Kensington and Chelsea

Portobello Road hosts the world’s largest antiques market* with over 1,000 dealers selling every kind of antique and collectible - the colourful rows of houses and famous Notting Hill Carnival also make this a popular tourist destination.

*Source: Portobello Road website

Hammersmith and Fulham

This borough’s most recognisable landmark is the Hammersmith suspension Bridge that crosses the River Thames. It has recently been closed indefinitely to motorists; however, pedestrians can still enjoy the views it has to offer - a tip for this spot is to visit as the sun sets.


Ealing Broadway Shopping Centre has become a major part of the local community since opening in 1985. It’s home to both large retailers and niche stores, perfect for a weekend shopping trip.


Hounslow is home to Heathrow Airport, the main airport serving London. This photo shows Terminal 4, which is situated to the southern end of the airport and is usually filled with crowds of holidaymakers.


Hillingdon is home to the award-winning Eastcote House Gardens - this tranquil green space has Grade II listed buildings, flower meadows and a topiary garden. It’s a perfect spot to relax.