The most famous bell in Europe, perhaps even in the world, Big Ben, is one of the iconic landmarks of London.
This majestic palace is the official residence of British monarchs and is usually recognized as a symbol of UK's monarchy.
This fascinating bridge is not only one of London's icons, but also one of the best-known bridges in the world.
Designed by John Nash in 1830, Trafalgar Square is the largest square in London.
First inhabited by Benedictine monks back in the 10th century, this Gothic church is one of the most important icons of London.
A famous road junction and public space in London's West End was built in 1819.
This enormous white cathedral and one of London's tallest buildings serves as the seat of the Bishop of London and as a funeral site of…
With approximately 300 shops, Oxford Street is Europe's busiest shopping street and is home to a number of major department stores and many…
Back in the 17th century, the area was occupied by stalls and sheds selling fruit and vegetables.
Explore the restaurants, bakeries, nightclubs and enjoy the great atmosphere of Chinatown. It is well worth a visit.
This jaw-dropping museum has a phenomenal collection. It is so large that it cannot be possibly explored in a single day.
Even though this area is most famous for the film Notting Hill, it is still a rather posh district favoured by influential people, full of…
A lavish royal residence inhabited by princes and princesses since the 17th century.
The famous Portobello Market takes place alongside the whole length of Portobello Road in Notting Hill.
All the admirers of science, technology, and mechanics should definitely visit this museum.
A legendary recording studio where lots of famous bands, such as Pink Floyd, The Beatles, Paul Robeson, and others, have been recording…
Adjacent to Hyde Park, these gardens are a part of the "lungs" of London city center.
The confluence of Grand Union Canal and Regent's Canal makes for a charming view, sometimes called the Little Venice Lagoon.
Queen Victoria opened this circular concert hall in the 1870s. Since then, many notable concerts took place here whether they were rock and…
The large circular building named after its domed shape is a space for exhibitions and other cultural events.
All fans of the Notting Hill movie can make a stop at the place where Hugh Grant's 'travel bookshop' was located.