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Top reasons to go to London

London is a truly global city – a vibrant melting-pot that leads the world in innovation and defines cultural trends. It’s no wonder that it’s the most-visited city in Europe – and if you’re visiting London, here’s what you need to know.

Live London like a local

The first thing you’ll want to do after flying to London is check out the city’s cultural scene. There’s a wealth of museums and art galleries to take in, starting with the Big Three in South Kensington – the Victoria & Albert Museum, the Natural History Museum and Science Museum. A short walk down the road is the Design Museum, recently relocated from East London to a spectacular new venue with three times the exhibition space of its previous building.

The museum’s shop, with a curated collection of on-trend objects, is a great place to shop for gifts. Or for yourself. Head over to East London to take in the Barbican Centre; its Brutalist architecture houses a space dedicated to theatre, dance, film and visual art, with regular exhibitions.

Top places to visit in London

On some Sundays (check in advance for dates), you can also visit the Barbican Conservatory – an oasis of tropical greenery in the middle of the Centre’s stark concrete surroundings. Visiting London is the perfect opportunity to shop ’til you drop, with world-famous stores such as Harrods drawing travellers from across the globe. At the centre of town is the intersection of two world-famous shopping streets, the bustling Regent Street and Oxford Street (home to Selfridges). A couple of blocks north of Selfridges is Marylebone Village, where you can find the likes of The Conran Shop and travel bookshop Daunt Books. For up to the minute style, head to Haymarket, where you can find the latest labels and stylish streetwear at Dover Street Market.

Where to eat in London

No trip to London would be complete without sampling some of the city’s world-renowned cuisine. From upscale eateries like Heston Blumenthal’s Dinner by Heston – which serves up historic British dishes with a modern twist – to flavourful street food, there’s something for every taste (and budget!). In central London’s Soho, barbecue joint Temper fills flatbreads to bursting with smoked meat prepared right in front of you; if you fancy something lighter, make for vegetarian restaurant Ethos, which serves up an eclectic selection of tasty meat-free dishes. Head to up-and-coming Brixton to check out the latest street food flavours; many of the successful chains that have spread across London got their start in the area, including Honest Burgers and pizza joint Franco Manca; head to Brixton Village Market to check out the latest hopefuls.

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