The 87 floor skyscraper at 306 metres high it is the tallest building in the European Union. Be in awe of the incredible modern architecture, and if you’re feeling brave venture up to its observation deck to see The View from the Shard.
Principle workplace and home to our Monarchy. Built in 1703, the Queen’s house is as pretty as a picture and well worth getting a snap in front of. You can also witness the changing of the guard daily, and the palace’s state rooms are open to the public during August and September.
London’s famous road junction of Regent Street, Piccadilly, Glasshouse Street and Shaftesbury Avenue. See the video and neon signs in all their glory both day and night. The busy meeting place is also home to the Shaftesbury memorial fountain with the Statue of Eros.
Come face-to-face with the world’s most famous icons. From Her Majesty the Queen to Britney, you’ll meet many historical, royal, film and sports stars! Take photos and marvel at the talent behind such amazing works of realism. Be sure to get your picture with as many heartthrobs as possible!
The West End
What would a visit to London be without seeing a show? Enjoy a pre-theatre meal and perhaps post evening drinks too. Tickets can be pre-booked in advance online or visit one of the many box offices for last minute cheaper deals!
See the city like you’ve never seen it before in the world’s highest observation wheel with 32 capsules, each holding up to 25 people. The wheels full height is 135 metres! For the ultimate party, enjoy champagne or cocktails in a VIP private capsule.
In heart of London, Oxford Street plays host to over 300 stores. Take a visit to the legendary Selfridge’s and flagship department stores like Debenhams and John Lewis. Regent Street is home to some of the oldest names including Liberty and Hamley’s.
Bond Street & Mayfair
The place to be for extravagant retail therapy, or maybe a spot of luxury window shopping. Either way, London’s most exclusive shopping area is well worth seeing. Browse famous names such as Burberry, Louis Vuitton and Tiffany & Co.
Thanks to the film of the same name, this area of London has become famous worldwide. Small unique shops sell everything from vintage clothes to quirky gifts. Portobello Road Market is unmissable, serving up delicious street food and handcrafts.
Central London hosts unique nightlife spots such as Covent Garden, as well as being home to super clubs such as Fabric and Heaven. Heaven being the leading club in the heart of London’s gay district, Soho. Go here for all night drinks and dancing.
Including Shoreditch and Brixton, you’ll find a more laid back style of nightlife. Music for all tastes, you’re as likely to find an underground R & B club as you are a grungier indie hang out. Be sure to visit Brick Lane beforehand for a bite to eat! Best for food and a boogie.
More traditional in its ways, typical old London pubs nestle between London’s theatre yards. No need to fear weirdos drinking in the corner, enjoy the tradition with an element of cool. Most pubs will be serving up a pint of scrumpy as well as the latest must try cocktail.