Where would you go if you had only one week in London?
"What would you do if you had only one week in London and really want to get the best of this city?" These are questions, I often get, when I have visitors over. London is such a big and adventurous city with so many possibilities. Something is always going on here... It can be expensive, yes - but you can also have lots of fun without spending all your savings.… (3 comments)

Everything looks better in colour – which is why, you should go to Notting Hill!
Notting Hill... I never knew about this wonderful place, until I saw the romantic film with Hugh Grant and Julia Roberts! I assume most tourists go for Trafalgar Square, Regent Street and Piccadilly Circus when visiting - but there is so much more to London! So my mission today is to make newcomers aware of this beautiful little part of my beloved city, that is so vivid and colourful that it shines even on a rainy Sunday. … (4 comments)

Belgravia Christmas market
I don't think there is a place on earth, where Christmas is more celebrated than in London! It is definitely the season to visit markets and fairs all over town (preferably with a hot mulled wine in your hand to get you in the merry spirit)… (2 comments)

Walking in a Winter Wonderland
Holiday hugs and kissing under the mistletoe! It certainly is the season to be jolly in London! This Sunday, I went to magical Winter Wonderland in Hyde Park - and I must say, my jaws literally dropped, when I entered this magnificent place of fun and festivities. How do you describe something so amazing, that words are not enough? … (2 comments)

Eat, drink and be merry! (Taste of London part II)
"You have to taste a culture to understand it!" Given the fact I am a huge food-lover, this is probably one of my favourite quotes! There is just something about new tasting experiences, that makes me happy and intrigued! You can tell so much about people, their culture, their habits and cravings, when you taste their food…