The Best Area to Stay in London by itinerarioWeb
London is the capital and the most populous city of the United Kingdom, as well as the most populous municipality in Europe. It is considered to be one of the world’s leading financial, commercial and political centers of the world.
London welcomes each year more than millions of tourists that are attracted to this great cosmopolitan city. There are some iconic symbols that are very representative of London, such as the Westminster Abbey, the very well-known Big Ben, the Buckingham Palace – the residence of the British Royalty – the Piccadilly Circus, and the Tower Bridge over Thames, the largest river in Great Britain.
But London is much more than that. Near these tourist attractions, and located in the best area to stay in London, it is recommendable to go for a walk around Hyde Park. In there, you’ll be able to disconnect from the hustle and bustle of this big city by cycling around its 350 acres of extension, walk beside the squirrels, or even boat on the Serpentine.
Our selection of Hotels to stay in London next to three indispensable tourist sites.
|Travel Joy Hostel||43-58€||8,4|
|Motel One London – Tower Hill||160-203€||8,8|
|The Z Hotel Shoreditch||156-224€||8,7|
|DoubleTree by Hilton Hyde Park||180-240€||8,6|
|Hilton London Bankside||339-467€||9,5|
Another place that is close to Hyde Park, and that we should not miss, is Harrods – one of the most famous department stores of the world-. Following the Harrods’ visit it is advisable to visit Oxford Street in order to continue with shopping! Yes, you are in the commercial area of London, and they will lead us – apart from the shops and stores – to some of the emblematic places of the city such as the triangle formed by Piccadilly Circus, Oxford Circus and Leicester Square.
Is that everything that London has to offer us? Not really… In fact, there is much more! In the City of Westminster, we can admire the so-called Trafalgar Square, where some pieces of art of Van Gogh or Michelangelo can be seen in the National Gallery. Although this part of the city is mostly known for its Abbey and its famous world-over clock, the Big Ben; another must in our list is the London Eye, which will allow us to take a number of selfies!
Last, but not least, we encourage our travelers to take the London Tube and leave the best area to stay in London in order to enjoy the experience of drinking a pint of black beer in Covent Garden, having the dinner in any of the restaurants of Chinatown, crossing the Abbey Road pedestrian crossing, seeing the Phantom of the Opera or spending the afternoon in Camden Market.