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    • 9.7
      Park
      Serpentine Rd, London
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      • Dilek U.

        Dilek U. • September 2, 2014Great park in the heart of the city. Especially, in summer it is one of the best picnic spots. In summer time you can swim in the artificial pool as well.

    • 9.7
      Park
      Chester Rd, London
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      • Jobina H.

        Jobina H. • February 8, 2015Very well maintained park, good flat walking and lots of open spaces for picnics or sunbathing. Keep your eyes peeled on the outskirts of the zoo and you can spot some of the animals without paying!

    • 9.7
      Park
      E Heath Rd, London
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      • Kyriaki V.

        Kyriaki V. • December 1, 2015So vast, so many paths to choose from, so many activities to do. Ideal for jogging, cycling and merely walking. Also great picnic spots all around.

    • 9.7
      Park
      Primrose Hill Rd, London
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      • Nin L.

        Nin L. • September 11, 2011Officially the best views over the entire of London. perfect for a leisurely walk, some peace, quiet and people-watching.

    • 9.7
      Park
      Romney Rd, London
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      • City Food Blog

        City Food Blog • July 12, 2015Lovely big park with city views at the top of the hill. Has a small boating lake and rose garden. Get's pretty busy with diverse groups in warmer months.

    • 9.6
      Art Gallery££££
      Trafalgar Sq, London
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      • Lauren B.

        Lauren B. • July 30, 2016The Van Goghs are beautiful, but it's very busy. Go at a quieter time and make an entire day of it and you'll love it! Gift shop had great Van Gogh style items too

    • 9.6
      Park
      The Mall, London
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      • Antal János M.

        Antal János M. • August 22, 2015Squirrel's and animals are really used to people and very friendly! Go feed them (but look up what it is advised to give them) and take some nice shots of them! Very relaxing on a sunny day!

    • 9.6
      Landmark
      Parliament Sq (Bridge St), London
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      • Mike G.

        Mike G. • February 12, 2014A fantastic Iconic landmark in London, that I recommend anyone visiting checks out. One Tip - Make sure you take your coat, it can be really cold here, with the Thames winds.

    • 9.6
      Market
      Southwark St, London
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      • Deepika S.

        Deepika S. • July 27, 2013Great vegetarian food available too .. loveddddd it ..middle eastern falafels, hummus wraps, sandwiches, English vegetarian bakes, Gujarati thali, pastas, some Turkish delights, chips with boiled veg

    • 9.6
      Concert Hall££££View Prices
      Kensington Gore, Queen's Gate
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      • Dogan G.

        Dogan G. • November 10, 2013This Sunday morning event of Elgar Room Classical Coffee Morning series at Royal Albert Hall with a tenor and piano was very cool and relaxing, don't miss it if you are in London.

    • 9.6
      Park
      Grove Rd, Bow
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      • Catherine R.

        Catherine R. • August 17, 2014A great park in east London. Good for picnics. Has playground with big climbing frames for kids (and adult kids). Good for "free idea to entertaining in London"

    • 9.6
      Bookstore
      83 Marylebone High St (Paddington St), Marylebone
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      • sailorblur

        sailorblur • May 15, 2014Unique bookshop where the décor makes you feel as if time stopped in the Edwardian age. It has a cosy, enticing atmosphere, so if you're a book lover you'll very likely spend long hours here!

    • 9.6
      Indian££££
      7 Boundary St, Shoreditch
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      • Vikas

        Vikas • September 14, 2014Amazingly very very Indian taste with a very careful selection of Indian specialities, which go along with Londoners too I guess.....Don't miss the chai for sure

    • 9.6
      Park
      Ilchester Pl, London
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      • Alexey R.

        Alexey R. • July 5, 2013Kyoto garden is great, and overall it's a nice place to relax and forget about the problems remaining behind the fences.

    • 9.6
      Park
      Exhibition Rd, London
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      • Todor M.

        Todor M. • May 27, 2012A water drinking fountain in the heart of London, which is a gift from the Bulgarian community. A must see for every Bulgarian in London.

    • 9.5
      Botanical Garden
      Kew Rd, Kew
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      • Corby T.

        Corby T. • January 23, 2015Me and my family have been to Kew gardens at least five times. There always something new to see and most of the flowers displays are and greenhouses astonishing. The best way to get there is by river

    • 9.5
      Park
      Richmond, Richmond
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      • Joana V.

        Joana V. • January 18, 2016Amazing place to go in the morning! Not very crowded in the morning and great view... Nice to go for a run as well!

    • 9.5
      Event Space
      Strand, London
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      • Remi L.

        Remi L. • August 22, 2013The elBulli exhibition is an excellent and mouthwatering intro to the world of nouvelle cuisine, molecular gastronomy & food magician Ferran Adrià. Pricey but well worth it for gourmets.

    • 9.5
      Indian££££
      5 Stable St, London
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      • Santana

        Santana • October 7, 2016The bacon and sausage naan was beautiful and the bottomless chai tea is incredible- definitely a must!

    • 9.5
      Record Shop££££
      91 Brick Ln, Shoreditch
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      • Carlos F.

        Carlos F. • November 10, 2015Amazing shop with coffee, wifi and a massive selection of both mainstream and indie music. Cool vibe in such a cool area.

    • 9.5
      Street Food Gathering
      Rope Walk (Maltby St), London
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      • Dena H.

        Dena H. • January 25Great hidden market.mostly food though.you can have a great to go brunch.I loved the Felafel there.

    • 9.5
      History Museum££££
      Great Russell St (btwn Montague & Bloomsbury), London
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      • JET

        JET • May 23, 2015Visiting to see the excellent collection of artefacts goes without saying. But the building itself is an awesome piece of architecture and a great place to people watch.

    • 9.5
      Park
      Church St (at Green Ln), Stoke Newington
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      • Glenn D.

        Glenn D. • July 28, 2011Probably one if the best family friendly parks in London. Fantastic play area for the kids, lots of open space as well as a good cafe and toilets!

    • 9.5
      Park
      Albert Bridge Rd, Battersea
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      • StJohn D.

        StJohn D. • July 16, 2010Great park for kids - adventure playground, kids zoo, acres of grass for ball games & picknicks, tennis courts, feed the ducks or hire a row boat on the lake.

    • 9.5
      Hotel Bar££££View Menu
      252 High Holborn, London
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      • Krystian K.

        Krystian K. • June 21, 2015Great live music, friendly staff, cool drinks and tasty bites. Their sofas are incredibly comfortable and just beg for long conversations.

    • 9.5
      Art Gallery££££
      Millbank, London
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      • Justin

        Justin • April 11, 2015Beautiful gallery, great collection, nice variety of exhibitions

    • 9.5
      Art Gallery
      16 Wharf Rd, Islington
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      • Uslan

        Uslan • December 8, 2014Fantastic gallery - make sure you don't forget to check out the "gallery II" space, which is accessible via the back garden.

    • 9.5
      Theater
      21 Wellington St, London
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      • Eline D.

        Eline D. • July 30, 2014The Lion King Show was better than I ever could have imagine! Very Nostalgic. Nice costumes, phenomenal music. Great experience.

    • 9.5
      Art Museum££££
      Cromwell Rd, London
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      • Kris C.

        Kris C. • November 14, 2010The new refurbished rooms have modernized this classic museum, while their exhibitions are world class, spectacular, and must see events. And they have just brought back their beloved bookshop.

    • 9.5
      Indian££££View Menu
      12 Upper St Martin’s Ln, Covent Garden
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      • Richard D.

        Richard D. • March 10, 2015The Gunpowder Potatoes & Black Daal are delicious. Do try the Chicken Berry Britannia too!