London is a very visitor friendly place and traveling around in London is very suitably provided by various forms of transportation. The most common mode of transport is the
London Underground [http://tube.tfl.gov.uk] and it operates through out the day [from early morning to late night]. Other forms include buses, taxis etc. The whole city is divided into 6 zones with zone 1 and 2 referred as ‘Central London’.
With London’s endless choice of theatres, sports and music venues, you won’t be short of entertainment. This is the place to be if you’re looking for world-class art, exhibitions, music and more. More unbiased information can be found at Visit London.
Accommodation in London offers a variety of choices from budget low room rate [starting from £30] and to high class luxury rooms [greater than £1000]. The best hotel which I have stayed in is The Ritz and the best priced [in terms of location, service and price] is RegentPalace. More information on the choice of the hotels, price comparison, amenities information, photographs of
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Finding a place to eat in london is a difficult task not because of scarcity of restaurants but because of such a wide variety and number of places. Chinese, Indian and Italian are the most popular cuisines in London. London Eating provides the easiest way to identify the closest restaurants of the choice of your cuisine. But London is an expensive place in an expensive country. So mind your wallet when going out for dinner. A rough guideline : £5 per person: Sandwich Shop, £10-20 per person: Pub, £15-30 per person: cheap to medium class restaurant, £50-100 per person: very nice restaurant, £100 and above: Savoy or Ritz.
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