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London is well known for having some of the most exclusive nightclubs in the world. With all of the rich and famous coming to London and hitting the club scene, it makes London the best location for that night out. The nightlife in London generally is scattered around town, however there are 2 main areas where most of the top places are located. West End and Chelsea

For detailed information on places to visit, please visit www.londontown.com & www.arrivalguides.com

Below are few of the key attractions London is famous for.

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Buckingham Palace

(Approximately 45 mins by public transport) 

Buckingham Palace has served as the official London residence of Britain's Sovereigns since 1837. It evolved from a town house that was owned from the biginning of the eighteenth century by the Dukes of Buckingham. Today it is the Queen's official residence.
www.royal.gov.uk
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Houses of Parliament

(Approximately 45 mins by public transport) 

The Houses of Parliament, otherwise known as The Palace of Westminster, stands on the site where Edward the Confessor had the original palace built in the first half of the eleventh century. Parliament is open to all members of the UK public and overseas visitors. You can watch laws being made, attend debates and committees, tour the buildings, or climb the Clock Tower.
www.parliament.uk
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Westminster Abbey

(Approximately 50 mins by public transport) 

The abbey was started in about 1045 by King Edward I, who consolidated Norman influences and the English kingdom. The abbey continues as an active site of worship today. A major landmark in London, and the site of coronation for the English monarchy.
www.westminster-abbey.org
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St James's Park

(Approximately 45 mins by public transport) 

St James's Park undefined The Green Park lying to the East of Buckingham Palace, were acquired by King Henry VIII at the same time as Hyde Park. Just across from St James's lie the Victoria Tower Gardens, which are also in the care of the Royal Parks Agency. Against the splendid backdrop of the Houses of Parliament and Big Ben, these small gardens overlook the River Thames
www.royalparks.org.uk
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Wembley Stadium

(Approximately 40 mins by public transport)

The home of English football since 1923, the new Wembley Stadium opened in Spring 2007 and quickly reestablished itself as the country's leading venue for sports and entertainment events. Operated by Wembley National Stadium Limited, a fully owned subsidiary of The Football Association, the new stadium offers up to 90,000 fans the opportunity to watch world-class events with unrivalled views of the action in state-of-the-art facilities. Wembley Stadium plays host to The FA's flagship events including all senior England home internationals, The FA Cup Final and Semi Finals, The Community Shield and The FA Carlsberg Vase and Trophy Finals.
www.wembleystadium.com
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Alexandra Palace

(Approximately 60 mins by public transport)

Alexandra Palace is London's most stylish and versatile venue for exhibitions, conferences, hospitality and private celebrations; from the most intimate to large-scale events. Opened in 1873, the Palace has a long and fascinating history, yet has been extensively renovated and refurbished to meet the needs of modern event organisers with an excellent range of multi-purpose halls and smaller rooms. Set in 196 acres of gorgeous parkland overlooking London, it is conveniently located between Muswell Hill and Wood Green, just five miles from Piccadilly Circus.
www.alexandrapalace.com
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Brent Cross Shopping Centre

(Approximately 25 mins by public transport)

Whatever your taste in fashion or food, you find there's something just for you at Brent Cross London's North West End. With over 120 stylish shops, cafes and restaurants, including John Lewis and Fenwick, the choice is simply fantastic. And getting to Brent Cross couldn't be easier there's great tube and bus links and free parking for up to 8,000 cars.
www.brentcross.co.uk
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Golders Hill Park

(Approximately 5 mins walk)

Facilities include an animal enclosure, a bandstand, children's play area, cafe, toilets. Sports facilities include grass and hard tennis courts and golf practice nets.
Tel: 020 7332 3511
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Highgate Hospital

(Approximately 30 mins by public transport)

Established over 25 years, we offer a wide range of private hospital services including orthopaedic and general surgery, women's health care, cardiology, physiotherapy, ultrasound, health screens, laser varicose veins, ETS surgery, endoscopy, urology, paediatric medicine and most other specialities. 
We are renowned for our superb standards of nursing care and pride ourselves on being North London's local private hospital, whether you are insured or paying for your own treatment.
www.highgatehospital.co.uk 
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Golders Green - Trinity Church

(Approximately 12 mins by public transport)

Trinity Church is a multi-cultural Church. There are over fifteen nationalities worshipping together each Sunday. The largest groups are Ghanaians, Filipinos, Malaysians, English, Caribbean, and others from many African Countries. We are a growing Church, with a mixed group of people. There are different ways of worship so you will not be left out if you join us. As a multi-cultural Church we are trying to learn of the ways of God and to put them into practice as a family in the community. A warm welcome always awaits you.
www.barnetmethodist.co.uk
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