Hostel – London attractions

St Paul à Londres

At the dawn of the new millennium, London had a makeover. New buildings with modern, original architecture emerged, inspired by the large wave of immigration. Thus, monuments dating from the 19th century lay alongside modern attractions such as the “Great Wheel Millennium”, better known as the “London Eye”.

The approach of the summer Olympics in 2012 will probably continue to influence the architectural development of London, which should see the birth of new interesting buildings in the coming months.

Several monuments and districts are unavoidable, while others deserve to be discovered.

The Westminster area is most important because that is where the most famous monuments are located:the Parliament, the Big Ben, the Westminster Abbey, the Buckingham Palace, all within walking distance.  You must expect to pay a few pennies to visit those attractions that are open to the public.

As for the great museums and art galleries, the admission is free! Take the opportunity to see the greatest masterpieces of art history, as a canvas of Van Gogh and the drawings of Leonardo da Vinci.

Hostel - Our suggestions for London


The Barrafina in London

This tapas bar, located in the West End, takes no reservations, which is very rare in London. With a capacity of 23 seats, Barrafina offers tapas in the purest tradition, which are cooked with the finest ingredients. The prices are affordable

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The Fabric in London

Designated as the number 2 of "Top 100 Clubs" in 2009 by DJ Magazine, Fabric welcomes music lovers of techno, house, hip-hop and electronic, on three floors. Located on Charterhouse Street, near Smithfield Meat Market, this is one of the busiest

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Buckingham Palace in London

Official London residence of the British monarchy, Buckingham Palace has 19 formal rooms, 52 master bedrooms, 188 staff bedrooms, 92 offices and 78 bathrooms! Obviously, it is impossible to see everything! Although the palace is housing one of the largest

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National Gallery in London

The National Gallery is one of the largest museums in the world and home to some of the greatest masterpieces as "Sunflowers" by Vincent Van Gogh, "The Last Voyage" by Turner, "The portrait of husband Arnolfini " by Van Eyck

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A must in London: The London Eye

Also called the "Millennium Ferris wheel", the number one attraction of London was built to celebrate the arrival of 2000. Located in front of Westminster, it is one of the highest ferris wheels in Europe. It is strongly suggested to board

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