UK's capital city is a wonderful, magical playground with everything from nature to history, art, sports, music, food and culture to explore. So where do you start?
If you've ever wanted to get up close to David Beckham or Kate Middleton, now's your chance. Enter Madame Tussauds and prepare for a strangely magical experience.
Visit the capital's fourth most-visited museum, dedicated to the natural world's past, present and future.
It's magnificent. It's extraordinary. It's home to Queen Elizabeth the Second and the awesome spectacle of the Buckingham Palace Changing of the Guard.
London is a great destination for foodies, and you don’t need to spend a lot to enjoy some delicious dishes here. If you're looking for some cheap eats in the capital, read on.
London is a sprawling city, with one of the largest public transport networks in the world. Here’s everything you need to know about travelling around London, with some top tips to help you explore the capital cheaply and easily!
Built in 1871, the Royal Albert Hall hosts a range of events, including everything from classical and folk to rock, pop, ballet, opera.
Here's what you need to know about the London Eye, a brilliant way to see the city of London from a unique perspective
Like all the world's greatest capitals, shopping in London is something special. The city contains some of the biggest national branches of the brands we love, iconic department stores and more quirky shops, too.
If you’re looking for fun things to do in London at night, you’re spoilt for choice; the capital is chock-full of legendary bars, clubs, and entertainment venues that stay open well into the early hours.
The O2 Arena has been home to hundreds of incredible gigs, concerts, sporting events and other kinds of entertainment it puts on, delighting millions of people from across Britain and the wider world.
The Science Museum in London is full of wonder. Here's our easyHotel guide to one of the capital's best-loved attractions, the 6th most popular in the whole of the UK.