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As only the 2nd monarch, alongside Queen Victoria, to ever fulfill 60 years on the throne, it’s a significant year for the Queen of England, with June 2nd, 2012 marking her Diamond Jubilee. Britons ...
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 ...
Afternoon tea is considered to be a tradition in England and one that both locals and visitors take great pleasure in taking – although it is now seen as more of a treat to be taken in a hotel or tea ...
London’s calendar is brimming with exciting events this year, from the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee, to the much-anticipated Olympic games, to the London 2012 Festival and the 50th anniversary of The ...
As ubiquitous to London as the red Double Decker bus and the traditional telephone box, there are hundreds of official black taxicabs darting through the traffic jams and whizzing up the back alleys ...
Written by Philippa Burne, UK, June 2012
Horse-racing at Royal Ascot is one of the most important social, fashion and sporting events of the year in England. First run in 1711 under the auspice of Queen Anne, tradition continues with a ...
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 ...
London has long been the destination of choice for avid shoppers and with its reputation for thrifty fashions and vibrant street markets, so it’s no surprise that the capital offers bargain hunters ...
Written by Philippa Burne, UK, December 2011
It’s that time of the year in London .
As the days get shorter and the air gets colder and colder, people are
strapping on ice skates and spinning in circles. Well, if you’re me, you
are just ...
As quintessentially British as the Queen or the red double-decker bus,
ordering a pint at one of London’s historic drinking dens is a right of
passage for all visitors to the big smoke, so to get ...
Each August, on the final bank holiday weekend of the summer, the eyes
of London shift west to take in one of the city’s most vibrant and
voracious street carnivals. The Notting Hill Carnival is ...
While not as ubiquitous as fish n’ chips or afternoon tea, Britain’s love affair with Indian food is so renowned that there are over 7,000 Indian restaurants in the UK and curry has become one of the ...
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Doing what: Warwick Castle, Stratford, Oxford and the Cotswolds Day Trip from ...
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.