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If you are staying in the area, be sure to spend a day exploring surrounding neighborhoods like West End, Southbank and East End.
Big Ben, one of the most popular sights in the country is less than 1 mile (1.6 kilometers) to the south.
Spend time in the center of London. You can’t miss Buckingham Palace, the Royal Albert Hall and Trafalgar Square.
Those interested in exhibits and shows will find plenty of interesting museums, exhibits and venues in and around North London. Stroll around and enjoy the quiet atmosphere of Tate Modern, the British Museum and the Imperial War Museum. See a couple of the thrilling theater, dance and music shows at the Globe Theatre, the Lyceum Theatre and the Royal Opera House. Often talked about art galleries, include National Gallery, Photographers' Gallery and Queen's Gallery.
Laugh, learn and be thoroughly entertained at the areas attractions for children and parents, which include London Dungeon. Take pictures, browse the educational displays and discover the variety of species at London Aquarium.
If the sun is out, follow the lead of the locals who know the area best and make the most of the nearby parks and reserves. Spend a morning in one of the parks and gardens, which include Green Park and the St. James Park.
Visitors to the North London area should go and see London Eye, Westminster Abbey and Piccadilly Circus. The London Temple Church, the St. Brides' Church and the London St. Paul's Church offer visitors to London a chance to better understand the role religion has played in the area. Start your tour of nearby historic attractions by visiting Lambeth Palace and Nelson's Column.
Spend a few hours at Selfridges, Borough Market and Royal Exchange for a satisfying dose of retail therapy.
You’ll find North London’s sporting heart at the iconic Lord's Cricket Ground, the stomping ground of the legendary Marylebone Cricket Club cricket team in summer. True sports nuts also have the opportunity to tour the locker rooms and visit off-limits areas of Lord's Cricket Ground by joining a back stage tour.
After spending the day enjoying North London, relax for the night at one of the area’s bed-and-breakfasts, hotels or short-stay apartments. The Park Plaza Westminster Bridge London, the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel London -Tower of London and the Park Plaza Riverbank London are among the best places to stay while you are enjoying this special area.
Point A Hotel London Kings Cross – St Pancras places guests a 5-minute walk from Kings Cross St. Pancras Tube Station, and 3 minutes more to the Eurostar terminal at St. Pancras International. From these hubs, guests can reach most corners of central London within 15 minutes, not to mention Paris in just over 2 hours.
Located in City of Westminster, this eco-friendly hotel is steps from London Transport Museum and Covent Garden Market. King's College London and Royal Opera House are also within 10 minutes.
Located in Wapping, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Tower Bridge, Tower of London, and HMS Belfast.
Located on the waterfront in London's Docklands business district, the hotel overlooks the iconic Canary Wharf tower and Millennium Dome; it has easy access to both the O2 and ExCel Center.
Point A Hotel London Liverpool Street offers guests easy access to Old Spitalfields Market, a 3-minute walk away. It's also 5 minutes on foot from nightlife in trendy Shoreditch. Nearby Liverpool Street Tube Station provides quick links to St. Paul’s Cathedral and top brands on Oxford Street.
Located in Islington, this guesthouse is within 1 mi (2 km) of KoKo London and British Library. University of London and Russell Square are also within 2 mi (3 km).
Located in Earl's Court, this hotel is within 2 mi (3 km) of Natural History Museum, Royal Albert Hall, and Kensington Palace. Stamford Bridge Stadium and Imperial College London are also within 2 mi (3 km).
This large, contemporary building is located in The City, 400 meters from the Tower of London, Tower Bridge and 750 meters from the Bank of England.