Key advice from an Australian in London: Make sure you stand on the correct side of the escalator.
Stroll the streets and try an award-winning bacon butty, or visit London's first cereal cafe.
One of the most popular tourist destinations on the planet can still hold a few surprises for first-timers.
To soak up the stories and the history of Mayfair is priceless – it's also essentially free.
A makeover unveiled earlier this year reveals an intriguing East-meets-West vibe.
You're never far from a trendy cocktail or other Australians in London's east.
Royal history remains alive and well in these remarkable buildings.
Terminal 5, for the dedicated use of British Airways, is relatively hassle free but decidedly devoid of character.
Drowning in history, yet cutting edge, London's misty vista is a combination of historic, centuries-old buildings that cling to the banks of the Thames, beautiful old parks and iconic innovation. Whiz around the Tube and visit cool markets like Spitalfields, Camden and Borough. Watch people spilling out of charming pubs with pints in summer; shopping will exhaust the most hardy consumer, not to mention its diverse range of arts and culture.