London, United Kingdom: Then & Now
Hyde Park and Kensington Gardens
What would become Hyde Park was purchased by Henry VIII in 1536 from Westminster Abbey (who had...
This pedestrian bridge has become a landmark of twenty-first century London. The 330m long bridge...
In the late eighteenth century, royal art collections across Europe were being nationalized and put...
Westminster Palace (Houses of Parliament)
Like Westminster Abbey, Westminster Palace (or the Palace of Westminster) dates to the Anglo-Saxon...
Yet another of London’s iconic landmarks, Trafalgar Square is situated at Charing Cross,...
Oxford Street without doubt is the King of shopping streets, or should we say the ‘Queen’ of
Home to flagship stores of international designers such as Prada, Chanel, Ralph Lauren and Gucci,
Harrods is the rich man’s answer to Wal-Mart. London’s most famous department store traces
Restaurant Gordon Ramsay
This three Michelin star London restaurant is where you should head if you want to see the
Since its opening more than four decades ago, this authentic French restaurant has been setting
If you’re looking for Japanese food with a twist, look no further. This top class restaurant has