Have a great time and welcome to city of London!
What to do
London offers visitors a wide range of activities, be a guide for yourself and spend a minute on this.
- Buckingham palace
- The British museum
- London eye
- St. Pauls cathedral
- London Tower bridge
- Tower of London
- Trafalgar square
- Westminster Abby
London is full of attractions we will try to suggest a few things you just don’t want to miss.
- Abbey road studios
- Madame Tussauds
- Camden Town
- HMS Belfast
- Chelsea stadium
- Wemlbey stadium
- Cleopatra’s Needle
Some useful tips you will definitely need in case you are coming for the first time in London or UK generally.
- General tips
- London in one or two days
- London sightseeing bus
- London Tube/Underground
- How to get into clubs
London Web Directory
London Web Directory is a comprehensive guide to London’s arts, attractions, restaurants, shops and nightlife, essential services, education establishments etc. This directory will show you a relevant information and search results because it is only for London area.
* For Londoners – In this web directory You may submit Your website for free.
Only websites from London area will be approved.
Visit London City website is a travel guide for London visitors. With high quality information we will try to suggest best places to visit, like London attractions, what to do in the city and many other interesting things. Section “Tips” is very useful for first time London or UK visitors. Web directory is our data base selected by categories where you can search all you need with quality results, because in our directory are only London area websites.
AA Smart TravelGuide for London
Travellers to London can now find their way around town using a mobile phone memory card travel guide from the AA .
The AA Smart TravelGuide: London comes on a memory card. It offers users a comprehensive guide to the city, including mapping, information on points of interest and things to do, guides to restaurants and hotels with ratings, and last minute travel advice.
The AA Smart TravelGuide: London has been developed by the AA with Ordnance Survey for Symbian S60 smartphones, such as the Nseries from Nokia . Although it works as a standalone guide to London, the AA Smart TravelGuide: London can also be used with a GPS receiver (either external or built into the handset) to pinpoint users’ locations.
The AA Smart TravelGuide: London is available now for £24.99 from Stanfords and WHSmith Travel Stores, with wider availability from September. The AA has lined up a further 12 European city Smart TravelGuides plus one for New York, which will be released by spring 2008.
Security Warning – Cabin Luggage Restrictions
The security threat in the United Kingdom remains at a significant level following recent terrorist incidents in London and Glasgow. Travellers should exercise caution, monitor the media for any developments in the situation and expect delays at airports due to increased security measures. Restrictions on airline cabin luggage are in place throughout the UK. For details check the
UK Department for Transport website.