London: Districts and Landmarks

A guide to London's most famous districts and landmarks

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London, England is a city renowned for its famous districts, landmarks and hotels. London grew out of two cities, the original City of London and the City of Westminster. One of the city's major attractions is its vast areas of open parkland, commons and woodland.

London has some of the world's most famous districts and landmarks, such as the Houses of Parliament, the Tower of London, the British Airways London Eye, and Buckingham Palace. Within central London are the districts of Westminster and the West End; Westminster famous for being the centre of British government and the West End famous for its numerous theatres and renowned shopping districts. Other districts in London include Mayfair, Kensington and Chelsea, Soho and Knightsbridge, all of which have their own distinct characteristics, such as the grand architecture of Mayfair and the lively, colourful streets of Soho. London has a selection of the world's finest restaurants and hotels scattered throughout its many districts.

Excellent London Tours:

- see most of London's most famous attractions for free and avoid waiting in any queues with the London Pass, including Tower of London, Hampton Court Palace, London Zoo, Britain at War Museum and St. Paulís Cathedral. Available as one, two, three, or six day passes.
- visit homes and hotels used by the rich and famous, the settings of world-loved movies, and iconic London locations such as Abbey Road with this Celebrity Bus Tour of London.

Click here for information on London's districts and district map

Click here for a list of London's landmarks

Click here for a list of London's hotels

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