Good morning, London

London is one of the most visited cities in the world – and with good reason. It’s a city brimming with culture, history, a buzzing nightlife and plenty of amazing food to keep you going. Let us give you a taste of what London is all about.

Let’s start the day with some great tunes before exploring England’s capital.

Music to your ears

Britpop is just one of the many movements to come out of Great Britain. It was born in the 1990s as a reaction to the darker themes of the grunge movement, and was part of of a larger British pop culture movement called Cool Britannia. Start your trip to London with a bit of Britpop.

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Explore with one click

Explore some of London’s sights with a virtual tour.
📍Big Ben
📍Tower Bridge
📍Buckingham Palace
📍London Eye
📍Hyde Park

Start here

Helicopter tour

Now that you’ve gotten an idea of where things are on the map, have a look at the city from above.

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We’re continuing this trip through the afternoon with a bit of London slang, food and a museum visit.

Talk like a local

The most spoken dialect in London is Cockney, which was traditionally spoken by working-class Londoners.
Always wanted to speak like a Londoner? Now’s your chance. Plus, we’ve found some British slang for you to practice at home.

Learn here

Lunch time

Craving a bite? Order up a British staple like shepherd’s pie from a local pub. Check out your options for pick-up and delivery on OpenTable.

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Afternoon at the museum

Time to learn some more about Great Britain. Take a stroll through centuries of history with a virtual tour of the British Museum.

Start tour

Things are just getting started in London. Get your five o’clock drink and prepare for an exciting night.

Happy hour

Gin and tonic is a staple drink here. It’s light, refreshing and will remind you of endless summer days. You can’t go wrong.

Find the recipe

Grab a bite

Continue your London trip with a tasty dinner of fish and chips. Fish and chips first appeared in the UK in the 1860s, and by the first decade of the 20th century it was one of the most popular foods. During WW1 and WW2, the British government safeguarded the supply of fish and chips and it was one of the few foods in the UK not subject to rationing.

Try recipe

Cultural encounters

London has been the setting of numerous movies, TV series and books throughout time. You’ll find it hard to pick just one thing to watch or read.

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