Oxford Street Oxford street is the place to go shopping in London. It is almost two miles long and lined with department stores, quirky stores, protesters, preachers and the iconic double story red buses. Watch where you tread, this area of London is highly congested.
Hyde Park and Kensington Gardens Although technically separate locations, the two gardens are contiguous and are one of the greenest areas in London Above. There are various memorials scattered around the place, as well as rose gardens and statues. It is also famous for the Serpentine, a recreational lake.
Camden Borough Camden Borough is an area of London most famous for containing Camden Town, a shopping area full of market stores and heavily connected with the alternative culture of London. It has many clubs and pubs, is located on the London Canal network and is a large tourist and retail area.
Subterranean London Whether you are travelling by the tube, tramping through the sewage system, following an underground river, or just checking out a pubs wine cellar, there is all sorts to see beneath London. Watch out for hidden doorways, you may end up in an entirely different city.