London the capital of England is home to some of the world’s most famous areas and neighbourhoods. Here are some of the city’s most popular districts.
The district of Soho, W1, lies in the City of Westminster and is perhaps London’s most emblematic area. It is classified as an entertainment district and therefore is the location to some of the finest city’s and most well-reputed public houses, nightclubs and entertainment venues. The Windmill Theatre and Raymond Revuebar are only two of the district’s internationally known landmarks. Travelers describe Soho, W1, as a must visit London area. The district is linked to the other parts of the city by the nearby tube stations of Oxford Circus, Covent Garden, Piccadilly Circus, Tottenham Court Road and Leicester Square.
Interesting London areas
- North Kensington
- Notting Hill
- Shepherd’s Bush
- White City
- Wormwood Scrubs
- West Ealing
- West Kensington
- Maida Vale
- King’s Cross
- St Pancras
- St Giles
The beautiful districts of Primrose Hill, NW8
The area of Primrose Hill may not be as flamboyant as the above mentioned district of Soho but is one of London’s most affluent residential neighbourhoods. The area is home to several notable men and women. It is located in the Borough of Camden and shares common boundaries with several high end districts such as Belsize Park, Swiss Cottage and St. John’s Wood. Primrose Hill, NW1 lies in close proximity to the London Zoo, one of the city’s most visited touristic sites.
Check out these Northern London districts
- Primrose Hill
- Park Royal
- Old Oak Common
- Swiss Cottage
- Queen’s Park
- West Hampstead
- Mill Hill
- Lisson Grove
- St John’s Wood
Paddington, W9, is another well-known district which is situated in the City of Westminster. The area is home to three famous landmarks:
- Mary’s Hospital which was established in 1845 and has a capacity of 495 beds.
- Paddington Green Police Station which is one of Britain’s most important stations.
- Paddington Station which was designed by renowned engineer Isambard Kingdom Brunel and opened in 1847
Chelsea, SW10, an area associated with football
The district of Chelsea is known worldwide as it gives its name to one of England’s most successful football clubs. Paradoxically however the team’s stadium, Stamford Bridge is located in the neighbouring area of Fulham. Chelsea, SW3 just like Primrose Hill is an opulent districts which is has numerous famous residents and internationally known landmarks including Chelsea Bridge and Oscar Wilde’s house.
The area of Bankside, SE1, is part of the business improvement districts and is situated in the Borough of Southwark in the central parts of the city. The noted junction of Charing Cross is located at less than two miles from the district. The Tate Modern is beyond any doubt the most notable landmark of Bankside. The gallery was established in 2000 and is currently the 4th most visited museum in Britain with over 4.5 million visitors annually.
Top South London areas
- Maze Hill
- New Cross
- Surrey Quays
- Shooter’s Hill
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- Upper Norwood
- West Heath
- Sydenham Hill,
- Tulse Hill
- South Norwood
- Upper Sydenham
- West Norwood
- Westcombe Park
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- Tooting Bec
- Merton Park
- South Wimbledon
- Raynes Park
- Parsons Green
- Sands End
- South Kensington
- Nine Elms
London home to UNESCO sites
These five areas are only a handful of remarkable places which form the capital of England, London. The city is one of Europe’s most important capitals and is home to almost 14 million people (metropolitan area included). According to the latest studies it is one of the world’s most popular tourist destinations and rivals cities such as Paris in France, Bangkok in Thailand and New York in the United States of America. London is home to an abundance of world famous places of interest including four UNESCO World Heritage Sites. It is also the location of the British Museum which as of date is the 5th most visited museum on the planet and has a collection of over 8 million objects..
The Greenest capital in Europe
Aside of being home to numerous opulent districts and world famous landmarks. The British capital is also the location of some of Europe’s largest and greenest open spaces. Hyde Park is beyond any doubt the city’s most popular and biggest green area. It was created during the first half of the 17th century and presently spreads over 625 acres. It is managed by the Royal Parks and is open for visitors all year long.
Greenwich Park is another well-known open area. It is located in the district of Greenwich which is also home to the Royal Observatory. The park was first enclosed during the 15th century and covers 180 acres. Its main features are the aforementioned planetarium which is one of London’s most visited touristic sites and Queens Oak. Other notable green spaces in the city are Green Park, Bushy Park, Regent’s Park, Kensington Gardens, Richmond Park and St. James’s Park.
The British capital London was founded by the ancient Romans over two thousand years ago as a military outpost which then became a permanent settlement. The City of London (not to be confused with Greater London) is the descendant so to say of the original roman outpost, it is sometimes called the Square Mile because of its 1×1 mile (roughly) size. In modernity, London is world class city, centre of finance and culture. However the metropolis is struggling under the size of its own population which happens to be the largest in Europe. London is considered a multicultural city.
The London Eye is one of the English capital’s most distinguishable structures. It was designed by Marks Barfield and opened to the public in 2000. The Ferris wheel is 443 feet tall, which makes it the fourth tallest structure of its kind in the world. It has 32 sealed passenger capsules that have a combined capacity of 800 people. Each gondola represented one of the London boroughs.