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London is an enormous city. It is divided into thirty-two boroughs, although information on this page is divided between districts, inner boroughs and outer boroughs of the city. These district and borough articles contain sightseeing, restaurant, nightlife and accommodation listings — consider printing them all.
Noisy, vibrant and truly multicultural, London is a megalopolis of people, ideas and frenetic energy. The capital and largest city of both England and of the United Kingdom, it is also the largest city in Western Europe and the European Union. Most residents of Greater London are very proud of their capital, the multiculturalism of the city, and their membership of the European Union, despite 52% of the UK population as a whole who voted in a recent referendum choosing to leave the EU. It is unclear what the outcome of the referendum will be on London.
There’s nothing that says ‘British Food’ like Fish & Chips. Known the world over, this traditional British dish is on the top of any foodie list for visitors to London and the U.K. Although fish & chips is best eaten on the seaside (think Brighton, Blackpool or Whitby) it is possible to get great fish & chips in London. Fish & chips is traditionally eaten with mushy peas and garnished with salt and vinegar.
Haggis is definitely the star of this show. Haggis is a tradition Scottish pudding which is supposed to be of sheep’s heart, liver, lungs, onions, oatmeal, spices and some stock. It effectively tastes like a spicy meaty sausage and is really quite delicious.
Neeps and Tatties are Turnips and Potatoes (respectively). Haggis is typically served with these two and preferably washed down with some nice whisky!
This cuisine might not be suitable for the faint-hearted but we love it. Even though their menu is a daily work in progress, you will always be able to order their delicious bone marrow. Spread it on a crispy toast, sprinkle some fresh parsley and sea salt on top and don’t forget your napkin, as things might get messy.
The London Eye is a giant Ferris wheel sitting on the banks of the River Thames. This 443 ft tall structure is the largest of its kind in Europe and offers spectacular views of surrounding London. Easily one of the city’s most popular paid tourist attractions, the Eye offers a 30-minute revolution during which passengers are free to walk around their air-conditioned capsule and view London from different perspectives.
One of the world’s best museums has a kid-friendly attitude and fun children’s audio tours. The Rosetta Stone, the Elgin (Parthenon) Marbles, and the Egyptian mummies are some of the jaw-dropping exhibits.
In Leavesden, 20 miles north of London, you can visit the studios where most of the Harry Potter movies were filmed. Visitors can explore the different sets (4 Privet Drive, Hogwarts dining room, Dumbledore’s office), practice wand magic in Dark Arts, explore the Forbidden Forest, and check out thousands of props and costumes. Extras include riding a broomstick using green screen technology, climbing aboard a mockup carriage of the Hogwarts Express and drinking Butterbeer. Since it takes at least an hour each way, you’ll need a whole day to make the most of your visit.