‘When a man is tired of London, he is tired of life’, wrote the city’s finest wit Samuel Johnson in the 18th century – back when they didn’t even have the London Eye to boast of, not to mention the Tate Modern or the London Dungeons.

The UK’s capital city remains one of the most exciting destinations in the world, full of history, culture and entertainment. It’s worth 1000 visits, and we hope the following posts will be testament to such a claim…

The grand reopening of Kew Garden’s Temperate House
It’s been five years since the largest Victorian glasshouse in the world, Temperate House, closed its doors as part of a £41m restoration project. On the 5 May it opens once again – go and check it out! more >
16th April 2018
The Muppets are taking over the O2
Kermit the Frog, Miss Piggy, Fozzie Bear and friends will be taking up residence at The O2, London for three performances in July, following last year’s sell-out run at the Hollywood Bowl. Grab a ticket while you can! That’s right, The Muppets are on... more >
6th April 2018
Get your game face on at the Science Museum
Power UP, a hands-on video game extravaganza, returns to the Science Museum by popular demand. Brimming with over 180 games consoles from the last 40 years, this fun-filled exhibition is the perfect way to spend an unseasonably cold spring afternoon. more >
5th April 2018
Fab new brunch deal at Chino Latino
Award-winning and well-presented food at this informal pan-Asian restaurant in London’s Southbank is well worth the modest price tag. more >
22nd March 2018
London’s sizzling new steak experience
It’s show-time in Mayfair with the arrival of table-top cooking at Sakagura, one of the area’s finest Asian eateries. more >
20th March 2018