Whether you’re travelling for business, pleasure or both – London’s calling. Enclosing the banks of the Thames you’ll find London’s icons, The Queen’s official residence and the Mother of Parliaments.
Beside these grand historic landmarks is the cutting edge arts, food and fashion scenes which make a trip to the city such a thrill, and a unique experience every single time.
Without question a great place to spend a long weekend - whether you're sightseeing, catching a gig at one of its many famed music venues, or taking in some live sport, it's all happening in London.
See a West End show With 39 theatres in the West End, and over 240 across London there's a show to please everyone. From smash-hit musicals to intimate, arthouse performances, comedy to ballet, don't leave town without checking out London's world famous theatreland!
Food Markets London's food scene isn't all about Michelin starred cuisine. Some of the best bites in town are bought from the array of street food and fresh produce markets found across the captial. Borough Market is one of the city's oldest and most famous, but also worth the visit are Maltby Street, Broadway, Camden Lock, Spitalfields and Victoria Park markets, along with dozens of farmers market hosted every week.
Shopping Renowned as a place to shop til you drop, From Oxford Street to the King's Road, to Brick Lane and Columbia Road Flower Market, your credit card is sure to get a workout!
Architecture Stunning architecture is not something London is short of. From gothic cathedrals to sparkling skyscrapers, royal palaces to mid-century Brutalist structures; the best way to view it all is on foot!
Open Spaces London isn't all urban sprawl, infact there are over 3000 parks and open spaces across the city. Take a stroll across Hampstead Heath, see the deer in Richmond Park or visit the world's largest collection of plants at the Royal Botanical Gardens Kew.