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Traditional building facade of Albert Pub in Westminster area, settled between new modern buildings, in a sunny day, in London, England

Tradition and heritage are pillars of the London landscape. When you walk the streets of the capital, you’re taking part in the culture of a city that has existed for thousands of years. Its iconic buildings have stood for centuries before most of us and will most likely stand for centuries afterwards. In this historic panorama, commerce has always played…

view of stonehenge at sunset from the mound

Located on the wind-swept Salisbury Plain, Stonehenge is a designated UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of the most popular tourist attractions in the UK; each year more than1.3 million people visit this ancient, mysterious site. However, the site itself is almost 90 miles (144 km) from London, and getting there poses a real challenge to first-time visitors. With so…

graffiti mural london

London has some of the best high culture on offer anywhere in the world; world-class museums, lavish art galleries and fantastic theatres are found all over the city. However, beneath this veneer of high culture lies a thriving grassroots movement dedicated to street art and graffiti, whose roots are often associated with and derived from the socio-economic struggles within the…

Cheerful girl with hands up wearing the virtual reality goggles

Video games, movies on demand, takeaway food at the touch of a button – the creature comforts we have available in the modern world give you little reason to leave the house. Well, today we’ve found you seven. If you’re looking for something to get you off the sofa and away from your screens, these immersive experiences provide you with…

group of women carrying shopping bags

Looking for travel tips on where to shop in London? Those seeking some retail therapy while visiting the city are in for a treat; the capital is a global shopping haven, with some of the world’s top brands making their home here. No matter what you’re interested in, from music paraphernalia to vintage furniture, London will have the perfect place…

Between 1939 and 1945, Britain fought for its very survival against the might of the German war machine, but there was one city in particular that took the brunt of the German attacks: London. The story of wartime London is one of devastation, panic, destruction underlined by the striking resilience of the British people. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q8haIzMmGYc For the first time, Evan…

Value for money? London is one of the most-visited cities in the world and is suitably packed full of popular tourist highlights such as ‘Big Ben’, Buckingham Palace, Westminster Abbey, St Paul’s Cathedral and many more. The London Pass provides visitors with a means to see all of these attractions (and more) over the course of a long weekend or…

London is a massive city. Covering some 607 square miles (or 1,572 km), itΒ is the most populated city in Europe within its city limits. Despite its size, the city maintains an effective and efficient transport system that connects all 32 of its boroughs.Travelling around the capital is often stressful, and frequently chaotic – so much so that we’ve put together…