West End Nightlife, London

Be prepared for the exciting, throbbing sensation of London's nightlife, one of the best in the world. You will find everything you are looking for: trendy clubs, hot atmosphere and exclusive drinks. Follow this London West End nightlife tour to get the party started!
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West End Nightlife Map

Guide Name: West End Nightlife
Guide Location: England » London (See other walking tours in London)
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Sightseeing)
# of Attractions: 5
Tour Duration: 2 hour(s)
Travel Distance: 3.3 km
Author: Xena
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Heaven

1) Heaven

Internationally famous on the club scene in London since 1979, Heaven is responsible for bringing gay-oriented nightclubs into the mainstream. Flamboyant and glamorous to the highest degree, guests to this glitzy club can enjoy several great parties throughout the week here, including the popular favorite Popcorn! on Tuesday nights, as well as Thursday’s Porn Idol night. Entertainment at Heaven includes a hot mix top 40, dance, electro, and house, and also occasionally hosts live performances...   view more
Sight description based on wikipedia
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Cirque Le Soir

2) Cirque Le Soir

Through a non-descript black door on Ganton Street, Cirque Le Soir offers a thrilling night of some of the most unique entertainment to be found in the city of London, or anywhere else in the world. In order to enjoy the evening at this posh ultra-hip and posh establishment, potential guests need to register with the club in advance. Once inside, guests to Cirque Le Soir are treated to an unforgettable evening of alternative entertainment which includes snake charmers, sword swallowers,...   view more
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Mahiki

3) Mahiki

Mahiki is a Polynesian style joint, run by Piers Adam and Nick House, and is renowned for its Tahiti themed tropical drinks, Pina Coladas delivered in frozen pineapples, and the Coconut Bomb shelled in a true coconut. Avid party animals with a taste for tropical will find this place absolutely superb. Known to be visited by royal offspring (Princes Harry and William, as well as Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie have all showed up here) Mahiki has no shortage of attending celebrities. Scarlett...   view more
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Funky Buddha

4) Funky Buddha

Set amidst the Victorian splendour of Berkeley Square, the multi-million pound work-over of Funky Buddha has definitely served its purpose, creating a modern, trendy, open-plan night den with central square-shaped bar and seating zones illuminated by neon blue and red zigzag lighting. The spiral staircase to the right leads down to the chill out area, complete with a bar and white leather sofas. On the left is the main bar and dance floor marked with an abstract Buddha fountain. The commodious...   view more
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Whisky Mist

5) Whisky Mist

Scores of guests can be seen standing out front the Whisky Mist, found in the Hilton Hotel, on any given night waiting behind velvet ropes to gain entrance into one of the poshest nightclubs in London. Attracting an affluent crowd into its sleek, modern interior space, guests can choose to party in the Main Room with its spacious dance floor surrounded by tables and long bar overseeing all the action, or saunter over to the Luxe Room which is set aside for members of the club and VIPs....   view more

Walking Tours in London, England

Create Your Own Walk in London

Create Your Own Walk in London

Creating your own self-guided walk in London is easy and fun. Choose the city attractions that you want to see and a walk route map will be created just for you. You can even set your hotel as the start point of the walk.
Walk around Buckingham Palace

Walk around Buckingham Palace

London is deservedly recognized as one of the cultural centres of the world. Among many cultural treasures found here are perfectly reserved ancients buildings, grandiose monuments and beautiful statues, as well as museums with wide collections of various objects, featuring traditions of different nations and epochs. This self guided walking tour around Buckingham Palace will reveal some of the most exciting London mysteries to you.

Tour Duration: 1 hour(s)
Travel Distance: 1.6 km
Bloomsbury Museums, Part 1

Bloomsbury Museums, Part 1

There are over 240 museums in London and they welcome about 42 million annual visitors nationwide. This wonderful tour will lead you to the most famous and significant museums of London Bloomsbury area, such as British Museum, Charles Dickens Museum, London Canal Museum and others.

Tour Duration: 2 hour(s)
Travel Distance: 3.4 km
Holborn/Covent Garden Walk

Holborn/Covent Garden Walk

During this self guided walking tour around Holborn and Covent Garden areas you will have a chance to visit such famous and interesting London attractions, as National Gallery, London Coliseum, London Transport Museum and many others. Don't miss your chance to explore the best of the Holborn and Covent Garden areas.

Tour Duration: 2 hour(s)
Travel Distance: 2.7 km
London's Historic Pubs Walk

London's Historic Pubs Walk

If there’s anything more an iconic symbol for London than Big Ben or the London Eye, then it must be the traditional English pub and London is full of them, dating from pre-Victorian times to just about five minutes ago. With so much history surrounding London there is no shortage of historic pubs to choose from. Whether you fancy half timbered, rambling watering holes or small but perfectly formed pubs in central London you'll be spoilt for choice with the selection of historic pubs in the capital. Standard opening times are between 11am and 11pm (10:30pm on Sundays or on public holidays; Scottish pubs generally do not open on Sunday).

Tour Duration: 3 hour(s)
Travel Distance: 5.8 km
City of London Churches

City of London Churches

London can proudly boast of having an awe-inspiring collection of churches. Here, you will find every style and type. The religious buildings have been a magnet for people ever since the Vikings started striking terror into the city in the 790s. Take this tour to discover most significant religious sites in the City of London.

Tour Duration: 2 hour(s)
Travel Distance: 2.8 km
City Orientation Walk

City Orientation Walk

London, the capital of Great Britain, is also one of the cultural capitals of the world and has been in place since the Roman times. Many of London's landmarks are truly iconic, such as the Houses of Parliament, ‘Big Ben’ clock tower and Westminster Abbey, to mention but a few. More have been added to the cityscape in recent decades and the number is growing. Follow this orientation walk to visit some of London's most prominent attractions.

Tour Duration: 2 hour(s)
Travel Distance: 4.2 km

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