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When dreaming of London, several things come to mind: the splendor of the Royals, red telephone booths, Sherlock Holmes’s careful eye, James Bond’s debonair style, grand palaces and medieval churches, delicious fish and chips, and a certain sense of humor. Experience it all and more in the capital of England and the United Kingdom.

London embodies an exhilarating mix of stylish modernity and rich history. Discover icons such as Big Ben, Buckingham Palace, Windsor Castle, Hyde Park, Sky Garden, and the London Eye. History buffs love sites like Westminster Abbey and cathedrals dating back to the 10th century. Shoppers flock to Dover Street Market, Mayfair, Oxford Street, Covent Garden, and iconic department stores like Harrods and Selfridges.

Dining in London is a real treat. Go on a pub crawl, visit Maltby Street or Borough Market, savor fine cuisine at Michelin-starred restaurants, and have a light bite at a quirky café. No visit would be complete without indulging in traditional afternoon tea.

There’s never a bad time to visit London — it is bursting with life in all seasons. Summer offers events such as Trooping the Colour, which celebrates the queen’s birthday, and the Wimbledon championship. Spring and fall bring beautiful weather and winter is alight with the décor and spirit of the holidays.

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Heathrow Airport (LHR)

Piccadilly Circus

Piccadilly Circus
London, W1D 7ET
Piccadilly Circus is a bustling plaza in the heart of London with the notable bright neon signs above the buildings. The area, which has its own Piccadilly Circus tube station is known for rows of

The Ledbury

The Ledbury
127 Ledbury Road, Notting Hill London, W11 2AQ
44 (0) 20 7792 9090
This two Michelin Star restaurant serves up delicious concoctions based around fabulous British produce with lots of vegetables and wild English game, as explained by Chef Graham.

London Stansted Airport (STN)

National Gallery

National Gallery
Trafalgar Square London, WC2N 5DN
44 20 7747 2885
Located in Trafalgar Square, The National Gallery is a comprehensive art museum that boasts over 2,000 paintings from the middle ages to the 20th century. The gallery is home to pieces from Van Gogh,

Rules

Rules
35 Maiden Lane, Covent Garden London, WC2E 7LB
44 (0)20 7836 5314
Standing as the oldest and most celebrated restaurant in London, Rules has served the traditional food of England — specializing in classic game cookery, oysters, pies, and puddings — for over 200 years.

Shakespeare Globe Theater

Shakespeare Globe Theater
21 New Globe Walk London, SE1 9DT
44 20 7902 1400
See a work of Shakespeare the way he intended at the Globe Theater. A reconstruction of the open-air theater that he designed in 1599, the playhouse is located just a few yards from the original

The O2

The O2
Peninsula Square London, SE10 0DX
44 20 8463 2000
A full day of fun awaits at the O2 Entertainment District. Mostly known for the large indoor arena, which hosts events such as concerts, award shows, comedians, and more, the district also features

Social Eating House

Social Eating House
58 Poland Street, Soho London, W1F 7NR
020 7993 3251
Located in the resurgence of Soho, the Social Eating house aims to surround guests’ with key elements of the current London dining scene but in a cozy and social setting.

Westminster Abbey

Westminster Abbey
20 Deans Yard London, SW1P 3PA
44 20 7222 5152
With over 900 years in London, The Abbey has hosted coronations since 1066; 16 royal weddings including Prince William and Catherine Middleton, Duke and Duchess of Cambridge; and is the final resting

Borough Market

Borough Market
8 Southwark Street London, SE1 1TL
44 20 7407 1002
This gourmet food market offers over 70 stalls for visitors to buy fresh produce, pastries, breads, meats, cheeses, and more.

Greenwich Park

Greenwich Park
SE10 8XJ London,
+44 300 061 2380
Said to have the best views of London, Greenwich Park is one of the oldest Royal Parks and one of the largest single green spaces in south-east London.

Abbey Road Studios

Abbey Road Studios
3 Abbey Road London, NW8 9AY
44 20 7266 7000
An established recording studio, Abbey Road Studios became a music-history landmark when The Beatles recorded their Abbey Road album in 1969.

London City Airport (LCY)

Sky Garden

Sky Garden
1 Sky Garden Walk London, EC3M 8AF
+44 20 7337 2344
The Sky Garden boasts some of London’s most magnificent views as it sits 155 meters up and surrounds guests with a 360-degree view of the city.

