Where Dreams Come True

Step into the heart of England's shining capital, where famous monuments and iconic attractions await your discovery.

London's captivating blend of old and new, with its palaces and pubs, churches and cathedrals, battlements and bridges, showcases the city's rich and varied history.

Eat & Drink

Treat yourself to the cherished English tradition of afternoon tea at The Rubens at the Palace, savoring delectable delights amid elegant surroundings. For a taste of authentic British culture, visit the Churchill Arms in Kensington and raise a pint in a cozy pub setting.

We Recommend

  • Witness the renowned Changing of the Guard at Buckingham Palace, a quintessential London experience that encapsulates British tradition and pageantry.
  •  For a touch of magic, indulge in Harry Potter movie memorabilia at the Warner Bros. Studio Tour London.
  • Immerse yourself in the world of theater by enjoying a mesmerizing musical in London’s West End, the beating heart of the performing arts. 
  • Capture breathtaking panoramas from the London Eye, offering stunning views of the city’s skyline. 
  • Explore the historic Westminster Abbey, a testament to the nation’s cultural heritage. 
  • And for a delightful shopping spree, indulge in high-street fashion along the vibrant Oxford Street.

Discover Unforgettable london’s Activities

London Hop-on-hop-off

Discover the key sights of London on a traditional open-top double-decker bus. Enjoy the freedom to explore the city at your own pace, with a duration of 1 day. Depart daily from 8:30 am to 6 pm, with buses arriving every 10-60 minutes, offering seasonal variations.

Tower Of London

Take a captivating journey back in time, spanning nearly a millennium, as you unveil the stories behind one of London’s most renowned landmarks. Stand in awe of the priceless Crown Jewels, witnessing the embodiment of history and opulence.

Kensington Palace

Immerse yourself in the regal world of Kensington Palace, where history and royalty intertwine. Discover the early days of Queen Victoria in ‘Victoria: A Royal Childhood,’ explore the grandeur of the King’s and Queen’s State Apartments, and relish the 'Court to Couture' exhibit from April to October.

Ruebens Afternoon Tea

Indulge in the epitome of elegance with a traditional afternoon tea at The Rubens at the Palace Hotel's lavish Palace Lounge. Nestled overlooking the Royal Mews of Buckingham Palace, this experience offers a refined escape into British heritage.

Crown Jewels With River Cruise

Accompanied by a knowledgeable Blue Badge Guide, traverse through history as you visit two of London's iconic sites. After a fascinating exploration, unwind on a scenic River Thames cruise, offering a unique perspective of the city's grandeur from its waterways.

Harry Potter Film Locations Walking Tour

Step into the magical realm of Harry Potter on this enchanting walking tour. Traverse the film's iconic locations, including the mystical Platform 9 3⁄4, and relive the wizardry that captured hearts worldwide.

Travel Tips

When to Go

Spring (March to May) and autumn (September to November) offer milder weather and fewer crowds. Summer is popular but can be busy. Consider off-peak times for better deals.

Public Transportation

London has an extensive public transportation network. Use the Tube, buses, and trains to get around the city easily. Consider getting a travel pass for unlimited rides.


The currency in London is the British Pound (GBP). Use ATMs to get local currency for better exchange rates than airport kiosks.


London's weather can be unpredictable. Always carry an umbrella or raincoat and dress in layers to adapt to changing conditions.