Things to do in London

 

Sight seeing

Wembley stadium

London's Wembley Stadium hosts England's home matches, live music concerts and other sporting events. It was recently rebuilt in 2007 at a cost of £798 million. stadium is a bowl design with a capacity of 90,000. The Wembley stadium is popular for hosting England home games and the FA Cup final, the stadium also hosts other major games in English football, including the season-opening FA Community Shield, the League Cup final, the FA Cup semi-finals, Wembley hosted the 2011 and 2013 UEFA Champions League Finals, and will host both the semi-finals and final of UEFA Euro 2020.[17] The stadium hosted the Gold medal matches at the 2012 Olympic Games football tournament. The stadium also hosts rugby league's Challenge Cup final, NFL London Games and music concerts.

 
 

Sky Garden

Sky Garden is a 3 story newly built building with a fantastic design at 20 Fenchurch Street, it hosts a unique public space that has two bars and two restaurants. You can book a space at its , Darwin or Fenchurch for an unforgettable dining experience. Or you can book a free ticket to view London’s largest indoor public garden.

 
 

Hyde Park

Hyde Park is one of the greatest city parks in the world. Covering 142 hectares (350 acres)

The Park has two lakeside restaurants which is perfect for relaxation and socialising in the summer months, and with Diana Memorial Fountain and various events throughout the year, you will not be short of exciting things to do.

 
 

London Helicopter Tours

London helicopter Tours will offer a breath-taking experience of  a tour around London’s most famous landmarks,  tourist attractions and landscapes. The tour includes flying over places like The Shard, Tower Bridge, Buckingham Palace and St Paul's Cathedral.. the cost of this experience is around £150 per person, bookings can be made by visiting their website: www.thelondonhelicopter.com

 
 

Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre

The theatre is associated with the famous Play writer William Shakespeare, who is famous for writing plays such as Macbeth, Julius Caesar and Henry viii. The theatre was originally built 1599 and was recently reconstructed in 1997.

 
 

O2 Arena

O2 Arena is one of the world’s most popular entertainment arena based in Greenwich peninsula. The arena was built under the former Millennium Dome, a large dome shaped building built to house an exhibition celebrating the turn of the third millennium. The arena was named after it sponsor the o2 telecommunications company

 
 

London eye River Cruise Experience

Enjoy a 40 minutes cruise on the River Thames, around London’s most iconic sites. You will have commentary from tour guides and visit sites such as the ‘London eye,’ ‘Houses Of Parliament,’ ‘St Pauls Cathedral’ and ‘Tower of London.’

 
 

Restaurants & Bars

Planet Hollywood

Planet Hollywood, which is situated in Haymarket, West London is one of the west ends trendiest restaurants inspired by the glamour of Hollywood with movie memorabilia on display throughout the restaurant. has a wide range of food including appetizers, burgers, sandwiches, pastas, pizzas, ribs, steaks, fajitas, Asian food, salads, fish and delicious desserts. There's also a buzzing cocktail bar. Planet Hollywood offers a pleasant dining experience by provide on screen entertainment while you eat. The restaurant also offers a chance to purchase memorabilia with its shop front.

 
 

OXO Tower Restaurant

Based in south east London’s Barge House street Situated on the eighth floor of the Oxo Tower is the Chic restaurant. The  restaurant has a terrace which presents an amazing view of the Thames and its surroundings. The menus have a large variety and dishes are very well presented.

 
 

Inamo

Inamo is a quirky Indian restaurant situated in London’s Covent garden. This is a pretty cool restaurant as you are able to play games with your friends and watch the chefs cook your meals on live cam. Another really cool feature is that you are able to change your virtual table cloth.

 
 

The Cutty Sark

The Cutty Sark is a 200 year old tradition British pub situated in Cutty Sark near Greenwich. From it you can enjoy Fantastic views of the River Thames. They have a cosy décor and serve many beers and larger, you will definitely be spoilt for choice

 
 

Jazz Café

Jazz Café is a quirky bar in the heart of Camden Town. This fantastic venue plays live Jazz and soul music from various artist, which provides a good fell from most bars in London, Camden is well known for having a few bars that play live music. Nearby is also the Camden Lock MarketThe original Jazz Café was founded by Jon Dabner and Jean Marshall in the 1980s in Newington Green, Stoke Newington, and moved to Camden Town in 1990.

 
 

Radio Roof Top Bar

What is unique about roof top bar above the ME London Hotel is the fact that it is in the city of London where the dress code is usually smart sophisticated but allows entry with t shirt and jeans. The open roof top bar is brilliant for summer as you can sip on cocktail, having a laugh with friends, enjoying the open air breeze during the summer. The stunning views from this bar include those of  The ShardSt Paul's Cathedral and the Houses of Parliament.