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Information about forthcoming events in London during 2005.

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12th November 2005
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Covent Garden & Holborn
A unique district of London located around Trafalgar Square and Covent Garden, the area is a wash with open air cafes, tiny shops selling quirky goods, in the summer months buskers and street entertainers abound.

So Much to see and do

How to get there.

The best tube stations Covent Garden and  Holborn are,  Charing Cross, Covent Garden and Leicester Square, for Holborn you will need the Chancery Lane and Holborn and Temple tube stations.

What to see at Covent Garden & Holborn.

The National Gallery (Tel:020 7747 2885) is a superb collection of West European art and critically acclaimed to be the finest art Gallery in the UK. Lovers of Opera will enjoy the lavish productions staged at the Opera House, the building has been redeveloped and in recent years has become a popular meeting point  during the day.

One of the most famous areas of London, Trafalgar Square with Nelson Column with its bronze lions as its is focal point has long been a meeting point for tourists, rallied and demonstrations. You must have your photo taken with the lions.

Hotels Near Covent Garden

  St Georges Hotel
14-15 Langham Place,
City of Westminster, London
Rooms from: £88.00
(Distance: 0.1m)

  Gresham Hotel
36 Bloomsbury Street,
Camden, London
Rooms from: £40.00
Distance: 0.2m)

  Thistle Bloomsbury
Bloomsbury Way,
Camden, London
Rooms from: £129.00
(Distance: 0.2m)

6 Frith Street, Soho, City of Westminster, London
Rooms from: £169.00
Distance: 0.2m)

   St Giles Hotel
Bedford Avenue,
Camden, London
Rooms from: £69.00
Distance: 0.2m)

 Montague on the Gardens

15 Montague Street,
Camden, London
Rooms from: £79.00
Distance: 0.3m)

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