St Paul's is one of London's most iconic buildings and is a must see for anyone wanting an insight into Britain's diverse history
Home of the Queen, and one of the main tourist attractions of London, Buckingham Palace is a must see.
Towering over east London is a late Victorian structure whose splendour remains to the modern day but whose function has been forgotten.
Visitors to London in the mood for a bit of culture should visit St James's Palace.
Cruises on the River Thames can be a dazzling journey through London old and new, taking visitors past palaces, parliamentary buildings, post modern architecture and soaring skyscrapers.
Camden Market is north London's bastion of culture, attracting hippies, goths and even celebrities.
Visit the London Eye for stunning panoramas of London and beyond, while sampling the spirit of a brave new millennium.
Visit the political nerve centre of the United Kingdom
The Tower of London has played many roles in its long history and is now the nation's most powerful symbol of royalty and one of the top visitor attractions
Not the most obvious of capital attractions, London Aquarium still offers a fun, fascinating and informative day out for all the family