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How Does The Amenity Info Looks Like at London?

Top Rental Amenities in London

There are in total of 15 rental amenities in London, shown above with the property numbers. In London, 413 rentals offer Internet or Wifi, 403 rentals offer Bed linens provided, 402 rentals offer TV. So, if you need Internet or Wifi during your vacation, use the Internet or Wifi filter to compare these properties. Two amenities that are not typical are Hot Tub, Pool.

How Does The Vacation Home Rental Price Look Like in London?

Vacation Apartment & House Rental Price Information in London

The graph shows the percentages of vacation homes in each price bucket. London has the largest percentage (24.32%) of homes in $150 - $200 price range.
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What Are The Most Liked Rental Accommodations in London?
Rental Property Types in London
In London, 75.53% of listings are Apartment, which is the most popular accommodation out of 10 total accommodation types. Avg price per night for Apartment is around $220. And the most searched amenities for Apartment accommodation is Hot Tub.The least popular accommodation in London is Bungalow rentals
How Many Rental Accommodations Are Pets Friendly in London?
Percentage of Pet Friendly Rental Properties in London
9.50% of vacation homes in London are pet friendly. Either you bring your loved pets on vacation or you have pet allergies, make sure to select the homes by applying the right filters.
What Are The Must-Visit Places in London?
Points of Interests In London

The most common & popular places (a.k.a points of interests) here in London are:

How to get around in London?

Airports: Heathrow airport is one of the busiest international airports in the world, handling a variety of domestic, European, and interstate passengers and flights. Some cheap, short-haul flights will also take off and land at Gatwick airport.

Train: the core of London's public transport network is the London underground, the oldest and largest subway system in the world since its establishment in 1863. 

Long-distance Bus: Although the public transport system in central London is well developed, the bus is still widely used for locals to travel.

What are the activities in London that are family friendly?
Family Friendly Activities

Notting Hill

Notting Hill is near the northwest corner of Hyde Park. Although it is located in London, it is full of strong exotic flavor. This is a mixed area of people from all over the world, known for its annual carnival. The Notting Hill Carnival lasts for two days on the last weekend of August each year. The first day is children's Carnival and the next day is the adult carnival. The Notting Hill fair on the weekend is also an important factor to attract a large number of tourists. It has both petty bourgeoisie and literature and art. Another love film named Notting Hill was released in 1999.

London Eye

The London Eye, also known as the Millennium Wheel, is designed to meet the new millennium. It is located on the Bank of the Thames in London. It is a landmark of London and one of the most attractive tourist spots in London. The London Eye opened in 2000, with a total height of 135 meters. It was the world's largest Ferris wheel at that time. There were 32 fully enclosed cabins, each of which could seat about 20 people. It took about half an hour to complete a circle. The Ferris wheel offers a panoramic view of London's 25-mile radius, along with explanations of London's major landmarks. The London Eye at night will turn into a huge blue halo, greatly increasing the dreaminess of the Thames. It is recommended to book in advance to avoid long queues.

What does the calendar look like for local events & festivals in London?
Local Events & Festivals

Christmas in London

Christmas is the most important holiday in Britain. After December, the whole London city is preparing for Christmas. Romantic skating rink, colorful Christmas market, flashing Festival lights, rich traditional food The streets and alleys of England is filled with a festive atmosphere of Christmas. Many students will choose to come to London for Christmas and the new year, and immerse themselves in the warm and happy winter atmosphere. The Christmas lights in Oxford Street and Regent Street are a must-have attraction in London during the Christmas month. Different designers are invited to design the lighting design every year. After dark at 4 o'clock in London, the whole street is immersed in the happy atmosphere of Christmas. Traditional Christmas fairs such as Hyde Park Winter Carnival, London Tower Bridge Christmas market, Leicester Square Christmas market are also very popular. Here you can not only enjoy the top ice show but also skate, participate in games in the playground, buy small crafts, etc. 

Bonfire Night 

In November, bonfire night is also a popular holiday in Britain, in addition to Halloween. On November 5 every year, bonfire party and fireworks show will be held.

The Queen's Birthday Parade

The Queen's birthday is April 21, and every year the official birthday celebration will choose the first, second, or third Saturday in June to hold many celebrations. April is still very cold in Britain, so the official chooses to celebrate in June on sunny days. On the day of the celebration, soldiers participating in the parade are required to wear heavy bearskin hats, and a military band will perform live music. The queen will take a special carriage from Buckingham Palace and be escorted by royal guards to participate in the parade. Starting from Buckingham Palace, the mall, horse guards Parade, and Whitehall, the queen, and her family will wave to the audience on the balcony of Buckingham Palace. At this time, the Royal Air Force will fly over the air at about 1:00 p.m. To visit the event, you can choose to go to St. James Park to watch the Royal Guard parade, or you can choose to buy tickets to watch. Every year, the BBC will broadcast the whole process of the celebration. Those who can't go to the scene can also choose to watch TV or live network.

