London's calling: welcome to a bustling world city packed to the brim with things to see and do!

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5 good reasons to go to London

Soak up London's history and heritage
Soak up London's history and heritage
London can be overwhelming in the sheer number of iconic monuments enclosed within its walls. A cruise along the Thames is the best way of taking them all in: the Houses of Parliament, Big Ben, the Tower of London and Tower Bridge are simply jaw-dropping in their grandeur. Stroll over to St Paul's cathedral, marvel at Westminster Abbey and Buckingham Palace, all instantly recognisable legends.
A fascinating patchwork of neighbourhoods and identities
A fascinating patchwork of neighbourhoods and identities
A plane ticket for London is your passport to the entire world thanks to the British capital's melting pot of different atmospheres and cultures. Explore vibrant Soho and its Piccadilly Circus and Trafalgar Square before heading east to Notting Hill and Portobello Road, where you'll find the streets crammed full of colourful little houses for a village feel.
Spectacular museums
Spectacular museums
London is bursting at the seams with cultural hotspots, and most incredibly of all, all national museums around the country are free. That means the British Museum, National Gallery, Tate Modern and the Museum of Natural History are all yours for the taking... For a bit of fun, stop off at Madame Tussauds and the Harry Potter studios (paid entry).
Kick back in gorgeous parks
Kick back in gorgeous parks
London offers ample opportunity to get your nature fix. St James’s Park, Regent’s Park, Richmond Park are just a few of Londoners' favourite green spots, as well as the iconic Hyde Park, just opposite Buckingham Palace. A wander through its greenery gives you the chance to marvel at the wildlife and listen to the impassioned debates at the famous Speakers’ Corner, where everyone and anyone can get up on their soap box.
More events than you can handle
More events than you can handle
This buzzing metropolis has a jam-packed line-up of major events and festivals, making it a tough call to decide what to see and do! The Notting Hill Carnival and its Caribbean beats, tennis at Wimbledon, the Portobello Film Festival, the Lord Mayor’s Show, the St Patrick's Day festival and parade and Trooping the Colour are definitely worth a visit.

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Culture and history

A day at the British Museum

Because the British Museum is so sprawling, you'll need at least a day to explore its many different nooks and crannies. This national museum is home to collections that rival the Louvre's, a whirlwind journey through the history of all five continents. Mummies, jewels, pottery, coins and more are all beautifully presented and explained.

Inside a fortress

Inside a fortress

The 11th-century Tower of London was used as a prison, royal residence and menagerie for exotic animals. Inside, the royal armoury, two chapels, the towers and ramparts are all open to the public. The crown jewel here is literally the crown jewels! A traditional Yeoman Warder walks you through the Tower's past…

London Bridge

London Bridge

Just alongside the Tower of London, Tower Bridge straddles the Thames. Built at the end of the 19th century, this bridge lifts to let boats through. Head deep into the belly of the bridge to see how it all works and climb up one of the towers to get to the top platform for a spectacular view of the entire city.


Enjoy a musical in the West End

London is the world capital of theatre, and musicals especially. Whilst you're here, make sure you grab tickets for a show in the West End, the world-renowned theatre district where film and cartoon classics are put to music: The Lion King, Mamma Mia, Les Misérables...

Street food in Camden Town

Street food in Camden Town

In the north-eastern district of London's city centre lies Camden Town. A hotspot for punks and rockers of all stripes, the neighbourhood is a delight to experience. Street art and quirky shops rub shoulders with bars and restaurants, complete with a street food market running the length of the canal. Mexico, France, Italy and China... Let your taste-buds travel the world in Camden.


India with a British twist

In London, fragrant spices and sizzling curry float on the breeze at every street corner. Indian restaurants abound in the capital, serving up tantalising dhals, tandoori chicken, samosas and naan, all washed down with a frothy glass of lassi. London is where you'll find the best Indian food outside of India.

Comforting scones

Comforting scones

When tea time arrives, head over to a tearoom. These late-afternoon cafés dish up decadent pastries to enjoy with a nice cup of tea. Londoners love scones, a kind of half-way hybrid between a cake and brioche. Make like the English and slice them in half before slathering them in butter, jam and clotted cream…

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