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My Fav Places in London
Covent Garden is one of My Fav Places in London.

1. Covent Garden

London, Greater London
Neighborhood · 255 tips and reviews

Martin C.Martin Callan: Cafe's, shopping, bars, street theatre - Covent Garden has it all. If you want a picnic on the cheap there's even a Tesco's! ;-D

Hyde Park is one of My Fav Places in London.

2. Hyde Park

9.7
Serpentine Rd, London, Greater London
Park · City of Westminster · 957 tips and reviews

Time Out LondonTime Out London: At 1.5 miles long and about a mile wide, Hyde Park is one of the largest of London's Royal Parks. The Joy of Life fountain is a popular spot for splashing around in when the weather heats up. Read more.

Alexandra Palace is one of My Fav Places in London.

3. Alexandra Palace

9.1
Alexandra Palace Way, London, Greater London
Event Space · Alexandra · 58 tips and reviews

Charlie M.Charlie Mcgee: Great view and nice surrounding parks.

Piccadilly Circus is one of My Fav Places in London.

4. Piccadilly Circus

9.2
Piccadilly (Regent St), London, Greater London
Plaza · Piccadilly · 543 tips and reviews

HISTORY UKHISTORY UK: The famous illuminated advertising of Piccadilly Circus began as early as 1893, before most of the city had electric street lighting.

Leicester Square is one of My Fav Places in London.

5. Leicester Square

8.9
Leicester Sq, London, Greater London
Plaza · Leicester Square · 264 tips and reviews

HISTORY UKHISTORY UK: This area was named after Leicester House, the London mansion home of the Earl of Leicester built in 1635. But by 1800 it was a home of popular entertainment and theatres, and has never looked back.

South Bank is one of My Fav Places in London.

6. South Bank

London, Greater London
Neighborhood · 50 tips and reviews

Peter S.Peter Sigrist: In summer, get here at 4pm and get a seat and bottle of wine on the South Bank Centre sun terrace.

Houses of Parliament is one of My Fav Places in London.

7. Houses of Parliament

Parliament Sq, London, Greater London
Capitol Building · Westminster · 104 tips and reviews

New York HabitatNew York Habitat: A tour of the Houses of Parliament should be on everyone’s to-do list. It takes just over an hour and really gives you a witty insight into the British Government system, art, and history as well.

Westminster Abbey is one of My Fav Places in London.

8. Westminster Abbey

9.4
20 Dean's Yard, London, Greater London
Church · Westminster · 242 tips and reviews
Tower Bridge is one of My Fav Places in London.

9. Tower Bridge

9.6
Tower Bridge Rd, London, Greater London
Bridge · St. Katharine's and Wapping · 419 tips and reviews

Kristen M.Kristen Martino Anderson: Stand on this bridge any time of day and just look--ahhhh . . . Read more.

Big Ben (Elizabeth Tower) is one of My Fav Places in London.

10. Big Ben (Elizabeth Tower)

9.5
Parliament Sq (Bridge St), London, Greater London
Monument / Landmark · Westminster · 631 tips and reviews

HISTORY UKHISTORY UK: Big Ben refers to the 13 ton bell in the clock tower of Westminster Palace. Opinion is divided as to whether it was named after the then Commissioner of Works, or a famous prize-fighter of the time.

Tiger Tiger is one of My Fav Places in London.

11. Tiger Tiger

6.9
29 The Haymarket, London, Greater London
Nightclub · Piccadilly · 80 tips and reviews

DimasDimas: Lots of environments in a same club. Worth visiting.

Camden Lock Market is one of My Fav Places in London.

12. Camden Lock Market

9.3
54-56 Camden Lock Pl, London, Greater London
Market · Primrose Hill · 419 tips and reviews

Party EarthParty Earth: Show up at Camden Town at 11am to start your own self-guided food tour. You can explore the neighborhood and its many narrow alleys, all while sampling ethnic eats and awesome basement coffee shops. Read more.

St Katharine Pier is one of My Fav Places in London.

13. St Katharine Pier

St Katharine's Way, St. Katharine's and Wapping, Greater London
Pier · 2 tips and reviews

ClassyGitClassyGit: Thames River Services and Circular Cruises run boat services to Westminster and Greenwich daily... Go for a trip and see the sites courtesy of River Thames Watermen