There’s no more iconic landmark in the capital than the London Eye, which is why the Big Boy is going all-out this year to celebrate its 10th b-day. A number of events are lined up for it. Read more.
Superb location, with outstanding terrace views along the Thames, and handy for south bank attractions; decent efficiently served food Read more.
The green, triangle-shaped expanse of leafy land just beyond the Ritz is Green Park. Read more.
Harrods’ magical Christmas window display was created with the help of Oscar de la Renta, Valentino and Marchesa, who dressed Disney’s fairy-tale princesses. See the gowns here: bit.ly/TR7FPp Read more.
Pickpockets operate in this area, so always keep your valuables hidden and your bag zipped up. Watch the ‘tricks of pickpockets’ and the tell-tale signs at http://goo.gl/UfI24 Read more.
Lipsmackingly good duck & pork delicacies added to the menu; both meats are cooked the traditional way. We particularly like the Barbecued Char Siu Pork, which is best washed down with a Monkey Mojito Read more.
"An oasis of calm and good cheer amid the noise and chaos of Covent Garden and Trafalgar Square. Real ales, often from local breweries such as Meantime and Ascot Ales, are the draw..." Read more.
Delicious & affordable rustic Italian dishes, inspired by the "Italian table" to create a relaxed environment. Recommend the smokey mozzarella arancini! Read more.
The Icecreamists shouts loudest of all the ice cream parlours – but look beyond the publicity stunts, the banging music and the adolescent decor, and there are actually some decent ices on offer. Read more.
As the cool autumn weather sets in, the vibrant lanterns in Chinatown have inspired us to experiment with the season’s oriental trend. See how the look made its mark on the catwalk here: bit.ly/TdNPID Read more.
Enter our prize draw to win a family ticket to Sea Life. And if you don’t win, not to worry! Simply grab yourself a free 2 for 1 voucher and get 2 for 1 entry to any Sea Life location across the UK. Read more.
Opened in 1982, Tthe Barbican Centre is the largest performing arts centre in Europe. Take part in the free Barbican Extraordinary Voices weekender 22-23 July 2011. Read more.
Located between platforms 9 & 10 is the magical platform 9 3/4, reached only by those travelling to the Hogwarts Academy, such as Harry and his friends in 2001's "Harry Potter & the Sorcerer's Stone." Read more.
Olympic Stadium, the centerpiece of Olympic Park, is the site of the Opening and Closing Ceremonies. Read more.
Jump off the Overground line at Rotherhithe for a pint and some food at one of London’s best pubs. It takes its name from the ship that took the Pilgrim Fathers to New England in 1620. Read more.
A super little neighbourhood pub in Bloomsbury with an inspired beer selection, cheese and meat boards, and thoughtful design touches. There’s live music, comedy and a regular quiz. Read more.
One of the most exciting beer selections in the city sees 37 of them on draught and a doorstopper of a list that includes rarely seen brews from the world over. Read more.
Their world's-strongest, 41% quadruple IPA "Sink the Bismarck" could be named "Sink [Your Name]" if you're not responsible. Side note: You're not responsible. Read more.
Do visit this bustling food market where top London chefs come to buy their ingredients. If you don’t find it here, where will you? Open from Thursday to Saturday, but come early to avoid the crowds! Read more.
Try and keep the jazz theme going by ordering The Ellington, The Fitzgerald or the luxurious house-named champagne cocktail. Read more.
The Museum of London looks after more than 2 million objects and has the largest archive in Europe. Take part in Open Weekend here on 24 July 2011 and learn more. Read more.
Stomp is an Olivier Award winning show combining percussion, movement and visual comedy. Currently in its 5th year in London! Read more.
Camden Market actually refers to the several markets that cover the northern end of Camden Town. Each market has a character of its own. Read more.
Food prepared by Andrea Zuccolo, sculptures from the Academy’s permanent collection & a bar made from lava stone from Mount Etna are some of the reasons why you should enjoy a bit of British culture. Read more.
In addition to serving possibly the best chips in North London, the Lock Tavern showcases some awesome DJs and live acts Read more.
The line-ups aboard Boat Show, a floating comedy club situated opposite the London Eye, are consistently superb. T Read more.