DESTINATIONS CULTURE AGENDA CONNOISSEUR'S GUIDE ALTERNATE ROUTES INSIDER'S VIEW NEWS PHOTO GALLERIES

CHOOSE DESTINATION

London

EssenceMuseums and galleriesWhere to sleepWhere to eatWhere to shopRoutesWorth knowingAlternate RoutesConnoisseur's GuideInsider's view

CHOOSE GUIDE

« BACK « TO BEGINNING
ELECTRIC CINEMA, LondonODEON LEICESTER SQUARE, LondonThe Hunterian Museum, LondonRoyal Academy of Arts Restaurant, LondonLe Gavroche, London

The Hunterian Museum, London

This amazing museum in London is a must see for anyone with a fascination for anatomy and nature's little creatures...

Brick Lane and The Old Truman Brewery, London

At the beginning of Brick Lane, where it intersects with Bethnal Green Road, behind a forest of leaning bicycles, the fruit and vegetable market begins...

Café Rouge, Four Weddings and a Funeral (1994), London

One, two, three....once Carrie (Andie MacDowell) reaches 33 when listing the number of her lovers, she concludes, as though merely discussing...

Song Que, London

Appearances can be deceiving and it's ever so true speaking of a small Vietnamese eatery Song Que...

Pollen Street Social, London

I first encountered chef Jason Atherton when he was running London's Maze Restaurant, the favourite haunt of local celebrities...

English National Opera, London

1904 saw Britain's largest, most modern and opulent theatre open in London; designed by the architect Frank Matcham...

Dinner by Heston Blumenthal, London

Since its long awaited opening in January 2011, Heston Blumenthal's restaurant Dinner has earned a huge media attention...

The Old Vic, London

The 192-year old London's Old Vic is a legendary playhouse that has witnessed some of the highest peaks of British stage acting...

Wyndham's Theatre, London

Wyndham´s Theatre, a listed building of English Heritage, is one of the still-active West End theatres, frequently rented for its star-studded...

Hawksmoor, London

England is famed for its beef steaks and boasts the most longstanding steak-making traditions...

ELECTRIC CINEMA, London

The Notting Hill film theatre, opened in 1910, was one of the first British buildings constructed specifically for the purpose of screening motion pictures...

Galvin La Chapelle, London

An award-winning Galvin La Chapelle restaurant has become one of the most sought after gastronomic destinations of London not only thanks to its...

London Review Bookshop, London

While the bookshop dates back only to 2003, today it is one of the best of its kind in the Bloomsbury area, so rich in literary connections...

The Harwood Arms, London

The Harwood Arms is a traditional English pub, set in the remote London neighbourhood of Fulham, was previously known as the local restaurant...

Wheeler's Restaurant, London

Wheeler's Restaurant exudes peace and tranquility and is a place to go to get a taste of deep-rooted English traditions. Some of the Wheeler's original seafood and meat recipes...

Designerwarehouse Sale, London

London is the epicentre of the creative blood circulation of Europe - in every area, including the outlet policy. While other...

The Quality Chop House, London

Located on Farringdon Road near Exmouth Market, the Quality Chop House restaurant exists there ever since 1869, when poor people and immigrants...

Le Gavroche, London

Back in 1982, Le Gavroche was the first British restaurant to win three Michelin stars; admittedly, it did lose one a decade later...

Nobu, Notting Hill (1999), London

The Nobu restaurant chain, owned by Japanese chef Nobu Matsuhisa and Hollywood actor Robert De Niro, has already received worldwide acclaim...

Restaurant 34, London

A new gourmet destination has recently opened its doors at 34 Grosvenor Square, a stone's throw from the U.S. Embassy in London...

CUT, London

CUT is the European debut of the American Michelin-starred restaurant owner Wolfgang Puck, famous for his Oscar Awards banquets...

Royal Opera House, London

The range of opera productions staged at London's Royal Opera may undergo certain transformations in autumn 2011...

Sadler's Wells, London

Nothing remains of the ancient architecture of London's Sadler's Wells. Today, it is a newly built modern and capacious playhouse running all the latest...

Shakespeare's Globe, London

Shakespeare's Globe Theatre lays claims to a status of more than just an appealing tourist landmark; it wants to be taken very seriously...

Royal Academy of Arts Restaurant, London

The restaurant at the Royal Academy of Arts first opened its doors in 1885 as Norman Show's Refreshment Room. Now, in 2011, it has experienced its...

AUBIN CINEMA, London

The intimate 47-seat cinema in the basement of the Aubin & Wills concept store opened in May 2010, offering an exclusive film-watching experience...

ODEON LEICESTER SQUARE, London

While Odeon Leicester Square is, of course, one of London's largest film theatres, the place owes its great popularity to the film...

Polpo, London

Venetian bacaro style restaurant in London's Soho district keeps drawing a steady flow of visitors. Folks swarms at Polpo's entrance like ants...

Jamie's Italian, London

Like a whirlwind, Jamie's Italian has rushed across the Great Britain! One after another, 13 Jamie's Italian restaurants have opened their doors so far...

La Fromagerie, London

La Fromagerie cheese cellar is like a hidden gem among the shops and restaurants of Marylebone area of central London. A cherished...

Laban Dance Centre, London

For those who reside in London and look for a weekend relaxation, I would suggest Greenwich. The best way to...