A fantastic ancient anomaly on the banks of the river.
An east-London church of many legends.
The Central Criminal Court of London is known as The Old Bailey after the road on which it stands.
London's famously rowdy meat market.
This is one of the oldest hospitals in the UK, and incorporates a museum of its history in the grounds.
This area is named after one of the seven gates to the old City of London and the site of Bishops Gate is still marked by a stone mitre on one of the buildings.
The futuristic shell of the Lloyds building, also known as the Inside-Out Building, houses Lloyds insurance and reinsurance market.
Luxury food stalls, shops and restaurants set in a gorgeously ornate market hall.
There is nowhere better for a view of the whole city than at the top of this 61m monument to the Great Fire of London.
The Royal Opera House in Covent Garden, London, is famous for its traditional and innovative ballet and opera.
The great Wren cathedral, whose massive dome characterises the London skyline.
A stunning church designed by Sir Christopher Wren, situated in Piccadilly.
The most senior royal palace in London, and home to many a royal of the past and present.
The official London residence of the Prince of Wales, the Duchess of Cornwall and Prince Harry.
Downing Street is so well known that it hardly needs any introduction. Number 10 is as famous as the White House and as symbolic of British political power as the prime minister himself.