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    Where can I visit for free in London?

    One of the most incredible things about London is its free attractions - you'll be amazed at how many there are. The V&A Museum in South Kensington is a stunning collection of art and culture and, to be honest, the beautiful, ornate building is enough to make you say "wow". Stop by the Natural History Museum and take off your hat to Hope the blue whale, or get some innovative tips at the Design Museum - you might be surprised about the history of our most-used everyday objects. Or for something a little different (with a touch of the gothic), visit Sir John Soane's Museum in Holborn and fall into a rabbit hole of antiquity from across the world.

    Where are the best places to shop in London?

    Oxford Street is the place to be for all your shopping needs or maybe you like the bright lights and shiny boutiques of Covent Garden close to the West End (and the best musicals in London). If you’re looking for a lavish experience – because who doesn’t love a little luxury? – Liberty London department store might be your cup of (high) tea. A heavenly respite from chaotic Oxford Street, Liberty is a famous designer department store, best known for its hand-printed fabrics. Opened in 1875 in a photogenic Tudor-revival building, this creaky-floored mansion brims with the most decadent skincare, perfume, shoes and clothes.

    What are the most beautiful parks in London?

    It might be an urban metropolis but this city is blessed with gorgeous green spaces. Stay central with London’s Victoria Park or take the District Tube line west to Richmond Park and frolic with the deer. Channel your inner Romantic poet on Hampstead Heath to the north, or try something a little more secluded at St Mary’s Secret Garden, just a 20-minute walk from citizenM Shoreditch hotel.

    What’s the easiest way to travel around London?

    Oyster cards make traveling around London super easy. It is a travel card that you can pre-load with money to pay for your travel costs and can be used on the train, Tube and buses around the city. Get on board by just tapping in! Get your Oyster card at kiosks around London tube or train stations. Keep the card and use it next time you return to London.

    Where do I get an Oyster card?

    Oyster cards make traveling around London super easy. It is a travel card that you can pre-load with money to pay for your travel costs and can be used on the train, Tube and buses around the city. Get on board by just tapping in! Get your Oyster card at kiosks around London tube or train stations. Keep the card and use it next time you return to London.

    Where can I eat in London?

    Looking for the best Thai restaurant in London? Say hello to Smoking Goat. Taking inspiration from Bangkok’s late night canteens, this restaurant serves fiery and fragrant aharn glam lao – that’s Thai for ‘drinking food’. It's a 2-minute walk from citizenM London Shoreditch hotel.

    For something fancier - just a 7-minute walk from citizenM London Victoria hotel, try The Goring for Michelin-star restaurant dining in London. Try elegant Edwardian dining with traditional British-inspired dishes – foraged truffles, anyone?

    Ready to jump on the hype? The famous Salt Bae restuarant in London - Nusr-Et Steakhouse in Knightsbridge - might be a touch on the expensive side but where else can you get a gold-plated steak? Only here.

    Where are the best musicals in London?

    The West End is where all the greats have trodden the boards, darling. Home to some of London' oldest theatres - like the Theatre Royal Drury Lane, which opened in 1663 - this is the place to watch musicals, plays, ballet and more. Tickets range in prices but it's alway worth looking for last-minute deals that might come with a big discount (leaving more money to spend on something a little naughty).

    Where can I stay in London?

    There are four citizenM hotels in London - meaning you have even more choice when it comes to affordable luxury. Keep it central at citizenM London Victoria Station hotel or go in search of the super-cool east-end at citizenM London Shoreditch hotel. Can't keep your eyes of the city's historic sights? citizenM London Bankside and Tower of London hotels put you within walking distance of Tower of London, the Shard, London Eye...

    What are London’s most famous streets to visit?

    Portobello Road - "street where the riches of ages are stowed", or so the song goes. This Notting Hill walkway hosts an incredible market 6 days of the week. Discover everything from mind-blowing antiques to delicious street food and second-hand tiaras fit for the Queen of Sheba. Maybe Brick Lane in East London is more your scene - filled with edgy clothes shops, pop-up eateries and experiemental exhibition spaces. Feeling musical? A trip down Shaftesbury Avenue in the West End will leave you singing and dancing.

    What can I do in London on a weekend?

    OK, the top 3 things to do - let's go. 1. Take the Northern Line to Camden. 2. Explore the quirky markets, then go to Hampstead Heath and channel your inner poet. 3. Visit Covent Garden and get swept up in indie boutiques and street entertainment. Want to live like a local? Sign up to the 'Londonist' newsletter for all the latest pop-up events and secret hidden gems - you'll uncover a whole new side to the city.

    When is the best time to visit London?

    There's nothing better than sitting in Greenwich Park or on Hampstead Heath looking out at the city skyline in June or early July. Temperatures around this time are in the early 20s - perfect for enjoying a '99' ice-cream cone. Things can get quite busy in the summer months but September and October often have great weather.