London is a diverse and exciting city with some of the best sites, attractions and activities in the world. With so much to do, it is difficult to narrow down the long list of reasons to go.
London has a multitude of streets and shopping areas with unique themes and specialities. From luxury items in Mayfair, to the original finds of Notting Hill, to major shopping centres such as Westfield Stratford City, you can easily spend an hour, an afternoon or a whole day shopping in London.
The United Kingdom includes four countries and as many different trips to plan. In town, the atmosphere in the pubs is legendary, having tea in one of the upscale lounges is an opportunity to get up to speed on British time, shopping during the sales gives you extra reasons to come and the cultural life is immensely rich. On the other hand, the landscapes outside the cities are very typical, with coasts on all sides and of all types (cliffs, beaches, castles, lighthouses, etc…) and in the centre of the plains dotted with lakes, where a legend is to be discovered in each place.
London remains a city that fascinates and attracts millions of visitors every year. And for good reason. It is one of those great “world cities”, cosmopolitan centres that offer visitors, as well as an unparalleled choice of museums and monuments, an unforgettable experience and a guaranteed change of scenery. London is London, and no other city in the world looks like it. Its attractions and places of interest are countless; its shops – small and large – often unforgettable.
Artist Residence London is an award-winning 10 room hotel located just 10 minutes walk from Victoria’s neighbourhood and its train and subway station. This elegant hotel offers rooms with a personalised layout and a restaurant open all day long. The rooms are elegantly decorated with vintage furniture and covered with rustic parquet flooring and a private bathroom with designer facilities. Artist Residence London is only a 10-minute walk down the streets of Pimlico from the banks of the Thames. You can reach Big Ben and the famous Westminster Abbey in 20 minutes by foot along the river.
In Shoreditch’s former tea warehouse, Chief James Lowe opened his raw space. Its delicate, naturalistic and resolutely British cuisine has a gastronomic allure. The young chef-owner has a great respect for the flavours of British seasonal products, which can be discovered here through a menu. This approach to simplicity is reflected in the décor, which is resolutely functional.
Take advantage of this creative tour of the London East End and an artist’s studio to reveal the Banksy or Shepherd Fairy that lies within you. Discover the most beautiful urban artworks in the heart of this marginal district. Learn how to create a masterpiece that you can take with you thanks to the workshop tutors
Put on the James Bond suit for the day while sailing at full speed on the Thames! As you travel through London and admire all its iconic monuments, be privileged on board a small boat and head out through the city. Sail under Tower Bridge to Canary Wharf and enjoy a unique experience full of sensations.