Whether you are a CAMRA (Campaign for Real Ale) member or you just like a good old fashioned stout, here are seven great pubs where you can enjoy a traditional pint.
What with its plethora of transport options, from the Tube to the to those iconic red buses, getting from point A to point B in London can seem a little daunting at times. So we’re here to offer some tips on how to travel across Britain’s capital the smart way, helping you to make the very most of your trip.
According to the UK Office for National Statistics, London is one of the most visited sites on the entire planet (all year round), and it’s no surprise why. When you visit London you are greeted with wonderful sites, exhibitions and a mountain of things to do. From the London Eye to Buckingham Palace, a simple walk along the River Thames will allow you to view some of the most famous buildings and attractions in the world.
It’s no secret that the British love a good tipple, but wandering around a city as vast as London, it’s sometimes hard to see the forest for the trees. Before you know it, you’ll likely be stuck in one of the many soulless pub chains that you find in most big towns.
Winter is officially behind us, and it’s now time to embrace the beautiful wonders of Springtime. Fresh plants and flowers, baby animals and wonderful smells, Spring is an alluring time of year and London is filled with pockets of green, enchanting gardens and beautiful views for you to enjoy. Here is your very own guide to the top spots in London to enjoy springtime.