London is one of the most visited cities in the world – and it’s easy to understand why. The city is both historic and modern, it is home to royalty and celebrities – and it’s packed with iconic sights, museums, palaces and parks.… Read the rest
Bermondsey Beer Mile in London is everything that we love about craft beer! It’s local, creative, unpretentious and the beer is absolutely delicious.
Unlike the classic and cozy pubs in London that serve tepid real ales, the Bermondsey Beer Mile is offering an alternative beer scene.… Read the rest
London is awash with lovely green spaces and expansive public parks. While there are countless free gardens in London to visit, the London Sky Garden at 20 Fenchurch Street is, by far, our favorite. Perched atop a skyscraper, the indoor London Garden offers phenomenal city views – and, unlike other pricey London tourist attractions, it is completely free to visit…all you need is a Sky Garden reservation!… Read the rest
London is massive in just about every way: size, history, and culture. Rather than feeling overwhelmed by the numerous sights around the city, we focused our sightseeing on specific neighborhoods. In this Self-Guided Walking Tour of London we detail the most iconic neighborhood, the City of Westminster. … Read the rest
Each of London’s neighborhoods has a distinct style and unique vibe – and Greenwich is both charming and engaging. Although quite quaint, the district is packed with intriguing attractions. With a fascinating history that includes royals, sea navigators and astronomy, there are an incredible number of things to do in Greenwich.… Read the rest
Of all the things to do in London, visiting at least a few classic pubs should be on every visitors’ list. Dark interiors, wooden bars and cask ales are as much of a part of London as sights like Big Ben and Westminster Abbey.… Read the rest