London travel guide - Citimarks
Saint Paul's dome reflection on a window


"The charm of modern London is that it is not built to last; it is built to pass. [...] It is an impulse that makes for creation and fertility."

Virginia Woolf, The London Scene in Good Housekeeping, 1931.


young ladies sitting on the park

The cult of nature

Albert Camus called London “a city of gardens”. In a cityscape constantly reinvented, London’s magnificent parks and gardens are a timeless landmark that has defined local culture, customs and lifestyle.

Ladies & Gentlemen

What makes a gentleman? Is it his impeccable tweeds and phlegmatic talk? No sir; this isn’t about the words he uses, but how he stands by them. See, a gentleman, is a man of honor.


Swarms of people running around like a cavalry on attack; a city vibrating on the heartbeat of the universe: Welcome to London, modern Babylon of the world.

Nice at sunset
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