We give the lowdown on London’s must-sees, like The Shard, which, at 1,014 ft, is the tallest building in Europe. We’ve hunted down the main places of interest – like Hyde Park, the Tower of London, Soho, London Zoo and the London Eye – found out when you can get in and the entry costs.
A tourist bus? A red double-decker bus? Or what about a riverboat tour? Here are some ideas.
Anyone with a thirst for history and culture will feel right at home amongst London’s world-beating galleries and museums.
Don’t leave London without spending time in one it’s many green spaces and seeing its architectural icons in real life.
With every cuisine that you can think of, from all around the world, London has plenty to satisfy your appetite and quench your thirst. Depending on whether you’re looking to grab something quick, or sit down for dinner, your choice of London restaurants is never-ending. But if you if you feel like staying close to home, then you’ll find quality, tasty food in all of our London hotels' on-site restaurants.
If you’re looking to eat al fresco, there are a few parks and garden squares that you can enjoy your lunch in. There are also fantastic food and farmers’ markets all over London, that sell freshly prepared meals.
When it comes to eating and drinking, there are lots of London restaurants, of all varieties and that suit all budgets. There are lots of places to eat with kids in London with special menus, and fun and games to keep little ones entertained.
With over 7,000 pubs (not to mention bars) in London, there are plenty of places to go for a great cocktail or a good pint. Not ready for your night to end? There are loads of great and famous clubs all over London.