London is a city of two tales. One is filled with grand palaces, a royal family, and rigid traditions, while the other packs cutting-edge technology, city skyscrapers, and an avant-garde attitude. For every opulent Georgian townhouse, a hip pop-up restaurant opens, and, while London’s elite continue to play the age-old game of polo, the city’s underground grime music is going strong. So, spend time exploring the city’s historic landmarks, such as Westminster Abbey, Buckingham Palace, and the Tower of London to really understand the city’s origins, before hitting Brixton, Shoreditch, and Camden for a dive into London’s 21st century culture of street art, wacky fashion trends, and street-food eats. It’s this striking duality that makes London a city that never runs out of fun.