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To learn more, visit www.nationaltrust.org.Your home away from homeA friendly welcome awaits you at Trafalgar's London Reception Centre, the departure point for all itineraries commencing in London. Our aim is to make your stay in London as enjoyable as possible, so drop in and take advantage of our fantastic range of services and facilities.In an excellent location very close to Waterloo train station and opposite the famous London Eye, the Centre features the very latest in design and technology, free Wi-Fi and internet access, daily newspapers and a Hospitality Desk so you can talk to our highly trained Local Hosts. You can book your London sightseeing excursions, an exciting range of out-of-town trips plus priority entry tickets to London's famous attractions.Hospitality ServiceIf you are staying in a Trafalgar hotel, your Trafalgar Local Host will visit daily to provide you with important departure information and assist you in any other way they can. 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