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London, the capital hub of the UK, has everything you could possibly imagine a city to host to ensure a great trip – culture, heritage, shopping, restaurants, green parks, famous landmarks and events happening throughout the year.

To help you identify the best places to visit we've divided London into its various districts, to give you a taste of everything that's on offer. Come and take a look at our guides of our recommended things to see and do in London.

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Canary Wharf

Canary Wharf is renowned as London’s business district, making it a great location for business travellers, but you may be surprised to see how close many of London's sights and attractions are.

Restaurants and bars line the docklands, whilst London Bridge and Waterloo are just a short tube ride away. Take a look at our guide of recommended things to do during your stay!

South of the River

This part of London has been recognised as an arts and entertainment district, where restaurants and bars line the banks of the river, alongside the IMAX, London Television Centre and the OXO Tower.

A great location for business and leisure travellers, here is our guide of the best restaurants and things to do during your visit.

The City of London

Staying in The City, you’ll never be far from the major landmarks and attractions of London. The Barbican arts centre, St Paul’s Cathedral and trendy Brick Lane are close by, whilst Covent Garden, Leicester Square and Tower Bridge are just a short tube ride away.

The City is the perfect base for your visit to London - take a look at our guide of all the things to see and do.

The West End

London’s West End is the home of theatre, with a vast array of venues throughout the area. Come and wander the cobbled streets of Covent Garden, shop 'til you drop on famous Oxford Street or enjoy an evening of entertainment by watching a broadway show.

We've created these guides to help you browse of the great things to see and do in this must visit part of London.

West London

West London covers many prestigious districts such as Knightsbridge, Chelsea and Notting Hill, and is home to some of the most exclusive streets in London.

A visit to London is not complete without a trip to the iconic Harrods store, whilst most of the city’s top attractions lie in this area too - check out our guide to find tips of where to go and what to see.