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
London is full of flowers again! Not just because it is Spring; The Royal Horticultural Society's Chelsea Flower Show is back all this week from May 21-25th.
Walk through the Royal Hospital Chelsea and be amazed by the sight of spectacular internationally-renowned designer
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
From Shrek to the London Dungeon – London has some superb theme parks to discover to suit everyone’s taste.
Shrek is a good starting point as it is close to Westminister Bridge. After visiting the Houses of Parliament and Westminister Abbey, stroll across the Westminster Bridge and enjoy the
It's time for the football mania to continue! The FA Cup final kicks off this weekend Saturday, May 18, 2019 at 5pm. Wembley National Stadium will be packed as Manchester City and Watford both go for the win. Fans from all over will be cheering and losing their voices as they wait for this exci
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
Getting around London by bus is one of the best ways of exploring the city. The upper deck of a London bus offers some great photo opportunities of the buildings and scenes that make up this fascinating city.
London Transport bus routes span the entire city. There are even night bus routes. T
How about exploring one of the world’s largest and best known working royal palaces? Every summer, Buckingham Palace opens its doors to visitors. It is very popular, so you do need to book early.
You can book a guided tour of the magnificent State Rooms used by HM The Queen while being a res
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
Love art? Then head for the Tate Gallery to explore some of the most stunning British masterpieces since 1500AD. Whatever your art interest, you will be able to find artwork that appeals to you.
The Tate has an incredible eclectic collection of masterpieces within its permanent collection. You ca