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London Travel Guide

Getting to London

There is one (1) direct flight with British Airways to London Heathrow Airport that costs around $2,500 round trip. There are several flights that have stops that start at $1,200 round trip.

Getting to Wembley Stadium

Wembley Stadium is about 40 minutes from London.

There are park and ride locations close to Wembley Stadium that can be found HERE.

You can also reach Wembley by Tube rail to the Wembley Park Station (Zone 4). You can see the local travel information from where you are staying HERE.

  • Lodging
  • Tourism
  • Dining
  • Lodging

    Crowne Plaza London the City
    Hilton London Tower Bridge
    Apex Temple Court Hotel

    Notting Hill:
    Grand Royale London Hyde Park
    DoubleTree by Hilton – London Hyde Park
    Phoenix Hotel

    The Sanctuary House Hotel
    Hotel 41
    Conrad London St. James

    The Soho Hotel
    Hotel Café Royal
    The Piccadilly London West End

    The Bloomsbury
    Morton Hotel
    The Montague on the Gardens

    Convent Garden
    Radisson Blu Edwardian Mercer Street Hotel
    Amba Hotel Charing Cross
    St. Martins Lane London Hotel

    InterContinental London Park Lane
    The Dorchester
    London Hilton on Park Lane

  • Tourism

    The Coca-Cola London EyeThe London Eye is a major feature of London’s skyline. It boasts some of London’s best views from its 32 capsules. It will be an unforgettable experience.

    Buckingham Palace TourThe Queen’s official London residence has 775 rooms. It one of the few working royal places working in the world today. It is only open to visitors during the summer months but you can visit year round to see the famous Changing the Guard.

    Tower of LondonTake a tour of one of the world’s most famous buildings. It has a 900-year history as a royal palace, prison and place of execution, arsenal, jewel house and zoo. You can explore a medieval king’s bedchamber and even view the Crown Jewels.

    Westminster AbbeyMore than one million visitors a year flock to this 700-year old building. Frequented by Kings, queens, statesmen, poets and priests. It is full of British history. Audio guides are free with entry and touring takes about an hour.

    Kensington PalaceKensington Palace is one of the most intriguing Historic Royal Palaces. You can discover stories from Queen Victoria’s life, visit the King’s state apartments, view Princess Diana’s dresses and view the Queen’s state apartments.

    The ShardThe view from the Shard is a top visitor attraction at the top of Western Europe’s tallest building. At a height of 800 ft., it offers 40-mile views over London. View spots like the Coca-Cola London Eye, St. Paul’s Cathedral and Wembley Stadium.

    Big BenThe Houses of Parliament and Elizabeth Tower are commonly called Big Ben. Big Ben got its name for the massive bell inside the clock tower. It is one of London’s most famous landmarks.

    British MuseumThe world-famous British Museum exhibits works of man from prehistoric to modern times from around the world. Highlights include the Rosetta Stone, the Parthenon sculptures and the mummies in the Ancient Egypt collection. It is FREE but some exhibits require tickets.

    Tower BridgeYou can go inside the Tower Bridge Exhibition to learn about how the world’s most famous bridge works and the history behind its creation. You can enjoy the panoramic views from the walkways above the Thames and visit the original Victorian engines. You can also experience a unique viewpoint with their glass floor panels to view London beneath your feet.

    National GalleryLondon’s National Gallery is a vast space filled with Western European paintings from the 13th to 19th centuries. Find works by masters such as Van Gogh, da Vinci, Botticelli, Constable, Renoir, Titan and Stubbs. It is FREE but some exhibits require tickets.

  • Restaurants

    BarrafinaEach restaurant has an open kitchen, a beautiful marble-topped bar where guests can sit and watch the chefs at work and stylish red leather stools. The a la carte menus comprise authentic regional dishes from around Spain and there is also a daily changing specials menu unique to each restaurant. Dean Street, 26-27 Dean Street, W1D 3LL

    For more info, click HERE.

    Counter CultureA small snack bar with just 15 seats, Counter Culture is a celebration of all of the small things we are passionate about. We’re pickling, fermenting, curing and bottling the best of the season’s produce, and coupling it with the incredible meat, fish and vegetables from all of our key suppliers to create delicious simple snacks. 16 The Pavement, Clapham Old Town, London SW4 0HY

    For more info, click HERE.

    The BarbaryThe Barbary menu reflects the countries from the Atlantic Coast through to the Mediterranean Sea leading to Israel. It is recommended as one of the top restaurants in London. 16 Neal's Yard, London WC2H 9DP

    For more info, click HERE.

    Som SaaOne of the top restaurants along with its cocktail bar, Som Saa serves regional thai dishes in a former fabric warehouse in East London. 43A Commercial St, London E1 6BD, UK

    For more info, click HERE.

