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Soho

Soho is a vibrant area of London famous for its array of restaurants serving cuisines from all over the world, but also famed for its theatres and watering holes. Centrally located, Soho is very well connected to the rest of the city. It is surrounded by Leicester Square and the City of London.

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Notting Hill

Notting Hill is one of London's most desirable and instagrammable areas, with iconic pastel-coloured houses and a thriving market. You can find everything from world-famous events and restaurants, to cutting-edge theatres in Notting Hill. Perhaps you'll even meet a film star in a travel book shop. Notting Hill Gate is the main Tube station in the area and is served by the Central line, the District line and the Circle line. There are also a number of London bus routes servicing Ladbroke Grove and Notting Hill Gate.

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Marylebone

Locale within the City of Westminster, this is a wealthy and prosperous inner-city area of central London. Marylebone has been a very fashionable area since the seventeenth century, thanks to its rich neighbourhood. Centrally located, Marylebone is very well connected to the rest of the city thanks to several London Underground stations  : Baker street, Bond Street, Oxford circus, Marylebone.

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Knightsbridge

South of Hyde Park, Knightsbridge, surrounded by Kensington, Chelsea and Fulham, is the playground of the rich and famous, world-renowned for its superstores. Knightsbridge contains some of London’s most significant museums, with the V & A being the centre piece- many of the museums are located within walking distance of each other. Considering its reputation as one of the most desirable locations in London, it is no surprise that Knightsbridge contains some of London’s finest restaurants and eateries.

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Kensington

Kensington is known for its beautiful buildings, impressive gardens, grand museums and royal palaces. It is one of London’s wealthiest neighbourhoods. The profound history that Kensington comes with never fails to impress travellers. An unparalleled range of free museums and open spaces makes Kensington a must-go. Kensington offers excellent connectivity to various parts of London. Most of it is served by Gloucester Road, South Kensington and High Street Kensington tube stations. South Kensington has a tube station served by the Circle line, Piccadilly line and District line.

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Covent Garden

Adored for its culture and uninterrupted entertainment, Covent garden is one of the most happening places. Its exuberance and its energy brings to you a perfect potpourri of history, culture and entertainment. Centrally located, Covent Garden is very well connected to the rest of the city. It is surrounded by Leicester Square and the City of London. The iconic river Thames, entertainment hub Soho and the very touristy Trafalgar Square are a few minutes away. Covent Garden Station is one of the most ideally located transport options. It sits on the Piccadilly Line of the tube.

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Chelsea

Designer shops, exciting punk boutiques, world-class restaurants, historical sites and a bohemian culture - this is what defines the very affluent Chelsea. Located along the iconic river Thames in central London, Chelsea is surrounded by Knightsbridge, Earls Court, Nine Elms, Kensington, Pimlico and Belgravia. Bands like The Rolling Stones and the Beatles have had an association with this place. Chelsea is well connected by various modes of transportation. The closest tube stations are South Kensington (District, Circle and Piccadilly lines) and Sloane Square (District and Circle lines). Heathrow Airport can be reached in 60 minutes by tube. You can reach Gatwick Airport in 70 minutes by tube and train.

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Belgravia

Bordered by Buckingham Palace on the south east, Belgravia is situated in one of London’s most exclusive areas. Flanked by towering white washed Victorian town houses on either side, the streets of Belgravia are the playground of the rich and famous. Timeless architecture, stucco residences, and stunningly beautiful stone churches characterise Belgravia’s understated streets. Belgravia is fashionable London at its best.

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Fitzrovia

Fitzrovia is located in thriving and trendy area on the borders of historic Bloomsbury and moments from the bustling Oxford Street and tranquil Regent’s Park. Fitzrovia has been described as an urban village with a bohemian history, and some of the words that come to mind if you were to describe this neighbourhood are swanky, trendy, chic and glamorous. An area steeped in tradition and also at the forefront of the capital’s best shops, restaurants and bars. Fitzrovia is the perfect central location.