London is brimming with landmarks and sites of historic significance that tell the ever-changing story of our Capital city.
In the Square Mile with its secret alleys, courts and yards, St Paul's Cathedral dominates the skyline as it has for hundred of years; the Monument to the Great Fire of London stands alone to commemorate the Great Fire; Tower Bridge, younger than it looks, salutes the river; and the Tower of London houses over 1000 years of history.
Across the river on the south bank, the Coca Cola London Eye offers fabulous views over the whole city and The Shard towers over other buildings and is the tallest in Western Europe.
To the west, the Palace of Westminster, home to 'Big Ben', remains one of the world's most iconic buildings. Nestled close by is Westminster Abbey, is must-see living pageant of British History.
Take a day trip to the Capital and enjoy the sites and icons of London, both old and new.