The passing of three centuries has done nothing to diminish the magnificence of St Paul's Cathedral, Christopher Wren's masterpiece and London's most famous cathedral. Read more.
This glorious Victorian gothic castle, built of Portland stone in 1882, is also a publicly accessible court with 88 courtrooms, elaborately carved oak-panelled walls, marble galleries and bad wigs. Read more.
All good stuff, but our favourite section is the first-floor gallery by the escalator (Room 32). Remarkable 20th Century portraiture from the likes of Sutherland, Spear and Freud. Read more.
Harry Potter fans won't want to miss the chance to visit the famous Platform 9 3/4 - located between Platforms 9 & 10 - at London's Kings Cross station Read more.
This legendary jazz club in Soho has played host to some of the world’s biggest music greats such as Ella Fitzgerald, Jimi Hendrix who played his last live performance there and now Amy Winehouse. Read more.
With lovely decoration and lots to see in a small space, it is a truly interesting park. The bridge across the lake provides a unique view of Buckingham Palace framed by trees and fountains. Read more.
Regent's Park is one of the city's most popular open spaces, covering 410 acres. Attractions run from the animal odours and noises of London Zoo to the enchanting Open Air Theatre. Read more.