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Boris Johnson, alongside architect Renzo Piano, cut the ribbon to open The Shard on February 1, 2013 in London. Then the tallest building in Europe (a... Read More

When workers first set eyes on the previously forgotten tunnels beneath the White Cliffs of Dover—dubbed the Fan Bay Deep Shelter—they were in for... Read More

Anyone who has ever stayed at a “design hotel” will know that aesthetics and hospitality are not necessarily happy bedfellows. Luckily, the founders of... Read More

Seven hours—that’s how long it took for the 12-week run of the Barbican’s Benedict Cumberbatch–led Hamlet, which premieres August 5, to sell out.... Read More

To celebrate the new eight-fragrance collection from Givenchy—L'Atelier de Givenchy—London-based Hotel Cafe Royal will be offering an exclusive cocktail... Read More

The word surreal gets tossed around a lot. Most people just use it to refer to anything they think is weird. But the bartenders at the Artesian Bar in... Read More

The Imperial War Museum in Manchester, England will be hosting a free exhibit featuring color photographs from London during World War II. These... Read More

Classical music with a side plate of pop and rap—that’s the dictum of this year’s BBC Proms line-up. Marking its 120th anniversary in 2015, Proms is the... Read More

Starting on August 15th, Twin Peaks fans have two months to get in on London's immersive dining experience based off of the '90s TV hit.... Read More

Forget artisan vodkas, homemade fruit liqueurs and vintage aperitifs. The drinks craze sweeping London this summer is savory cocktails. The capital’s... Read More

Britain’s National Air Traffic Services, which has the unenviable duty of coordinating some 3,000 daily arrivals and departures across London’s five... Read More

Sleeping through a religious service is normally frowned upon, but this summer, three historic churches in the English countryside are encouraging... Read More

Thanks to a group of talented British designers, bakers, and restaurateurs trying their hand at something new (and odd), London has become a hotbed for... Read More

Aside from the usual luxuries, travelers visiting Virgin Atlantic's Upperclass Lounge, London Heathrow Clubhouse, can now take in a bespoke, tableside... Read More

The historic city of Bath, in England’s West Country, is better known for its genteel pursuits and heritage architecture than for its pioneering... Read More

Like her oversized black sunglasses and perfectly tailored Givenchy dress, Audrey Hepburn never goes out of style. Today, London’s National Portrait... Read More

We all know the adage it takes a village to raise a child. And now, the Ham Yard Hotel has taught us it also take a village to raise a brilliant hotel. ... Read More

One of London’s grandest old dame hotels will reopen this week, on July 1, following a multi-million dollar refurbishment. The Lanesborough, now... Read More

Tea lovers, rejoice: London may soon be home to a new loose-leaf-focused pub. Brew looks to reignite the prestige behind England's national... Read More

You may not get behind the gates at The Championships when Wimbledon starts June 29 (only ground passes and show court tickets are left, and most people... Read More

Thousands of people gathered at Stonehenge on Sunday morning to watch the sun rise on the summer solstice. According to reports, about 23,000 people in... Read More

The push for overnight tube service in London has been announced, and there's a brand-new map to go along with it. On Monday, Transport for London... Read More

"Ten years ago. Londoners would drive up to the Cotswolds and be happy with a chop, chips, and a pint—period,” said the chef Adam Caisley. “A roast... Read More

A decade ago, grimy King’s Cross—one of London’s biggest rail hubs—was a place to speed through en route to somewhere else. Now it’s a place to linger,... Read More

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