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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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Where's the best place to take in a traditional English tea?

England’s favorite pastime is a good old cup of tea. Enjoy the luxury of afternoon tea at Wolseley, Sketch, or Fortnum and Mason. Be sure to book in advance at these fine tea places!

What's the easiest way to get around London?

Traveling in London is easier than ever with the Oyster card, smart cards that come with credit to spend on multiple travel outlets, whether it’s the train, double-decker bus, or national rail. These cards are designed to provide a cheap and hassle-free way of getting around, making travel as simple as waving a card at the card reader.

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.

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