Visiting London?

Let’s start with Central London, north of the Thames. I’ve written short “espresso shot” posts for tourism, which are quick guides you can read by clicking on the maps below.

Click here for the full-size map of London, illustrated by Cally Lathy of House of Cally.

Map What to see?
Screenshot 2016-09-04 at 16.01.59 West End

Westminster Abbey, the Palace of Westminster (Big Ben), Buckingham Palace, Bond Street.

Screenshot 2016-09-04 at 16.08.45 Academics and Lawyer Land

Royal Courts of Justice, London School of Economics, Middle Temple, British Museum, Covent Garden. Rainy day approved.

Screenshot 2016-09-04 at 16.12.47 Financial District

Tower of London, London Bridge, Monument, Museum of London, Saint Paul’s Cathedral.

screenshot-2017-02-16-at-5-41-37-pm The East End Trend

Brick Lane, Old Street, Hoxton, Spitalfields Market, Shoreditch.
screenshot-2017-02-16-at-5-40-05-pm Vibrant Central

Charing Cross, Trafalgar Square, Piccadilly Circus, Soho, Canarby Street, Oxford Street, Regent Street.

screenshot-2017-02-16-at-5-35-41-pm The South Bank

Imperial War Museum, London Eye, Tate Modern, Borough Market, Shakespeare’s Globe.

screenshot-2017-02-16-at-5-37-21-pm Curated Culture in Kensington – coming soon!

The Victoria & Albert Museum, the Natural History Museum, the Science Musuem. Rainy day approved.

screenshot-2017-02-16-at-5-39-05-pm  Northern Line – coming soon!

Camden Town and Camden Locks, Primrose Hill
screenshot-2017-02-16-at-5-34-34-pm Maritime Greenwich – coming soon!

Cutty Sark, Royal Observatory, Royal Maritime Museum, Greenwich Market, the Meridian Line