Soho is a hard place to pin down. The district – and its southern subsection Chinatown – teems with tourists going to West End Shows, media professionals marching to work, hungry patrons sampling some of London's best restaurants and people looking to have a long night out at one (or several) of the area's bars and pubs. But Soho was also home to many historical figures, including Mozart, Karl Marx and The Sex Pistols.
Also make the most of your stay in the city with plenty of free London attractions.
From London's exquisite parks, to museums, such as the Science or National History Museum, historic houses, stunning art galleries and free activities for kids, there are some amazing free experiences to be had in London..
Where else in the world can you meet dinosaurs, see portraits of the Tudors, travel back to the Battle of britain and see Darwins walking stick and the best part is it's all without spending a penny?