London's Top 10 Must-Dos
Top 10 Royal Attractions »
Dating back to William the Conqueror, the first Norman King of England in the 11th century, the British monarchy have dominated life in the English capital. So for your next visit to London, embark on a royal tour and explore sights contacted to the royal family, from Buckingham Palace and well beyond.
Top 10 Bridges »
The River Thames meanders through the city of London, making the English capital one of the world’s most picturesque river cities. More than 30 bridges span the Thames within the limits of Greater London, including several of the city’s most recognisable landmarks.
Top 10 Parks and Gardens »
As one of the world’s greenest capital cities, London is decked out with dozens of delightful outdoor precincts. If the weather is in your favour, escape the hustle and bustle at one of London’s best parks and gardens. Pack a picnic, enjoy a scenic stroll, catch an open-air event and learn a little history while you’re at it.
Top 10 Places for High Tea »
“At half-past three, everything stops for tea”. High Tea, or Afternoon Tea, is a mini meal with a big reputation, enjoyed by social butterflies since the 1800s. Scones with jam and cream, dainty finger sandwiches and pots of English Breakfast – High Tea in London is the perfect excuse play it posh on an afternoon of traditional indulgence.
Top 10 Pubs for a Pint »
When the weather begins to turn and the winter winds whip in off the River Thames, what better way to experience London than beside a roaring fire in a typical English pub? There are hundreds scattered throughout the city, making a genuine London Pub a must-see experience.
Top 10 Family Attractions »
There are plenty of family-friendly things to do in London that are big on fun for everyone and easy on the hip-pocket. Home to childhood classics like Mary Poppins, Oliver Twist and more recently Harry Potter, London has found its way into the imagination of kids around the globe and doesn’t disappoint with tonnes of top-quality attractions.