Cosas que hacer en Londres
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Hyde parkParques y naturalezaTodo lo demás en Parques y naturaleza
Recomendado por 591 anfitriones de la zona
Its a really nice big park right in the centre of London covering an area between Bayswater, Mayfair and Kensington/knightsbridge. Perfect if you like picnics outside on summer days or a little tas... más información
London's Hyde Park is one of the greatest city parks in the world. Covering 142 hectares (350 acres) and with over 4,000 trees, a large lake, a meadow and ornamental flower gardens, there’s a good ... más información
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Arguably the coolest and most interesting shopping street in London, Broadway Market runs from Regent's Canal to London Fields and is home to an amazing variety of independent shops, pubs, restaura... más información
Broadway is less a market than a meeting place for winsome young men sporting Lord Kitchener moustaches and fey-looking girls armed with the Saturday style supplements and the odd chocolate éclair.... más información
Recomendado por 223 anfitriones de la zona
Based on the traditional Irani cafes of Bombay, Dishoom is not only one of the best Indian restaurants in the UK, it is one of the best restaurants in the UK full stop. Don't believe me? It was v... más información
Inspired by the Irani cafés of late twentieth-century Bombay, Dishoom balances a mixture of authentic Bombay dishes as well as a few modern creations. Make sure you sample some of Dishoom’s delicio... más información
Buzzy destination for Indian street food in Old Irani cafes, Bombay-style digs with vintage decor & upscale touches. Bus 205 to Shoreditch High Street station 20mins.
Recomendado por 216 anfitriones de la zona
Independent(ish) cinema, nice big seats, full bar and more culture than you can shake a stick at. Shows all the new releases and has comedy nights, acoustic performances, film festivals and the lik... más información
Lovely cinema showing the latest blockbusters and art house films. Also has an attic with a range of events including spoken word, story telling, life drawing, music...lots to do and see there.
Opposite Hackney Town Hall. Independent cinema showing mainstream to foreign films, with an all-day cafe bar. Again check the website.
London Fields ParkOcio y espectáculosTodo lo demás en Entretenimiento
Recomendado por 207 anfitriones de la zona
London Fields – The Lido and Broadway Market London fields and Broadway Market is a top hipster hang out. Nonetheless, there are great restaurants, cafes, bars and shops. Market day is Saturday. G... más información
This is one of the few parks in London where you can have a BBQ, there is a designated area for that. If you get off at London Fields or Hackney Central Overground Station, there are a couple of sh... más información
Recomendado por 382 anfitriones de la zona
Brick Lane Market is growing faster than your waistline after a Bengal curry. Formerly just a trail of bric-a-brac and a smattering of fruit stalls, the now sprawling market has a buzzy new append... más información
Brick Lane Market on Sundays is within walking distance of the Columbia Rd Flower Market, but is a whole other scene. The flower market is quaint and quirky, but Brick Lane is loud, eclectic and f... más información
Recomendado por 192 anfitriones de la zona
The restaurant is named for its iconic owner - the chef Yotam Ottolenghi, who has a recipe column in a national newspaper here and is very much associated with North London. We've had guests come t... más información
Modern restaurant amazing brunches, lovely lunches food in the evening is still great but more expensive. Yotam Ottolenghi is one of London's star chefs and for good reason! People travel far and w... más información
Chic neighbourhood institution which grabs flavours from around North Africa and the Middle East. Absolutely amazing - even for a takeaway!
Recomendado por 453 anfitriones de la zona
Westfield London is a pioneering shopping and leisure destination to shop, to eat, and to meet. Find your department store giants Marks and Spencer, House of Fraser and Debenhams alongside speciali... más información
Europe's largest inner city shopping mall. Tax free shopping for foreigners. It has a whole section devoted to designer boutiques plus everything else you could wish for from Apple to Waitrose, T... más información
Recomendado por 210 anfitriones de la zona
Founded in 1972 Tayyab’s is a family owned and run business in Whitechapel serving the finest in Punjabi cuisine. From exquisitely spiced curries to our world renowned mixed grill and sizzling lamb.
Famously London's best curry, this family run Punjabi restaurant is always busy so recommend arriving before 7pm! Don't forget it's BYO and make sure to try the lamb chops!
