Quick City Guides: Things to Do in Cambridge

While we were apprehensive about writing a travel guide to ‘the Other Place’, we concede that Cambridge really is a stunning tourist destination. Quirky, ancient and brimming with tradition and history, the leafy meadows and riverside lawns give Cambridge a tranquil atmosphere quite unlike it’s more urban rival, Oxford. Strolling through the narrow, cobbled streets …

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Quick London Guides: Things to Do in Knightsbridge

Knightsbridge is arguably London’s most swanky neighbourhood. Expect StashPoints full of Gucci suitcases and Armani handbags. Expect to brush shoulders with Saudi Sheikhs and Jamie Laing from Made in Chelsea. In short, expect decadence, exclusivity and immaculate surroundings from the crown jewel of SW1. This prestigious part of town attracts tourists in their droves, with …

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Quick London Guides: Things to Do in Earl’s Court

Another well-known transport hub, Earl’s Court has historically been seen as one of the main gateways to West London (as well as a competitor for the most confusing underground station in the city). However, in recent years, and thanks to a considerable programme of urban redevelopment, Earl’s Court has an increasing amount to offer the …

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Quick London Guides: Things to Do in Hammersmith

Hammersmith, Hammersmith, Hammersmith. Where to begin? Some describe this borough as the real beating heart of West London, a lively mix of upmarket pubs, beautiful riverside scenery and great eateries, as well as some of the best live entertainment venues in the country. Drop off your bags and take a peek at what W6 has …

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Quick London Guides: Things to Do in Marylebone

You’re probably thinking of a deerstalker hat and a magnifying glass right now. And we can’t really blame you. The home of Holmes has been attracting tourists for decades, but there’s more to this district than meets the eye. From hidden rivers to historic bookstores and everything in between, Baker Street has plenty to keep …

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Quick City Guides: Things to Do in Brighton

Charmingly eccentric. Funky. Vibrant. Brighton just keeps going from strength to strength. While it may be smaller than London, this delightful beachside city is every bit as cosmopolitan. Families and students, hippies and hipsters, drag queens and day-trippers, Brighton offers something for everyone. A mere hour away from the capital by train, the city is …

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Best Things to Do Near Victoria Station

Victoria doesn’t tend to be an area people stick around for long. Traditionally, it has served as a place of coming and going – a transport hub for tourists, backpackers and commuters to catch the last bus or hop on the train out of the capital. B ut we feel this is unfair. As well …

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9 Cool Things to Do in Camden in 2024

If you are contemplating visiting London, then Camden Town shouldn’t be missed! Camden has rightfully earned its place as one of the most vibrant spots in London, combining an eclectic mix of live music venues, world-beating pubs, and bustling market stalls, that leave in awe even the most demanding ones. This colorful London borough is …

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9 Cool Things to Do in Soho (London) in 2024

Soho has traditionally been known as one of London’s coolest night spots , combining  an eclectic mix of jazz bars, red lights, and culinary adventures. And while it still holds its reputation as one of the trendier, nightlife-focused districts in London, there are plenty of options to choose from, from pubs to galleries, museums, and world-class …

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9 Amazing Things to Do in Paddington in May 2024

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If you are up for your next memorable adventure in London, then Paddington should be a part of your trip. While traditionally, Paddington is mostly associated with the adventurous fictional Bear that first appeared on 13 October 1958 in the children’s book A Bear Called Paddington, this unique neighborhood is full of unique gems. This …

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