London, the capital and largest city of England and the United Kingdom, has a population count of around 8.9 million residents. The city is viewed as the world’s most powerful, most influential, most expensive, sustainable and innovative city. London is most well-known for its role in the international trade (for hundreds of years), it developed a leading role during the British Empire. The historical trading knowledge obtained during that period stuck with the city over the years, and London still efficiently makes use of it. The city is now blessed with the greatest financial center, the best universities and an abundance of creative flow within the area.

London has beautiful extravagant green spaces, such as gardens, parks and small ‘’green’’ villages, each sharing their own extraordinary history. These are great for recreational activities, or for a relaxed picnic.

A great attraction in London is the Victoria and Albert Museum. This leading art and design museum displays about 2.3 million objects from the greatest sources of furniture, textiles, architecture, fashion, sculptures, photography, paintings, ceramics, jewelry, Asian art, performance, theater and more. This museum mixes collections that are both modern and ‘’ancient’’, their collection has a time span of over 5,000 years of human creativity.

For history fanatics, the National Gallery and the British Museum are great highlights. These museums both display great amounts of art works by various famous artists, such as da Vinci, Rembrandt, Van Gogh and more.

London is a city with a thriving economy, considered to be the most powerful city in the world. It harbors the greatest ancient and modern architectural wonders, and possesses an extensive amount of green spaces. The city allows for beautiful pictures, great tours and plenty of recreational activities. A trip to London would definitely be a unique experience for you and your colleagues. Are you interested in an incentive trip, after reading about this destination? Go through the must-sees that are mentioned below, and request a quotation!


  • Hyde Park
  • Westminster (here you can find the House of Parliament and the Big Ben)
  • London Eye (giant ferris wheel)
  • Shoreditch (trendy area, great nightlife spots)
  • BFI (British Film Institute)
  • Brixton Academy (originally a theater and cinema, it now hosts the biggest pop and rock acts in the world)
  • Cruise on the Thames river
  • The O2 Arena (live music and stage shows)
  • Brick Lane (diverse neighborhood, many curry houses can be found here)
  • Chinatown
  • Oxford Street (Europe’s busiest shopping street)
  • National Gallery (works of da Vinci, Turner, Rembrandt, van Gogh and more)
  • Tate Modern (prolific modern art)
  • Natural History Museum (nature and culture, exhibits a vast range of specimens)
  • Science Museum (scientific achievements)
  • Victoria and Albert Museum (art and design)
  • British Museum (human history, art and culture)
  • Harrods (department store)
  • Platform 9 ¾ (the station that Harry Potter uses to go to Hogwarts)
  • Buckingham Palace (home to the British Royal Family, only parts of the palace are open to visitors)

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