Recomendado por 444 anfitriones de la zona
The Natural History Museum in London is a museum of natural history that exhibits a vast range of specimens from various segments of natural history. It is one of three major museums on Exhibition ... más información
The Natural History Museum in London is a museum of natural history that exhibits a vast range of specimens from various segments of time. Children and adults delight in the fantastic exhibitions... más información
Recomendado por 189 anfitriones de la zona
Iconic Oxford Street, get the 6 bus from Kensal Rise and jump off after Edgware Road at Marble Arch. Sneak a peak at the comings and goings outside the Savoy Hotel, continue down Oxford Street, pas... más información
Like it or not, Oxford Street is the main artery of London shopping. It’s not the place to head for independent shopping, as only massive brands can afford the rents attached to Oxford Street premi... más información
Recomendado por 153 anfitriones de la zona
Housed on the ground floor of the Tea Building, located on the corner of Shoreditch High Street and Bethnal Green Road in East London, Pizza East Shoreditch is a modern take on the pizzeria.
In a former tea warehouse on the corner of Shoreditch High Street and Bethnal Green Road, Pizza East Shoreditch serves delicious wood oven pizzas in a restaurant with a great atmosphere
Recomendado por 390 anfitriones de la zona
Britain's most famous store and possibly the most famous store in the world, Harrods features on many tourist 'must-see' lists - and with good reason. Its humble beginnings date back to 1849, when ... más información
Harrods is a luxury department store located on Brompton Road in Knightsbridge, London. The store occupies a 5-acre (20,000 m2) site and has 330 departments covering one million square feet (90,0... más información
North Greenwich ArenaOcio y espectáculosTodo lo demás en Entretenimiento
Recomendado por 258 anfitriones de la zona
The O2, visually typeset in branding as The O₂, is a large entertainment district on the Greenwich peninsula in South East London, England, including an indoor arena, a music club, a Cineworld cinema
O2 arena, A lot of restaurants, I recomment Jimmys Buffet: all you can eat,dishes from 6, 7 countries includding : thai, Chineese, Mexican, American, Japonneese, Italian, Prices: Lunch Mon - Fri£9... más información
O2 millennium dome is not to be missed - you can oversee both the O2 millennium done, emirates cable cars and the zero degree time line from the east side of the river at the back of the house.
Recomendado por 137 anfitriones de la zona
Split-level Italian with stripped interiors and pavement tables, serving antipasti and rustic pizza. Great atmosphere
The place to see and be seen, Pizza East is another Soho House venture, and as stylish as its sister venues. Pizza with bone marrow and rocket anyone ? Locals swear by the breakfast buffet too.
Split-level Italian with stripped interiors and pavement tables, serving antipasti and rustic pizza.
Shakespeare's GlobeArte y culturaTodo lo demás en Arte y cultura
Recomendado por 186 anfitriones de la zona
A wonderful recreation of Shakespeare's own theatre on the South Bank. Worth a tour in it's own right, but if you fancy a bit of theatre, they run an interesting programme of both classic productio... más información
See Shakespeare's plays performed as they would have been in Elizabethan times- the theatre is a reconstruction of the Elizabethan original. Great productions, cheap tickets for standing.
Visit Bankside, the Soho of Elizabethan London. Shakespeare’s Globe is a faithful reconstruction of the open-air playhouse designed in 1599 where many of Shakespeare’s plays were performed.
Recomendado por 130 anfitriones de la zona
2 Michelin stars. Chef Brett Graham's innovative cooking, paired with fine wines in a smart, modern setting. And remember Get the passionfruit souffle
For those looking for something a little bit special and wanting to sample some of Britain’s most prized gastronomic delights, book a table at the two Michelin starred Ledbury restaurant. Head chef... más información
Chef Brett Graham's innovative cooking, paired with fine wines in a smart, modern setting. -
Recomendado por 121 anfitriones de la zona
Pan-Asian restaurant/cocktail bar for brunch, tempura and sushi, with counter seats in the window.
Perennially trendy, this corner restaurant off Portobello Road serves up posh asian fusion food - the salt and pepper squid and pad thai are both must-trys.
Great restaurant and bar, go there for weekend cocktails and asian fusion dinners, booking preferable for dinner thurs - sat
Recomendado por 120 anfitriones de la zona
Phone (Box Office) Tel: 020 7908 9696- In February 2011 the Electric Cinema turned 100 years old. The interior of the Electric reflects the cinema's long history. Sixty-five leather armchairs
The Electric is a bar/diner where you can grab a quick bite or a drink with friends. Even better, the Electric Cinema has fab movies you can watch on squishy sofas with a glass of champagne in hand.
French-flavoured American diner with all-day menu, long bar, exposed bricks and red leather booths.
Recomendado por 315 anfitriones de la zona
London's most popular open-air market area with stalls, shops, pubs and restaurants. Around 200 stalls jostle for space in the narrow alleyways off Camden High Street/Chalk Farm Road. This market... más información
Camden is a brilliant place for diverse shopping. Ethnic, hippy, punk, it's all here. If you're in to the club scene or even if you're not it's worth checking out Cyberdog in the market for a taste... más información
Recomendado por 119 anfitriones de la zona
2-minute walk. Modern European classics in a trendy loft-restaurant with cocktails and stage shows downstairs.
