London UK
London Geography
Central London encompasses most of Londonís main attractions, theatres and restaurants, and most places within this area are in walking distance of each other. With a basic city map, youíll be able find your way around easily and take in some sights on the way.
The River Thames divides the city into northern and southern halves, with Central London loosely described as being within the loop of the Undergroundís Circle Line to the north bank of the river. Londonís public transport is organised into zones, central London being Zone 1 with the zone numbers rising as one moves out from the centre. The city is also divided into boroughs which are individually run by councils. There are 32 London boroughs plus the City of London. 
Every area of London has something different to offer, whether itís attractions, open space, cuisine, nightlife or simply atmosphere. West London is renowned for its plush and expensive areas such as Kensington and Belgravia. It is the home of many major attractions, from the Royal Albert Hall to Kew gardens, and has excellent shopping grounds and beautiful architecture. 
North London contains appealing inner-city suburbs like Islington and Camden Town and has a lively social scene. East London is an area of great diversity, from the Bengali-influenced Brick Lane, to trendy Shoreditch and the modern Docklands area encompassing Canary Wharf. South London has a vibrant multi-cultural atmosphere. It incorporates many attractions and venues including the South Bank centre, the lively international street markets of Brixton and Deptford, hip and happening Clapham and sedate Blackheath. 
English is Londonís primary language, although approximately 300 languages are now spoken in this multi-cultural city. The English that is spoken in London today is a hybrid incorporating borrowed foreign words, traditional cockney rhyming slang and a standard south-eastern accent. In some parts of London English is now the second language for the majority of residents. A difficult and illogical language to learn anyway, the English language in London is in constant flux as it is influenced by new ideas and communities.
England City Tour is no doubt incomplete without London Travel. London, the capital of England is well connected to all the major cities of the world. Getting to London is a child's play and the credit for that go to its excellent airways, railways and roadways.

Reach anywhere in England and United Kingdom within few minutes by boarding the flights to and from London, which no doubt is the fastest way to travel around London. Tourists can also avail the rail and road service for getting to London.

By Air: With the presence of five airports, getting to London is not a problem at all. One of the busiest airports in the world, London Heathrow Airport is the largest of the five airports in London. Located in the London Borough of Hillingdon, London Heathrow Airport is just 15 miles west of Charing Cross in Central London. Another major airport of London is the Gatwick Airport that is located at a distance of 40 km from south of London. Getting to London can also be made possible through Luton Airport, London Southend Airport, Stanstead Airport and London City Airport. Delta Airlines, Lithuanian Airlines, Royal Air Maroc, Emirates, Air Atlanta, British Airways, Air France and Thomas Cook Airlines are some of the flights to and from London made available at the Airports in London. 

By Rail: London Travel is made easier by a wide array of railway stations in London. Known as the busiest railway station of London, London Euston Railway Station is well connected to all the major cities of England and Scotland. Clapham Junction is another busy railway station that makes getting to London an enjoyable event. Connecting Waterloo and London Bridge Stations is the Charing Cross Station in London. Tourists can also choose to board trains from the Kings Cross Railway Station to reach London. Docklands Light Railway is the latest addition to London railways working on the latest technologies. 

London roads
By Road: Reach London by availing services of National Express, Eurolines and MegaBus operators. Feel free to choose from a variety of Minicabs, Double Decker Buses, Taxis and Lady Mini Cabs for getting around the Top Attractions of London. 

London is just 56 miles from Oxford, 59 miles from Brighton, 62 miles from Canterbury, 81 miles from Southampton, 116 miles from Bath, 115 miles from Norwich, 120 miles from Birmingham and 120 miles from Bristol.

Listed below are some of the popular hotels in London: - 
Hotel Claridge's (5*****) 

Located on the corner of Brook Street and Davies Street, Hotel Claridge's is a luxurious Five Star Hotel in London ready to serve you with the best of facilities. Accommodation in Hotel Claridge's offers you to stay in any of the 203 luxurious rooms. Avail the superb facilities like Make-up mirrors, alarm clocks, wake-up facilities, hair dryer, central heating, decorative fireplaces, room service and mini bar at Hotel Claridge's. Tickle your taste buds with some mouthwatering delicacies at the restaurants and bars located at Hotel Claridge's in London. 

The Rockwell (4****) 

Dipped in contemporary style, Hotel The Rockwell is situated in the London Borough of Kensington and Chelsea. Comprising of 40 rooms, all well furnished, The Rockwell Hotel is one of the best Four Star Hotels in London. Some of the facilities provided at The Rockwell Hotel are voicemail, direct dial telephone, broadband Internet access, 24-hour room service, satellite television and air-conditioner. Relish the tempting delicacies at the restaurants and bars of The Rockwell Hotel in London during your London Travel. 

Hotel Blue Bells (3***) 

Ideally located in fashionable Notting Hill area of Central London, Hotel Blue Bells is a superb three star hotel located in London. In all Hotel Blue Bells comprises of 28 well-furnished rooms. Mini bar, tea/coffee machine, hair dryer, free wi-fi access, TV, Direct dial Telephone are some of the basic amenities available at Hotel Blue Bells in London. This bed and breakfast style hotel offers you to dine in a variety of restaurants and bars

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