Formerly the art-deco headquarters of the Michelin Tyre company, Bibendum was transformed into a restaurant and oyster bar by Sir Terence Conran in the 1980s.
Gallic dining in a rustic-chic setting available morning till night. Artisan bread is baked on the premises daily.
A 350-acre oasis of green space,perfect for walking, running, cycling, horse riding and boating,
and home to London landmarks including the Serpentine Lake and Speakers’ Corner.
The seemingly endless Victoria & Albert Museum is the world’s largest museum of decorative arts and design, housing a permanent collection of over 4.5 million objects.
The official London residence of the reigning British monarch since the 19th century.
A touching tribute to the late Diana,Princess of Wales, set in Hyde Park and made from 545 pieces of Cornish granite.
A buzzing enclave of cafés and restaurants with the department store Peter Jones on one side and the Royal Court Theatre on the other.
Opened in March 1871, and a key part of Prince Albert’s vision for the South Kensington cultural district, the Royal Albert Hall is a world famous venue for music concerts, but also hosts exhibitions,conferences and other events.
Seat of British government and home to some of London’s finest historic buildings, including the Houses of Parliament and Westminster Abbey.