The Sherlock Holmes Museum

The Sherlock Holmes Museum
221b Baker Street London, NW1 6XE
44 20 7224 3688
Visit the home of London’s most famous detective, Sherlock Holmes, on 221B Baker Street. The museum shows Holmes’ apartment, waxwork and artifacts from famous cases, and a souvenir shop.

London Luton Airport (LTN)

Royal Albert Hall

Royal Albert Hall
Kensington Gore, Kensington London, SW7 2AP
+44 20 7589 8212
Named after Prince Albert and built to host exhibitions promoting art and sciences, Royal Albert Hall is a venue rich in history and culture.

Tower Bridge

Tower Bridge
Tower Bridge Road London, SE1 2UP
44 20 7403 3761
Often mistaken as the London Bridge, which is further down the River Thames, The Tower Bridge is the iconic stone and suspension bridge, a symbol of London.

Palace of Westminster, Houses of Parliament, and Big Ben

Palace of Westminster, Houses of Parliament, and Big Ben
Westminster London, SW1A 0AA
44 20 7219 3000
An undeniable landmark and symbol of London is The Palace of Westminster, which holds the houses of Parliament and The Elizabeth Tower. Parts of the houses of Parliament, such as Westminster Hall,

Bond Street Luxury Shops

Bond Street Luxury Shops
Bond St, London London, E15 1LT
Linking Piccadilly in the south to Oxford Street in the north, Bond Street is a major shopping street in the West End of Central London.

Harrods

Harrods
87-135 Brompton Road London, SW1X 7XL
44 20 7730 1234
Harrods is an upscale department store that can only be found in London. The massive store spans over five acres and boasts over 300 departments, making it the largest department store in Europe.

Tower of London

Tower of London
London, EC3N 4AB
44 844 482 7777
Home to the "Beefeaters", the guards and tour guides of the tower; the protective ravens; and the full collection of the Crown Jewels, learn the storied and haunted history of the Tower of London with

Covent Garden

Covent Garden
41 Henrietta St London, WC2E 8RF
Whether you’re looking to shop, eat, or play, make your way to Covent Garden to experience London like a local.

Victoria and Albert Museum

Victoria and Albert Museum
Cromwell Road London, SW7 2RL
44 20 7942 2000
Spend an entire day in a museum that is often referred to as “the best museum of art and design.” The museum boasts collections of everything from paintings, to ceramics, to drawings, to books, to

Oxford University

Oxford University
Oxford Street London,
44 1865 270000
Take a trip to Oxford to walk the campus of the second-oldest campus in the world. Explore the buildings and the grounds where some of the most famous scholars have studied.

St Pancras Railway Station

Wembley Stadium

Wembley Stadium
Wembley London, HA9 0WS
44 844 980 8001
Home to the England National Football Team, Wembley Stadium is known for hosting notable events, including the 2012 Olympics and one American football game a year. The stadium is open for tours on

London Eye

London Eye
South Bank of the River Thames London, SE1 7PB
44 871 781 3000
Sitting on the glorious River Thames, The London Eye is now an undeniable highlight in the London Skyline. The Ferris Wheel, the third tallest in the world, overlooks the river, the Palace of

Roti Chai

Roti Chai
3 Portman Mews London, W1H 6HS
44 20 7408 0101
Offering two different dining experiences, an intimate dining room and street kitchen, but serving the same high-quality of delicious food options, is Roti Chai. The restaurants serve up classic Indian dishes that are raved about by locals.

The Monument

The Monument
Fish St Hill London, EC3R 8AH
44 20 7626 2717
After the great fire in 1666, the monument was built as a memorial for the hundreds of houses and buildings that were damaged and lost. It is 202 ft tall, the exact distance between it and the site

Buckingham Palace

Buckingham Palace
Buckingham Palace Road London, SW1A 1AA
Since 1837, Buckingham Palace has been the principal residence and workplace of the Monarchy. The estate has 775 rooms, including 19 state and reception rooms, 92 offices, and over 200 Royal and staff

St. James Park

St. James Park
London, SW1A 2BJ
0300 061 2350
St. James Park is a Royal Garden in London, surrounded by some of the city’s notable royal landmarks including Buckingham Palace, St. James Palace, and Westminster Abbey.

