Head into town, catch a show, take a train, walk the Common
Catch a show down the West End or a train to Brighton. Take a dip in the Lido or take to the tennis court on the Common, perfect for wildlife, woods and walks. Built an appetite? Pub and grub are never far away, including Michelin stars.
Lions and tigers and bears are all present and correct at London Zoo, but the enclosure to head for is the new pool at Penguin Beach. Happy feet for your happy kids.
The London Dungeons invites you to delve into the capital’s most horrible history. Come face to face with live actors, experience three thrilling rides, interactive shows and special effects as you’re transported back to those black, bleak times. The kids will love the gruesome stories that lie within.
Join the Harry Potter Tour of London Locations and take a magical fun packed bus tour of the film locations and inspirations in the muggle capital.
When you tire of the London Eye, The Tower or The Tate Modern, just stroll the streets, take a cab or pop into Hamleys Toy Shop and lose yourselves for a few hours.
London for the Grown Ups
Head into London to shop and dine, sightsee and party.
Flex your plastic on Bond Street. And when you need a bite to eat, take your pick from some of the best restaurants in the world. Book ahead for Michelin stars, or try a pop up restaurant for something new.
No visit to London would be complete without spending some time soaking up the unique atmosphere in the West End. From Oliver to Chicago, there is a show to suit all tastes.
Want more culture? London has the galleries, museums and theatres to keep you busy for a year or two. You can even pop into Madame Tussauds and meet the future king and queen.
A spot of afternoon tea, yes please! You are spoilt for choice with The Ritz, Claridge’s, The Dorchester or The Savoy – sit back and enjoy the fresh cream and cucumber sandwiches with a pot of the finest English tea.