Join 1 Big Night Out for London's Biggest Pub Crawl! Accompanied by expert nightlife guides you'll be taken to some of the best bars and clubs in the West-end where you'll receive queue jump entry, a free shot at every venue ... moreThroughout the city
Party Earth Review London is famous for its urban green spaces, but Holland Park is a less-traveled gem, with fifty-four acres of lush gardens and trees surrounded by some of the city’s most expensive real estate. Originally the grounds for the 17th-century Cope Castle mansion, which suffered extensive damage during WWII, the area still features ... more
London W8 6LU
From April through July, comedy fans throughout the UK flock to the annual E4 Udderbelly Festival. Held each year at the Southbank Centre in London, the E4 Udderbelly Festival features a wide range of comedy shows. With a packed lineup of ... moreSouthbank Centre
Southbank, London SE1 8YU
Party Earth Review The one-time abode of the Prince of Wales – and a former transient hangout until a major cleanup in the early 90s – Leicester Square is now considered the heart of London’s entertainment district and a buzzing hub for theatergoers, tourists, and raucous street performers. Home to some of the largest cineplexes in the city ... more
London WC2H 7
From the guys who bring you the UK’s biggest daily pub crawl comes London’s All Access Pass - your ticket to over 16 of the hottest pubs, bars and nightclubs in London’s buzzing West End and beyond. Each ... moreThroughout the city
Party Earth Review London’s reputation as a shopping mecca is upheld by Selfridges, one of the largest department stores in the city and a sanctum for the most avid brand lovers. Opened in 1909, the store contains ten acres and six levels of credit card shredding glory; all housed within a massive building complete with Greek ... more
400 Oxford Street
London W1A 1AB
Hungarian-born photojournalist Michael Peto’s photographic career is celebrated in this new display organised in collaboration with the University of Dundee. The ten photographs by Michael Peto (1908-1970) taken in London during the 1950s and ... moreNational Portrait Gallery
National Portrait Gallery
St Martin's Place
London, UK WC2H 0HE
Party Earth Review Although Oxford Street and Regent Street connect at the always-hopping Oxford Circus, the two streets draw markedly different crowds. With hundreds of stores and eateries and thousands of bleary-eyed shoppers, the gritty and tourist-driven Oxford is a budget-friendly complement to Regent Street, the bustling avenue ... more
Westminster, London W1
Party Earth Review Just a few minutes’ stroll from the vast expanse of Hyde Park, Whiteleys mall provides an easy place to shop free from crowds – as well as a great setting for a post-apocalyptic movie considering its mostly empty halls. Though its sixty-odd stores are housed in a beautiful marble building, complete with intricate spiral ... more
London W2 4YN
Graphic designers and visual art hounds flock to the annual Pick Me Up Graphic Arts Festival. Held at the Somerset House in London for eleven days in April, the Pick Me Up Graphic Arts Festival features some of the best collectives, studios ... moreSomerset House
London WC2R 1LA
Party Earth Review A destination for angry royals looking to duel, a hideaway for thieves with stolen booty in hand, and even a swampy cemetery for lepers all dot Green Park’s varied past – an ironic twist considering the park now offers a serene escape from London’s mad hustle. Along with Kensington Gardens and the gardens surrounding Buckingham ... more
South of Piccadilly and north of
Buckingham Palace Gardens between
Grossvenor Place and Queen’s Walk
London W1J 7
As much fun as the nightlife can be, it’s important to note that there is no shortage of things to do in London any time of day. The daytime scene is thriving, from great shopping and bustling outdoor plazas to historical landmarks and spectacular royal parks.
Londoners don’t see the sun as much as they’d like, so they pounce on every opportunity to take advantage of the peaceful, well-manicured parks and their acres of lush greenery – the perfect refuge to enjoy a picnic, get some exercise, recover from the previous night’s partying, or enjoy various events.
Shoppers, meanwhile, will also have more than enough things to do, what with all the world-famous department stores, high-end boutiques, and mainstream retail stores that line the streets, not to mention the city’s celebrated outdoor markets that sell everything from household goods and fresh produce to clothing, jewelry, and antiques.
If that’s not enough, there are plenty of outdoor squares in London brimming with street entertainers, shops, and restaurants, as well as wonderful walks along the Thames and tons of historical sites to see.