Either you are a fan of shopping or not, you should definitely pay a visit to the famous Harrods mall! It was built in 1834(!) and its seven floors span over an entire city block, raising the luxury quotient of […]

Madame Tussauds + 4D Experience

A visit to the museum of wax figures has to be one of your priorities when visiting London! This fascinating museum is divided in three floors and hosts artists, athletes, politicians, actors/actresses, singers, celebrities and important British figures. The resemblance […]

Regent Str. & Oxford Str.

Regent Str. and Oxford Str. are two of London’s most commercial streets. In Regent Street you will find the most expensive stores in London, as it hosts the most famous clothing and footwear brands. Taking a walk along it you […]


Portobello is a street in Notting Hill and it is the world’s most famous street for antique stores. It is a combination of Athens’ Monastiraki area and a large flea market, as inside the shops, but also on the various […]

St. Paul’s Cathedral

This one is an architectural masterpiece, with an impressive history and exquisite architecture, located in the city center! As we stepped inside, what steal the show in the temple’s interior, are the absolute silence and the remarkable dome, which is […]

Ηyde Parκ

It’s not simply a park; it is a piece of paradise, where you have lots of activities to choose from in order to spend a few constructive and pleasant hours. You can cross it on foot, by bike, by horse […]

Natural History Museum

It is the most interesting Museum of Natural History worldwide! The museum’s exterior is an example of magnificent architecture, grand, imposing and huge! And as far its interior is concerned…we don’t know where to start! The red sector that reveals […]

London eye

The world’s largest eye is the one of London’s! It was built to celebrate the turn of the new millennium and ended up staying by Thames’ banks for good, as the Brits turned it into a tourist attraction that proved […]

Piccadilly Circus & Trafalgar Square

a. Piccadilly and Trafalgar may be London’s most famous squares, but they are nothing alike! The first one looks like a miniature of the Times Square, because all the neon lights and large screens give off a New York essence. […]

British Museum

The British Museum is a universal cradle of culture and one of the most important museums in the world! It exhibits artworks of great civilizations, like the Egyptian, Roman, Chinese and, of course, the Greek. The flawlessly structured museum is […]

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