The UK unit of currency is pounds sterling(£), not the Euro. In London we often call one pound (£1) a "quid" and sometimes a "nicker". Find out more about the different coins and notes in UK currency.
Gary Fordham runs fun walking tours around London. He is actor so knows how to bring a story to life. Some of the best tours include the Da Vinci Code Tour and Great Movie Tours but there are often more being added.
Museums and Galleries Month is an annual event in London and the UK every May. 2009 has Museums at Night only and not the whole month event.
Find out more about Elton John's New Year's Eve Party at The O2 on 31 December 2008.
Bowling has become popular in London in the last few years and not just for families. You'll find these bowling halls are now very trendy and sometimes quite exclusive.
One of the best ways to see London is to take an open-top bus tour with the Big Bus Company. Tours run every day (except Christmas Day) and all buses have knowledgeable Guides onboard to give you a full commentary of the great sights you can see.
What should you see and do if you've got one week in London? Here's a great week guest author Rachel Coyne tried out and recommends.
You are in the UK but have forgotten a telephone number. You need to call international directory enquiries but what's the number? Find out here.
London is huge so this article will help you understand the different areas. London is one of the largest cities in the world and the most populated city in the European Union. London is a diverse city with great wealth and prosperity, while also harboring poverty and social exclusion problems.
London Taxis are iconic and black cabs can often be the best transport option, especially late at night as the drivers have all completed many years of training, called the Knowledge, so know the streets of London like the back of their hand.
Seeing your favorite TV show recorded can be great fun as you discover how long it really takes to make one episode plus you get to see the stars 'off screen' between takes. Find out how to get tickets for TV shows in London and be a member of a TV show audience.
The Geffrye Museum in east London gives an insight into how Londoners have lived over the years. It's a museum of English domestic interiors and has room sets from 1600 right up to today.
London has some great parks for skating and many regular FREE skating events if you fancy meeting up with some like-minded folks.
Find out how to get London 2012 Olympics tickets.
Find out more about London 2012 Olympics jobs including volunteer opportunities.
Being in the south of England, London is just a few hours from the east, south and south-east coasts, and ports such as Dover, Folkestone, Harwich, Ramsgate, and Newhaven are all easily accessible. There are regular ferry services for passengers and vehicles.
Eurostar is a quick and easy way to travel between the UK and continental Europe via the Channel Tunnel. Find out about destinations from London's St. Pancras International and other important information such as where to buy tickets and how to check-in.
Information on UK Duty Free customs regulations and visa requirements for entry at London, England.
A list of UK telephone numbers for the main credit card companies.
August Bank Holiday Weekend 2007 in London is dominated by Notting Hill Carnival but if this isn't your thing, what else is there to do? Well, there's so much going on in London in August, here's just a few ideas to keep you busy this weekend.
Find out about the weather, what to wear, highlights, public holidays, and annual events taking place in October in London.
The Sultan's Elephant - London
How to choose a cell phone (mobile phone) for your vacation in London, England.
House sitting can be an excellent way to save on accommodation costs in an expensive city like London while looking after a beloved family pet.
London Open House Weekend takes places every September. Around 700 new and old buildings, usually closed to the public, open their doors for us to look inside - completely free of charge.