London 2017 Guide: the must-read guide is out now

Buckingham Palace Credit: VisitBritain/Britain on View

The London 2017 Guide brings you behind-the-scenes tours of iconic buildings, plus the top things to see and do in the city, including the best places to eat, drink and sleep. Don’t leave home without it.

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We know our capital city is one of the greatest on earth and its delights are almost endless, so let us with help you navigate your way through the sights and sounds of London with the London 2017 Guide.

The Natural History Museum is one of London’s best-loved attractions. Credit: VisitBritain/Andrew Pickett

Our brilliant guide will help you get the most out of your visit from practical advice on what to see, where and when and fascinating insights into the London’s history and its origins to the iconic Tube network to the Tower of London and where you can still find traces of the city Shakespeare would have known.

Treat yourself to a Champagne afternoon tea at The Savoy

We also digest the buzzing contemporary scene with the 67 top attractions for 2017, and let you in to the secrets of the hotels, restaurants, pubs and parks that will make your visit to London the trip of a lifetime.

The historic and beautiful Brown’s Hotel is a favourite of London’s leading lights

And, of course, the London 2017 Guide is also packed with the royal palaces and the iconic landmarks you love, all this beautifully packaged with the style and quality you’ve come to expect from the award-winning BRITAIN magazine.

The Tube network is true icon of the city. We explore its rich history. Credit: London Museum of Transport


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