LONdon's BEST PLACES TO VISIT in 2022

We've selected our favourite of London's most interesting & beautiful places to visit


LONdon's BEST PLACES TO VISIT in 2022

We've selected our favourite of London's most interesting & beautiful places to visit in 2022

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Greenwich Village
    The Greenwich district in South East London is widely renowned for its rich maritime history, large expanses of green spaces and for lending its name to the global standard ‘Greenwich Mean Time’, as documented at the Royal Observatory in Greenwich Park. While certainly more understated and community-centred than many other parts of London, Greenwich Village still has much to offer visitors. There is an eclectic market, dating back to 1737, that hosts a range of independent outlets.

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The Cutty Sark
    The Cutty Sark is a British tea clipper ship built in 1869 and one of the last to ever be built as sailing ships gave way to steam propulsion. The name comes from the famous poem "Tam O'Shanter" by Robert Burns.

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Heap’s Farm Shop
    Tucked away in a small side street of Greenwich, just around the corner from the beautiful Royal Park, you'll find Heap's Gourmet Sausages, Farm Shop and Café. Heap's is the place to visit if you want to enjoy some of the finest sausages in the country.



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The Queen's House
    The Queen's House is a former royal residence built between 1616 and 1635 in Greenwich. It was commissioned by King James I and built as the summer residence for his wife, Anne of Denmark. It was first rumoured that the Queen’s House was haunted in the 1960s after a photograph taken by a tourist appeared to show one or more ghosts on the


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Clapton
    With a community spirit, buzzy bars, vibrant eateries, historic churches and creative independent shops, Clapton is a neighbourhood full of contrasts between the gentrified area it has become, and its more neglected past. For greenery head to Springfield Park where you can walk along the River Lea Navigation Canal. 

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Hackney
    Hackney was formerly an industrial hub and has gone through enormous regeneration to become one of the most popular neighbourhoods, particularly with creative folk, thanks to its fantastic food, pop-up galleries, community vibe and legendary nightlife. London Fields is one of the local outdoor spaces and even has its own iconic lido.  

 
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Broadway Market
    A Victorian working market situated in Hackney, North London. The market runs every Saturday with a plethora of colourful sinstas. During the week the street is open with a mix of independent retailers from butchers and bakers to hardware stores and bookshops.


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Well Street Kitchen
    Well Street Kitchen, located on the historic Well Street Market in the heart of Hackney, is a small and friendly café serving freshly-sourced produce to make breakfast classics, tasty lunchtime fare and natural juices. They also host regular pop-up evenings with a variety of chefs and global cuisine. 


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Canary Wharf
    Named after its Canary Island fruit trade history, Canary Wharf is today the financial hub of London. Characterised by shimmering silver skyscrapers, this Manhattanesque skyline becomes even more impressive by night when illuminated windows of the towers shine out over London. Its Isle of Dogs location makes the waterside wharf an attractive place to wander during lunch breaks for the city workers. Photo credit instagrammer - ottoberkeley


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Dulwich Village
    Just five miles south of the City of London sits the affluent and historic village of Dulwich in the borough of Southwark.  With its famous school, Dulwich College (founded in 1619), many of the original, elegant college buildings have now been transformed into homes and offices. The inaccessibility of the village, thanks to the lack of a tube line, has given it a more distinctive countryside ambience, with its leafy tree-lined streets and open parkland spaces. 

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Greenwich Village
    The Greenwich district in South East London is widely renowned for its rich maritime history, large expanses of green spaces and for lending its name to the global standard ‘Greenwich Mean Time’, as documented at the Royal Observatory in Greenwich Park. While certainly more understated and community-centred than many other parts of London, Greenwich Village still has much to offer visitors. There is an eclectic market, dating back to 1737, that hosts a range of independent outlets.

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The Cutty Sark
    The Cutty Sark is a British tea clipper ship built in 1869 and one of the last to ever be built as sailing ships gave way to steam propulsion. The name comes from the famous poem "Tam O'Shanter" by Robert Burns.

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Heap’s Farm Shop
    Tucked away in a small side street of Greenwich, just around the corner from the beautiful Royal Park, you'll find Heap's Gourmet Sausages, Farm Shop and Café. Heap's is the place to visit if you want to enjoy some of the finest sausages in the country.



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The Queen's House
    The Queen's House is a former royal residence built between 1616 and 1635 in Greenwich. It was commissioned by King James I and built as the summer residence for his wife, Anne of Denmark. It was first rumoured that the Queen’s House was haunted in the 1960s after a photograph taken by a tourist appeared to show one or more ghosts on the


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Clapton
    With a community spirit, buzzy bars, vibrant eateries, historic churches and creative independent shops, Clapton is a neighbourhood full of contrasts between the gentrified area it has become, and its more neglected past. For greenery head to Springfield Park where you can walk along the River Lea Navigation Canal. 

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Hackney
    Hackney was formerly an industrial hub and has gone through enormous regeneration to become one of the most popular neighbourhoods, particularly with creative folk, thanks to its fantastic food, pop-up galleries, community vibe and legendary nightlife. London Fields is one of the local outdoor spaces and even has its own iconic lido.  

 
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Broadway Market
    A Victorian working market situated in Hackney, North London. The market runs every Saturday with a plethora of colourful sinstas. During the week the street is open with a mix of independent retailers from butchers and bakers to hardware stores and bookshops.


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Well Street Kitchen
    Well Street Kitchen, located on the historic Well Street Market in the heart of Hackney, is a small and friendly café serving freshly-sourced produce to make breakfast classics, tasty lunchtime fare and natural juices. They also host regular pop-up evenings with a variety of chefs and global cuisine. 


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Canary Wharf
    Named after its Canary Island fruit trade history, Canary Wharf is today the financial hub of London. Characterised by shimmering silver skyscrapers, this Manhattanesque skyline becomes even more impressive by night when illuminated windows of the towers shine out over London. Its Isle of Dogs location makes the waterside wharf an attractive place to wander during lunch breaks for the city workers. Photo credit instagrammer - ottoberkeley


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