Located in the heart of the city, Borough Market is one of the oldest and largest food markets in the London. It hosts innumerable food stalls selling a huge variety of specialty foods.
Battersea Park, London
Considered as one of the most interesting parks in London, the Battersea Park is home to a large number of birds, trees, historic gardens and hidden secrets. This green space also accommodates a children’s zoo.
The Edgar Wallace, London
40 Essex Street, WC2R 3, London
+44 20 7353 3120
Royal Exchange, London
This is one of the most iconic, historic and famous buildings in London. Founded in the 16th century, the Royal Exchange is occupied by offices, lavish boutiques, luxury shops as well as restaurants.
Maiden’s Cove Beach, Cape Town
The best lookout point to watch the Table Mountain, Maiden’s Cove offers some stunning views of the Twelve Apostles and the Atlantic Ocean, especially during sunset. It is popular as a great diving and barbecuing spot.
Serpentine Bar and Kitchen, London
This lively bar and kitchen restaurant is set in the green heart of London, Hyde Park. A great spot along the Serpentine Lake for a lip-smacking meal with family or friends.
Chapman’s Peak Drive, Cape Town
A scenic driving route on Chapman’s Peak is a ravishing experience not to miss if you’re in Cape Town. There are several lookout points along the way where you can relax and enjoy the exquisite beauty of the picturesque mountains and tranquil waters.
Portobello Road Market, London
Portobello Market is one of the most popular street markets in the world. It is a one-stop destination for buying antiques, fruits, veggies, second hand goods and fashion wear. You can also grab a quick snack while shopping your heart out.