30 Apr Top 10 Things to Do in London
London is the cosmopolitan city "par excellence." A melting pot of top managers, working class people and cutting edge personalities, London is one of the most fashionable and eclectic cities in the world. The British capital seduces with its glamor: as a top "trend setter", it's always a step beyond in satisficing different tastes and budding appetites.
Culture and fashion mood animate the streets and the clubs of this hectic, cultured and engaging city which is able to easily excite its visitors. World's First Stock exchange, London is the base of the world's most important companies and leading city in business and finance. If you happen to be in London for business, you should consider our "Top ten things to do in London":
1. Visit to the Westminster Abbey, symbol of London tradition, burial site of all British Monarchs and of the most distinguished English personalities
2. Visit to the Tate Modern, center of excellence for International Modern Art, with eclectic and cutting-edge exhibitions
3. Brunch at Little Venice on the Regent's Canal bank, in Maida Vale, to enjoy the exclusive and relaxing atmosphere that you can breathe along the little white-plaster XVII century houses and the stores of Formosa Street and Clifton Gardens
4. Appointment at Christie's International Auction House, one of the most famous auction houses in the world, to try the electrifying feeling of following a series of bids for works of art sold at record prices
5. Lunch at Inamo, the most innovative restaurant of London, in Soho, where design and technology blend in a super high-tech atmosphere and the menu is displayed directly on the table: the touch menu!
6. Excursion to the Windsor Castle, in the Berkshire county, for an insight into the British Monarchy tradition and to enjoy the history of a timeless place.
7. Tea time at Ladurèe, the most exclusive tea shop located in London's city heart, inside Harrods department store, to taste the peak time in the afternoon in a perfect French lifestyle
8. A walk in Bond Street and its neighborhood, where the most important international stylists have their shops, and a walk in Knightsbridge for some luxury and fashion shopping.
9. Of course, a visit to Mayfair and Belgravia should find its place in your agenda; These are the most luxurious residential areas of London, attended by very wealthy people.
10. During the weekends the night starts and never seems to have an end at the Cuckoo club, one of the most fashionable London's night clubs, attended by the most fashionable London personalities, and at the Jewel, in Covent Garden, luxurious and sumptuous night club in the city heart of London, or at the well-known and memorable Fabric.