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7 Tourist Attractions that Not to Be Missed in Bayswater - For an Unforgettable Vacation!

Bayswater may not have been the idealistic tourist hotspot earlier on. But the tide is turning now, and the city is welcoming more and more tourists every year. Read on to find out more.

1

The Royal Albert Hall

You might have heard of Kensington Gardens, but how about The Royal Albert Hall on the opposite side of it? This is one of the popular and prestigious music venues in the world. You can go there to enjoy a show or even to marvel at the brilliant architecture. This is one of the places that attract a lot of attention, and rightfully so.

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Kensington Gardens and Palace

Like aforementioned, a lot of people come to these parts for the Kensington Gardens and Palace. The palace is the residence of the younger Royals, which includes the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge. Having said that, the palace also houses a royal museum which you must visit for sure. Besides, the well-manicured public gardens are a joy too. While there are many things to see and do in London, one can never forget the Kensington Gardens and Palace.

3

Hyde Park Stables

Did you know that Hyde Park has 5 miles of interesting bridleway? Why not explore the city on horseback? Like the older English times. The stables in Hyde Park, offer lessons too. It doesn't matter if you're a beginner or an expert, they can show you the ropes of how it is done here in Bayswater. Besides, if you're looking for centrally located accommodation, to get to and from tourist attractions easily, you can check out properties like Berjaya Eden Park London Hotel.

4

Marble Arch

This magnificent archway was designed back in the 1820s. The Marble Arch was initially built for Buckingham Palace's entrance. Unfortunately, the entrance of the palace was extended, and therefore the arch was used to beautify the entrance to Hyde Park. Why don't you head over to Hyde Park and see for yourself, what could have been the entrance to the world-known Buckingham Palace?

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The Porchester Spa

Sightseeing all day long, can get one very fatigued and tired. And there is nothing like a spa treatment to relax your sore muscles. Head over to The Porchester Spa, for a different kind of experience. The interiors were originally from 1929 and have an artistic style to it, very different from the modern vibes of spas. There are steam rooms, plunge pools and saunas to relax in.

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Hyde Park

Hyde Park is another tourist hotspot you cannot miss out on. This is the biggest royal parks of London and the most popular one in Bayswater. There are stretches of walkways, an art gallery, war memorials, a bird sanctuary and so on. The green spaces here are perfect to relax in, where you can bask in the picturesque views.

7

Whiteleys Shopping Centre

When in Bayswater, the Whiteleys Shopping Centre is a popular place to shop. The place was open over a hundred years ago back in the year 1911. Even if you're not interested in shopping, it's still worth going there for the beautiful La Scala staircase and the glass dome.