Tate Modern

Southbank

Set in a former power station by the Thames, from the outside it looks just like your ordinary power plant. The interior, however, has been reinvented to accommodate...

  • Museum

St. James's Park

Westminster

St. James's Park, the oldest of the capital's eight Royal Parks, it draws its name from a thirteenth century leper hospital that once occupied the park grounds....

  • Park
  • Cultural & Historical

Vauxhall

Vauxhall

Vauxhall, sometimes referred to as VoHo or Vauxhall Gay Village, rose to gay prominence when SoHo began to lose a bit of its gritty gayborhood shine. South of the...

  • Neighborhood
  • City Tour

British Museum

Bloomsbury

Eight million works from all over the world make this collection about the human history a distinguished compilation of art. Ancient Egypt, Roman Empire, Classic...

  • Museum
  • 5
  • 1

Soho

Westminster

London's Soho has long been the center of pleasures, guilty and otherwise, and since the 1980s one of the world's best known gayborhoods. Old favorites like The Duke...

  • Neighborhood

Oxford

Oxfordshire

Home to the oldest university in the English-speaking world, this town dates back to the Saxon settlers around 900 A.D, although the university is first mentioned in...

  • Excursions
  • Architecture

Natural History Museum

South Kensington

Dippy the dinosaur has welcomed visitors at the entrance of the National History Museum for over 30 years now. He is about to be replaced by a 82-foot blue whale...

  • Museum
  • Cultural & Historical
  • Architecture

Bath

Somerset

Immaculate Roman style baths are still standing alongside the modern shops and restaurants in this thriving town west of London. Shop until you drop and then relax...

  • Museum
  • Excursions
  • Cultural & Historical
  • Architecture

Buckingham Palace

Westminster

The Queen's official residence since 1837 and the monarchy's administrative headquarters, Buckingham Palace sits in the heart of London, surrounded by the St....

  • Museum
  • Cultural & Historical
  • City Tour
  • Architecture

Fortnum & Mason

Piccadilly

Fortnum's started trading on 1707 from a small shop in St James's Market. From the beginning, it had a strong connection to the royals, as its founder worked for...

  • Store
  • Cultural & Historical

Regent's Park

Camden Town

Connecting Central and North London is the beautiful Regent's Park. In the Outer Circle, extensive open fields, running tracks, fountains and lawns. In the Inner...

  • Zoo
  • Walking
  • Park

Abercrombie & Fitch

Mayfair

Abercrombie & Fitch, an American fashion brand specializing in casual luxury clothing for men and women since 1892, opened its London flagship store on Savile...

  • Store

Francis Kyle Gallery

Mayfair

Francis Kyle Gallery shuttered its space on Maddox Street after 36 years in Mayfair but still arranges viewings by appointment of works by many of its artists.

  • Art

Greenwich Park

Greenwich

In south-east London, Greenwich is the most historic of London't eight royal parks, dating back to Roman times and later a royal hunting park. Its 180 acres (74 ha)...

  • Cultural & Historical
  • Park

Prince Charles Cinema

West End

This independent and one-time-theater-then-porn cinema hosts a rotating programme of cult, arthouse, classic and Hollywood films on two screens for an audience...

  • Cinema

Richmond Park

Richmond

The largest of London's eight royal parks, Richmond Park is a nature reserve where red and fallow deer roam freely among gardens and historic buildings. Don't miss...

  • Park

Thai Square Spa

Trafalgar Square

In what originally was a Turkish bath, Thai Square Spa is an exotic and luxurious day spa, mixing Thai, Turkish and Roman influences. Facilities include sauna,...

  • Wellness

The O2

Greenwich Peninsula

The Millennium Dome, or The O2 as it is now called, is a massive entertainment complex (52 meters high and 365 meters in diameter) on the Greenwich Peninsula in...

  • City Tour
  • Architecture

The Shard

London Bridge

The Shard is the tallest skyscraper in London. Eight-seven stories high, it has viewing galleries and platforms on the floors 68 to 72. On its many floors are...

  • City Tour
  • Architecture

Brighton

Brighton

Brighton is a unique seaside town one hour south of London with its own Kemptown gay village filled with quirky shops, bars and restaurants; a pebbled beach with a...

  • Excursions
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Oxford Street

Westminster

Dating back to Roman times, Oxford Street (then known as Tyburn Road) was where prisoners were publicly hung during the middle ages. Today it is a major thoroughfare...

  • Shopping Street
  • Walking
  • Neighborhood
  • Architecture
  • City Tour

Big Ben

Westminster

Big Ben is the nickname for bell inside the famous clock on the north tower of the Palace of Westminster, home the House of Commons and the House of Lords. As well...

  • Architecture
  • City Tour
  • Cultural & Historical

Soho Square

Soho

The square is a green oasis right in the heart of Soho. Popular with the LGBTQ public, the lawn in the summer is covered with people drinking and flirting. It also...

  • Walking
  • Park

Camden

Camden Town

Camden's atmosphere is contagious. It is an explosion of smells, colours, noises and tastes with a collection of global street food, eclectic clothing stores, art...

  • Market
  • Neighborhood
  • Cultural & Historical
  • City Tour

Carnaby Street

Soho

Carnaby Street reached international fame as a symbol of the Swinging London cultural and musical scene of the 1960s, with its mod fashion, independent boutiques and...

  • Shopping Street
  • Neighborhood
  • Cultural & Historical
  • City Tour

Cambridge

Cambridgeshire

An hour outside of London, the historic city of Cambridge is one of the world's most beautiful. On the winding River Cam, it is home to the world-renowned University...

  • Excursions
  • Architecture

Chinatown

West End

London's Chinatown started out in the 18th century when Chinese workers of the East India company settled in the docks at Limehouse and set up businesses to cater to...

  • Cultural & Historical
  • Neighborhood

Piccadilly Circus

Westminster

A major shopping and entertainment area in Central London, Piccadilly Circus is a busy road junction in the West End, linking Regent's Street to Theatreland, famous...

  • Walking
  • Neighborhood
  • Architecture

Bond Street

Mayfair

This narrow road connecting Piccadilly Circus to Oxford Street is considered the most exclusive shopping area in London. Filled with ultra expensive fashion stores,...

  • Shopping Street
  • Walking
  • Neighborhood
  • City Tour

Hampton Court Palace

Richmond Upon Thames

King George II was the last monarch to live in this 500 years-old palace. Queen Victoria restored the building and opened it to the general public in 1838,...

  • Museum
  • Cultural & Historical
  • Architecture