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Top Tips for a London Break on a Budget

LondonThink of London, and chances are your first thoughts are of the regality and riches of the Royal Family, glitz and glamour of the West End, or perhaps the style, sophistication and expensive shops of Kensington and Chelsea.

For some, such images could well be enough to put you off thinking of paying a visit to England’s capital city. After all, won’t it be a costly endeavour to visit London even for a short break?

Not necessarily.

At the Amsterdam Hotel, London’s visitors can still experience a once-in-a-lifetime visit without paying over the odds, especially if you take on board the following top tips for a London break Continue reading

Top Tourist Attractions a Train Ride Away from West London

StonehengeAs one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world, it should come as no surprise to learn that London has everything you could ever need for the perfect city break.

You could spend an entire week or more exploring all the galleries, museums, landmarks and local haunts of West London and still only see a fraction of what the area really has to offer. Though if this is your second visit, you may have already checked off most of those must-see tourist attractions. This time around then, you’re looking for something a little different.

In that case, why not step out of the Hotel Amsterdam, make your way to Earls Court Tube Station, and set off to explore these top tourist attractions that are all just a train ride Continue reading

The South Bank of London’s River Thames – Let us Take You on a Tour of its Top Tourist Attractions

The South Bank of the River Thames is a premiere theatre and historical district with much to offer to any visitor.

View of London from South BankThe South Bank of the River Thames in London has a storied history. Located across from the city of London’s north bank, this area was considered outside of the boundary of London town and was less controlled through the years by the monarchy. Continue reading