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Finsbury Park - London, England, United Kingdom
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Finsbury Park - London, England, United Kingdom
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Cheapest month:January
Most expensive month:December
Average price in Finsbury Park:£87/night
Cheapest price found:£15/night
Cheapest day:Tuesday
Most expensive day:Sunday
£36 - £124
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£21 - £179
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About Finsbury Park, Haringey

Resting on the northern edge of Inner London, Finsbury Park is best-known for its 42-hectare urban park, which attracts festival-goers throughout the summer and boasts a boating lake, tennis courts, and cricket pitch. The area is rich in diversity, with a mix of trendy galleries and artsy cafes alongside sports bars and late-night pubs.

Join local football fans to cheer on Arsenal at the nearby Emirates Stadium, the third-largest football venue in England and home of Arsenal Football Club. For an unforgettable match day experience, book an all-access stadium tour and enjoy a pre-game meal at the Faltering Fullback, a long-time favorite for football fans.

Are you a food enthusiast? Stroll down Stroud Green Road and try the homemade pappardelle pasta at Osteria Tufo or the Korean Bibimbap bowls at Dotori. On Sundays, enjoy local specialties and live music at Stroud Green Farmers Market, held just off the busy thoroughfare.

Getting there

Finsbury Park is about 20 minutes’ drive from the center of London. King’s Cross Station is five minutes by train on the Thameslink and Victoria Station is 15 minutes’ away via the London Underground on the Victoria line.

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Resting on the northern edge of Inner London, Finsbury Park is best-known for its 42-hectare urban park, which attracts festival-goers throughout the summer and boasts a boating lake, tennis courts, and cricket pitch. The area is rich in diversity, with a mix of trendy galleries and artsy cafes alongside sports bars and late-night pubs.

Join local football fans to cheer on Arsenal at the nearby Emirates Stadium, the third-largest football venue in England and home of Arsenal Football Club. For an unforgettable match day experience, book an all-access stadium tour and enjoy a pre-game meal at the Faltering Fullback, a long-time favorite for football fans.

Are you a food enthusiast? Stroll down Stroud Green Road and try the homemade pappardelle pasta at Osteria Tufo or the Korean Bibimbap bowls at Dotori. On Sundays, enjoy local specialties and live music at Stroud Green Farmers Market, held just off the busy thoroughfare.

Getting there

Finsbury Park is about 20 minutes’ drive from the center of London. King’s Cross Station is five minutes by train on the Thameslink and Victoria Station is 15 minutes’ away via the London Underground on the Victoria line.

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