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6 campsites in England, London

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This large (27-acre) camping park is ideally situated in the Lee Valley for fishing, walking and cycling activities. It is divided into two sections: one...

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This attractive site provides an excellent base from which to visit London, having both easy access to the M25 and excellent public transport links into...

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Certainly one of the only sites in this guide with a multiplex cinema just outside the gate, you are greeted here by a very attractive...

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This back to basics campsite is found on the Essex and Hertfordshire border. If you're looking for an authentic 'wild camping' experience, but don't have...

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Abbey Wood Caravan and Motorhome Club site feels positively rural when you reach this gently sloping verdant site. Its mature tree screening and spacious grounds...

The Caravan and Motorhome Club site at Crystal Palace in south London provides easy access to the city centre and its many attractions. The pitches...

London

The largest city in Europe, covering over 600 square miles, London is jam packed with hundreds of magnificent museums, impressive art galleries, historic buildings and monuments, beautiful parks, bustling shopping centres and markets; it really has something to offer everyone.

Despite its size, London is relatively easy to explore, largely thanks to the efficient underground service. Buses are also very useful and allow you to see the famous sights as you travel, in particular, the open-top tourist buses which ply the streets offer a good introduction to the city. Among London’s many landmarks are the Tower of London, Trafalgar Square, Piccadilly Circus, Buckingham Palace, Big Ben and the Houses of Parliament, to name but a few! Running through the heart of London is the River Thames, dividing north and south; over the years many attractions, restaurants and chic bars have appeared along its banks. Being one of the most multicultural cities in the world, there is a huge choice of restaurants offering a diverse variety of cuisine; food markets are dotted all around the capital. Shopping is another major feature of the city, from the famous Harrods store and Harvey Nichols, to commercial Oxford Street and the street markets of Camden town and Portobello Road. If all the crowds become too much then head to one of London’s beautiful parks such as St James’ Park next to Buckingham Palace, or Hyde Park, where you can take a boat trip along the Serpentine.