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London restaurants with a view

Feast your eyes: at these London restaurants, it's the views of the capital that steal the show Butlers Wharf Chop House Tower Bridge turned 125 this year. To celebrate you can enjoy a spectacular picture-postcard view...

Best places to visit in Britain in August

August's warm and sunny weather and array of festivals and events means you have plenty of options for things to see and do Bristol Bristol in southwest England is a city that simply erupts with life in...

House Rules

Combining a thousand years of history, the drama of modern-day politics and majestic architecture, a visit to the seat of British government is quite an experience If the walls of Westminster Hall, the oldest part...
Buckingham Palace

Behind the scenes at Buckingham Palace

We shine the spotlight on the most splendid of all the Queen’s homes, which opens up to the public every summer The elegant white facade of Buckingham Palace, home to the famous balcony overlooking the...
Fred Perry in action at Wimbledon in 1936. The history of Wimbledon tennis: where it all began

The history of Wimbledon Tennis

We look back at the history of the tennis championships, which bring Wimbledon to a standstill every year.

Glorious Greenwich

The Royal Borough of Greenwich is the most elegant area of south-east London, straddling the world's hemispheres with glorious architecture and green open space. We list its must-see gems. Cutty Sark: As part of...

A foxy getaway in Cornwall

Home to the only place in the UK where you can hand feed foxes, Landal Gwel an Mor is a relaxing retreat with a difference The resort in Portreath on the north coast of Cornwall...
London from Southwark, c.1630. Old London Bridge is in the right foreground and old St Paul's Cathedral on the skyline to the left. This is one of the few remaining pictures showing the city before the Great Fire. photoS: Credit: Digital Image Library / Alamy

Discover Shakespeare’s London

Follow our guided tour from St Paul’s to London Bridge for a vivid glimpse of the city in Shakespearean times WORDS David Thomas Start at St Paul’s Station. Take exit two from the station and...

Top new London lunch spots

We try out some new offerings on the London lunch/brunch scene, each handily located near the capital’s hotspots   10 Greek Street This is quite a find: a bijou neighbourhood restaurant in the heart of Soho. Small,...

Review: Afternoon tea at 100 Queen’s Gate Hotel

INDULGE IN A FLORAL TREAT WITH AFTERNOON TEA AT 100 QUEEN'S GATE FOR A BLOOMIN' DELICIOUS EXPERIENCE If you visited or watched the RHS Chelsea Flower Show on television last week and it's given you...

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