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LONDON (6 DAYS): For music and theater aficionados heading to London, there are a few must-see spots. Among them is Barbican Hall, where the London Symphony Orchestra resides. See if you can snag a ticket at the Coliseum, a staggering venue, home of the English National Opera. In the West End, from Wyndham’s Theatre to Shaftesbury Theatre, you’re bound to find a show that gets your toes tappin’. If you “just can’t wait to be king,” pounce at the chance to visit the Lyseum, a historic theater on the Strand, where The Lion King has been performed since 1999 and is still roaring.

WESTMINSTER After the City of London, Westminster lays claim to London’s most famous sites. Between the Houses of Parliament, Buckingham Palace, and Westminster Abbey (as well as many of the modern centers of government), Westminster feels like the seat of the royal empire. Be warned that, outside of the sites, however, there isn’t a lot to do. South of Victoria lies Pimlico, a residential neighborhood with several accommodation options, many of them on Belgrave Rd. The Westminster Tube stop is near most sights, but exit at the Victoria or Pimlico stops if you’re looking for hostels.

Camden Town is accessible on the Northern Line. Hampstead is just north of Camden. SOUTH LONDON South London has been maligned historically as one of London’s dodgier neighborhoods. While the area has enjoyed something of a renaissance in recent years, it’s still not as safe as many of the areas in London proper; Clapham teems with young professionals patronizing its pub and restaurant scene. Now a cultural center as well, Clapham houses the Battersea Arts Centre, renowned for its revolutionary productions.

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