London's vociferous mix of grandeur, history, style and culture seems to get more enticing by the year. It charms with leafy Royal parks, free world-class art galleries and frothy ale amid wood-clad pubs; it intrigues with ancient streets and grand architecture, and excites with the neon-lit West End, designer shopping and an innovative dining scene that has become one of the richest in the world.


Houses of Parliament

The Houses of Parliament is the popular name for The Palace of Westminster. The current gothic revival building stands on the North bank of the Thames River and was known as Thorney Island on the first half of 11th Century, when Edward the Confessor and penultimate Saxon monarch of England, had a royal palace built. 

The Palace of Westminster is worldwide recognized because of its fine design and rich history. The exterior of the palace presents a Clock Tower well know as the Big Ben (actually the name of one of its bells) which is one of the major tourist attractions in London.


Dance in London

London inspires an artistic culture, where people could appreciate high level dancing shows. London dance shows could vary from classic ballet and Latin carnival to contemporary performance art. 

Dancing shows could be enjoyed all year round, including that smaller venues which host exciting dance spectacles. People from all over the world delight to see young dance talents, innovating with actual hip hop tendencies and contemporary dance.


Sticky Toffee Pudding

The absolute dream dessert for anyone with an ultra sweet tooth, Sticky Toffee Pudding is about as traditional as it gets. Nobody is quite sure when the recipe was really invented, but some believe it is as early as the start of the 1900¡äs. The pudding itself is a lovely steamed sponge with a dark, toffee color due to presence of dates and black tea in the recipe. The sponge is topped with a thick, rich, warm toffee sauce.


Fruit Crumble

A summer favorite, crumble has been a staple British dessert since the 1940¡äs and you'll find it made with lots of different fruit combinations on dessert menus across London. Traditionally, a fruit crumble is made with stewed apples, blackberries, rhubarb and sometimes sharp gooseberries. The delicious sweetened stewed fruit mixture is then covered with a crunchy "crumble" topping of sugar, flour and butter. It's best eaten hot with a dollop of cold vanilla ice cream.

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