As a real melting pot of vibrant cultures, London is a colourful, beautiful and exciting city. With no 2 areas being the same, there is sure to be something to suit every possible taste. Monuments, fine dining restaurants and beautiful public parks bring London to life, and the best way to live it as a visitor is with our exclusive luxury city guide.


London is always on the itinerary for any luxury trip to the UK, and with the world-famous museums and monuments, it’s easy to see why. From St Paul’s Cathedral to the Houses of Parliament, classic English monuments are everywhere in London, highlighting the importance – both historical and current – of this beautiful city in national and international affairs.

London’s real beauty lies in its vibrant and diverse social and cultural scene. Almost every imaginable cuisine is available in London, to the very highest standards. World-class theatre and musical entertainment can be found all over London as well as a variety of art and history museums housing exhibits on an extraordinary range of topics.

Whether you are after a sensory experience you’ll never forget, or complete relaxation in any of its various luxury hotels and peaceful parks , London is the perfect city for a luxury break. Equip yourself with our city guide to London and you’ll be perfectly placed to make the most of this fascinating city.

London – at a glance

1. West London

This is an area with a diverse range of restaurants and up and coming boutiques. Picturesque residential streets and leafy squares provide the perfect setting for various different street markets, including the famous Portobello Road antiques market.

2. South West London

London’s most desirable address, SW1 is home to some of the most famous properties, hotels and restaurants in the world, let alone London. Where else can you eat in Gordon Ramsay’s flagship restaurant, go shopping at Harrods and then see number 10 Downing Street?

3. Westminster

The administrative heart of London for centuries, this area boasts a host of impressive landmarks and buildings, both old and new. The Houses of Parliament on the banks of the River Thames are particularly impressive, as is the nearby London Eye, where you can get unbeatable panoramic views over the whole city.

4. Central London

After sightseeing, come to this area of London for the very best entertainment, restaurants and nightlife. A trip to see any one of the spectacular shows in the West End is a must-do!!

5. North London

One of the most laid back areas of London, with a bohemian vibe and plenty of open space to enjoy. A real microcosm of London’s multi-cultural nature can be found in the vibrant area of Camden, with its famous market and variety of boutique shops.

6. East London

Formerly the docklands and surrounding area, East London retains the down-to-earth feel and has seen massive regeneration over the past few years. Cool bars, art galleries and the latest “to be seen in” restaurants can be found in this area.

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