London is one of the world's most remarkable and exciting cities. It has something to offer every type of traveller. This vibrant metropolis embraces the diverse cultures of its population, reflected through its cuisine, shops, music and colourful festivals.
There is so much on offer in London it is hard to know where to start when spending only a short break in the city! London is home to countless historical and modern attractions, from the London Eye and Big Ben to the National Gallery, Tower of London and Buckingham Palace.
With free admission to many top attractions, there's no better place to soak up some culture. London boasts four World Heritage Sites and over 200 attractions are free to enter.
Central London encompasses most of London's main attractions, theatres and restaurants, and most places within this area are in walking distance of each other. With a basic city map, you'll be able find your way around easily and take in some sights on the way during your city break.
If you would like to add on any extra attractions to your package then just let us know.
London 3* City Break with Warner Bros. Studio Tour – The Making of Harry Potter
Enjoy a fantastic family weekend break in London with a Harry Potter theme. Includes 2 nights accommodation in Hampstead North London, tickets for The Making of Harry Potter at Warner Bros studios and a walking tour of iconic locations such as the entrance to the Leaky Cauldron. Fans of Harry Potter whatever their age will love this break! Visit the sets and admire your favourite props and costumes as well as discover how some of the special effects were created. If you would like to add on extra nights or attractions then contact us for details
- Explore the city of London on a Harry Potter themed walking tour
- Visit Diagon Alley and the great hall at Hogwarts
- See all your favourite magical creatures close up
- 2 nights at 3* Premier Inn, Hampstead
- English breakfast each morning
- Warner Bros. Studio Tour London – The Making of Harry Potter ticket
- Guided walking tour of London for muggles
- Meals & beverages - unless otherwise specified
- Local taxes
- Everything else not mentioned above
The walking tour usually starts around 11.00am near London Bridge tube station and ends close to Leicester Square tube. It lasts approximately 2.5 hours. The tour features familiar Harry Potter locations as well as iconic London landmarks including:
-The entrance to the Leaky Cauldron.
-The winding roads of old medieval London reminiscent of Knockturn Alley.
-The visitors’ entrance to the Ministry of Magic and the site where the trio infiltrate the Ministry using polyjuice potion.
-The bridges under and over which the members of the Order of the Phoenix fly on their broomsticks en route to Grimmauld Place.
-The alleyways off Charing Cross Road that were the inspiration for Diagon Alley & Knockturn Alley and a favourite of JK Rowling.
-Several locations over which Lord Voldemort’s Death Eaters wreak havoc.
You will visit the WB studios and take the walking tour on different days, so please allow enough time for both when organising travel arrangements.
Extra nights available upon request - please enquire now for availability and pricing. Tickets to other attractions also available, contact us for details.
3* Premier Inn Hampstead
This Premier Inn is conveniently located just 150m from Belsize Park Tube on the Northern Line, 4 stops from Euston station from where you can get a train to Watford Junction in just 15 mins - there are regular shuttle buses to the Warner Bros studios from here.
This quieter, residential area of London is great for families while still being close to the city centre and offering a number of good shops, bars and restaurants.
The hotel offers a 24 hour reception and a French restaurant, Brasserie Chez Gerard. You can enjoy a full English breakfast in the morning.
Rooms sleep up to 4 people and come complete with air conditioning, free WiFi, flat screen TV, bathroom with hairdryer.
Nearest Airport: Luton, Heathrow
Other airports: London City, Stansted, Gatwick
Hiring a car is not recommended for a London city break due to congestion charges, traffic and the regular public transport.
By Public Transport
From Luton Airport Parkway take a train to West Hampstead Thameslink, then an overground train from West Hampstead to Hampstead Heath. From here it is a short walk to the hotel.
Alternatively take a National Express coach to Finchley Road, then from there a bus to Belsize Park.
By Private Transfer
Taxi available outside airport. Private transfer available on request after main booking.
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