    HoppersHoppers is a family-style restaurant that serves Sri Lankan cooking and inventive cocktails offered in vibrant, relaxed surroundings. 49 Frith St, Soho, London W1D 4SG, UK

    For more info, click HERE.

    Bao Bao is regarded as another one of the top places to eat in London. The restaurant provides intimate, wood-furnished space for steamed milk buns & other inventive Taiwanese eats & drinks

    For more info, click HERE.

    Chick ‘n’ SoursChick ‘n’ Sours is a great restaurant masquerading as a chicken shop! A whimsical menu of herb fed fried chicken, serious seasonal sides, sour cocktails, local beers & cracking soft serve ice cream creations. 1a Earlham Street, Seven Dials, WC2H 9LL

    For more info, click HERE.

    The LedburyA five-star restaurant, The Ledbury is one of the top 50 restaurants in the world and considered by many to be the top restaurant in London. The cuisine cuisine is “based around fabulous British produce where possible, with lots of vegetables and wild English game”. One of the most iconic dishes is flame-grilled mackerel with smoked eel, celtic mustard and shiso. 127 Ledbury Road, Notting Hill, London W11 2AQ

    For more info, click HERE.

    HedoneAnother one of the world’s best 50 restaurants, Hedone’s cooking philosophy is based on cooking everything to order with whatever produce and ingredients are available. There is no set menu, rather Hedone focuses on producing the finest quality of foods as they are ordered – the foods being dependent on what is in stock.

    For more info, click HERE.

    Sugar MillLocated just yards away from Wembley Stadium and Arena, Sugar Mill is an oasis of indulgence – offering a touch of the familiar infused with their signature decadence. Experience the delicious fresh food, unique a la carte desserts and wide selection of carefully selected wines in a new tantalising way! Sugar Mill is a great place to eat brunch or lunch before the game! 3 Lakeside Way, Wembley HA9 0BU

    For more info, click HERE.


    The Barrowboy & BankerOfficial Saints bar for the week! Long established as the best pub in London Bridge for a pint, The Barrowboy & Banker hosts a fresh selection of Fuller’s favourites and cracking craft ales. There’ll be an array of bespoke gin creations too, putting a fresh twist on the classic G&T. 6-8 Borough High Street, London SE1 9QQ

    For more info, click HERE.

    Blind PigThe Blind Pig on Poland Street is the ‘hidden’ top-floor cocktail bar above Social Eating House, a popular Soho dining spot, part of Jason Atherton’s growing empire. Drinks come care of mixologist Gareth Evans and the room is handsomely decked out, all brown leather and concrete. 58 Poland St, London W1F 7NR

    For more info, click HERE.

    French HouseThe French offers a warm welcome to friends and newcomers alike, together with a choice of thirty superb champagnes and wines by the glass. 49 Dean Street, Soho, London, W1D 5BG

    For more info, click HERE.

    OrioleThe Oriole’s sumptuous space is an oasis of warmth, mystery and magic where for the space of an evening Londoners and visitors alike can enjoy a glorious sense of disconnection from the outside world. Smithfield Markets, E Poultry Ave, London EC1A 9LH, UK

    For more info, click HERE.

    Sky Pod at the Sky GardenThroughout the day, soak up the views with drinks, light snacks and sandwiches; in the evenings the extensive cocktail list and sharing boards become the star of the show as London comes to life and music fills the air. Sky Garden Walk, London, EC3M 8AF

    For more info, click HERE.

    NOLANOLA's interior takes its inspiration from the historic architecture of classic cocktail bars the Crescent City is famous for. With a unique blend of oak paneled walls, Tiffany lamps, a blues soundtrack, access to a rooftop cigar terrace, and comfortable down-home sophistication NOLA is able to transport it's guests away from the bustling Bourbon Street vibe of New Orleans, and into the grandeur deep inside the Vieux Carré for a night you'll never forget. 107 Roman Rd, London E2 0QN, United Kingdom

    For more info, click HERE.

    BounceThe Bounce concept has been widely regarded by the industry as a game-changer in social entertainment venues, which combines three elements of hospitality: bar, restaurant and entertainment activity - all set against award-winning design and the highest standard of fit out. 241 Old Street, London, EC1V 9EY

    For more info, click HERE.

    The Parish BarLocated right outside of Wembley Stadium, The Parish Bar is one of the best places to grab a drink or hang out before or after the game. 20 Wembley Park Dr, Wembley HA9 8HP, UK

    For more info, call +44 7971 955467


    Public Transportation
    Public transportation in London is reliable and often used via mainline rail, Tube and bus. For fare and schedule information, visit HERE.

    Cab Companies
    One-Number Taxi 0871-871-8710
    Computer Cab 0207-908-0207
    Dial-A-Cab 020-7253-5000

    Private Companies
    Limousines in London +44–1992-663338
    Easy Limo +44-20-7871-3477
    Limos of London +44-20-3322-5428

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