1. Covent Garden
Forbidden Planet: You're very close to the Best Geek Store in the World... well, we think so anyway. Find us at the top of Neal Street!
2. Leicester Square
Music Radio Creative: Watch the showbiz types heading in and out of Global Radio. Get an outside seat at Yates (the best place to do a bit of celeb spotting!)
3. Tower of London
4. Forbidden Planet
Matt Eats: The best shop in the world. Spend all your money here. All of it. Who needs food?
5. Shakespeare's Globe Theatre
London24: Guided tours of the facility are offered throughout the day in the theatre's winter off-season. From May to September, however, Globe tours are only available in the morning.
6. Saatchi Gallery
Londonist: You definitely want to get hold of the info booklet, or you're just looking at artfully arranged junk. The Richard Wilson room at the back is spectacular...in a stationary, gloopy way.
7. Trafalgar Square
Jaunted: Bird poop central. Keep your eyes out for the peregrine falcon that chases away the pigeons.
8. Tate Modern
Keith Tomlinson: A wonderfully British take on Modern Art - don't pay for the exhibits that cost - most of the floors and the excellent Turbine Hall are free to visit
9. Piccadilly Circus
Jon Carter: UK version of Times Square, way cool!
10. Hyde Park
Christian Bisaillon: Sunday evenings are a great time to go. Enough people to give ambience but not too many to be overly crowded.
11. Natural History Museum
Londonist: One of the world's great museums. To avoid the queues, use the 'secret' entrance on Exhibition Road.
12. Victoria and Albert Museum (V&A)
Londonist: Want to see Christ's ass? There's a surreal model of Jesus on a donkey down in the basement level of the Medieval galleries.
13. Science Museum
Adrian Hon: Go to the Listening Post on the first floor - very neat art exhibit about online communications
14. Hard Rock Cafe London
Julian Moreno: The Best honey mustard ever
HISTORY UK: Britain’s first escalators were installed at this famous department store in 1898. Women were offered brandy at the summit in order to calm their nerves.
16. Leadenhall Market
17. OXO Tower Brasserie
CatchAChoo: Dinner overlooking the Thames from up above? It's got to be done
18. Neal's Yard
LisasShare: Water clock on Shorts Garden entrance. Quirky!
19. Oxford Circus
Smartmatic: One of the busiest and most emblematic areas of London, where Regent Street and Oxford Street intersect.
Caliban 10: Excellent dim sum, tables with lazy susans. Dim sum happy hour 2.30-5pm M-F. Read more.
21. Abbey Road Crossing
New York Habitat: Walk this iconic street and crosswalk where the Beatles posed for their famous Abbey Road album cover. A must even if you’re not a Beatles fan!
23. Burlington Arcade
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