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Things to see in London
A stalwart of the London tourist scene for many years now, Madame Tussauds continues to attract throngs of visitors, eager to catch sight of incredibly life-like models of well-known public figures. Have your photo taken with royal couple Will and Kate, and get up close with over 300 celebrities from throughout the ages, ranging from Shakespeare to Usain Bolt. Another popular attraction that’s been drawing in the crowds for years—since 1753 to be precise—is the British Museum, home to a collection of priceless art and relics from across the globe. World-famous artefacts such as the Rosetta Stone, Parthenon sculptures, and a number of Egyptian mummies are housed in this spectacular building. For a more modern view of London, take a spin on the gigantic London Eye, from whose lofty summit you’ll have spectacular 40-kilometer views across the city.
4-star hotels in London
Whether you’ve jetted into London for a business meeting, or are simply planning a few days’ vacation in the famous old city, a stay at a 4-star London hotel will make your break in the British capital a relaxing and hassle-free affair. No matter what part of the city you want to stay in, you’ll find a great selection of four-star hotel offerings, with styles ranging from sleek, modern boutique hotels to stylish and quirky art hotels—each providing a unique take on top-class accommodation in the city, which can include amenities like on-site bars, gourmet restaurants, and even spas and treatment rooms.
Where to stay in London
While there are hundreds of 4-star hotels in London to choose from, one of the most popular areas to stay is the plush Kensington neighborhood. It also boasts great designer shopping, the beautiful Kensington Gardens, and regular direct connections to Heathrow Airport. If you’re looking for a hotel closer to the historic center of the city, then the area around the Tower of London can provide good-quality accommodation within walking distance of attractions like the Big Ben and Westminster Abbey. If you’re in town to catch a West End show, then a hotel in the Leicester Square, Covent Garden area puts you a stone’s throw from some of the best shows in London.
How to get to London
London’s transportation network, encompassing bus, rail, underground systems, can take a little getting used to, but when you do, you’ll marvel at how millions of people are moved around, in, and out of the city every day. The city’s 6 (yes, 6!) major international airports process more passengers annually than any other city in the world, and they are also well served by connections into and out of the city center. The Heathrow Express train will bring you to or from the city’s massive main airport in just 15 minutes, and a high-speed train line connects the city with Paris and mainland Europe.
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