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"I love staying near Trafalgar Square as I love theater and tend to go to a show every night and like being near the TKTS booth in Leicester Square but it's the most expensive part of the city"  See More

"If money is not tight, a hotel in the Leicester Square or Covent Garden area puts you right in the center of things."  See More

"Basically, anywhere on the Victoria Line, Northern Line, Picadilly Line or Jubilee Line (Underground train lines, aka the tube) will be well connected to New Oxford St, Leicester Square, Westminster, Waterloo Station and London Bridge."  See More

"Walk over Westminster bridge to The London Eye, then back over the Thames towards Strand, Covent Garden Leicester Square and Piccadilly Circus"  See More

"St Martin-in-the-Fields, Leon, Royal Courts of Justice, Soho, Leicester Square, China Town London Market, Mayfair and so much much more."  See More

"Walk to Piccadilly Circus Walk through the West End and theatre district to Leicester Square - pick up a quick takeaway lunch, like a salad or sandwich from Pret a Manger or Eat."  See More

"Visit Leicester Square, it's a touristy area for movies, gift shops, strip clubs, and restaurants all within a few steps away from each other surrounding you in a square-like area with a park in the middle."  See More

"If it was me, I'd take the tube to Leicester Square, straight on the Piccadilly line from Heathrow, walk down to Trafalgar Square, hop on an eastbound bus 15 which is the route that goes past Saint Paul's Cathedral and the Tower Of London."  See More

"There are many ticket booths around the city and I know if you try the ones in Leicester Square in the morning, you can usually get cheap tickets for the same days show."  See More

"You could also try the TKTS booth in Leicester Square, which is the official ticket booth, where you can buy tickets for shows on the day."  See More

"Take a peak at the beautiful National Gallery even if you don't have time to visit and keep going north to Leicester Square From there it's a hop skip and a jump to end in Piccadilly Circus."  See More

"We did try it in the theatres at the day of the show, sometimes they have last minute tickets (Lion King), or the tkts box, Leicester Square"  See More

"You can buy reduced tickets at the tkts booth at Leicester Square every day."  See More

"Chinatown (between Leicester Square and Soho) has some very cheap Asian food buffets during lunch and dinner times."  See More

"Leicester Square is good at night, especially if there is a film premier on, and the street food in Chinatown is fantastic."  See More

"I would suggest getting tickets Leicester Square TKTS booth."  See More

"19:00 At this point you will be ready for dinner so choose a place in Covent Garden, Soho or Leicester Square/ Chinatown."  See More

"You can always try to get reduced price tickets at the TKTS booth in Leicester Square Must sees should include Buckingham Palace, Trafalgar Square, London Eye, Westminster Abbey, or just a walk down the River Thames"  See More

"Leicester Square and the West End have top notch theater and it would be a shame to miss one."  See More

"Leicester Square if you want to take in a show."  See More



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