• Heathrow Airport

    London Heathrow Airport .

    Heathrow Airport, also known as London Heathrow is a major international airport in London, United Kingdom.

    Heathrow is the second busiest airport in the world (after Dubai International Airport) by international passenger traffic, as well as the busiest airport in Europe by passenger traffic, and the seventh busiest airport in the world by total passenger traffic. It is one of six international airports serving Greater London. 

    Heathrow lies 14 miles (23 km) west of Central London and has two parallel east–west runways along with five operational terminals on a site that covers 12.27 square kilometers (4.74 sq mi).

  • Thorpe Park

    Thorpe Park Resort, Staines Road, Chertsey, UK .

    Home to over 30 thrilling rides, attractions & live events.

    THORPE PARK Resort is the ultimate destination for thrill seekers featuring some of the UK's most popular roller coasters. Reach new heights with Stealth the UK's fastest roller coaster launching riders to 205ft at 80mph in just 2.5 seconds.

    Take flight on THE SWARM the UK's only winged coaster, or face one of Jigsaw's most twisted traps with SAW - The Ride the world's first horror themed roller coaster featuring a 100ft "beyond-vertical" drop.

  • Windsor Castle

    Windsor Castle, Windsor, UK .

    No trip to Windsor could possibly be complete without a visit to amazing Windsor Castle, the family home to British kings and queens for over 1,000 years.

    The size of the Castle (5.3 hectares/13 acres) is breathtaking, in fact it is the largest and oldest occupied Castle in the world and it’s where Her Majesty The Queen chooses to spend most of her private weekends..

    You might even time your visit when she is in residence! Look at the flag flying from the Castle’s Round Tower; if it’s the Royal Standard The Queen will be there too.

    Windsor Castle offers something for everyone, and with so many areas to explore please allow at least 2.5 to 3 hours to see it all.

  • Twickenham Stadium

    Twickenham Stadium, Whitton Road, Twickenham, UK .

    Twickenham Stadium is the home of England Rugby and the largest dedicated rugby union venue in the world, seating up to 82,000 people.

    The stadium is a destination for fans around the world to experience the action on the pitch on a match day, dance to some of the biggest stars in music, re-live the history of a stadium tour, visit the newly housed World Rugby Museum, host a fantastic event or take a trip to the Rugby Store.

  • Hampton Court Palace

    Hampton Court Palace, Molesey, East Molesey, UK .

    Experience the public dramas and private lives of Henry VIII, his wives and children in the world of the Tudor court.

    Admire Henry’s Great Hall, the infamous Haunted Gallery and the Tudor kitchens.

    Discover the spectacular baroque palace built for William III and Mary II and explore the magnificent gardens.

  • Kew Gardens

    Kew Gardens, Richmond, UK .

    Discover the world of science behind our botanical collections, with over 50,000 living plants to be found across our UNESCO World Heritage site.

    There's lots to see and do at Kew Gardens including exhibitions, talks, tours, short courses and much more.

    From Victorian glasshouses to an Alpine rock garden, there's something to see in every corner.

  • Westminster Palace

    Westminster Palace, London, UK .

    Westminster Palace, also referred to as the Houses of Parliament, is a Gothic style building where the House of Commons and the House of Lords meet (the two houses of Parliament of the United Kingdom).


  • London Eye

    London Eye, London, UK .

    At 135m, Coca-Cola London Eye is the world’s largest cantilevered observation wheel. It was conceived and designed by Marks Barfield Architects and was launched in 2000. 

    It has won over 85 awards for national and international tourism, outstanding architectural quality and engineering achievement. In fact, it has become the UK’s most popular paid for visitor attraction.

    A remarkable feat of design and engineering, the London Eye gave London’s skyline a dramatic new addition and has been offering guests a new perspective on London ever since. Originally, it was intended as a temporary structure, able to be dismantled and transported to a new location, and had planning permission for just five years. But with millions boarding it every year, its popularity has prompted its lease to be extended. Today it is a permanent fixture on the London skyline and a beautiful symbol of modern London.

  • Buckingham Palace

    Buckingham Palace, London, UK .

    Visit the official London residence of the Queen, as Buckingham Palace opens its doors to the public every summer.

    Explore the lavishly furnished State Rooms of one of the world's few remaining working royal palaces, and look out for some of the Royal Collection's greatest treasures on display.

    Highlights of the Buckingham Palace summer opening include:

    Paintings by Rembrandt, Rubens, Poussin and Canaletto
    Sculpture by Canova and Chantrey
    Exquisite examples of Sèvres porcelain
    Some of the finest English and French furniture in the world

  • Tower Bridge

    Tower Bridge, Tower Bridge Road, London, UK .

    Visit Tower Bridge and discover its colourful history from Victorian times to the present day. Films, animations and interactive displays in the Towers and the high-level Walkways provide insights into how and why the Bridge came into existence.

    From the modern high-level Walkways, see London life through the new glass floor, a unique viewpoint in the high-level Walkways, 42 metres above the River Thames.

    Admire stunning panoramic views, spying such popular London landmarks as St Paul's Cathedral and the Monument to the west and St Katharine Docks leading to Canary Wharf to the east, while marveling at the 40 bridges featured in our 'Great Bridges of the World' refreshed display, each of which represents a breathtaking feat of engineering.

  • Oxford Circus

    Oxford Street, London, UK .

    No matter what time of the year you visit, Oxford Street is bound to be packed full of locals and tourists rushing through the streets with an armful of shopping bags, But it's during the Christmas season when the street truly comes to life, as it's lined with all sorts of Christmas decorations that are lit up at night, which makes for a truly dazzling sight.

    Walking from one end of the street to the other, visitors will see stores like Marks & Spencer, Debenhams, House of Fraser and John Lewis, as well as flagship Nike, Adidas, H&M and Topshop stores (which attracts more than 200,000 shoppers every week). And of course, no visit to Oxford Street would be complete without browsing around Selfridges (at 400 Oxford Street), which boasts six floors, 11 places to eat, and over 11,000 pairs of jeans

    The bigger department stores tend to be located more between Marble Arch and Oxford Circus, while the smaller department stores or shops selling consumer electronics can be found more towards Tottenham Court Road.

    From Oxford Circus to Tottenham Court Road you can find stores like Topshop, American Apparel and Next, and if you walk along the area between Oxford Circus and Bond Street, you will also find some other big-named stores like H&M, Debenhams, Gap, the House of Fraser, and Zara.

    From Marble Arch to Bond Street, you'll see a Marks & Spencer, New Look, Primark, River Island, and Selfridges. Charing Cross Road and Denmark Street to the south-east is home to many stores selling books and musical instruments, while Edgware Road (to the north-west) has more of a focus on electronics.

    If you feel like doing some sightseeing during your visit to Oxford Street, Marble Arch (to the west) is a famous London landmark in its own right, and was once a place of public execution from 1388 until 1793. Hyde Park is less than a two-minute walk away from Marble Arch, and you can easily walk to the Princess Diana Memorial Fountain, Speakers' Corner and the Serpentine Lido before your visit to Oxford Street as well.