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Twickenham is a suburb of Greater London towards the west of the city and is in the heart of a meander of the River Thames. The recently regenerated town centre is home to independent shops, cafes and bars. This extensive area has many places to explore, enjoy the outdoors, and even sit down by the river. A popular local haunt is the Cabbage Patch restaurant and pub. Twickenham is not just a charming suburb but is also home to St. Mary’s University, meaning there is plenty of nightlife and fantastic cultural activities too. Don’t miss a visit to the locally renowned Exchange theatre.
Twickenham is known as the home of Rugby Union because it plays host to the national rugby stadium. If you’re into the game there are a several great clubs that you can join for fun as well as pay a visit to the World Rugby Museum. If you prefer to spend your leisure in a more relaxed manner, the stunning white palace of Strawberry Hill House is a historic landmark in beautiful grounds. Twickenham’s great travel connections mean that you can also be at London Waterloo in less than 25 minutes.
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