Find our recommendations of the best venue to go for every occasion; smoking friendly venues near to major attractions and events or special days happening around the UK. Get inspiration for where to go and the places not to miss!
Fancy heading out for the night? Want somewhere cool to check out? Look no further: the Queen of Hoxton is a lively East London venue with a vibrant and varied life. At once a bar, club and art gallery, the Queen is one of the East End’s stand-out hubs for your cultural and nightlife fix.
The London Eye is one of the capital’s most easily recognisable landmarks. Just across the river from the Houses of Parliament, the Eye and Big Ben provide the centrepieces for London’s annual New Years’ Day fireworks, and the Eye clearly stands out on the skyline for the rest of the year as well.
BOO! That probably didn’t work. But this might… If you’re a sucker for a chilling atmosphere, and like exploring London’s murky past, a Jack the Ripper tour is most certainly for you. Not one for the light-hearted, but nonetheless sure to intrigue and disturb in equal measure.
Kensington High Street has been one of the most popular shopping destinations for a number of years, especially for the wealthy population who live in the area. It is also famous for being the home to many of the London offices of some of the most well-known international music labels such as Universal Music, Sony Music and the Warner Music Group.
The Chelsea Flower Show is an annual celebration of all things horticultural. For five days every May the area is flooded by green fingered audiences who know their daffs from their tulips. This year, garden god himself Alan Titchmarsh, is due to be there for the first time in donkeys which has left people clambering for tickets.
Like any great British city, London is packed with pubs. Depending on where you are in our fine capital, it can often seem as though there’s one peeking out from every corner. And with so much competition to stand out, it’s not surprising that many have…unusual…names. You’d be surprised though – many of our selection have a legitimate excuse!
For all football lovers, the FA Cup Final is a date etched into the diary, the culmination of a season that began so brightly and with such hope back in the bright August sunshine. Steeped in history (this year’s final is the 143rd anniversary), it’s a competition full of romance when plumbers and posties get to take on the superstars of the Premier League. It makes you dare to dream!