The Château de Versailles, which has been on UNESCO’s World Heritage List for over 30 years, is one of the most beautiful achievements of 18th-century French art and architecture.
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.
Southwark Cathedral, or the Cathedral Church of St Saviour and St Mary Overie, is a beautiful cathedral, a stone's throw from The Thames, The Golden Hinde, and Borough Market.
An antiques market known across London, drawing many a collector on the chance of a rare find on Fridays, and a good share of locals grabing a bite on Saturdays.
The gory history lesson you never got at school.
The current London Bridge is one of many versions that have stood on this site.
All nine decks of this now city-bound warship are open to visitors, to explore life as it was on board.
When Da Ponte and Mozart teach us, the lesson, however graceful, is harsh and cruel. Don't miss out on this opera of masks and deception and book your tickets now through Divento.com!
The Foundling Hospital continues as a charity today. This building records its history, as well as exhibiting an impressive collection of donated artworks.
A garden square near the British Museum, Bloomsbury Square is a very pleasant spot in which to eat a picnic lunch while taking a break from delving through the British Museum's many halls and exhibits.
A fabulous 18th century Baroque church.
The Cartoon Museum, located in London, houses a gallery of British animation art. Tickets can be booked to visit the exhibitions all year round.
The Ben Uri Gallery is London's Jewish Art Museum.