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Mini Trip: London's Southbank Centre

Savor the new hotels and restaurants of the revitalized Southbank Centre, and then visit the area's pride and joy: the newly refurbished Royal Festival Hall. Read the article

Hotels (1)

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    One Aldwych

    One Aldwych, a modern, independent hotel, is located in the heart of London within minutes of the city’s top sights, including West End theaters, t

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    Canteen, London

    At this Spitalfields neighborhood eatery, tradition has never been tastier thanks to chef Cass Titcombe and his talented team. The original of what

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    Damien Hirst Retrospective

    Housed in a hulking converted power station, this vast modern art showplace opened in 2000, but still breaks new ground with installations. Each ye

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    Royal Opera House

    A stunning Covent Garden landmark, the Royal Opera House is one of the world’s greatest opera houses. The Grade I-listed building was built in 1858

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    Old Vic

    Located on London’s South Bank on the corner of The Cut and Waterloo Road, the Old Vic theatre is known for attracting some of the best acting tale

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    Royal Festival Hall

    London's Royal Festival Hall has never looked—or sounded—better. The home of the London Philharmonic, built in 1951 for the Festival of Britain, ha

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    Victoria and Albert Museum

    Within this labyrinthine collection of stately buildings covering 12 acres lie more than 27,000 pieces and 43,000 photographs: everything from Celt

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    Hayward Gallery

    A severe gray building on the south bank of the Thames, the Hayward Gallery hides within its austere walls a stimulating smorgasbord of modern and

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    Tate Modern

    Housed in a hulking converted power station, this vast modern art showplace opened in 2000 but still breaks new ground with installations. Each yea

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