The actors perform in both warm starry nights and stormy weather
Would you like to visit a Renaissance Theatre? The reconstructed open-air Globe stages plays in a 17th century fashion
Observe London's historical buildings while drifting along the River Thames
The finest pieces of art, exquisite furniture, and the overall magnificence of the palace evoke great awe
Horses—for adults, ponies—for younger riders, and beautiful natural trails with windmills and red deer—for all to enjoy
England takes great pride in Rugby Union, the oldest type of rugby football
Besides oranges, Covent Garden's jugglers are skilled enough to shuffle knives and chainsaws
Anything from wetland birds to wildfowl and migrating species can be found in the large area of the London Wetland Centre
Crazy about football? Give in to your passion at the greatest games of the English Premier League hosted in the capital
This park is not fenced off, deer roam where they want
Crab meat is a real delicacy, it is tender, tasty, and like almost all seafood, very nutritious
Try a duck or goose egg omelette for a change or for the sake of new experience. You may develop a taste for it!
Though London has no access to the sea or ocean, it has the Thames River and moreover—ponds to bathe in
It's an amazing feeling to be literally carried away by a kite in Richmond Park
Though the once named "Girasole" artichokes have been renamed "Jerusalem" artichokes though the great taste remains the same
Be sure to try the local lobster in London
While London's licensed hunters try their shooting skills, you can treat your stomach to some delicious game meat
Are you keen on fresh mushrooms? Local porcini must be a real treat for you!
West Reservoir offers a variety of watersports from sailing to canoe polo
Make your way through the labyrinth of obstacles in The Leap—the largest parkour park in the world
Enjoy freshly shelled English peas!
Raise a glass to Ireland while the green procession paves its way through the centre of London
Still waiting for your invitation letter to Hogwarts? Luckily, today muggles can freely roam the school for wizards!
The capital of Great Britain is hardly recognizable when the Afro-Carribean spirit revels in the streets of London
A guard in an iconic scarlet tunic and bearskin hat must be always on alert to protect the Queen, so the changing of the guard is a vital tradition
Gun salutes mark special occasions in London often associated with the Royal Family
This is a great event for the local and international film industry and a wonderful occasion to meet your favourite actors in person
Museums have a special charm when explored at night—you might see something special you'd miss during the day
A unique occasion to discover London's secret venues with free guided tours
Wherever you go, you'll be offered a sip of wine
A range of nice neat boats arrive to the canalway of London's Little Venice
One classical music concert can heal your soul, develop more positive thinking, and improve your productivity
Although the identity and the origin of England's patron saint are not 100% clear, the feast bears a great importance for this nation
Floral show continues throughout the entire spring starting from daffodils in early March until wisteria in late May
Even rows of marching soldiers called "Trooping the Colors," royal flyovers, and salutes celebrate the Birthday of Her Majesty
The London open air opera has its own charm and worldclass performances
Owing to its long and sometimes bloody history there's no shortage of hauntings and ghosts in London if you know where to look
The Southbank Centre promises great winter fun starting with a Christmas fair and seasonal treats and captivating snow spectacles
London's historical and modern landmarks make this traditional winter activity into a truly beautiful experience
Spectacular cars from the end of the 19th century preserve the spirit of good old England
Some of the most popular music festivals in the UK with great names of pop and rock
A puppet show holiday is a great delight for the whole family
Nothing motivates more that the desire to be the best, so just relax and let the chefs try to please your palate
Exploring London's parks, one might find a "Crocus Carpet" or even an entire meadow of crocuses
This summer weekend is devoted to modern art and outdoor performances
The oldest and most prestigious tennis tournament, one of four Grand Slam tournaments
Royal Ascot combines exquisite English fashion with high-quality racing
Thanks to Guy Fawkes' attempt to kill James I, Londoners have another reason to set off fireworks and eat festive toffees
London celebrates an 800-year-old tradition as the iconic golden coach takes the mayor to the Queen
Let this fantastic event be a highlight of your London summer!
Ten days of July are devoted to music and comedy to entertain the nightly visitors of Henry VIII's Palace Court
Enjoy the the genre-blurring lineup during one of the finest festivals in London
The world's capital of design dictates the best modern styles
Apart from China and Japan, Chiswick's Camellias are the oldest in the world
The British consider the New Year to be a secondary holiday, but they celebrate it well anyways!
Sour rhubarb crumble topped with ginger and sweetened with cicely leaves is a classic London favorite
Angelic singers celebrate the holidays and share goodwill and joy with Christmas carols
In the 19th century, oysters were cheap and abundant, nowadays—much more expensive and scarce so be appreciative!
This London Marathon is a great way to observe the main landmarks of the city and collect money for charity all in a single day
Large steaming braziers, from which a fragrant smoke spreads, is a typical sight for the Englishmen in the fall
The swans are surrounded with special attention in England
London has become a fashion Mecca for talented young designers
The "golden head" is full of delicious seeds and vitamins
The taste of Halloween is embodied in cubed earwax, eyeball cubes, jelly dentures, and blood shots available in haunted pubs
Even if you try 11 restaurants a day for every day of October you still won't get them all!
The day before the beginning of Lent when English families prepare a hearty meal with pancakes