Indulge in British tea tradition at spectacular Palm Court, where guest sip Earl Grey and nibble Napoleons.
Some say that the Tower of London is the most haunted place in England.
Dinner and theatre go together like fish and chips — and in London, the combination makes for a great night out.
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A tour of England’s Westminster Abbey offers an intriguing glimpse into one of the locales featured in the worldwide bestseller The Da Vinci Code.
At the Royal Observatory in Greenwich, England, a line set in stainless steel divides the eastern and western hemispheres.
The Olympics have brought the world to London. Here's why you'll want to visit, even after the medals are history.
Now more than ever, London has made itself accessible to all types of travelers.
Near London Bridge Train Station in Southwark is a thriving market that has been serving up British fare since 1754.
By far the best-kept secret of World War II, Station X was one of England's best weapons against the onslaught of Nazi military.