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Summary: London - The city that never sleeps. London is a great party destination. You will be overwhelmed by the variety on offer.
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Destination London

Like New York, London is a melting pot of culture, people, food and entertainment.

A great destination for an extended party; where you can party for multiple nights, or just party for one night.

You will not be lost for something new to experience in London. Put this destination on your list of possibles.


Facts about London’s Culture

Here are a few of the many reasons why London is one of the most culturally vibrant cities in the world.

Three of the top ten museums and galleries in the world are in London and 857 art galleries in total.

London has four UNESCO world heritage sites: Tower of LondonMaritime GreenwichWestminster Palace and Kew’s Royal Botanic Gardens.

There are over 300 languages spoken in London, more than any other city in the world.

There are more than 22,000 music performances a year across London's 300+ venues including the O2 arena - the world's most popular music venue.

London has over 192 museums with 11 national museums including the British Museum - home to thousands of years of culture including the Rosetta Stone (196 BC).

Over 197 festivals take place in London every year including the largest free festival the Mayor’s Thames Festival, and Europe's biggest street festival, the Notting Hill Carnival which attracts near one million people.

London presents more live comedy than any other city in the world. From hosting new talent in the backrooms of pubs to the likes of Chris Rock and Steve Coogan in major arenas.

London dominates the UK visual arts sector, which accounts for 30% of the global art market.

London has played a major role in countless films from A Clockwork Orange to Harry Potter and is the world’s third busiest film production centre with over 14,000 ‘shooting days’ including the 24th Bond film Spectre, filmed here at City Hall.

Over a fifth of all the UK’s cinema screens are based in London. There are more cinema screens in the capital (911) than in any other part of the country.

London Fashion Week generates over £100m of orders and over 32,000 hours of digital content watched in the UK from more than 100 countries.

From the first performance of Shakespeare at The Globe in 1599 there are now at least 200 shows to choose from every day across the West End.

Wilton’s Music Hall in the city is the world’s oldest surviving Music Hall, built in 1743 and still a living piece of London’s musical history.

London has more than 800 bookshops and over 325 public libraries including the British Library, which holds the Magna Carta.

A third of all the UK’s archives are in London including the National Archives which dates back to the 11th century and preserves William the Conqueror's Domesday survey.




Things to do at night in London

Discover London at night with live entertainment, tours and delicious bites.

London officially became a city that never sleeps after the arrival of the Night Tube. The 24-hour Tube operates on Friday and Saturday nights on the Victoria, Jubilee, and most of the Central, Northern and Piccadilly lines.

From exploring museums after hours to taking part in an immersive theatre show, check out 101 of top things to do in London at night.


Transport in London

London has one of the largest urban public transport networks in the world, with integrated bus, river and road systems spanning the city's 32 boroughs.
London's iconic double-decker buses are a convenient and cheap way to travel around the city, with plenty of sightseeing opportunities along the way.
From iconic London black cabs to local minicabs, find all the information you need to help you travel around London by taxi.
The London Underground rail network, also called "the Tube", is a great way to travel to, from and around central London. Read advice on how to navigate it easily and master the London Underground public transport.
Docklands Light Railway
London's innovative, driverless Docklands Light Railway (DLR) serves parts of East and South East London.
River Buses
Travelling by river is a great way to get around London. You'll beat the traffic and enjoy fantastic views of London along the way.
Local Trains
Use London's Overground train network to travel across the city and beyond the Tube.
Trams run in parts of south London between Wimbledon, Croydon, Beckenham and New Addington. The services are frequent and accessible.
Accessible Public Transport
Find your way around the capital with our helpful guide to accessible and wheelchair-friendly travel.
Cycle Hire
London's public bicycle scheme is a great way to travel around the city – and the first half hour is free! Grab yourself a bike and get riding today.
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