"The Big Smoke"
  • London skyline
  • Buckingham Palace
  • Stonehenge
  • Westminster Abbey
  • Notting Hill Carnival
London skyline
London skyline
London is where English tradition & modern eclectic urbanism collide. A blend of history, culture, trade, politics, architecture & immigration has created an ever evolving city. From pubs to palaces, history to hip, chivalry to chic - London is all.
Buckingham Palace
Buckingham Palace
Buckingham Palace has been the official town residence of the British monarch since 1837. Its interior is open to the public during August & September while the Queen vacations. The ceremonial Changing of the Guard takes place outside.
Stonehenge is a prehistoric, mysterious circle of upright stones in southern England constructed 5000 years ago. The stones are aligned almost perfectly with the sunrise on the summer solstice. It is thought to be a sacred place of ancient worship.
Westminster Abbey
Westminster Abbey
More a historical than a religious site, Westminster Abbey has held almost every royal coronation since 1066. 3000+ notabale politicians, sovereigns & artists are buried here including QEI, King Henry V, Darwin, Newton & Chaucer.
Notting Hill Carnival
Notting Hill Carnival
An annual 3 day carnival in late August held on the streets of Notting Hill. Its the 2nd largest street festival in the world, with a million people celebrating London's modern multi-cultural identity with a decidedly Caribbean & Trinidadian flavor.
Big & brash & bustling, cutting-edge yet traditional, historical yet modern - the quintessential global metropolis. A center of culture, trade, retail, finance, politics, entertainment, fashion, transit & trends, London can feel like the capital of Earth. The emblematic city of Big Ben, double-decker buses, the Queen & the Tube, quite cosmopolitan but still quintessentially British. Tourists come for history & royal pageantry but they return for all the charms of the modern city, not least the vast diversity of its cultural life, with world-class art galleries & theatres, buzzing nightlife, music, culinary & fashion scenes. It has a glut of every conceivable activity & contains something for everyone. Prepare to fall in love with the English capital.
  1. Buckingham Palace, Westminster Abbey, Houses of Parliament, Big Ben, 10 Downing Street & London Eye UNESCO World Heritage Site
  2. St. Paul's Cathedral, The Wall, Tower of London & Tower Bridge UNESCO World Heritage Site
  3. Trafalgar Square, Leicester Square, Piccadilly Circus, Grosvenor Square & Russell Square
  4. Covent Garden, West End, Soho, Bloomsbury, Mayfair, Westminster
  5. South Bank, Camden, Bayswater, Notting Hill, Kensington, Chelsea
  6. British/Soanes/Natural History/Science/Victoria & Albert Museums
  7. Royal Opera House, National Gallery, Tate & Royal Albert Hall
  8. Kensington Palace, Kew Gardens, BBC Centre & Windsor Castle UNESCO World Heritage Site
  9. Fulham Palace, Royal Observatory, Cutty Sark & Hampton Court
  10. Stonehenge, Bath, Oxford, Dover, Canterbury & Brighton (daytrips)
  1. Ride the Tube & a Double-decker Bus. Tour Oxford. Have Afternoon Tea at Green/St. James's Parks. See Hackney Marshes on Sunday.
  2. Picnic in Hyde Park. Ride London Eye. Take a Thames river cruise. Watch Changing of the Guard. Cross Millennium Bridge. Tour BBC.
  3. Stroll The Mall & Whitehall. See Tower of London's Crown Jewels. Eat Brick Lane curry & Marylebone kebab. See Dover White Cliffs.
  4. See Parliament Hill vista in Heath. Visit Stonehenge. Ride black cab. Eat Chinatown dinner. Hear cockney in East End. See Wembley.
  5. Go to the theatre. Shop at Harrods. Hear Evensong at Windsor Castle. Grab a Bitter pint & Fish & Chips in a pub. Roam South Bank.
Local Delicacies
  • Fish & Chips, Pie - Mash & Liquor, Meat Pies, Bangers & Mash, Steak & Kidney Pudding, Jellied Eels
  • Whitebait, Boiled Beef & Carrots, Bubble & Squeak, Water Souchet
  • Pea & Ham Soup, Balti/Indian Curry, Kebab, Roasted Chestnuts
  • Chelsea Buns, School Puddings, Tea, London Dry Gin, Gin & Tonic
Famous Restaurants
  • St John (City of London) - British
  • North Sea (Bloomsbury) - Fish and Chips
  • Tayyabs (Whitechapel) - Pakistani
  • Rules (Covent Garden) - British (Traditional)
  • Ye Olde Chesire Cheese (City of London) - Pub/Tavern
  • The Lamb and Flag (Covent Garden) - Pub/Tavern
  • The Spaniard's Inn (Hampstead) - Pub/Tavern
  • The George Inn (Southwark) - Pub/Tavern
  • The Eagle & O'Hanlons (Clerkenwell) - Pub/Tavern
  • Ministry of Sound (Southwark) - Dance Club/Disco
  • Fabric (City of London) - Dance Club/Disco
  • Ronnie Scott's (Soho) - Jazz Club
  • Stringfellows (Covent Garden) - Strip Club
  1. Harrods & Harvey Nichols (Knightsbridge) - Department Store
  2. Oxford/Regent/Bond Streets (Mayfair) - Shopping District
  3. Camden Market (Camden) - Bazaar/Flea Market
  4. Hamleys Toy Store & John Lewis (Mayfair) - Department Store
  5. Portobello Road (Notting Hill) - Shopping District
  6. Kings Road (Chelsea) - Shopping District
  7. Fortnum and Mason (St. James's) - Department Store
  8. Jermyn Street (Westminster) - Shopping District
  9. Carnaby Street (Soho) - Shopping District
  10. Covent Garden Market (Covent Garden) - Bazaar/Flea Market
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