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Gaze up at bucket list sites and revel in the big city vibes of London
Call it London, call it the Big Smoke, this historic metropolis is home to the clocktower of Big Ben and the soaring London Eye, the Gothic spires of Westminster Palace, the vast dome of St Paul's Cathedral, and the haunted turrets of the Tower of London. And that's just talking about the older relics of the capital. There's also its shimmering new side, seen in alien-esque skyscrapers like the glittering Shard – cocktails on the top are a must – and the reworked industrial halls of Tate Modern. Whether you’re sipping craft coffee in Soho, vintage shopping in Spitalfields, indulging in retail therapy in Covent Garden, or meeting the mummies in the British Museum, it's easy to see why London holiday rentals are perennially popular with urban explorers.
Why book London holiday rentals with ebookers?
While the British capital has plenty of hotels, hostels and bed and breakfasts, there's really no better way to settle into the big city than with your own metropolitan pad. There are loads of benefits to booking holiday apartments in London with ebookers. Perhaps you want to rustle up your own ethnic fare courtesy by browsing the local food markets and bringing the best ingredients back to your self-catering kitchen? Or perhaps you’d like a little extra room to house the whole family before a trip to the West End theatres? You can also opt to stay somewhere a little more off-the-beaten-track, out in the hip confines of Shoreditch or Stoke Newington, or down between the African cafés of Brixton.
Top things to do in London
Where to begin? London brims with things to do and sights to see, many of which are sure to top the bucket list. The winding River Thames is a great place to start, overlooked by the cultural Southbank Centre and the riverside walks that encompass everything from Battersea to the Houses of Parliament. After that, it's just a couple of Tube hops to the famous shopping strips of Covent Garden, or a couple more to reach the regal green spaces of Regent’s Park. And when the evening comes around, you can get spruced up in your London holiday apartment and then venture out to the West End theatres, or seek out the most innovative restaurants in the teeming warren of Soho.
Getting around in London
While hiring a car can be handy if you’re staying on the outskirts and are looking to travel beyond the city’s core, it’s best not to bother driving inside the central zones of London. Why deal with the road traffic when you can make use of such an extensive and reliable public transportation network? Holiday rentals in London that are close to a Tube stop are a great idea, offering quick connections on the iconic London Underground to all the major attractions and districts. Alternatively, you could make use of London’s red buses, or simply rent a bicycle, which have docking points all over the city.