London provide a range of unusual ways for visitors of all ages to explore their heritage, their rich past and the life of today. Experience the magic of London. These are our tips for exploring London.
Explore vibrant cities with amazing architecture, fabulous shopping and pulsating nightlife. Enchanting medieval and picturesque villages and traditional wine villages with friendly festivals and regional specialities.
Opened by King George V in 1927, this luxurious 5-star hotel is situated in the heart of Mayfair, surrounded by the parks, theatres
This elegant hotel is close to Marble Arch and Hyde Park in London. It spans 7 Georgian townhouse buildings, and has free Wi-Fi
In a Grade II heritage-listed building, this luxury hotel is in central London, 2 minutes from Oxford Circus Tube (subway) station.
This 5-star hotel in the district of Knightsbridge includes a spa, pool and gym.
The luxurious Kensington Hotel is situated in the heart of South Kensington and within a 20-minute stroll of Harrods, Harvey Nichols
The luxurious Corinthia Hotel is located in one of London’s most prestigious areas, moments from Trafalgar Square and Whitehall.
Experience London’s royal heritage and pageantry on a 2.5-hour experience that combines a visit
Get to grips with Britain’s royal and political history on this 4-hour tour of Westminster Abbey and the Houses of Parliament.
Discover Stonehenge, Windsor Castle and Bath on this day trip from London. Leave the city behind you
Combine a visit to the Tower of London and a Thames River sightseeing cruise with this
Discover London’s top attractions by vintage double-decker bus and Thames River cruiser, and enjoy
Explore Highclere Castle, the Cotswolds village of Bampton and other sites made famous
Experience three of England’s trophy sights on this full-day trip to Windsor Castle, Stonehenge and Oxford from London.
A splendid mixture of architectural styles, Westminster Abbey is considered the finest example of Early English Gothic (1190–1300).
Towering over Ludgate Hill, in a superb position that's been a place of Christian worship for over 1400 years, St Paul’s Cathedral is one
The unmissable Tower of London (actually a castle of 22 towers) offers a window into a gruesome and compelling history.
Built in 1703 for the Duke of Buckingham, Buckingham Palace replaced St James's Palace as the monarch's official London
Built by Cardinal Thomas Wolsey in 1514 but coaxed from him by Henry VIII just before Wolsey (as chancellor) fell from favour,
A visit here is a journey to the heart of UK democracy. Officially called the Palace of Westminster, the Houses of Parliament's oldest
The country's largest museum and one of the oldest and finest in the world, this famous museum boasts vast Egyptian, Etruscan, Greek,
One of the capital’s best museums, this is a fascinating walk through the various incarnations of the city from Roman Londinium