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You think you know what food markets are all about? Borough Market will change your mind. This is one of those places that food dreams are made of. On Thursdays, Fridays and especially Saturdays ...
When I first came to London, I was determined to do the one thing I had read about in books, seen in films and on TV, and dreamed about for years: take afternoon tea. Yes, I am sure there are many ...
Written by Philippa Burne, UK, June 2012
After years as a bit of an outsider, Bermondsey is firmly staking its place as a great place to go in London for food and drinks. On the south side of the river, not far from London Bridge Station, ...
Written by Zoe Smith, United Kingdom, March 2013
You could spend weeks exploring London’s myriad tourist attractions, but with so many sights just a short bus or train ride away, there’s no excuse to only stay in the city. Whether you want to hit ...
Just beyond the financial center of London lies the East End. Once home to all sorts of criminal shenanigans, these days the area is full of artists, cafes, galleries and very interesting little ...
Written by Zoe Smith, United Kingdom, February 2013
With its myriad of international cuisine and cutting edge restaurants, London is rapidly gaining a reputation as a gourmet hotspot, but food, as with everything in the city, often comes with a hefty ...
Written by Philippa Burne, UK, January 2012
Australians are famous for being great chefs and opening restaurants with interesting food and a relaxed, hospitable ambiance. One of Sydney's favorite and famous sons is Bill Granger. Now he's ...
The city streets are no place to spend a sunny summer’s afternoon, so
grab a Frisbee, a few mates and a picnic and join the locals at your
nearest park – London has no end of green spaces, but ...
Written by AlexB, United Kingdom, October 2010
My best London weekends always start with a great London breakfast. Ideally in a quirky venue where I can babble about last night’s antics with a friend or two. With precious few hours on a weekend ...
Written by London Expert: Gavin, United Kingdom, September 2011
Do you like looking around places usually closed to the public? Well London is the place for you on the 17th and 18th September as we enjoy the annual Open House Weekend . From ...
Londoners love a curry, and the place to go for a really good curry is Brick Lane in the East End. This narrow street is lined by curry houses serving traditional foods from Bangladesh and India. On ...
Immortalized on film as the setting for Hugh Grant and Julia Roberts’
frolics in the 1999 eponymous rom-com, Notting Hill (an area
encompassing Ladbroke Grove, Portobello Road and parts of North ...
Written by Philippa Burne, UK, February 2012
Regent Street, London. We all know the elegant curve of its Georgian facades – it’s the famous shopping heart of this city, crossing with Oxford Street at Oxford Circus. Regent Street has the huge ...
A favorite place to spend a London summer’s day is Richmond where as well as green grass to lie on and trees to shade under, you get glorious riverfront to stroll beside and a gorgeous village feel ...
Written by Zoe Smith, United Kingdom, January 2013
Whether you want to sip champagne overlooking the London skyline or party the night away on a River cruise, you’ll plenty are of ways to impress your lover in the British capital. Here are a few ...
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Doing what: Stonehenge, Windsor Castle and Bath Day Trip from London
Get an insider look at the Tower of London, St Paul's Cathedral and the View from The Shard on this incredible Viator VIP tour! With exclusive pre-opening access to the Tower of London, your tour includes the tower's historic opening ceremony and a look at the Crown Jewels with a Beefeater guide. Explore the normally inaccessible Triforium at St Paul's Cathedral, alongside other highlights like the Whispering Gallery and the Crypts. Stop for a 2-course lunch at The Restaurant at St Paul's Cathedral, and then finish your day with a visit to The Shard.