Churchill War Rooms

Churchill War Rooms
Clive Steps, King Charles Street London, SW1A 2AQ
44 20 7930 6961
During the second World War, Winston Churchill created Cabinet War Rooms, underground bunkers beneath the streets of London. After an Allied victory, the war rooms were converted into a one-of-a-kind

Natural History Museum

Natural History Museum
Cromwell Road London, SW7 5BD
020-7938-9123
See hundreds of exhibits at the Natural History Museum for free! The landmark museum in London features several family-friendly attractions such as a Dinosaurs gallery, a virtual reality experience,

Leadenhall Market

Leadenhall Market
Gracechurch Street London, EC3V 1LT
44 20 7332 1523
Leadenhall Market is a picturesque covered market in the heart of London’s financial district. Boasting a Victorian roof and cobblestone paths, the historic shopping center hosts 19 specialty shops

Hyde Park

Hyde Park
London, W2 2UH
0300 061 2000
To spend some time outdoors in London, a visit to Hyde Park is necessary. The park is huge, covering 350 acres, and offers a large lake; trails and paths; several playgrounds; tracks for horseback

London Film Museum

London Film Museum
45 Wellington Street London, WC2E 7BN
44 20 7836 4913
The London Film Museum is dedicated to preserving and showcasing relics from British movie history. The museum is host to props and costumes worn in famous British films, exhibits on actors and

Oxford Street

Oxford Street
London,
Make your way over to London’s West End for a shopaholic’s haven, Oxford Street. The one-mile stretch boasts over 300 shops and is always filled with locals and tourists alike.

London Southend Airport (SEN)

St. Paul's Cathedral

St. Paul's Cathedral
St. Paul's Churchyard London, EC4M 8AD
44 20 7246 8350
St. Paul’s Cathedral is an important landmark in the London landscape, the seat of the Bishop of London, and the mother church of the Diocese of London. The cathedral has hosted several services

The Andover Arms

The Andover Arms
57 Aldensley Road London, W6 0DL
44 20 8748 2155
The Andover Arms is a local pub favorite that focuses on quality food, good brews, and great service. The pub serves traditional pub fare with a Mediterranean touch and Good Fuller’s beer.

