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Welcome to old London town. One of the most visited cities in the world, this vast Western epicentre has been captivating travellers for decades. A mish-mash of monarchical history, cultural diversity, and blink-and-you’ll-miss-it edginess, it is London’s blend of old and new that lends the city it’s unique charm. Despite its distinctive ‘London’ vibe, the city’s best asset is its flourishing smaller communities, each with their own quirks and charms. Where elegance and the finer things find their home in the West London suburbs of Covent Garden and Chelsea, fashion and creative urban scenes come alive in the East, in neighbourhoods like Shoreditch. Foodies rejoice at the endless cuisines found in this multicultural metropolis, and café culture is alive and well throughout the city too. Museums, galleries, and shopping are top-notch, while hundreds of bars, clubs, and pubs offer plenty of after-dark haunts for night-owls. Whatever your fancy, you’ll find it all, and then some, in this epic capital.

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Things to do in London

  • Our tips for London

    Our tips for London
    • It’s showtime! London’s West End is home to some of the best theatre in the world, from the timeless classics of The Phantom of the Opera and more modern interpretations like Disney’s Lion King, there is something to suit everyone’s fancy.
    • Avoid tube tussles. Londoner’s have places to be. The throng of early-morning commuters on tube stations usually commences from 7am onwards. So, if you’re fond of personal space, avoid travelling on the tube during weekday mornings.
    • Get app-y. Finding your way in London is made all the easier with navigation apps like Citymapper and location-based event apps like Dojo by your side. Get downloading.
  • Good to know

    Good to know
    Best Time To Visit Suit pants are swapped for shorts, lunchbreaks are lengthened, and after work drinks are mandatory; the summer months are when this city is truly at its best. Bear in mind, this is peak tourist time. Those on a tighter budget should opt for a visit in December, when winter weather is mild and Christmas markets adorn every other corner.
    Getting Around Navigating one of the largest cities in the world requires forward-thinking, a metro map, and an extra dose of patience. These tips should help you on your way…
    • Depending on your itinerary, investing in a weekly or fortnightly Oyster card will save you cost and inconvenience. These tickets can be used on all of London’s major travel links.
    • London’s underground system is arguably the best way to get from A to B in a hurry. Pick up a free tube map at any of the underground stations and you’ll be on your way in no time.
    • Buses are ideal for those in less of a hurry and keen to see sights on the way. Double-decker bus tours are also great for travelling and delving deeper into this iconic destination.
    Stay Safe Like in all urban metropolis, visitors to London should remain alert throughout their stay. Ensure your trip goes off without a hitch with these key precautions…
    • Apply caution when walking the streets in the evening by staying in well-lit areas and taking out your headphones.
    • Pickpockets operate on the city’s public transport systems so be sure to only carry small change and keep your valuables close to you at all times.
    • In an emergency, dial 999.