London is a huge and fascinating city, and visiting it takes a bit more preparation compared to other big cities.
Brick Lane is an iconic street in East London with a lot of exciting things to discover and an atmosphere you can’t find anywhere else.
Regent’s Canal is one of London’s loveliest secrets, and one of the most relaxing places in the big city.
Rainy days are common in London any time of year, but you can still enjoy the city and stay dry.
London is a street art paradise. On a random walk you’re likely to come across some phenomenal pieces by local and international artists.
South Bank is a must when you visit London. It’s an ever-changing and always lively cultural hub and one of London’s loveliest areas by the riverside.
Brixton is one of London’s coolest areas that is always vibrant, lively and so, so busy!
London is an expensive city, but you can visit it and enjoy it even if you travel on a budget. I’ve done it many times and got a lot of money saving tips to share.
London’s world music scene is overflowing with local and international talent. There’s music from just about every corner of the world in this massive city.
This post is your guide to finding world music gigs in London.
London has so many museums you can spend a lifetime visiting them all. In this post I selected some of the ones I think offer a more unique experience that you don’t want to miss out on. Continue reading “Wonderful & Unique Museums in London”