From the oldest pub in London to historic traditions and beautiful gardens, there's no denying that these treasures will make you fall in love with new corners of old London.
1. Shakespeare's Globe
You can experience Elizabethan life as a groundling while watching a play at the world-famous Shakespeare's Globe.
2. Historic London hotels
There are many London hotels brimming with centuries of history. The five-star St. Pancras Renaissance Hotel London first opened in 1873, and the Spice Girls filmed their iconic Wannabe music video on the hotel's staircase.
3. The world's oldest music hall
London is home to the world's oldest surviving music hall: listen to live music and watch theatre performances in grand surroundings at Wilton's Music Hall.
4. Borough Market
Browse more than 100 stalls at one of London's oldest food markets. You'll find fresh fruits, international street food, pretty patisseries and more foodie treats at Borough Market.
5. Gem-filled antiques shops
Pick up your own piece of London history at one of the capital's lovely antiques shops, including the postcard-perfect Alice's on Portobello Road.
6. Centuries-old Royal Parks
Take a stroll around London's oldest Royal Park, Greenwich Park. It's home to the Prime Meridian Line and has Instagram-worthy views of the city from the top of the hill.
7. The City of London
8. Traditional afternoon tea in London
Enjoy a taste of British tradition with a spot of afternoon tea in London. Filled with warm scones, finger sandwiches, dainty cakes and English tea, this lavish custom dates back to the 19th century, when members of high society would join their friends for a fashionably light snack between lunch and dinner.
9. Tower of London
The Tower of London is definitely one of the most spectacular candidates for the oldest building London. You can be dazzled by the Crown Jewels and listen to fascinating tales of the historic fortress.
10. Old churches in London
11. Historic traditions
12. Buckingham Palace
13. Tower Bridge
Head to the world famous Tower Bridge to see the Victorian Engine Rooms and enjoy panoramic views from the sky-high walkways. And see the 19th-century bridge lift for passing boats!
14. Old London pubs
15. Richmond Bridge
You'll find many bridges along the river Thames, but the oldest bridge in London is the picture-pretty Richmond Bridge.