Kensington is a great area of London. The buildings are grand and historic, the streets are wide and leafy and the hustle and bustle of London can often seem far away.
London is such a huge city with so many diverse neighbourhoods that if your time is limited in this great city and you’re not so interested in hitting the main tourist sights, one way to get a really good feel for London is to pick an area and spend an afternoon just exploring around there.
London’s famous skyline can be enjoyed from a variety of city locations during a walk.
Did you know that the London Underground is the oldest metro system in the world? It first opened in 1863 with steam trains operating the route between Paddington and Farringdon, carrying 38,000 passengers on its opening day. Nowadays, it is one of the busiest systems in the world, carrying over a billion people around the city each year.
My tips for a perfect weekend in London from shopping through sightseeing right up to a natter over a cup of coffee and getting spruced up in a bar.
A group of people agrees to be locked away in order to get out. This is the basic concept of Exit Games.
But even if you’re convinced that you’ve seen it all, you might reconsider after checking out our suggestions for the following rather unusual bars.
Our employees reveal their favourite restaurants in four MEININGER cities. Bon appétit!
The bigger the metropolis, the crazier the shopping experience! We show you the craziest shops!
In London a pedestrian crossing has become an iconic image to the world. In 1969, The Beatles recorded an album in a small studio on No. 3 Abbey Road