Chiswick House and Gardens

Noted as one of the finest remaining examples of Neo-Palladian architecture in London, Chiswick House is situated in Burlington Lane in the borough of Hounslow. This Georgian era palace was designed by Lord Burlington and was completed in 1729. The house and 65 acre estate are one of the earliest examples of the archetypical English landscape garden.

During the 19th century the house fell into decline, it was used as a hospital from 1892-1929 and became a fire station afterward. In 1944 the palace was damaged by a V2 rocket and soon after both wings had to be demolished. What is left is however a splendid reminder of the country’s past and is maintained by English Heritage.

Selfridges Birmingham

The landmark Selfridge Building is situated in the centre of Birmingham and was designed by the architecture firm Future Systems. The building was completed in 2003 at a cost of £60 million. Since it was built the building has become a major landmark and valuable contribution to the regeneration of Birmingham.

The building’s design is curved and its facade is covered in 15,000 anodized aluminum discs and has been the recipient of various architectural awards.

Eltham Palace

Situated within the Royal Borough of Greenwich in South East London, Eltham Palace is a stunning medieval royal palace that is one of the most popular tourist destinations in London. Now an unoccupied royal residence still owned by the Crown Estate, the palace is now open to the public throughout the year.

The internal art deco design has been hailed as a ‘modern masterpiece’; the palace was originally given to Edward 2nd by the Bishop of Durham. Since then it has undergone numerous face lifts to become the spectacular building we see today.

As you might imagine London is packed with some of the most impressive architecture in London which makes it ideal for anyone visiting.

Beyond the architecture there are countless sights and attractions from Buckingham Palace and Tower Bridge to the many great museums, galleries and national heritage sights.

For film lovers you can catch a star studded premiere at Leicester Square, visit the Harry Potter studios or take one of the many tours that take you to film locations filmed in the city.

Sport fans have some of the best options in Europe with Arsenal, Chelsea and Tottenham all based in London along side scores of other great teams.

The world famous Harley street is home to numerous medical experts and specialists should you be visiting London for more important reasons than sight seeing. LOC of London is one of the worlds leading private cancer treatment clinics, experts in a number of treatments anyone looking for a private stomach cancer clinic in the UK can find out more at http://www.theloc.com/specialism/stomach-cancer/.

Theater goers will be well aware of London’s famous west end and will have a choice of some of the finest plays and musicals to choose from.

If it is retail therapy you are after then London has the best high street brands, designer brands and independent boutiques to choose from.

To top it all off London has an unbelievable range of restaurants and bars for all price ranges.

Anyone visiting London will want to research fully any options available before they go so they don’t miss out on anything that they would have enjoyed.