Fancy an ice-cream? Whatever your preference be it a conventional strawberry, vanilla or chocolate or something unusual like Cornish Blue cheese; London has some of the best ice
The London Marathon is one of the longest-running annual Marathons worldwide. It is extremely popular with around 40,000 runners taking part plus thousands of spectators lining the 26.2-mile route.
It is one of the memorable sporting events held in London and is definitely extremely spectacular.
Tucked away in a side street close to the Bank of England in the City of London is The Mithraeum, an attraction which is well worth a visit by anyone who wants to know more about London’s history.
The Square Mile whichencompasses the City of London is the historic heart of the city and it wa
London’s Christmas markets are well worth visiting and not just for buying some special gifts. A wide range of entertainment is also provided, and you can easily spend several hours at these fascinating places.
So where to go? There are Christmas markets taking place all over London includi
Enjoy some of the most spectacular art in the world when visiting London, as two very special exhibitions bring together the story of the foundation of the Royal Collection.
From 25th January until 15th April 2018, the Royal Academy in Piccadilly is hosting an exhibition called Charles I King and
Want some fashion or jewellery bargains to take home as reminders of your visit to London? Then take a close look at London’s January Sales. This is when most stores throughout the city will be offering massive discounts on their wares – sometimes up to 50 or 60% on normal prices.
Buckingham Palace is the first royal palace that comes to mind in London – but there are others.
Head eastwards to discover the oldest royal palace still in existence – the Tower of London where construction began over a thousand years ago. During the sixteenth century, the Tower of London
One of the strangest types of race takes place on the London streets this February. It marks the celebration of one of the oldest festivals in the country – Shrove Tuesday, also known as Pancake Day. Shrove Tuesday is always held exactly 47 days before Easter. The actual date changes every y
The nights may be dark and long, but London blazes with light this January as thousands upon thousands of people roam the streets in search of stunning, incredible, fantastical art.
London’s Lumiere 2018 is set to be even bigger, better and livelier than its predecessor two years ago. That firs
Gin has become one of the most fashionable alcoholic drinks among Londoners. Increasing numbers of specialist gin companies are emerging, and visiting one of London’s Gin Palaces can be quite an experience. Apart from enjoying a drink amid very pleasant surroundings, you can often distil you