Your Guide
to London

Your Guide to London

London is the capital of the United Kingdom, a major tourist destination for visitors from around the globe and one of the world's most important financial centres. Home to the British monarchy and nearly 8 million Londoners, London embraces a long and varied history whilst being on the cutting edge of modern culture. Let us help you learn about this amazing city by taking you on a tour one area at a time.

Central London North - NW1, N1

The northern part of Central London, or NW1, covers a diverse area from Regents Park, Baker Street and Marylebone, Chalk Farm and Camden Town, Primrose Hill and Kings Cross. Regents Park is situated within the London Borough of Camden and the City of Westminster, and is one of the Royal Parks of London. Park Crescent, which is situated just above Regents Park underground station, is the home of the International Students House along with Regents College. The area around Regents Park is a mixture of residential and commercial premises.

Baker Street is situated in the City of Westminster, within the district of Marylebone, and is famous as the address of the fictional character Sherlock Homes. Baker Street station is one of the oldest surviving underground stations in the world. Marylebone, also known as Marylebone Village, is bordered by Great Portland Street to the East and Oxford Street to the South, Edgware Road to the West and Marylebone Road to the North. The world famous Harley Street, popular with doctors offices and medical clinics, is situated in the area. Madame Tussaud's waxwork museum is likewise to be found in Marylebone.

Primrose Hill is situated in the London Borough of Camden, on the northern side of Regents Park. Primrose Hill is a fashionable residential district, popular with the rich and famous, consisting of mainly Victorian terraces. The closest underground station is Chalk Farm, which borders on the lively area of Camden Town. Camden Town is strongly associated with alternative culture and offers a diverse entertainment and nightlife scene. Camden is also well known for its markets, offering a wide range of stalls popular with both tourists and London residents alike. Camden Lock is located near the Regents Canal.

Euston is the location London Euston Railway Station, and is the 6th busiest train station in London. The original Euston Train Station was the first inner city train station built in London. Kings Cross is partly situated in the London Borough of Islington and the London Borough of Camden. London St Pancras and London Kings Cross stations are situated in the area along with International Eurostar Terminal. Kings Cross is a bustling area, enjoying a high level of business activity, with a wide selection of restaurants and hotels.

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