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Sofitel London Gatwick
Gatwick Airport Lon
Crawley , RH6 OPH GB

Hilton London Gatwick Airport
South Terminal Gatwick
London, RH6 0LL GB

Holiday Inn Gatwick Airport
Povey Cross Road
Horley RH6 0BA England

Gatwick Belmont Hotel
46 Massetts Road
Gatwick, GB RH6 7DS

Crowne Plaza Gatwick Crawley
Langley Drive Crawley
H11 7SX GB

Copthorne Hotel
Copthorne Way Copthorne Common Copthorne, RH10 3PG GB

Marriott Lingfield Park Hotel
Racecourse Road Lingfield Surrey, RH76PQ GB

Holiday Inn Express Epsom Downs
Langley Vale Road Epsom

Arora Hotel Gatwick Crawley
Southgate Avenue Crawley

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About London

The city of London in the United Kingdom is located on the River Thames and is a major financial and commercial hub for both the United Kingdom and the world. In 43 A.D., the Romans built a settlement on the land area where the city is currently located. Since then, London has been abandoned, destroyed, and resettled many times. The city of London, as it is now known, was established by Edward the Confessor in the eleventh century when he rebuilt two famous landmarks, Westminster and Westminster Abbey. The city evolved to become the world’s largest by the 1830s, and is still one of the largest in population and land area.

Today, London is a cosmopolitan city where many nationalities live in a mix of urban and suburban neighborhoods with historical backdrops. Visitors will find something of interest around every corner, and many official walking tours around the city highlight specific interests, such as fictional characters Harry Potter and Sherlock Holmes. Attractions, museums and other places of interest are easy to get to by bus, taxi and the Underground, commonly called the Tube.

The city is full of landmarks with rich history and tradition. The changing of the Guard occurs daily outside of Buckingham Palace, the Queen of England’s official London residence. The Tower of London and Tower Hill are famous for prisoners who were held and executed onsite, and the Jewel House at the Tower houses the world famous Crown Jewels exhibit. Other famous landmarks include St. Paul’s Cathedral, the church where Prince Charles and Lady Diana Spencer married; the Cabinet War Rooms, where Sir Winston Churchill lived during World War II; and Big Ben, the iconic clock tower located at the north end of the Palace of Westminster.

Many famous sporting events are held in London. One of the oldest and most prestigious tennis tournaments, Wimbledon, is held at the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club in southern London. National and international soccer and rugby tournaments are held regularly at the United Kingdom’s national stadium, Wembley Stadium, located in northwestern London.

Shoppers from all over the world flock to Knightsbridge in London’s Kensington district to shop at Harrods, one of the world’s largest department stores. Other famous shopping districts in London include Covent Market, Oxford Street, Bond Street and Regent Street, where every possible type of merchandise in every price range is available for sale. Visitors to London can also shop at Fortnum and Mason in Mayfair, the Queen’s official grocery store.