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Hampstead, London

Categories: Neighborhoods, Historic Sites, Tourist Spots
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5/5 based on 70+ reviews on the web
Explore a neighborhood mix of country and city at Hampstead. This quaint town-cum-suburb sits in the northwest of London and contains many famous attractions, such as the Sigmund Freud Museum, Fenton House, and John Keats’ House. Visit the historic area's streets and alleys full of quaint shops, restaurants, and pubs, and admire the iconic London views from Parliament Hill Fields, a green space that attracts tourists from all around the world. Put Hampstead and other London attractions into our London trip itinerary builder, and watch your holiday take shape.
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  • It's not common to see recommendations of this park by London guides. But I recommend for many reasons. The first is to have lakes where you can swim, are separated for men and women (love it!) dogs. Second because the Park is beautiful and enormous, on sunny days if you've a lot of bikini in lawns, lots of kids ... and you can see the whole city of London, found the skyline until cooler than famous Come Hill. Has a great cafe where also serves lunch and Kenwood House, a 17 century, all furnished and with free entry.
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  • The old residential area with a small two-story houses, it looks very calm. Don't know how migrants special dominance didn't notice. If I lived in London, I chose this area for their stay. There is a huge park, Hampstead Heath, where local walk with dogs or running around in the morning and another of him from a hill overlooking the city.
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  • Easily accessible Hampstead village is charming with plenty to do. A nice variety of interesting shops, lots of places to eat and drink and easy access to the Heath and all it contains. A really lovel...  read more »
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