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The ultimate city break

To say that London has it all is an understatement. Whatever you’re hoping to find in a city, the chances are the English capital will have it in abundance. Rich history is brought to life through incredible buildings and museums, world-class galleries display modern and classic art, innovative chefs serve acclaimed global cuisine, there’s cutting-edge nightlife and shopping opportunities galore. Even several London city breaks couldn’t cover it all, but don’t let that put you off. Just dive in and explore.

London’s strength is its diversity. Switch from gazing at Buckingham Palace with the masses to taking a peaceful boat trip in a park. Feast on a curry in Brick Lane, sip a pint in a cosy pub and dance until dawn at a heaving nightclub – all within the space of a few hours. The headline sights – like the Tower of London, Tate Modern, the Houses of Parliament – are must-sees, of course, but those who factor in time for lesser-known spots and smaller venues will reap the benefits of a city that is constantly growing and evolving.

City breaks to London are an exciting prospect for anyone and everyone, whether you’re visiting with children and family, as a couple or travelling solo. And rest assured that whatever time of year you arrive, you’ll never be stuck for things to do.

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Your London questions, answered

London’s traffic makes driving slow and parking a nightmare. It’s easier and quicker to use public transport. For short distances, consider renting a bike from an on-street hire scheme.
A ‘fry-up’ for breakfast, afternoon tea and fish and chips for dinner covers a few British classics – but London offers incredible global cuisine, so make the most of that, too.
Several of London’s most famous museums and galleries are free to enter, as are most markets and parks. With a little research you might find free comedy and music.

Hotels in London City

Caesar Hotel
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Cafe Royal
2,456 reviews
Citadines Holborn
1,728 reviews
COMO The Halkin
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Dolphin House
1,508 reviews
Draycott Hotel
971 reviews
Flemings Mayfair
3,336 reviews
Good Hotel
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H10 London Waterloo
4,434 reviews
Hilton Canary Wharf
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Hotel 41
4,010 reviews
Hotel Saint
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L oscar London
530 reviews
Leigham Court
356 reviews
London Bridge Hotel
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London House Hotel
3,181 reviews
Megaro Hotel
3,883 reviews
Novotel London West
5,506 reviews
Phoenix Hotel
2,645 reviews
Point A Kings Cross
7,539 reviews
Point A Shoreditch
2,093 reviews
President
5,310 reviews
Royal Garden
5,140 reviews
Royal Horseguards
7,420 reviews
Strand Palace
1,570 reviews
Tavistock
3,600 reviews
The Ampersand Hotel
4,936 reviews
The Baileys Hotel
2,179 reviews
The Belgrave
1,878 reviews
The California
3,007 reviews
The Cranley
1,508 reviews
The Cumberland
3,686 reviews
The Egerton House
2,159 reviews
The Gyle
534 reviews
The Hari
1,954 reviews
The Landmark
796 reviews
The Langham London
2,267 reviews
The Lensbury Resort
1,071 reviews
The London Edition
1,665 reviews
The Portland
217 reviews
The Arch London
263 reviews
The Rathbone
1,576 reviews
The Ritz London
5,192 reviews
The Waldorf Hilton
6,358 reviews
The Wesley Euston
2,314 reviews
Thistle Holborn
3,509 reviews
Thistle Hyde Park
1,262 reviews
Thistle Piccadilly
1,842 reviews