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Draycott Hotel

Royal Lancaster London

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The Mandeville Hotel

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The Stafford London

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Landmarks

The Sherlock Holmes Museum
221b Baker Street London, NW1 6XE
44 20 7224 3688
Visit the home of London’s most famous detective, Sherlock Holmes, on 221B Baker Street. The museum shows Holmes’ apartment, waxwork and artifacts from famous cases, and a souvenir shop.
Royal Albert Hall
Kensington Gore, Kensington London, SW7 2AP
+44 20 7589 8212
Named after Prince Albert and built to host exhibitions promoting art and sciences, Royal Albert Hall is a venue rich in history and culture.
Tower Bridge
Tower Bridge Road London, SE1 2UP
44 20 7403 3761
Often mistaken as the London Bridge, which is further down the River Thames, The Tower Bridge is the iconic stone and suspension bridge, a symbol of London.
Palace of Westminster, Houses of Parliament, and Big Ben
Westminster London, SW1A 0AA
44 20 7219 3000
An undeniable landmark and symbol of London is The Palace of Westminster, which holds the houses of Parliament and The Elizabeth Tower. Parts of the houses of Parliament, such as Westminster Hall,
Bond Street Luxury Shops
Bond St, London London, E15 1LT
Linking Piccadilly in the south to Oxford Street in the north, Bond Street is a major shopping street in the West End of Central London.
Harrods
87-135 Brompton Road London, SW1X 7XL
44 20 7730 1234
Harrods is an upscale department store that can only be found in London. The massive store spans over five acres and boasts over 300 departments, making it the largest department store in Europe.
Tower of London
London, EC3N 4AB
44 844 482 7777
Home to the "Beefeaters", the guards and tour guides of the tower; the protective ravens; and the full collection of the Crown Jewels, learn the storied and haunted history of the Tower of London with
Covent Garden
41 Henrietta St London, WC2E 8RF
Whether you’re looking to shop, eat, or play, make your way to Covent Garden to experience London like a local.
Victoria and Albert Museum
Cromwell Road London, SW7 2RL
44 20 7942 2000
Spend an entire day in a museum that is often referred to as “the best museum of art and design.” The museum boasts collections of everything from paintings, to ceramics, to drawings, to books, to
Oxford University
Oxford Street London,
44 1865 270000
Take a trip to Oxford to walk the campus of the second-oldest campus in the world. Explore the buildings and the grounds where some of the most famous scholars have studied.
Wembley Stadium
Wembley London, HA9 0WS
44 844 980 8001
Home to the England National Football Team, Wembley Stadium is known for hosting notable events, including the 2012 Olympics and one American football game a year. The stadium is open for tours on
London Eye
South Bank of the River Thames London, SE1 7PB
44 871 781 3000
Sitting on the glorious River Thames, The London Eye is now an undeniable highlight in the London Skyline. The Ferris Wheel, the third tallest in the world, overlooks the river, the Palace of
The Monument
Fish St Hill London, EC3R 8AH
44 20 7626 2717
After the great fire in 1666, the monument was built as a memorial for the hundreds of houses and buildings that were damaged and lost. It is 202 ft tall, the exact distance between it and the site
Buckingham Palace
Buckingham Palace Road London, SW1A 1AA
Since 1837, Buckingham Palace has been the principal residence and workplace of the Monarchy. The estate has 775 rooms, including 19 state and reception rooms, 92 offices, and over 200 Royal and staff
St. James Park
London, SW1A 2BJ
0300 061 2350
St. James Park is a Royal Garden in London, surrounded by some of the city’s notable royal landmarks including Buckingham Palace, St. James Palace, and Westminster Abbey.
Churchill War Rooms
Clive Steps, King Charles Street London, SW1A 2AQ
44 20 7930 6961
During the second World War, Winston Churchill created Cabinet War Rooms, underground bunkers beneath the streets of London. After an Allied victory, the war rooms were converted into a one-of-a-kind
Natural History Museum
Cromwell Road London, SW7 5BD
020-7938-9123
See hundreds of exhibits at the Natural History Museum for free! The landmark museum in London features several family-friendly attractions such as a Dinosaurs gallery, a virtual reality experience,
Leadenhall Market
Gracechurch Street London, EC3V 1LT
44 20 7332 1523
Leadenhall Market is a picturesque covered market in the heart of London’s financial district. Boasting a Victorian roof and cobblestone paths, the historic shopping center hosts 19 specialty shops
Hyde Park
London, W2 2UH
0300 061 2000
To spend some time outdoors in London, a visit to Hyde Park is necessary. The park is huge, covering 350 acres, and offers a large lake; trails and paths; several playgrounds; tracks for horseback
London Film Museum
45 Wellington Street London, WC2E 7BN
44 20 7836 4913
The London Film Museum is dedicated to preserving and showcasing relics from British movie history. The museum is host to props and costumes worn in famous British films, exhibits on actors and
Oxford Street
London,
Make your way over to London’s West End for a shopaholic’s haven, Oxford Street. The one-mile stretch boasts over 300 shops and is always filled with locals and tourists alike.
St. Paul's Cathedral
St. Paul's Churchyard London, EC4M 8AD
44 20 7246 8350
St. Paul’s Cathedral is an important landmark in the London landscape, the seat of the Bishop of London, and the mother church of the Diocese of London. The cathedral has hosted several services
Piccadilly Circus
London, W1D 7ET
Piccadilly Circus is a bustling plaza in the heart of London with the notable bright neon signs above the buildings. The area, which has its own Piccadilly Circus tube station is known for rows of
National Gallery
Trafalgar Square London, WC2N 5DN
44 20 7747 2885
Located in Trafalgar Square, The National Gallery is a comprehensive art museum that boasts over 2,000 paintings from the middle ages to the 20th century. The gallery is home to pieces from Van Gogh,
Shakespeare Globe Theater
21 New Globe Walk London, SE1 9DT
44 20 7902 1400
See a work of Shakespeare the way he intended at the Globe Theater. A reconstruction of the open-air theater that he designed in 1599, the playhouse is located just a few yards from the original
The O2
Peninsula Square London, SE10 0DX
44 20 8463 2000
A full day of fun awaits at the O2 Entertainment District. Mostly known for the large indoor arena, which hosts events such as concerts, award shows, comedians, and more, the district also features
Westminster Abbey
20 Deans Yard London, SW1P 3PA
44 20 7222 5152
With over 900 years in London, The Abbey has hosted coronations since 1066; 16 royal weddings including Prince William and Catherine Middleton, Duke and Duchess of Cambridge; and is the final resting
Greenwich Park
SE10 8XJ London,
+44 300 061 2380
Said to have the best views of London, Greenwich Park is one of the oldest Royal Parks and one of the largest single green spaces in south-east London.
Abbey Road Studios
3 Abbey Road London, NW8 9AY
44 20 7266 7000
An established recording studio, Abbey Road Studios became a music-history landmark when The Beatles recorded their Abbey Road album in 1969.
Sky Garden
1 Sky Garden Walk London, EC3M 8AF
+44 20 7337 2344
The Sky Garden boasts some of London’s most magnificent views as it sits 155 meters up and surrounds guests with a 360-degree view of the city.

