• London Parks
    Richmond Park Richmond Park is the largest park in London. Its 1,000 hectares provide a haven for a wide variety of species (deer, fallow deer, grey squirrels, swans, etc.). There are also some very old oak
  • Royal Albert Hall
    London’s most beautiful concert hall The Royal Albert Hall is a huge circular building with wings built in 1871. It was built in honour of Prince Albert, husband of Queen Victoria, who had died six years
  • Science Museum
    The London Science Museum is one of the city’s many free museums. It is located on Exhibition Road in South Kensington, close to the Natural History Museum and the Victoria and Albert Museum. In less than
  • The Channel Tunnel
    Choosing the best way to cross the Channel and deciding whether to travel over or under the water is a matter of taste, time and cost. For those travelling on foot, the convenience of the Eurostar
  • Portobello Road
    Will you be in London on a Saturday? A good idea is to visit Portobello Road Market in the famous Notting Hill area, one of London’s many street markets. If you don’t like crowds, get there
  • The Sky Garden
    The Sky Garden is a winter garden on the top floor of a building in the City of London, with a fantastic view of the city. And it’s free! 20 Fenchurch Street is the address and