Amazing restaurant in a converted warehouse. Bit pricey, but worth it. Their brunch is great, book a table for Sat or Sun and enjoy the pianist playing old pop songs. Good cocktail bar too.
Modern European classics in a trendy loft-restaurant with cocktails and stage shows downstairs.
Recomendado por 481 anfitriones de la zona
Panoramic views from high level walkways and behind-the-scenes access to original lifting machinery. Tower Bridge is a combined bascule and suspension bridge in London built in 1886–1894. The bridg... más información
Coming to London and not seeing Tower Bridge would be like going to Italy and not eating gelato and pizza! This iconic London landmark is accessible to the public at all times. What most visitors... más información
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The Towpath along Regent's Canal is great for an afternoon stroll. There are lots of cute house boats on either side of the canal. On Sunday you usually see them swap places. Also a great way to wa... más información
Only open in the summer, this is a little cafe in four old industrial units, with tables on the canal. Come here for breakfast and the menu will usually include fried eggs on toast or granola with... más información
Honest high quality food Owned by food stylist & food photographer. Idylllic spot by the canal, sit in the sun watch the world go by, or rather cyclists, runners, dog walkers, house boats...
Recomendado por 110 anfitriones de la zona
The most amazing breakfasts. American pancakes, waffles, smoothies, and a full English are all options. Prepare yourself for queuing - it's THAT good, people will queue to get a table !
English and American breakfasts, plus comfort foods and burgers in cheerful, quirky surrounds.
An 80s style dinner and they’re very famous for breakfasts. I don’t go so often because at the weekends people queue up to get a table… and I don’t do well if I have to queue before breakfast!
Recomendado por 103 anfitriones de la zona
Cheap but tasty sourdough Pizza. Broadway Market and London Fields can be walked to along the canal from Shoreditch - go to the market on a Sunday
Just recently discovered this gem....absolutely delicious pizza, salad and organic wine. The cheapest pizza is £4.50......amazing value and right on Broadway Market. Very popular so good for lunch.
Best pizza in town, began in Brixton Market but has spread its delicious sourdough bases to Broadway market too - thankfully!
Recomendado por 108 anfitriones de la zona
Perennially popular pub (ooh, catchy phrase!), only a few minutes’ walk from Portobello Road. High praise from all guides, the pub was founded by Tom Conran of Conran family fame. Irish pub.
Hidden away just 5-10 minutes walk away , The Cow is a n traditional Pub which prides itself in its ethos "eat heartily and give the house a good name" A gastro pub serving fine real ale and th... más información
This traditional, small pub is run by Tom Conran (Son of Sir Terence Conran) serves a fab guinness with oysters and a good, basic dinner menu. Occasional star spotting!
Recomendado por 132 anfitriones de la zona
Whether you go for a smoked salmon and cream cheese beigel or salt beef beigel you can be sure of a cheap and cheerful 24 hour snack. Popular with tourists, tramps, nightclubbers, taxi drivers and ... más información
24-hour bakery known for traditional Jewish-style filled bagels such as salt beef and smoked salmon. This draws the crowds as it is cheap, characterful and non-missable part of Brick Lane heritage!
East London's oldest Beigel shop - different from an American bagel, but still delicious. The salt beef beigel here is famous, and rightly so. Must try! It's open 24 hours to boot!
Recomendado por 103 anfitriones de la zona
Hip, industrial-chic pizzeria with a 'disco ball' oven, for brunch, drinks and Italian small plates.
Italian restaurant. Industrial-style pizzeria with a disco ball oven. Good for brunch and Italian small plates.
Recomendado por 278 anfitriones de la zona
The Science Museum is a major museum on Exhibition Road in South Kensington, London. It was founded in 1857 and today is one of the city's major tourist attractions, attracting 3.3 million visitors... más información
Attracting over 3 million visitors every year, this is one of London's major tourist attractions. A vast treasury of science and invention, famous for its state of the art interactive exhibits.
Recomendado por 100 anfitriones de la zona
World famous Yotam Ottolenghi - cafe for take away salads and pastries. "The Mediterranean influence is still strong in our cooking but we are as likely, these days, to be reaching for the mirin ... más información
There is a tiny communal table at the back where you can grab a seat if you are lucky, otherwise take away their ridiculously delicious cakes... excellent bread... best croissants this part of town... más información
Flavours from around North Africa and the Middle East at this chic deli and 10-seat cafe.