Follow our hidden London guide to spend a day uncovering some of the city's lesser-known attractions, hidden corners and underground speakeasies.
Morning: Guildhall Gallery, Roman Amphitheatre and Police Museum
Lunch: Café in the Crypt or The Rooftop
Enjoy lunch at Café in the Crypt underneath St Martin-in-the-Fields Church, which serves reasonably priced homemade food. Alternatively, stroll across Trafalgar Square and take in stunning views of London, accompanied by cocktails and small plates at The Trafalgar St. James hotel's rooftop bar, The Rooftop.
While in Trafalgar Square, spot Britain's smallest police station in the south-east corner of the square, and look out for the nose sculpture on Admiralty Arch.
Afternoon: Islington's hidden gems
After a spot of retail therapy, enjoy a cocktail from 5pm in hidden speakeasy The Bar With No Name (69 Colebrook Row). Make sure to stop off at the King's Head Theatre, a pub with an upstairs theatre that hosts regular weekend matinees. Or wander to locals' hangout Exmouth Market, where you can join in a game of table football at Cafe Kick.
Evening: Candlelit tour, dinner and quirky cocktails
Start your evening with a candlelit tour of Dennis Severs' House, a time capsule created by artist Dennis Severs (tours until 9pm on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays). Alternatively, head to the Old Truman Brewery, where you can aim for a hole in one at quirky mini-golf bar Junkyard Golf Club.
Having worked up a healthy appetite, tackle a full English (yes, even at this time of the day) or tuck into burgers, waffles and fried chicken at The Breakfast Club Spitalfields. After dinner, ask to see The Mayor of Scaredy Cat Town, and you'll be led through a fridge to a hidden hideaway that serves cocktails until late.