champs Elysees, t..
Experience the essential introduction to London aboard the original hop-on hop-off sightseeing tour. You'll see all the magical sights of London in a comfortable and secure environment, above the crowds at street level aboard our open top buses. Get ..
130 Lauriston Rd, Victoria Park GB - Hackney E9 7LH
Sourdough is from the local baker; the butcher and fishmonger are within walking distance. Dishes like pearl barley and feta risotto demonstrate the kitchen's confidence and ability; prices are good and Sunday lunch a languid affair.
177 South Lambeth Rd GB - Stockwell SW8 1XP
An appreciative crowd of all ages come for the earthy, robust and seasonal British dishes which suit the relaxed environment of this pub so well. Staff are attentive and knowledgeable.
9 Camp Rd GB - Wimbledon SW19 4UN
Owned by Claude Bosi, chef-owner of Hibiscus, and run by Cedric, his brother. They may be French but they know about 'proper' pub food, from Cumberland sausages and prawn cocktail to wild boar scotch egg. Three cosy bedrooms also available.
44 Barnsbury St GB - Islington N1 1ER
Anyone unfamiliar with Britain's bounteous larder should get along to this down-to-earth Georgian pub to enjoy ingredients like lamb's tongues, smoked eel, blade steak and rabbit in dishes that are satisfying, gutsy and affordable.
36 The Cut GB - Southwark SE1 8LP
As popular as ever thanks to its congenial feel and lived-in looks but mostly because of the appealingly seasonal menu and the gutsy, bold cooking that delivers on flavour. No reservations so be prepared to wait at the bar.
76-78 Paul St GB - Shoreditch EC2A 4NE
There has been a pub on this corner site since 1742 but it is doubtful many of the previous incarnations were as busy or as pleasant as the Princess is today. The best dishes are those with a rustic edge, such as goose rillettes or chicken pie.