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A square buzzing with life and definitely the meeting point of this metropolis can be reached by underground, Piccadilly line, in less than 15 minutes.
Home to the Queen and Prince Philip, this is an extremely popular tourist attraction. Take the Piccadilly Line to Green Park and enjoy the short walk through the park to see the palace. Underground station: Green Park, travel time 15 minutes.
The National Gallery on Trafalgar Square
Lord Nelson’s column stands sublimely on Trafalgar Square watching over the National Gallery. There you will find an extraordinary collection of paintings from Picasso to Turner. Underground Station: Leicester Square, travel time 20 minutes.
The famous Big Ben
Big Ben is actually the name of the bell; the tower housing it is called St. Stephen’s. Either way, Big Ben is a London landmark not to be missed. Underground Station: Westminster, travel time 20 minutes.
The London Eye
The highest vantage point with an unrivalled view of London. It is best to reserve your ticket in advance as the London Eye is a hugely popular attraction. Underground Station: Westminster, travel time approx. 20 minutes.
Kew Gardens - Royal Botanic Garden
London has many beautiful parks, but Kew Gardens is a real gem. It’s a green paradise full of wonderful flowers, plants and all things botanical. One should take at least a day to fully enjoy everything that’s on offer there, like a boat trip on the River Thames. Underground Station: Kew, travel time approx. 25 minutes.
An institution in its own right and a definite must when visiting London! Underground Station: Baker Street, travel time approx. 30 minutes.
The Tate Modern
This contemporary and hip gallery lies in the Borough of Southwark and is housed in a former power station. This location is the ideal venue to present modern and edgy art. Underground Station: St. Paul's and walk across the Millennium Bridge, travel time 30 minutes.
(All information on travel time are estimates. K+K Hotels will not accept liability for any variances.)
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