If you wanted to get a taste of the show, there are still places where you can see the whole action free of charge.
We are getting closer and closer to Christmas and London is buzzing. Here are some ideas on what you can do this weekend from 13 to 15 December.
London’s urban myths sometimes can picture the capital in a very different way. Certain myths continue to persist from things of the past that are either no longer true, or never were in the first place. Here are 7 of the top myths about London and the truth behind the hype.
Public transport is limited over the Christmas period, so make sure you plan your journey in advance. There is no public transport on Christmas day. On Christmas Eve, public transport starts to wind down from early evening, including no night busses.
The question-answer-insult that most Britons have been asked at least a dozen times with, some justification is: “Is there even such a thing as British food?” However, while British food cannot be defined as a mono-cuisine, specific characteristics unify the restaurants in London that could be labelled ‘British,’ even if those characteristics aren’t unique in isolation.
Londoners and the tube is a love-hate relationship. While it’s one of the most extensive and efficient underground systems in the world, it can be hot, sticky, overcrowded
My answer on Quora to the question: “Would you support renaming London back to Londinium?”
London is property’s wild west. It is where common abuses, rights violations and scams are born. Supply is limited, causing rents to soar out of control and people accept ridiculous requests.