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After London was almost fully destroyed in 1666 by the Great Fire of London, it has become the biggest city of the EU, a true Cosmopolitan with a cocktail of different customs and cultures. Famous for its historical buildings, museums, Big Ben, Hyde Park, Notting Hill, Harrods and West End theatres, London is one of the most vibrant and versatile destinations in the world.


Being a global financial centre, the city has attracted the best and most fantastic hotels, luxury shopping, fine dining restaurants and unique event locations, ranging from traditional to modern. This will give your meeting that extra twist and attract even more visitors.


Five international airports, direct flights from over 300 cities, and an International train station. All of this makes London easily accessible and therefore one of the most popular incentive and meeting destinations.


10 fun things to do in and around London:

  1. Yes, Chef! Get up early for London's finest food market and afterwards prepare your purchases under the supervision of a world famous chef, like Michel Roux, Gordon Ramsay, or Jamie Oliver


  2. Speed along the Thames in a 12-seater Rib Boat. You will see the cites most iconic buildings like St. Paul's Cathedral, the London Eye, Big Ben and many more.


  3. Shake it up at the Oxo Tower and do a private cocktail masterclass in the newest and trendiest bar with one of the Capital's finest mixologists.


  4. Do a traditional English High Tea Party in the park, with traditional English games such as Croquet, Lawn Bowls or Skittles.


  5. Brew your own beer at one of London's oldest Breweries.


  6. Hunt down the English Country side, not for real wildlife, but for clay pigeons, which is even better.


  7. Master your own Polo Game at Ascot, do a professional team clinic and you might be able to beat Prince Charles one day.


  8. Organise your own 'Cowes Week Regatta', and compete against each other in your own Dinghy boat.


  9. Summer concert at Somerset House or a concert at the Royal Albert Hall is a real must-do!


  10. Speed up at the renewed Silverstone. Renowned for hosting world-class event, this is your chance to race a Ferrari down the track. Curious what your lap time will be?

Let yourself go, London never stands still!