London Travel Map

Central London encompasses most of Londonís main attractions, theatres and restaurants, and most places in this area are within walking distance of each other. With a basic city map, youíll be able find your way around easily and include some sightseeing on the way.

The River Thames partitions the city into northern and southern halves, with Central London loosely described as being within the loop of the Undergroundís Circle Line to the north bank of the river. Londonís public transport system is divided into zones, Central London being Zone 1 with the zone numbers rising as one move out from the center.

The city is also divided into boroughs, which are independently run by councils. There are a total of 32 London boroughs plus the City of London. Each part of London has something different to offer, whether itís attractions, lively squares, cuisine, nightlife or simply the atmosphere. West London is renowned for its luxurious and posh areas such as Kensington and Belgravia.

It houses many major attractions, from the Royal Albert Hall to Kew gardens, and has exceptional shopping grounds and beautiful architecture. North London includes appealing inner-city suburbs such as Islington and Camden Town and has a dynamic social scene. East London is a region of great diversity, from the Bengali influenced Brick Lane, to stylish Shoreditch and the modern Docklands area encompassing Canary Wharf.

South London has an animated multi-cultural atmosphere. It incorporates many attractions and settings including the South Bank center, the lively international street markets of Brixton and Deptford, hip and happening Clapham and demure Blackheath.

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