Hotels in London
London is the capital of England but also of the United Kingdom. It is divided into thirty-two boroughs. This huge city is located along the River Thames and divided into two which are the North and the South and an interior called the Central London. London features a temperate climate but known to have lots of rainfall. Winter is milder here compared to other continental European cities. Snow occurs here a few times a year, but it’s not generally heavy. Summers are generally warm and sometimes hot. The best time to visit this city is during Autumn and Spring when the weather is just average. Explore more of the city by choosing London hotels.
London has been a major settlement for two millennia, since before Roman times, with evidence of Bronze Age and Celtic settlement. The Roman city of Londinium was established after the Roman conquest of Britannia in the year 43. After the end of Roman rule in 410, London revived under the Anglo-Saxons, and the Norsemen, then it emerged as a great medieval trading city.Find the right London hotels for you at otel.com as it offers the best selection reservations and lowest rates in cheap hotels.
Events, Landmarks, Activities
London is one of the most visited city in the Europe due to its great influence in fashion, finance, trade and to admire its many attractions. Millions of people travel to London to get a glimpse of its World Heritage sites so make sure to visit the Tower of London, Westminster Abbey, Palace of Westminster, Kew Gardens and Greenwich when you get there. Aside from these top attractions, there are also lots of spectacular sites in London that are worth checking out including the London Eye, Tower Bridge, St. Paul's Cathedral, Buckingham Palace, Trafalgar Square and Piccadilly Circus. Some of the world's best museums can be found in London and that includes the British Museum, Tate Modern, National Gallery and British Library. You can see these landmarks by booking London hotel deals . If you have extra time, we recommend you to pay a visit to cathedral city Canterbury that takes 90 minutes to go.
London has a very comprehensive public transport system. You can easily walk between places, if not; the most accessible transportation in the city is bus and tramlink. If you really discover the city, do not use underground systems unless you are going a bit far districts. You should always explore the city by seeing it! Also cycling is another option because of its cheap prices and fastness. Find cheap hotels in London, UK nearby public transportation.