Tower of London – The Enigmatic and Iconic Tower of London

There are many of iconic sights that are associated with London, from the Big Ben to Buckingham Palace, but this is one site that bears a history like no other and one of the most significant cultural icons of the nation. Throughout its history it served as a royal residence, a private zoo and even…

The Tower of London and Tower Bridge -An iconic piece of British history

The Tower of London is located in St. Katherine’s and Wapping’s, within easy reach of all hotels and accommodation options including Belgravia event venues which is a key destination for many travellers. The Tower of London has been declared a World Heritage Site due to its importance in history. It has served as a prison,…

Portobello Road Market in London -The iconic shoppers stop

The Portobello Road in west London is one of the most markets in the world and it dates back to the 1800s. The market, which sells a variety of items, became famous for its antiques in the 1950s. Portobello Road market is popular among tourists and locals alike. It is one of London’s most iconic…

Sir John Soane’s Museum – The collection of an unconventional genius

The Sir John Soane’s Museum is the former residence of eminent British architect, Sir John Soane. Over 20,000 architectural drawings, antiquities and sculptures as well as two sets of paintings by William Hogarth and the Egyptian Sarcophagus of Seti I were collected over time by Sir John and displayed in his house. Sir John was…

Big Ben London – The Time Keeper of London

For over a century and a half, the timekeeper in London has been an iconic tower with a four faced clock. Its official name until 2012 was simply ‘Clock Tower’, but thenceforth in commemoration of the Diamond Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II the clock was renamed ‘Elizabeth Tower’. Neither of these names usually rings a…