6 cool places to visit by Tube from Paddington when you’re travelling solo

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London is an amazing destination for solo travellers as there’s plenty to see and do during your visit. Better still, you get total freedom to do exactly what you want to do, when you want to do it.

So if you fancy an indulgent lie in followed by a delicious breakfast at our Park Grand Paddington London hotel before heading off to explore everything that London has to offer, then go for it!

Here’re just a few of our favourite spots that every solo traveller should visit. All are easily accessible by Tube from Paddington Station.

London’s Roman Amphitheatre

If you want to uncover some of the oldest bits of London’s colourful history, then you just have to check out the Roman Amphitheatre. Mansion House not only has plenty of Roman relics to enjoy, but there’s also an art gallery upstairs if you fancy taking in some contemporary artwork afterwards.

Just take the Circle line from Paddington Station, and you’ll be there in under half an hour.

The Freud Museum

Perfect for curious minds, the Freud Museum is a must for philosophers and those with an interest in early psychology. Located in Frognal, it takes just twenty-two minutes to reach the museum from Paddington Station.

Our London hotels special offers can help save some money to put towards Tube travel, so make sure that you take a look before booking your accommodation.

Lord’s Cricket Ground

Lord’s Cricket Ground

If you’re a cricket fan, then no visit to London would be complete without taking a tour of Lord’s. Home to one of the oldest sports museums in the world, you can reach Lord’s via Tube from our Park Grand Paddington London hotel in just nineteen minutes.

Emirates Air Line

Emirates Air Line

For a bird’s eye view of London without having to deal with the crowds surrounding the London Eye, why not take a ride on the Emirates Air Line from Canning Town to enjoy the stunning vistas of the capital city? To get there from our Park Grand Paddington London hotel, head to Paddington Station and take the Bakerloo and Jubilee lines. The trip takes around forty-five minutes.

Eltham Palace

Eltham Palace

For those with an eye for luxurious décor or for fans of the ‘Poirot’ TV series, Eltham Palace is a must. Stroll around the rooms and marvel at the exquisite and elegant stately home that has been beautifully maintained.

Open all year round; you can grab a great deal with our London Hotels special offers if you want to visit Eltham Palace and then it’s just an hour away from Paddington Station.

Tower of London

Tower of London

You simply can’t visit London without checking out some of its most iconic and historical landmarks. The Tower of London is a must for those with a taste for the macabre history of our capital city, and it’s just an eighteen-minute Tube ride away from Paddington Station.