Love London? Love Its Nightlife!
London has to be one of the most exciting cities in the world. There is so much to do there, so many things to see, so much history... And when it comes to nightlife, the list is almost endless. There is a huge variety of activities to suit everyone in good old London town.
London's West End may well be the ultimate place to watch a fabulous show. 'Theatre Land' as it is known is full of culture and excitement, and you can find a musical, play, ballet, or opera to suit any taste. What will you go and see? There is a lot to choose from, and if you're not sure you can simply wander past each theatre and take your pick - sometimes there are tickets going spare at the box office. Or why not go online and read the reviews? It will give you a good idea of what you might like.
ClubbingLondon has been synonymous with nightclubs since the 1960s when they became incredibly popular. Since the 'swinging 60s' nightclubs have never fallen out of fashion, and there are some excellent ones in London that will allow you to party until dawn (and then some!) including the world renowned Ministry Of Sound.
CasinosIt may come as a surprise that London is as well stocked with casinos as many other cities. There are dozens dotted around the capital, each one with its own unique brand of gaming. Before you go it's always worth practising online just to make sure you don't lose too much money at the gaming tables... MrSmithCasino is as close to the real thing as you can get, so you'll be a pro by the time you get to London if you play there.
RestaurantsTrue foodies consider London to be one of the great gastronomic cities in the world. And quite right too. With 66 Michelin starred restaurants, it would be difficult to find anyone who couldn't find their perfect eatery in the city. From specialist high end restaurants to more budget friendly cafes, you're never more than a few metres away from somewhere to satisfy those hunger pangs.
See The SightsJust because it's night time - and quite possibly dark - that doesn't mean you have to stop sightseeing. Famous landmarks such as the London Eye still operate late into the night, and that can even be the best time to enjoy them as the city itself is stunning when the sun goes down.
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