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London’s extensive underground rail network is without a doubt the best way to get around the capital and explore everything that this vibrant and historic city has to offer.
With stations dotted around every district, the Tube makes it simple to get to your must-see attraction list with minimal effort, so if you’re staying at the Montcalm London, here are five spots you’ll want to hop off the Tube to explore some of the best attractions London has to offer.
Located just a short stroll from the Montcalm Royal London House, Paddington Station is a great place to start your adventure around London as it is the home to one iconic resident.
One of the best-loved characters in children’s literature, Paddington Bear is the unofficial patron of this station, so it’s a great place to hop on the Circle line and begin your day exploring some of the best bits of the city.
One of the best things about using the Tube to get around London is the reasonable cost, so make sure you take advantage of our London hotel deals too to make your city break spends go even further!
Baker Street station isn’t just a pivotal interchange to help you reach other districts of the city; it’s a must-visit spot for literature lovers too!
Home of the fictional detective Sherlock Holmes, visitors staying at the Montcalm Royal London House can take a short stroll from the station to explore the Sherlock Holmes Museum. It’s filled full of memorabilia, wax models and period rooms like those described in Conan Doyle’s most famous works.
For those staying at the Montcalm London with an interest in the world of politics, you’ll want to hop off the Circle line to spend a few hours marvelling at the iconic Palace of Westminster and Houses of Parliament.
Home to Big Ben and the Houses of Parliament, on certain days members of the public can access the gallery to watch MPs in action debating new legislation, so make sure you plan your visit in advance when booking your stay at the Montcalm Royal London House.
If you want to get the best views of London, then Embankment Station should be your next stop as it is the home of the famous London Eye.
One of London’s most popular attractions on the Circle line, take advantage of our London hotel deals so you’ll be able to upgrade your ‘flight’ with a glass of champagne as the sun sets over the city skyline.
If you want to escape the hustle and bustle of London’s busy streets for a while, then hop off at Bayswater Station for a serene stroll around Hyde Park.
Filled with beautifully maintained flowerbeds, over four thousand trees and the peaceful serpentine lake, you’d be forgiven for thinking that you’d escaped London altogether after spending a few hours relaxing amongst the lush greenery of Hyde Park.