If you are a woman worth a million then this is the place of your fancy. Spa hotels in London are actually the best address for the fashionista in you.… Continue reading →
It’s a delight to dissect the fashion choices of the British royal family – those with a keen eye for clothes can learn a lot about some otherwise guarded figures, … Continue reading →
London has plenty to offer film-goers. This is particularly true in the middle of summer, when glamorous venues like those found in Leicester Square are joined by a wealth of … Continue reading →
The Palace of Westminster – commonly called the Houses of Parliament – is one of London’s most iconic buildings. Come later this month, tourists will be able to enjoy regular … Continue reading →
This week, the Tower of London reopened what it claims is the iconic site’s longest-running display of historic exhibits – and, accordingly, might be “the world’s oldest visitor attraction”.
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The Imperial War Museum (IWM) has been undergoing considerable refurbishment work as of late, leaving it temporarily closed to the public for the past few months. However, history buffs who’ve … Continue reading →
The National Gallery has announced what promises to be one of London’s biggest artistic attractions for 2014 – a major exhibition on Rembrandt van Rijn, the Dutch painter most famous … Continue reading →
For the fifth year running, London’s foodies are being treated to a vast array of gastronomic delights thanks to the Waterloo Quarter Food Festival – “an annual celebration of tastes, … Continue reading →
There are few better ways to spend a balmy summer evening than at an outdoor cinema – something to which London’s panoply of pop-up film venues testify.
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London’s Piccadilly Theatre is gearing up for what promises to be one of this summer’s hottest West End attractions – a much-anticipated revival of the Dirty Dancing stage adaptation, which … Continue reading →
Few spectacles are greater than a Cirque du Soleil show, so fans in London should be delighted to hear that the world-renowned contemporary circus troupe will be gracing one of … Continue reading →
London Zoo in Regent’s Park is one of the most famous zoos of the world and it has over 12,000 animals. The Sumatran tigers at this zoo got a new … Continue reading →