About London Arena

Often called the Dome or the London Arena, the London O2 Arena is the city’s premier concert and sporting venue, attracting top acts from all over the world. It can seat up to 23,000 spectators.

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Located on the banks of the Thames River in the Greenwich district of London, the O2 Arena is easily accessible by car, train, bus, boat and the London Underground. Performers at the O2 prefer to use the Thames Flyer speedboat service in order to get back their hotels or to host spectacular post-concert parties. The Arena is about fifteen minutes from London Airport and less than an hour from Heathrow International Airport. continue reading →

Dining in London

London is one of Europe’s finest cities to visit. Whether there on business or there visiting for the pure joy of it, people all over the world have found this city to be a treasure trove of historical sights, entertainment and great dining. Simply the eating out alone can make a trip to London unforgettable. continue reading →

Attractions in London

Visitors to London have an array of attractions from which to choose. These attractions include Buckingham Palace, Hampton Court Palace, Tower of London, London Zoo, London Science Museum, Westminster Abbey, Stonehenge, and The Globe Theatre. continue reading →

Shopping in London

London is considered to the one of the best cities in the world for shopping. No matter whether you are into street shopping, boutiques, or department stores the options are limitless in London. The shopping guide listed below lists some of the best places in London to browse and buy. continue reading →

Getting Around London

The London bus system is the most economical transport within London, while not used much by tourists. The bus system seems more difficult to understand than the Tube, but bus route maps are available at Tube stations, and after reading and noting what routes go to your destination, hopping on the bus can be a delight. continue reading →