Ever wondered what it’s like to be a London tour guide? We chat to Tony, one of Insider London’s enthusiastic guides about introducing tourists to the city of London.
After a lifetime of early starts and long hours, retirement is the perfect opportunity to start living a life of leisure. However, more often than not, after the initial jubilations and feelings of triumph over escaping the dreaded 9 to 5, life after retirement can start to feel a little dull, and keeping busy becomes a struggle. At Insider London, we think the free time is an excellent opportunity to pick up new skills and discover new places and things.
London is bursting with great museums, galleries, theatres, and parks, perfect for families with young children. However, many of these can be full to the brim with people, particularly during the school holidays. If you are looking to get away from the hustle and bustle or even looking to try something new, here are our top tips for an alternative family day out.
A tourist’s guide to the architecture of London; a city that combines ancient buildings and important historic sights with ground-breaking contemporary architecture and modern skyscrapers
What’s better than a long bank holiday weekend? That’s right – two bank holiday weekends! May has two bank holidays, the early May and the Spring bank holiday, falling on 1st and 30th May respectively in 2016. These holidays celebrate the arrival of Spring and the warm months to come with fun and festivities, and so should you! As the days get longer and the weather gets sweeter, do more than just Netflix & Chill and find out how to make the most of these long weekends with our tips on what to do in London on a May Bank Holiday…