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West End

West End is a great base for your visit to London, the national capital of England.

Packages in West End

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West End Vacation Packages

Home to around 7,600,000 inhabitants, this buzzing city is packed full of surprises. West End is located 0.4 miles from the middle of London. The nearest airport, London City Airport, is approximately 8 miles to the east.

Ready to go sightseeing? Queen's House and University of Greenwich are ideal if you'd rather not stray far away. Swing by Greenwich Market and Olympic Village if you have time to spare. To experience another side of London, try the adjacent neighborhoods Jermyn Street and Savile Row.

You will find St. Paul's Cathedral, one of the top tourist sights in the region, 2 miles to the east.

While touring around the heart of London, spend a few hours at Tower Bridge and London City Hall. The Gherkin and Royal Exchange are additional choices.

Roman Baths, Hippodrome Casino, Empire Casino and Genting Casino Chinatown London are ideal for those traveling without children.

Some terrific cultural places are ready for you. Start at Southbank Centre, Tate Britain, Photographers' Gallery and Royal Academy of Arts.

Study the captivating collections at Tate Modern, National Gallery, Wallace Collection and Victoria and Albert Museum. An afternoon of gallery hopping will be sure to satisfy your art cravings.

Roaming through a museum is an easy way to escape a cold and stormy day. Make sure you ask about guided and self-guided tours at Geffrye Museum, Imperial War Museum, Charles Dickens Museum and Florence Nightingale Museum.

Buy your pass, locate your seat and get ready for a night of entertainment at a local venue, such as Hackney Empire, Globe Theatre, Royal National Theatre and O2 Academy Brixton.

Sea Life London Aquarium, Covent Garden, British Library and London Senate House Library are some suggested child-friendly places. Keep your kids engaged while you take a break.

Head down to London Zoo, Kentish Town City Farm and Vauxhall City Farm to introduce your kids to some stars of the animal kingdom.

Are the kids getting fidgety? Give them an opportunity to run wild for a few hours at London Eye, The Castle Climbing Centre, Highbury Pool and Parliament Hill Lido.

Relax in the pleasing natural surrounds of Primrose Hill, Queen Mary's Gardens, Hampstead Ponds and Eastern Curve Gardens.

There's nothing like a day at the beach. Whether you want to take a swim or just stretch your legs along the shoreline, Shell Beach and Rushy Bay are where you want to be.

Camley Street Natural Park and Chelsea Physic Garden can give you glimpses of the plants, trees and birds that exist in the region.

Nearby parklands include London Fields, Hoxton Square, Victoria Embankment Gardens and Bloomsbury Square. Take a walk or read a newspaper in the shade.

Head to Old Spitalfields Market, Leadenhall Market, Borough Market and Smithfield Market to get your shopping fix. You won't regret it!

Understand more about the past at a few of the close by historic sights, such as Southwark Cathedral, London South Bank University, Old Bailey and Blackfriars Bridge.

If you're interested in sacred places, you ought to visit London Temple Church, Westminster Abbey, Westminster Cathedral and Brompton Oratory.

Show off the team colors, buy a few snacks and have a blast when the Marylebone Cricket Club play against their rivals at Lord's Cricket Ground. Sports lovers also have the chance to snoop around the locker rooms and visit the VIP boxes when they sign up for a behind-the-scenes tour.

Accommodation in West End

The Expedia West End hotels guide lists as many as 1158 opulent and budget overnight stay options, so you shouldn't have any problems finding a great place in this popular destination.

The Bulgari Hotel, London, at 171 Knightsbridge, and the Mandarin Oriental Hyde Park, London, at 66 Knightsbridge, are two nice examples of upmarket hotels in West End. Alternatively, The Sloane Square Hotel, at 7–12 Sloane Square, and the Montana Hotel London, at 67/69 Gloucester Road, are some properties worth considering if you're traveling on the cheap.

While you are in West End you won't want to miss St. Paul's Cathedral, so another option is to find a place within walking distance of this famed attraction. The Market View by BridgeStreet is around 0.3 miles away. Another alternative is The Kings Wardrobe Serviced Apartments by BridgeStreet, which is around 0.06 miles away.

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