Itchy London

Our guide offers you the best tips for exploring the capital - whether you're looking for nightlife, museums, history or If it's your first time to the city, you may want to visit the capital's most iconic landmarks, such as Big Ben, the London Eye and Buckingham Palace.
But if you're looking for a slice of green in the city, why not cycle round Hyde Park, visit Henry VIII's former home at Hampton Court Palace? You don't have to visit the city's landmarks to appreciate it's diversity. London is a melting pot for many cultures, bringing a range of cuisines to sample. Try Chinatown or Brick Lane or one of our recommended restaurants.


From cafes to international cuisine, the capital has plenty to offer in the way of original food.


London is renowned as one of the best places to go out at night. Whether you're after a quiet pint down a traditional pub or a full-on night out, the capital has plenty to offer.

Outdoor cinema

In summer months, why not enjoy London's parks by watching a good film in a deck chair? The city's outdoor cinemas are a great way to spend a warm evening!

East End

The east end of London is one of its most thriving parts. With Borough Market and Brick Lane, it offers a range of exciting, diverse foods.


London is famous for its many museums, from the Victoria and Albert to the Tate Modern and National Gallery.

Walking round London

London has plenty of famous green spaces for wandering around, including Hyde Park, Richmond Park and Chelsea Physic Garden.