There’s an overwhelming amount of things to do in London. Beyond the must-see sites of Tower Bridge, Big Ben and Buckingham Palace, there’s a world of diverse cultural institutions and attractions.
The British capital is home to some seriously slick and charmingly offbeat bars.
This is where I’d start my cultural tour.
Nowhere else in Europe will you find such an eclectic collection of stallholders and stores.
We catch up with Clara to discover her top spots to eat, drink and shop in London.
The Ritz’s concierge opens his little black book.
This boutique hotel, where the staff outnumber guests two to one, is the perfect place to enjoy quintessential English service.
We’ve gone and done the taste testing so you don’t have to.
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If the kids are sick of staring at Old Masters, give traditional galleries a miss for these offbeat picks around the globe.
If you’re precious about your coffee, that’s okay: these guys are a little obsessive, too.
A charming boutique hotel, The Ampersand strikes a savvy balance between quirky luxury and home-style comforts.
London constantly evolves but some things don’t change.
Jam-packed with stalls, Borough Market is famed for selling some of the best produce in London.
For those who can find some spare time in their busy schedule, here are five great London experiences that should not be missed.
One highlight is a ride called 'Spindizzy'. Seriously.
Explore Bath and beyond, and enjoy a luxurious stay at a modern-day country estate.
The two London Test matches split the city in two – Lord’s to the north and The Oval near the southern banks of the Thames – so why not do the same with your experience?
Boxpark is a quirky strip of tiny boutiques just outside Shoreditch High Street overground station.
This majestic Marriott hotel occupies one of the capital’s most flamboyant buildings.
If your shopping fantasy is more of the textured timber variety, Labour & Wait will thrill you right down to your too-cool-for-school toes.
It’s worth wandering through simply as an antidote to the stress of high-street shopping.
For a quintessentially British experience, meander through this historic laneway arcade in the middle of Mayfair.
Call yourself a serious high-street shopper? Then it’s your duty to conquer British retail institution Topshop while in the UK.
Anyone who is serious about vintage furniture, jewellery or objets d’art should make a beeline for Alfies Antique Market.
This label, created by independent British designer Marc Burton, offers just one product: seriously sexy leather jackets for men.
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