The Ultimate Travel Guide to London

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Caroline Frantl-Larsson

The Ultimate Travel Guide to London

Avoid the crowds and instead visit these fun local sites around the city. This guide will provide you with a bit of everything, from where to eat to what to see.

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Image - White Pine
White Pine
Caroline:Great juices and coffee. Delicious sandwiches. My go-to for Swedish minimalist home products.
Image - Cocotte Notting Hill
Cocotte Notting Hill
Caroline:The lunch menu is £11 and with that, you get two sides, two sauces, and a quarter chicken. Enough said.
Image - Portobello Ristorante Pizzeria
Portobello Ristorante Pizzeria
Caroline:Share their pizza, or get one for yourself. If you're not feeling that, the Vongole is superb. I would not recommend ULI next door.
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Tourist attractions

Some attractions are just worth a visit, no matter the crowds

Image - The Sherlock Holmes Museum
The Sherlock Holmes Museum
Caroline:A tourist attraction worth visiting, just be ready to stand in line. Unless you're a big Sherlock Holmes fan, it could be enough to walk past on your way to the park.
Image - Strawberry Hill House & Garden
Strawberry Hill House & Garden
Caroline:Check out the art in the gardens, enjoy a lovely lunch out in the sun, and then go for a stroll.
Image - Camden Market
Camden Market
Caroline:Stroll around the market, check out the street art, escape down to the canal, and enjoy some street food. Seriously, this place offers a bit of everything.


Image - Imperial War Museum
Imperial War Museum
Caroline:One of the most impressive museums I've ever visited. The cafeteria is not impressive, though, so plan around lunch and instead visit one of the places in the neighbourhood instead.

Live music and theatre


Image - Kensington Gardens
Kensington Gardens
Caroline:Check out Kensington Palace and Kensington Gardens. Close proximity to lots of good lunch spots and shopping.
Image - The Regent's Park
The Regent's Park
Caroline:A personal favourite and in close proximity to Camden Town as well as Madame Taussauds and Bake Street.
Image - Richmond Park
Richmond Park
Caroline:Keep an eye out for deers and, maybe, Fenton ;)
Image - Hampstead Heath
Hampstead Heath
Caroline:Best place for a swim, picnic, or some pub theatre.

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  1. White Pine
  2. Cocotte Notting Hill
  3. Portobello Ristorante Pizzeria
  4. The Sherlock Holmes Museum
  5. Strawberry Hill House & Garden
  6. Camden Market
  7. Victoria and Albert Museum
  8. Imperial War Museum
  9. Science Museum
  10. Kensington Gardens
  11. The Regent's Park
  12. Richmond Park
  13. Hampstead Heath

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