• East End

    Made famous by Dickens and infamous by Jack the Ripper, the East End is one of London's most enduringly evocative... Read More
  • The South Bank

    For decades, tourists rarely ventured south of the river, except to go to Waterloo station. Now a host of attractions... Read More
  • St. James's and Mayfair

    St. James's and Mayfair form the core of London's West End, the city's smartest central area. These neighborhoods... Read More
  • The City

    The City is the capital's fast-beating financial heart, with a powerful architectural triumvirate at its epicenter:... Read More
  • Bloomsbury and Holborn

    Guarded by the British Library to the north, the British Museum at its heart, and the Inns of Court of the Holborn... Read More
  • Notting Hill and Bayswater

    Notting Hill is a fashionable square mile full of multiethnic finds, music, funky vintage clothing stalls, vibrant... Read More
  • Soho and Covent Garden

    Once a red-light district, today's Soho is more stylish than seedy and offers some of London's best nightclubs,... Read More
  • Kensington, Chelsea, and Knightsbridge

    The Royal Borough of Kensington Chelsea (or "KC" as the locals call it) is where you’ll find London at its richest,... Read More
  • South of the Thames

    For decades, south London felt down-at-heel, with a considerable criminal element. Tourists rarely ventured across... Read More
  • Mayfair and Marylebone

    Mayfair forms the core of London's West End, the city's smartest central area. This neighborhood epitomizes the... Read More
  • The Thames Upstream

    The upper stretch of the Thames links a string of fashionable districts—Chiswick, Kew, Richmond, and Putney—with... Read More
  • Westminster, St. James, and Royal London

    This is postcard London at its best. Crammed with historic churches, grand state buildings, and some of the world’s... Read More
  • Greenwich

    About 8 miles downstream—which means seaward, to the east—from central London, Greenwich is a small borough that... Read More
  • East London

    Made famous by Dickens and infamous by Jack the Ripper, East London is one of London’s most enduringly evocative... Read More
  • Regent's Park and Hampstead

    Regent’s Park, Primrose Hill, Belsize Park, and Hampstead are four of London’s prettiest and most civilized neighborhoods.... Read More