Home to some of the world's best cultural hotspots, London's musical acts, iconic landmarks, late-night scenes, and rich history will have you coming back for more.
Enjoy a bird’s eye view of London’s most famous landmarks from one of the world’s tallest observation wheels.
Tower of London
Home to the Crown Jewels, the Tower has had a colourful history as a zoo, fortress, prison, and royal palace.
The shopper’s haven abounds with the most elegant and extravagant stores, from designer labels to high street staples.
Houses of Parliament
Tour this 1,000-year-old palace, enjoy afternoon tea, and watch a live parliamentary debate.
Liven up your walk with a public debate at Speakers’ Corner or paddle along the meandering Serpentine lake.
The National Gallery
Every European school of art is represented here from early Italian masters like Giotto to later Impressionist painters like Renoir.
Few department stores are as famous—with a fine collection of designer clothing, luxury gifts, and an acclaimed food hall.
Be enthralled by the exhibitions held in this historic palace which has been the abode of Queen Victoria and Princess Diana.
The Regent’s Park
Amble along rows of elegant houses and the Regent’s Canal, and discover over 400 varieties of roses at the Royal Park.
The coronation church of the British Royal Family since 1066, you can hear its world-renowned choir sing daily.
The world’s most-visited modern art museum—known for its edgy installations and displays from influential artists like Twombly and Pollock.