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Explore London, the capital of England and the United Kingdom, which is home to more than eight million people, iconic attractions and a thriving cultural scene. 

Find a unique mix of the historic and contemporary with famous sights such as Buckingham Palace, Tower Bridge, the Coca-Cola London Eye and The Shard; visit world-class museums, galleries and shopping destinations; or take a seat at one of the West End’s theatre shows.  

London is the capital of England and the United Kingdom
London is the capital of England and the United Kingdom

Tuck into cuisines spanning the globe with London’s varied food scene. One minute you could be sitting in one of 69 Michelin-starred restaurants, the next checking out trendy street food markets, or even filling up your feed at Insta-worthy cafes, quirky bars or panoramic restaurants. 
There are also many unique events to enjoy, including Changing the Guard, Pride and the BBC Proms. Don’t miss a thing with our guide to what's on in London, covering everything from theatre to music, comedy and art exhibitions. 

Over the years, London has played host to a whole array of world-class sporting events, including the 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games and annual events such as Wimbledon tennis, the London Marathon and The FA Cup Final. There’s plenty more coming up, with the NFL London Games, Major League Baseball London Series 19 and UEFA Euro 2020 on the horizon. 

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