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Restaurants

Roti Chai
3 Portman Mews London, W1H 6HS
44 20 7408 0101
Offering two different dining experiences, an intimate dining room and street kitchen, but serving the same high-quality of delicious food options, is Roti Chai. The restaurants serve up classic Indian dishes that are raved about by locals.
The Andover Arms
57 Aldensley Road London, W6 0DL
44 20 8748 2155
The Andover Arms is a local pub favorite that focuses on quality food, good brews, and great service. The pub serves traditional pub fare with a Mediterranean touch and Good Fuller’s beer.
The Ledbury
127 Ledbury Road, Notting Hill London, W11 2AQ
44 (0) 20 7792 9090
This two Michelin Star restaurant serves up delicious concoctions based around fabulous British produce with lots of vegetables and wild English game, as explained by Chef Graham.
Rules
35 Maiden Lane, Covent Garden London, WC2E 7LB
44 (0)20 7836 5314
Standing as the oldest and most celebrated restaurant in London, Rules has served the traditional food of England — specializing in classic game cookery, oysters, pies, and puddings — for over 200 years.
Social Eating House
58 Poland Street, Soho London, W1F 7NR
020 7993 3251
Located in the resurgence of Soho, the Social Eating house aims to surround guests’ with key elements of the current London dining scene but in a cozy and social setting.
Borough Market
8 Southwark Street London, SE1 1TL
44 20 7407 1002
This gourmet food market offers over 70 stalls for visitors to buy fresh produce, pastries, breads, meats, cheeses, and more.

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Travel Tips

What sort of food should I try in London?

When in London, go beyond the traditional fish and chips to try other classic British bites, such as Sunday roast with Yorkshire pudding, pie and mash, and the British favorite Eton Mess.

What's there to do in Covent Garden?

For a more relaxed day in London and a step away from the touristy downtown, stop by Covent Garden, which features daily outdoor concerts and entertainment in the plaza. Simply walk around the beautiful neighborhood or shop and dine in the lovely high-ceiling market. Historic sites and entertainment lie within all corners of this neighborhood.

What's the easiest way to see all of London's landmarks?

A smart way to avoid London traffic when visiting English landmarks is to ride the Thames Clippers River Taxi, which is affordable and allows travelers to hop on and off boats all day. Passing tourist attractions like the Tower of London and the London Eye, the river taxi is a great way to experience the famed Thames, get prime photos, and experience an unofficial sightseeing tour.

What neighborhoods should I visit in London?

London is the capital of tourist attractions, but is also home to vibrant, colorful, and distinct neighborhoods with authentic charm. Visit neighborhoods like East End and Shoreditch for a hipper, artsy crowd. Stop by South Bank to visit the London Eye, and for a pleasant walk, stroll along the South Bank of the Thames through the bustling Borough Market. For the funky and fashionable, visit Notting Hill and Bayswater; for an upscale outing and exciting nightlife, visit SoHo.

How does London's cab system work?

In London, don’t hail just any cab. The most trusted cab among Londoners is the iconic black cab, with reliable drivers that have memorized the city and can take you anywhere. Cabbies take two to four years to memorize the city and pass the mental map test, ensuring travelers are in safe hands!

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