Posted on 16th April, 2018

London Marathon – Best Spots for Spectators

It’s that time of the year again, where it is socially acceptable to witness a parade of runners dressed in bizarre costumes to help fundraise for multiple charities. London’s very own world-famous marathon takes place on Sunday 22nd April 2018. Covering 26.2 miles across London, there will be a number of spots where you can show your support. Here are our top spots we recommend you head to if you want to catch a glimpse of the race. The Start: Greenwich The marathon will begin between Greenwich and Blackheath. Your support, whether general or specific, will probably be more valued...


Posted on 21st March, 2018

Best London gardens to visit this Easter Bank Holiday

Taking a stroll in London’s most beautiful gardens is something we have been missing during the recent winter weather, but with spring just around the corner we are keeping our fingers crossed for a bit of much needed sunshine. Escape the concrete jungle that is London and take the kids to play and explore the stunning gardens London has to offer. Here are our recommended gardens which we believe should not go to miss this Easter Holiday. Kew Gardens Explore the 300 acres which is home to more than 30,000 types of plants and a scientific research center of international...


Posted on 1st February, 2018

Valentine’s Day in London

It’s that romantic time of the year again. Whether you’re wonderfully in love or a happy singleton, London has lots to offer this Valentine’s Day. Here’s your guide to the city’s most romantic dining options, soppy spots, Valentine’s Day gift ideas and much more. Theatre shows No matter who you’re spending Valentine’s Day with this year, there’s a show for everyone.  If it’s a first date, why not cuddle up to your special someone while watching the thrilling ‘The Woman In Black’. Or if you want to catch something more romantic, follow the love story in the famous ‘Les Misérables’....


Posted on 8th January, 2018

Visit London on a budget: London’s best free attractions

We know that January can be an extra-long month and that payday might seem like a distant dream, so we want you to start your year the right way by enjoying London without breaking the bank. We have listed our top attractions to visit for free in London which we hope you’ll enjoy. National Gallery London is famous for its excellent free art exhibitions. National Gallery in Trafalgar Square displays more than 2,000 Western European paintings from the Middle Ages to the 20th century. Artists include Botticelli, Leonardo da Vinci, Gainsborough, Turner, Renoir, Van Gogh and our favourite Rembrandt. The...


Posted on 21st December, 2017

New Year’s Eve in London

London is never one to miss a global celebration. The city is fully prepared with heaps of New Year’s Eve parties and events up its sleeve. If you don’t have any plans for New Years, not to worry as we have lined up the best events in London to celebrate 2018 in style. Covent Garden’s Comedy Carnival Start the New Year as you wish to continue it, with fun! The Seven Dials Club located in the heart of Covent Garden will be full of comedy gold acts including, Lee Nelson, Sara Pascoe, Paul Chowdhry, Milton Jones, Jack Whitehall and more....


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