London is a city visited by 26 million people each year seeing all that London has to offer. From The Tate Modern, Tate Britain and National Galleries with free entry, you can view some of the best public art collections in the world. A bike ride out of the city along the River Thames will take you to Hampton Court built by Henry VIII with a park with maze built by Capability Brown. A walk along the South Bank to see The Houses of Parliament, Lambeth Palace (residence of the Archbishop of Canterbury), Shakespeare's Globe theatre, both Tate Galleries, St Paul's Cathedral, The South Bank Centre, The Temple and the London Eye. Or you can take a boat out to Greenwich, the Thames Barrier or the O2. The beauty of London is that you can find an oasis of peace in the city parks and in some of the smaller areas close to the heart of the capital.

The range of tourist attractions in London is endless. There are sightseeing tours by bus where you can hop-on and hop-off the bus at popular tourist destinations. There are a wide range of hotels at all grades, restaurants of all the world’s cuisines and some of the best theatre productions in the West End. With good transport links across the city, it’s possible to travel to the fringes of the city should you wish to create your own itinerary.

Lower Marsh Market has taken first place in the shopping category for Waterloo and Southwark region in The Time Out Love London Awards 2016.