27. Admire the pretty stained glass with a reasonably priced pint at Angel in the Fields, a traditional pub in Marylebone.
28. Revel in the bloody history of the Lamb & Flag in Covent Garden, a very old pub that earned a reputation in the 19th century for staging bare-knuckle prize fights.
29. Discover why revered writers Charles Dickens and PG Wodehouse frequented Ye Olde Cheshire Cheese, one of the oldest pubs in London (rebuilt soon after the Great Fire of 1666).
30. Join Soho regulars and a lively after work crowd at the John Snow, clad in wood panels.
31. Sip your way through the large selection of real ales at The Hoop & Grapes, a timber-framed pub that survived the Great Fire of London.
32. Enjoy the charm of Williamson’s Tavern, once the main residence of the Lord Mayor of London - before the Mansion House was built.
33. Look up at the stunning carved ceiling in The Clachan, a lively Victorian pub near Carnaby Street.
34. Reward yourself with a refreshing drink at the lovely Jamaica Wine House after navigating a labyrinth of medieval backstreets to find it.
35. Gaze at historic features including earthenware tiles and gleaming brass in Southwark’s Edwardian pub, The Lord Clyde.
36. Bask in light pouring through the Victorian windows at The Wheatsheaf in Tooting, rumoured to be the Sadiq Khan, the Mayor of London’s favourite pub.
37. Take in the incredibly ornate Victorian interior at the Princess Louise pub in Holborn.
38. Have a tipple in the same room Charlie Chaplin once enjoyed drinking in at The Bear & Staff, just off Leicester Square.