What are the must-visit places in London?
Must See Attractions

The British Museum

One of the largest and most famous museums in the world, the huge collection can show almost the whole world's civilization process. There are more than 7 million cultural relics and treasures collected in the museum from all over the world. 

Buckingham Palace

Buckingham Palace is the place where the queen of England works and lives in London, the administrative headquarters of the royal family, and one of the few royal palaces still in use in the world. Like the famous parliament building, tower bridge and red double-decker bus, it is the symbol of London and even the whole UK. The 19 state halls and gardens in Buckingham Palace will be open to visitors during the Queen's annual visit to Scotland.

River Thames

The Thames River is the famous mother river in England, which crosses London City. In the history of England, the Thames River Basin occupies an important position and can be called a flowing history. You can take the Thames River double-deck cruise tour, there are professional guides along the way English explanation. You can also choose to walk along the river.

Westminster Abbey

Westminster Abbey is located on the North Bank of the Thames River. It is the Anglican Chapel of the British church. It is also the place where kings of all ages are crowned and royal family members are married. Prince William's wedding was held here. Besides the royal family, many celebrities including Newton and Churchill are also buried here. This magnificent church is the representative of Gothic architecture, magnificent and solemn and quiet. 

Tower Bridge

London Tower Bridge is a suspension bridge across the Thames River. It is the symbol of London, known as "the main gate of London". 

What are the travel peak seasons in London?
Peak Seasons

Affected by the North Atlantic warm current and westerly wind, London has a temperate marine climate with a small temperature difference in four seasons. It is cool in summer, warm in winter, humid in air, and rainy and foggy, especially in autumn and winter.

The summer temperature in London is around 18° C, sometimes reaching 30° C or higher. In spring and autumn, the temperature is about 15° C. In winter, the temperature fluctuates around 6° C. There are rare cases of freezing in London in winter.

What are the nightlife spots in London?
Nightlife Spots

The Covent Garden Cocktail Club

The Covent Garden cocktail club is located in the most prosperous and artistic Covent Garden in London. The bar is full of British free atmosphere. In addition to classic cocktails, customers can order special cocktails according to their own tastes. The creative cocktail here will make you marvel, not only the exotic pineapple Martini but also the chocolate brownie with brownie cake.

Princess Louise

The interior decoration of this bar is quite distinctive. In the original old building, you can use some modern elements to recreate this small bar which is friendly to the people. However, you can still find some regular wood carvings. Many customers will return to their homes for their wide range of beers. Coupled with a particularly comfortable drinking atmosphere, it is a bar worth visiting in London.

The old bank of England

In 1994, fuller, a giant wine chain in London, bought the site and transformed it into a magnificent bar with the original intention of restoring and preserving the heritage.

Where to visit in order to explore art and culture in London?
Art & Culture Places

The National Gallery

The National Gallery is located near Trafalgar Square. When it was first established in 1824, there were only 38 paintings by Rembrandt, LAL, and others that George IV convinced the government to buy. Later, it was gradually expanded into a national gallery which mainly collects paintings. At present, the exhibits in the National Gallery of art are mainly small and medium-sized works. There are as many as 2300 world-class paintings from the 13th century to the 19th century in chronological order, among which Van Gogh's "sunflower" is the most famous. In addition, there is Taylor's "the Dreadnought", Botticelli's "Venus and the God of war" and Da Vinci's "the virgin among the rocks", as well as Monet's original works, which are extremely precious. The museum is well equipped with free wifi. Photos are not allowed in some exhibition areas. 

Natural History Museum

There are about 70 million specimens in the Museum of history and natural history in Victoria. The contents of the exhibition in the 20 large exhibition halls include six aspects: Paleontology, minerals, plants, animals, ecology, and human beings. Many of the collections are of epoch-making scientific and historical value, such as the specimens collected by Darwin when he studied the theory of evolution. The specimens in the museum are all made according to the same size proportion. When the 33-meter long blue whale specimen appears in front of us, it is simply shocking. There are also huge and complete dinosaur skeletons. The library of the museum has a large number of early natural research manuscripts, pictures, books, and periodicals, which can only be consulted by appointment in advance. This is the knowledge garden for children to experience a natural pleasure. 

Royal Observatory Greenwich

The observatory is located on a hill in Greenwich Park overlooking the Thames River in London.

Where are the hidden gems or unique spots to visit in London?
Hidden Gems

Platform 9 3/4

A platform leading to Hogwarts School of witchcraft and wizardry in Rowling's Harry Potter series.

M&M's World

The world's largest m-bean candy shop, a total of three floors. The chocolate fans must go. You can buy all kinds of candies. 

Oxford Street

Oxford Street in London, together with Fifth Avenue in New York & the Champs Elysees in Paris is known as "the three most charming streets in the world". It has become the busiest street in London due to the surging crowds throughout the year. Oxford Street is the first shopping street in Britain and it attracts 30 million tourists from all over the world every year.

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