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We hope to provide you with all of the information you’ll need about London!

Whether you’re a visitor, a local, or a newcomer to the area, you’ll find something useful here.

For individuals interested in learning more about London, our directory is a terrific resource.

If you’re not sure where to begin… let us help you!

We can give you any information you need to make your time in London more enjoyable.

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Greetings from London!

With London Village, the ultimate guide to England’s fascinating metropolis, you can discover the best of London.

Find things to do in London, including iconic landmarks and fun-filled days out, as well as great restaurants, theatre, and must-see London events.

If you can’t visit right now, plan to make the most of your next opportunity.

England’s buzzing capital, one of the world’s most visited cities, is definitely worth a visit and has so much to offer, from beautiful history and culture to cutting-edge fashion and food.

Things to do in London

  • Admire the city’s numerous renowned structures and palaces, immerse yourself in the culture at one of the city’s 170 museums, and unwind in the Royal Parks‘ natural splendour.
  • Take a ride on the London Eye to obtain a unique perspective on classic London monuments like Big Ben, London Bridge, Westminster Abbey, and Tower Bridge, as well as stunning views of the city’s skyline. See our page about iconic London landmarks.
  • London, the world’s most famous fashion destination, is a shopper’s dream, with everything from flea markets and vintage shops to high-end department stores like Selfridges and Harrods.
  • Many famous films have utilised the city as a backdrop; take a guided tour and walk in the footsteps of James Bond or Harry Potter.
  • Londoners are foodies. Try something new on the city’s popular street food scene, or treat yourself to something truly spectacular at one of London’s numerous Michelin-starred restaurants.
  • In London, there are about 230 theatres. Visit the Globe Theatre to see Shakespeare’s theatre, reimagined as it would have been in Tudor times, or see a show in the West End.