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Best things to do in Greater London

Discover the city according to locals. Find the best things to do, places to eat, and get priceless advice from the people who live here.

Courthouse
“An impressive building started in 1873. It is possible to visit all the building and to enter in court rooms to hear some cil cases: you are allowed to sit in the back two rows! Just be quiet! In front of the buiding there is the Twining's tea shop which dates form the 18th century... and where you can try a delicious tea.”
6 locals recommend
Bar
“Amazing but classic english pub in converted banking hall in Fleet Street. Ignore the address here it is 194 Fleet Street.”
1 local recommends
Pub
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“This pub is wonderful. There is a resident cat who wears a ruff, always full of interesting people, and nice food.”
8 locals recommend
Vegetarian / Vegan Restaurant
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“VEGAN/ VEGETARIAN Near Chancery Lane (4 stops Central Line) Modern restaurant serving gourmet vegetarian dishes in an Art Deco-inspired dining room.”
6 locals recommend
Premise
“If you are into old buildings this in my opinion is a must only to see the Grand Hall and the facade of the building - Home of Justice! ”
2 locals recommend
Jewelry Store
“One of London's quirky places- a world of silver dealers whose shops are actual vaults (big steel safes) underground. You got to experience it once! Great place for vintage silver buys too!”
3 locals recommend
Premise
“Chancery Lane is a London Underground station in central London. It is on the Central line between St. Paul's and Holborn stations.”
2 locals recommend
Bar
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“Designer furnishings and cowhide fabrics create a lavish backdrop for Argentine food and wine.”
4 locals recommend
Bar
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“Compact, airy restaurant hung with contemporary art and mirrors, serving Modern European cuisine. ”
3 locals recommend
Burrito Place
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“Market-fresh fillings prepared for design-your-own Mexican burritos or tacos, eat-in or takeaway.”
2 locals recommend
Route
1 local recommends
Bar
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“Elegant basement venue for casual French dishes, pastis, absinthe and an indoor petanque court.”
2 locals recommend
Food
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“A hidden historical affordable place to enjoy the luxury medieval life. A well-known Pop by Londoner only”
2 locals recommend
Restaurant
“Perfect for a quick bite of Japanese food after studying at the Maughan next door. Quite authentic and cheap (for students there's an extra discount) definitely try some of the snacks there, its imported.”
1 local recommends
Restaurant
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“Delicious rustic French food close to the flat. Often eat here whenever there's no energy to cook but no willingness to get out of the house.”
1 local recommends