Adored by audiences and performers alike, this tribute to Prince Albert is one of the world’s most celebrated concert venues.
Once the private hunting grounds of a king, London’s most famous park is today a place where everyone can enjoy gardens, monuments and music performances.
The heart and soul of the nation’s spiritual life is also England’s finest example of ecclesiastic architecture.
An engineering marvel, this London icon spans both the River Thames and the ages.
Piccadilly Circus garnered its peculiar name from Roger Baker, a tailor famous for making men’s piccadills, the frilled collars fashionable in the 17th century.
London’s great meeting place and the “front yard” of the National Gallery and St. Martin-in-the-Fields church
Get lost in the cobblestoned labyrinth of boutiques and bars, or simply find a spot to enjoy the street performers in one of London’s most entertaining districts.
Climb aboard this observation wheel for the best bird’s-eye view of the British capital.
Britain’s most famous home, the luxurious personal residence and workplace of Queen Elizabeth II, is open to all.
One of London’s most resounding landmarks is a treasured emblem of England.
One of the elite few that can legitimately call itself a global city, London is rich in history, packed with places of interest and truly somewhere where there is a story to discover around almost every corner