Borough market is rich with history. As London’s oldest food market, it’s been serving the people of Southwark for over 1,000 years. The dynamic food stalls provide a riot of colours, smells and flavours.


Brockley Market is a friendly south London market that’s located in a car park (yes you heard that correctly). The award-winning selection of seasonal food can’t be missed, as well as the street food stalls and organics.


The 183-acre Greenwich Park is homes to some of London’s most iconic views - be sure to take a walk through the ancient trees and tranquil gardens.


Pop-up malls, like Croydon’s Boxpark, fuse the concepts of modern street food, with local and global brands to create a unique shopping-dining experience.


Bromley is known for its annual Bromley Pageant of Motoring – dubbed ‘The biggest one-day classic car show in the world’.


This south east borough is home to a beautiful area of land called Lesnes Abbey Woods, which features Lesnes Lodge, Abbey Ruins, an Arboretum and Gardens, a playground, woodlands and a fossil bed. Renowned for the scenery and conservation areas, this is a must-see.