Canal boats are a unique and permanent fixture of London’s towpaths and waterways. Take a walk along the city’s canal and experience the interesting lifestyle and art of the tight-knit boat community.
From brunch cruises and restaurants to shops and entertainment venues, visit London’s most interesting and quirky barges and canal boat venues.
The end of lockdown 2.0 is just within reach. For those looking to cash in on that Christmas spirit this is a chance to get out of the house for a change. Whilst Tier 2 restrictions are still in place, there are many outdoor activities you can enjoy with your relatives and bubbles.
A cemetery might not be the obvious choice for sightseeing, but London is full of beautiful Victorian graveyards that should be on your must-see list. here is a list of things you should look out for on your next visit.
London Open House Weekend has been opening doors of unique and interesting buildings to curious architecture enthusiasts for nearly 30 years. Luckily, despite everything, the festival is still going ahead this year, so if you’re looking to get off of your sofa here are the top buildings you need to see.
Borough Market. Been there. Camden Market. Done that. While London is plentiful in long-established and historic food markets, many new ones have been springing up in the recent couple of years.
A list of some of the most amazing tea shops in London to visit on your next trip. Shopping guide for the tea connoisseur.
Canary Wharf is considered to be one of the world’s largest public sculpture parks, hosting regular, curated exhibitions of their own. What was once a deserted urban landscape on the weekends, has now become more alive with cultural initiatives such as the annual Winter Lights Festival and Open Air theatre performances in the summer.
Whether they make you feel unsettled or you revel in the playfulness of brutalist shapes here are some of the most revered buildings to see in London.