Light Entertainment in Bethnal Green

Bethnal Green is known as a sleepy little area that can found around London Stansted Airport, however there is much more to Bethnal Green than most people realise. If you are flying out from Stansted and want to spend a few hours before your flight exploring Bethnal Green there are some great places to visit.…

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Chelsea: From Sloane Square to King’s Road

Chelsea has so much more to offer than a Premier League football team and the cast of the TV series, Made in Chelsea. There are some of the finest restaurants in London that can be found in Chelsea along with some excellent shopping and the opportunity to enjoy afternoon tea in some of London’s best…

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London Victoria: Gateway to Westminster

London Victoria is often seen as the gateway to Westminster and St James in London as it is the closest railway station and London Underground station to the most prestigious and elegant areas of London. Named after Queen Victoria, the British monarch, who was also known as the Empress of India and saw the British…

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London Paddington: Bear, Station & Brunel

London Paddington is one of the most famous railway stations in London after Kings Cross. This is not down to it being designed by Isambard Kingdom Brunel or that it is now 150 years old. It is mostly down to the fact that in the 1960s a marmalade obsessed bear became synonymous with it. Paddington…

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Regent’s Canal: A quieter way to see London

Regent’s Canal starts it quiet and peaceful route through London in Little Venice and ends it in the Docklands. The canal is named after George IV whilst he was Prince Regent and is part of London’s Grand Union Canal. Regent’s Canal is one of the most unique ways of journeying around London and allows you…

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From Nursery Rhyme to Modern Metropolis

Though London Bridge is famous for many things, the nursery rhyme “London Bridge is falling down” is one that many British children can recall from childhood however there is much more to the London Bridge area now than an old crumbling bridge – in fact London Bridge is structurally sound. Originally London Bridge was the…

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Southall: Little India

One of the most diverse areas of London you can visit is the Southall area. Found in West London, this colourful and vibrant area of the city is known as “Little India” due to the heavy influence of India culture as well as Pakistani culture. These eastern influences combine with communities from all over the…

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Euston Road Take Me Home

London Euston is best known as the railway station that can be found on Euston Road in Camden, however the area around London Euston is packed full of attractions that you might otherwise miss if you are merely going there to visit Camden Town. The British Library The British Library is the ultimate destination in…

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London’s Premiere Square

Leicester Square is the best place in London to find entertainment whether it is in the form of trying your luck at a casino or cheering for the Hollywood superstars that walk the red carpet outside the cinemas in The Square. The Square The Square in Leicester Square is home to the Odeon Cinema and…

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