Borough Market, London: On this spot in some form or another since the 13th century, ‘London’s Larder’ has enjoyed an enormous renaissance in recent years, overflowing with food-lovers, both experienced and wannabes, and has become quite a tourist destination. Read more: http://www.lonelyplanet.com/england/london/things-to-do#ixzz25RmyIKqy
ORANGERIE • Kensington Palace, London, ENGLAND • British menu • One of the most elegant restaurants in London with a terrace for fine days and views of the palace and its gardens, Breakfast, lunch and tea only • 020 3166 6113 • http://www.hrp.org.uk/KensingtonPalace/Foodanddrink/Orangery
Tower of London. This was where two kings and three queens met their death and countless others imprisoned. tube Tower Hill adult/child £21.45/10.75, audioguide £4/3 9am-5.30pm Tue-Sat, from 10am Sun & Mon, to 4.30pm Nov-Feb
Zaanse Schans ravel by coach from central Amsterdam to Zaanse Schans to see its famous massive windmills. Capture your share of windmill photos, see wooden houses and old-fashioned stores, and visit a maker of wooden clogs.
Thames River Boats After exploring the sights of the Tower of London, stroll down to Tower Pier and board your Thames River sightseeing cruise to see Tower Bridge, Shakespeare’s Globe, the London Eye and more from the water. Your tour then finishes when you hop off your boat at Westminster Pier in central London.
Brixton Village. The 'village' is lively day and night and has a lovely, eclectic atmosphere. Shops worth popping into include Sweet Tooth (Unit 66), selling sweets from around the world, Leftovers (Unit 71) retailing antique French clothes and retro accessories. The village is full of restaurants: dine at Honest Burgers or get caffeinated at Federation Coffee. tube Brixton Street Atlantic Rd Extras SW9 8am-11.30pm Tue-Sun, to 6pm Mon