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Refinement and luxury. You’ll find these in Knightsbridge in abundance, in the heart of London’s West End and the home of some of the finest shopping and attractions in the capital. But there’s also hidden flair, with a wonderful range of activities on offer that most guidebooks won’t show you.

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Wimbledon Common


Game, set and match: welcome to Wimbledon. Each year Britain goes mad for tennis, and it all takes place in this spacious, leafy suburb of South London. You can escape the city and enjoy Wimbledon Village, while the High Street is home to a well-established series of independent shops and traditional pubs.

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Battersea power station


While the heavy industry may have disappeared long ago what remains is a striking industrial landscape crowned by the jewel of Battersea Power Station, one of London’s most celebrated landmarks. Battersea has historically been the commercial heart of South London, but is now the centre of history in the making.

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Primrose Hill

A beautiful escape from the bustle of the city below, the hill is popular for long walks and summer picnics. The highlight of the area is one of the best views in London, from where you can see London’s stunning cityscape, particularly in the evening.

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Maida Vale

An oasis of calm providing a shelter from the hustle of central London Maida Vale is framed by London’s most attractive green spaces – in Queen’s Park, Hyde Park and Regent’s Park. It is best known for the canals bisecting the area that rightfully provide its name of ‘Little Venice’.

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Angel and Islington

Rolling terraced houses interspersed with intense banks of greenery aren’t the only thing Islington is known for. The overwhelming sensation is that you can breathe: the best culture, restaurants, quirky venues and independent shops without the overwhelming crowds.

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Covent Garden

If you suddenly have some free time on your hands – Covent Garden would be an ideal place to wonder around and you will never feel lonely with its street musicians, magicians and entire buzzing atmosphere.

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Notting Hill

It is a charming area of London with its little shops, cafes, bars and pubs as well so good-looking buildings with colourful doors. Wonder around Portobello market, explore local shops and enjoy some delicious locally made food.

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The area has been intensely influenced by Caribbean, African, West Indian and Asian cultures. This multicultural blend resulted in a plethora of independent bars and restaurants with its ethnical charm and quirky cuisines.

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One of London’s most distinctive and fashionable areas, Shoreditch is home to trendy bars and popular hang outs at whatever time of the day. Very central and incredibly vibrant, Shoreditch is undoubtedly one of London’s coolest places to visit.

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Situated on the Thames in South-East London, Greenwich is a historically rich area with plenty of green space and echoes of its great maritime heritage. Excellent for families and fun days out with the centre of London only a boat ride away.

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Framed by Regents Park to the north and Oxford Street to the south, Marylebone is the perfect city-centre base, an essential London shopping destination – and famously the setting for Sherlock Holmes’ apartment in Baker Street.

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Tower Bridge

Home to one of London’s most iconic landmarks, the Tower Bridge area is a superb central base for exploring the city’s most historic streets, enjoying riverside dining and walks along the Thames.

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Nestled on the riverbank, just 20 minutes by train from the city centre, Richmond is known for its quaint village-feel, chic riverside cafés and lush green spaces – including the Royal Botanic Gardens at Kew.

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You would never guess how close you are to the centre of London in this stunning area characterised by its numerous pubs and restaurants along the river overlooking the iconic Putney Bridge.

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An affluent and culturally-rich area next-door to the centre of London, the fashionable area of Kensington is perfect for shopping, museums and parks. It’s certainly a place to be seen and not to be missed.

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A peaceful and relaxing area by the Thames, Barnes is adorned with beautiful houses and a local village feel.

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Fulham and Hammersmith

A short tube or taxi ride from the city centre, fashionable Fulham is one of London’s prettiest quarters – filled with chic boutiques, artisan restaurants and attractive wine bars.

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