Popular West London Places You Should Never Miss


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We've rounded up some of the best tourist attractions that you can visit with your family in West London. Check out the list here.


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Popular West London Places You Should Never Miss London is a popular place for holidays and vacations and whenever you decide to walk around and visit West London there are so many things to see and do that you might end up spending time in making decisions on where to go. For you to have more time for leisure here are the top five places that you should never miss whenever you are in the vicinity of West London. 1. The National Gallery at Trafalgar Square An art museum in Trafalgar Square Westminster the National Gallery offers more than 2300 paintings from the mid-13 th century to the 1900s. Surrounded by many popular London apartments short stay The National Gallery is a museum located in Trafalgar Square in the City of Westminster in Central London. It was established in 1824 and is home to a collection of at least 2300 paintings which date from the mid-13th century to 1900. If you are up to seeing masterpieces of Leonardo da Vinci to Vincent van Gogh this is indeed a great place for you to visit. This is also a place where you can relax be inspired learn about art and even create your own masterpieces as they host workshops for people of different ages. Another great thing about this place is… admission is FREE 2. Piccadilly Circus Leicester Square London’s West End is also known as Theatreland which served as the centre of stage culture and high society for several decades. See world famous signs and the huge screens of Piccadilly Circus and visit Leicester Square which is known for holding world premieres of films in London. It is also a bustling place where you can see a number of restaurants theatres and even artists. It is also a nice place to visit if you want to experience London’s tourist night-life. 3. The Houses of Parliament Book a stay at an affordable London holiday apartment and head to the Houses of Parliament. This place is the seat of the two parliamentary houses of the United Kingdom: the House of Lords and the House of commons. Also known as the Palace of Westminster the buildings were built in 1016. From afar the most famous part of this place the Big Ben can be seen. It is an elegant clock tower designed by Charles Barry the designer of the palace. It was originally called St. Stephen’s Tower but was later renamed after the tower’s largest bell.

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4. Somerset House Another place that you can visit for free is the Somerset House. It is a large Neoclassical building overlooking the River Thames. It presents a new kind of arts designed for today’s audiences. It is a place where art and culture is imagined and made. 5. Covent Garden and Covent Garden Piazza Offering a variety of world-class fashion and lifestyle stores Covent Garden attracts not just fashionistas but even food lovers. It is home to some of the best shopping and dining destinations in London.

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