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Gloucester Square

Stunning stucco-fronted buildings round a beautiful garden square

"The garden squares in Bayswater really add to the area's charm."

David Roberts

"After 2 minutes in Hyde Park, you forget you're in the middle of the world's greatest city!"

Christopher Sellwood

"I love walking around Bayswater and looking at the elegant Georgian architecture."

Rebecca Boon

What is your favourite place?

Where do Gloucester Square locals go?

Cleveland Square Fireworks

Fireworks night at Cleveland Square Gardens is fantastic for W2 residents! A yearly main event and one not to missed. Fireworks mixed in with dance music!

Hyde Park

Stunning views at sunset in London's back garden....

Hyde Park

Early morning runs are not too painful with sights like this!

Speakers' Corner

In a corner of Hyde Park you can find a place where there is total freedom of speech!

Oxford Square

A pretty spot in which to relax and eat lunch on a sunny day, just off Edgware Road.

The Duke of York

A really cosy pub with traditional interiors, this place is a great little spot.

Another Country

A beautiful interiors shop selling furniture, home accessories and lighting.

Little Venice's Canals

Picturesque walks and barge spotting along the waterways....

The Beehive

One of the best pubs in Marylebone and an amazing selection of lagers.

Puppet Theatre Barge

The loveliest puppet shows for children on a moored barge in Little Venice.

Waterside Cafe

A charming cafe inside a boat on the Paddington Branch of the Regent's Canal.

Jason's Trip

A tour guide canal boat service from Little Venice to Camden Lock, with commentary on the history of Regent's Canal.

The Bridge House

Classic pub food using fresh ingredients and a cosy atmosphere. The building is shared with the Canal Cafe Theatre, so pop upstairs for some fantastic acting!

Grosvenor House Hotel

A wonderful place to enjoy an afternoon Champagne tea!

Chiltern Firehouse

Celeb hangout with grand surroundings - skip dinner and just book a hotel room!

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"In July 1829, George Shillibeer started London's first regular bus service. For one shilling and sixpence, you could be transported in horse drawn comfort from Paddington Green to Bank via Angel."

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