From Afternoon Tea, London City Attractions and Trip Ideas, I’ve spent the past year checking out all things London. I’ve most recently embarked on a new and exciting project where I cover 33 different London Walks You can find out more about that project here. I’ve walked around and explored a significant amount of London in just a short amount of time.
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This cute market is tucked into London’s Financial District and was the setting of some filming of Harry Potter.
Take a tram over the Thames for only £3.50.
Say hi to Queenie.
From flowers and festive foods, its easy to get overwhelmed here with all of your food choices.
The famous Modern Art Gallery
Filled with Chinese restaurants, grocery stores, and a casino.
Home to our favorite football team, Arsenal FC.
Great place to catch some rays
Famous for being the London scene in the sixties. Now a fashion hot spot. Filled with shops, restaurants, and bars. Only around the corner from Oxford Circus. I highly recommend coming to eat here.
“The World’s Largest Antiques Market” has been open since the 1800’s.
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Public Square in Westminster commemorating the Battle of Trafalgar
A public London garden in the sky. If you come here Monday- Friday before 6 pm or after 9 pm on the weekends you will need a booking.
The North London home to eclectic food, fashion, music, and art.
At Kings Cross station. No explanation needed. Just expect long queues.
He’s currently going through some renovations.
The 700-year-old church where nearly all the royals get married.
Palace, fortress, and torture chamber. This is one of London’s most popular destinations
When people think of London they think of Tower Bridge.
World famous department store
This was once the historic Covent Garden fruit and veg market. Alfred Hitchcock’s father once had a stall here.
East End Market filled with quirky shops and a stone’s throw from Brick Lane.
You might forget you’re in London being here. And it’s only a short walk from Tower Bridge station.
Fancy a break from Camden Lock? Walk along here to get to Primrose Hill.
The Walk to do if you’re in Hampstead.
Related: 9 Things to Do in Hampstead
These are located all over Shoreditch. This one, in particular, I found off Brick Lane.
The hipness hive of East London.
Related: 7 Facts About Brick Lane
Bedford Square is the home to quite a few publishing houses which coincides with the fact that many renowned authors and thinkers inhabited this area in the 1920’s. More info here.
One of my favorite walks in London that I happened to find by accident.
One of my favorite museums in London which is a short walk from Bedford Square.
Expect long lines at the weekend, but well worth it.
Since I missed the Lumiere exhibit this will have to do 🤳🏽 . . . . . #lovegreatbritain #hellolondon #mydarlinglondon#prettycitylondon #timeoutlondon #vibrantlondon #hellolondon#thisislondon #mylondon#londonbylondoners#mydarlinglondon#myprettycitylondon#timeoutlondon#londoncityworld #londonpop#expatblog #expatblogger
Perfect place to tuck into on a rainy day if you’re in Trafalgar Square.
Happy New Year from all of us at the Gallery!⠀ ⠀ We’re open from 10am- 6pm today. Why not start the New Year with a visit to our latest exhibitions #CezannePortraits or the Taylor Wessing #PhotoPrize, or discover over 1000 portraits of famous people from Henry VIII and Elizabeth I, to Elton John and David Hockney for #free in our permanent Collection.⠀ ⠀ Image credit: Boy in a Red Waistcoat by Paul Cézanne 1888-90 National Gallery of Art, Washington D.C.
Another free London Museum on the same road as Museum of Natural History.
One of my favorite cheap foods in London.
One of London’s most Instagrammable spots
Breathtaking views and my favorite food and music.
Nordic afternoon tea and pastries at an affordable price.
London’s first cereal cafe, with every choice imaginable.
You MUST try their famous hot chocolate (it was pretty special!) and of course their ice cream.
I love their Taiwanese steamed buns.
The best Indian food I’ve ever had! (Multiple London locations)
One of the best views of London.
I'm slowly but surely adapting to the English life here in London. I tried milk (almond) with my tea for the first time the other day 😳 and my Tesco's online trolley this week has salad cream, digestives and scones 😝😝😝I actually thought digestives were cookies to help with your digestion. Wouldn't that be great ?!!
I think Hyde and Regent’s are my favorite London parks. For now…
Can you spot the difference? The bed photographed here is home to some very similar looking plants, but from completely different parts of the world! On the right are cacti, backdrop to many American cowboy films. Further back are agaves, used to make the Mexican ‘speciality’, tequila! On the left, there are euphorbias and aloes from Africa. Why do they look so similar if they’re not related? They’ve all evolved the same coping mechanisms due to the semi-arid environments they grow in. #WinterAtKew 🌵