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  • 21

    Kensington Palace

    38 reviews

    Kensington Palace is contained within Kensington Gardens, and is an impressive architectural building in its own right.

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  • 22

    London Fields

    3 reviews

    At the first sign of sunshine, us Brits love to whip off our clothes, purchase a few beers from the local corner shop, and head to the nearest park where we torch our transparent skin under the rays of the sun. The number one outdoor spot for East London’s huge gay community is London Fields. On a summer’s day in ...

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  • 23

    London Aquarium

    30 reviews

    This is one of the better aquariums I've been to. AThe shark tank in particular was very impressive and cool. When I showed people the pics they thought I went scuba diving...they could'nt believe they were from London not Carribean waters...

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  • 24


    2 reviews

    One of the original yoga studios in London. Offers a wide range of classes from some of the world's best instructors. Lovely setting. Nice little cafe. In gorgeous Primrose Hill.

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  • 25

    Royal Botanic Gardens

    15 reviews

    Kew Gardens is absolutely wonderful. It's massive so expect to be walking a bit. But there's a photo opportunity anywhere you look. So much to take in you can easily spend hours there (I know I did). Definitely try to go early in the morning when they open up. You am avoid the bigger crowds, and it's so much more ...

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  • 26

    Brighton Beach

    16 reviews


If you’re looking for a typical English seaside town, Brighton is just the opposite! Brighton is full of life year round, but it’s much different from the busy urban atmosphere in London. Tourists and residents alike are more relaxed and laidback and this probably has something to do with being next to such a glorious seaside. The main attraction in ...

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  • 27

    Hide Park

    11 reviews

    Sitio emblemático de la ciudad. Vale la pena caminiarlo, pasar por "Hide Park Corner" famosa por los oradores espontáneos que hablan sobre diferentes temas, algunos sólo de interés para ellos y sus escoltas. Muy pintoresco sitio

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  • 28

    Little Venice

    11 reviews

    A hidden gem in London. Walk along the canal in this part of town to discover quirky cafes and people. Good pubs and pretty architecture nearby as well.

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  • 29

    St Albans Abbey

    3 reviews

    Very pretty cathedral at one end of the high street

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  • 30

    The Herschel Arms

    2 reviews

    best music and craic east of the M25. You've got to go a long way to find a better atmosphere 7 days a week.

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  • 31

    Cotswold Outdoor

    2 reviews

    The waters at Bath have been believed to have healing powers since Roman times. They established the town as 'Aquae Sulis' in AD 43, and visitors should visit the Great Bath, much of which is untouched Roman architecture. Bath has been a designated World Heritage Site since 1987, reflecting the important historic architecture, which includes the Roman Baths, Bath Abbey ...

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  • 32


    59 reviews

    This is one of those "world wonders" you must visit if you are in the UK. Visit the monument first and then go to the museum/exposition nearby where they explain in detail the different building periods, the history and the most probable use of this monument

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  • 33

    Hyde Park

    29 reviews

    It is always the best place for having piece of sandwiches and taking a lovely nap, lying on meadow under sunshine. Apart from busy crowded routes, u'll discover how peaceful London is.

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  • 34

    Camden Lock

    43 reviews

    Camden Lock is a really great place with a wide variety of food and other shops. It can be quite overwhelming whenever you're looking for something specific. Even sometimes getting food can be a bit of hassle because there's so much to choose from. I've never had a horrible meal from any of the stalls, so I think any of ...

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  • 35

    Millook Haven Beach

    2 reviews
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  • 36

    Cabaret Voltaire

    2 reviews

    Fun, hip, eclectic club that was the epicentre of the rebirth of the Edinburgh scene. Not to miss.

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  • 37

    St James's Park

    79 reviews

    The oldest royal park in London, right next to Buckingham Palace. Enjoy the view of the Palace from the lake in the middle of the park. Also check out the quaint cottage at Duck Island, which is the largest of two islands in the lake.

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  • 38

    Scott Polar Research Institute

    2 reviews

    Not to all tastes, perhaps, but important research centre for polar research with important small museum with high quality exhibits. Exciting stuff for those who care about the environment.

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  • 39

    The British Museum

    224 reviews

    You can visit the British Museum for days, hours or just to run in and see the famed Rosetta Stone. It's free and open every day from 10 - 17:30. It's got treasures from the dawn of civilization, the statues from the Parthenon, Egyptian mummies, battle axes, and the bling of fallen civilizations.

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  • 40

    Tower of London

    250 reviews

    I dream of Tower London never been there real life ... Love be there before pass out . My Goal first trip to London I love UK places

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