Exploring the different areas in London


All the areas of London offer something different. North London for instance is a far cry from the activity and bustle of excitement that can be found in central west London. Here you can find an old world feel – where the architecture is particularly old in style. Camden Market can be found in North London – and is part of the collection of the oldest hotels in London. East London on the other hand is a little different. It’s a conglomeration of Asian cultures, and is the perfect area to visit and explore if you’re looking to enjoy the famous British curries.

South London represents the more sophisticated side of London – with its array of splendid attractions. The South Bank features the London Dome, the river peninsula, and much more. Plenty of delightful high class restaurants can also be found. West London on the other hand is filled with lush green areas, marvellous buildings, and the best gardens in the city. If you’re looking after a peaceful refuge in London then this is the place to be at. The Park Grand Paddington Court Hotel is one the few hotels in the city with great London hotels deals.

Oxford Street in London

Central London is thriving epicentre of the city – and the aforementioned accommodation gives you access to the best it has to offer. You can take a walk down to Hyde Park, Oxford Street, and Covent Garden – all within thirty minutes. London is a place that’s full of culture, sights, and attractions – but if you want to see what it’s all about, then you need to be near the hub of the city.

What’s fascinating about this city is how truly multicultural it is. London’s Arabic, American, and Greek communities can for instance be found in Bayswater. While more of the Indian populace can be found in East London. Wherever you go in London, you’ll find something exciting and novel to rejoice in.

In conclusion, when you’re visiting London, we recommend you staying longer than a week. Three to four day trips don’t do the city justice, and you won’t get the full experience of the city that way. With a seven day trip or so, you will have time to traverse into all the distinctive, famous areas of the city – as well as exploring the less common areas. After all, you don’t only have to settle for the top tourist attractions when you visit London.