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Best things to do in London

Discover the city according to locals. Find the best things to do, places to eat, and get priceless advice from the people who live here.

Opera House
“there is no better place to experience opera and ballet, not even in Sydney!”
77 locals recommend
History Museum
“London's underground system is iconic and this museum is dedicated to it and many others. Kids in particular love this museum. Even as adults, its a fascinating look at the way we move around. If you can't make it to the museum, the gift shop has free entry and has some awesome gifts replicating iconic TfL posters, color schemes and so on. They also do 'lates' where the museum is adults only, with arts and crafts, music and a bar.”
29 locals recommend
Shopping Plaza
“Shops, cafes and bars in restored market buildings with street performers in the Piazza.”
26 locals recommend
“You can grab coffee/lunch at the Amphitheatre Restaurant, or take a drink out to the Amphitheatre Terrace and enjoy the views across the Covent Garden Piazza.”
11 locals recommend
French Restaurant
“French restaurant with a stunning interior design. Good food, has a lovely little patisserie next to it - pick up something there even if you don't go for dinner here. It's just next to Covent Garden.”
22 locals recommend
“Great little gastro-pub, hidden away from the main street... dangerously close to being a local for me. Decent selection of beer, a solid wine list, great menu, and they to a pretty fantastic Sunday Roast.”
10 locals recommend
Indian Restaurant
“Curries, thalis and sweet snacks in colourful surrounds filled with dangling Rajasthani puppets.”
7 locals recommend
Cocktail Bar
“Stylish, contemporary New York-style basement bar serving martinis and classic cocktails.”
5 locals recommend
Burger Joint
“Craving a burger and fries? Walk over to Shake Shack to find something for savoury and sweet fans alike!”
8 locals recommend
Meal Takeaway
1 local recommends
Point of Interest
“Famous and beautiful Covent Garden Market. Literally 5 min walk. CHeck out the daily street artist shows in the afternoon! Best spot is the Punch and Judy Pub!”
7 locals recommend
“Outdoor terrasse over Covent Garden - exquisite cakes and…macaroons of course”
6 locals recommend
Deli / Bodega
“Best local takeaway lunch for under a fiver, great fresh food, something for everyone :-)”
4 locals recommend
1 local recommends
“Built in 1787, this listed building has an impressive history and was one of the few to have survived the bombings of World War Two. Said to be named after the renowned Punch & Judy puppet shows that once took place in Covent Garden’s square, the pub is located across from the West Piazza. From the pub’s iconic balcony guests have fantastic views of the central square and can enjoy watching performances from the famous street performers. Nowadays, Punch & Judy has been reinvented as a traditionally British Taylor Walker pub offering real ales, fine wines, and an extensive range of spirits and mixers, as well as hot and soft drinks. ”
3 locals recommend
Night Club
“Bar and club with bands and DJs, live band karaoke, flair bartenders and all-night US-style eats.”
4 locals recommend