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Listed below are the main areas of London, by clicking on the area you require you will be be able to obtain more information including local attractions and hotel accommodation.

Knightsbridge & Kensington (Find hotels in Knightsbridge & Kensington)
Renowned for its museums, for its Grecian extravagance and the allure of the UK best shopping. Attractions in this area include Victoria and Albert museum, Science Museum, Natural History Museum, Kensington Palace, Hyde Park, Harvey Nicholas and Harrods.

Westminster, Whitehall & St James (Find hotels in Westminster, Whitehall & St James)
The symbolic heart of London, Westminster is renowned worldwide as the heart of Britain's political and religious base. Attractions in this area include Buckingham Palace, House of Parliament, Jermyn Street, St James Park, Tate Britain and Westminster Abbey.

Mayfair & Marylebone (Find hotels Mayfair & Marylebone)
The principal heart of London shopping street with  Oxford Street, Regent Street and Piccadilly all located in the area. Attraction in the area include London Zoo, Madame Tussauds, Regents Park and Burlington Arcade.

Soho & Bloomsbury (Find hotels Soho & Bloomsbury)
Located in Soho are the majority of London's theatres as well as Chinatown, the gay quarter and the red light district. There are also plenty of colourful markets and specialist bookshops. Attractions in this area include the British Library, British Museum, Carnby Street and Liberty

Covent Garden & Holborn (Find hotels in Covent Garden & Holborn)
A very lively part of the capital packed with buskers, street entertainers with plenty of places to enjoy a meal or a snack and a whole host of quirky little shops to explore. Attractions in this area include the National Gallery, National Portrait Gallery, Royal Opera House and Trafalgar Square.

The City (Find hotels in the City)
Known as the square mile, the global finical centre of London, a very busy area Monday to Friday but as hardly nobody lives very quiet at weekends. Attractions in this area include Bank of England Museum, Museum of London, St Paul's Cathedral and the Tower of London.

South Bank (Find hotels in South Bank)
A vibrant part of London renowned for its attractions and excellent riverside walks. Londoners come to the South Bank to relax and enjoy themselves. Attractions in this area include the the Imperial War Museum, London Eye, Tate Modern, Vinopolis and the Thames Path.

Greenwich & Docks (Find hotels in Greenwich & Docks)
Home to Maritime Greenwich which is a World Heritage Site, lively street markets and elegant Georgian buildings and shops full of character. Attractions in this area include the Cutty Sark, Greenwich markets and National Maritime Museum.

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