Transportation: Arriving by rail in Victoria Station and going farther by various Underground lines

Streets and places: Covent Garden and typical street near Leicester Square in London's West End

Highlights: Trafalgar Square with Lord Nelson's Column and Winston Churchill in front of The Houses of Parliament in Westminster

Westminster: 10 Downing Street in Whitehall is the official residence of the British Prime Minister

Monuments: Remembering the actions and sufferings of the women in World War II - and the Celtic Queen Boudicca who fought against the invading Romans in AD 60 or 61

Bridges: Westminster Bridge facing Big Ben - Tower Bridge further in the east - and a modern bridge (below)

Ships: The replica of the Golden Hind in which Sir Francis Drake sailed around the world from 1577 to 1580 - and the Cutty Sark in Greenwich, one of the fastest sailing ships of the 19th century

Architecture: The Shard, completed in 2013, is the tallest building in the European Union - and the Tower of London built by William the Conqueror after 1066

Houses: The Hotel Russel in the heart of Bloomsbury, a famous Victorian building of the 19th century - and Georgian houses of the 18th century near the British Museum

Buildings: The great Royal Albert Hall, opened by Queen Victoria in 1861, and the Millenium Dome as seen from North Greenwich

Stations: St.Pancras Station was an old train station and was recently modernized especially for the Eurostar

Museums: The British Museum is the biggest museum in the world and famous for its Egyptian collection

Museums: The big hall in the Museum of Natural History presenting a statue of Charles Darwin right in the centre - and a Giant Sequoia or sierra redwood from California on the opposite side

Markets: A traditional market in Greenwich - and Camden Markets, London's most popular open-air market with lots of stalls, shops and restaurants, and thousands of visitors

Waterways: A view across the River Thames towards the booming City of London - and the Camden Canal built in the early 19th century

People: The famous commander W.Bligh lived in a house near the Imperial War Museum - the famous economist J.M.Keynes in a home in Bloomington

Food: A traditional home-made pie with chips, peas and carrots -or a scone with clotted cream and strawberry jam