London is the most popular destination in the traveling throughout visit England. It’s the home of Sherlock Holmes and William Shakespeare; there are famous red double-decker buses and telephone booths, smog and rain, stiff manners, lords and ladies in this city.
Almost all hotels in London have a number of specific features: firstly, hotel prices in London are the most expensive in the world, and secondly, the hotel prices in London usually grow very much during the sporting events. During hotel price comparison try to choose accommodation in London close to the transport links as going with a lot of switches is very expensive in London. Most cheap and modern hotels are built on the outskirts of London.
There is a huge number world famous attractions places to go in London such as London Eye, Tower Museum and Tower Bridge, Buckingham Palace, St Paul’s Cathedral, Big Ben, Piccadilly Circus and Trafalgar Square, but in fact these are not the most impressive sightseeing in London that are worth booking a hotel here. Numerous parks located in different parts of London, far and not very far from hotels, and famous English pubs– these are the things that you should see.
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|Area (km2)||243,610 km²|