London is full of great things to do for free. From a walk through London's beautiful Royal Parks and open spaces, to some of the best museums in the world, World Heritage Sites, free events, beautiful exhibitions at many art galleries and free family-friendly activities for kids, you can explore so much of London for free.
A classic car is an older automobile; the exact definition varies around the world. The common theme is of an older car with enough historical interest to be collectable and worth preserving or restoring rather than scrapping.
Hear Big Ben's famous "bongs" ring out at midnight on New Year's Eve in London, followed by the UK's largest annual fireworks display over the Coca-Cola London Eye, presented by the Mayor of London.
More than just a mall, the Westfield World Trade Center bills itself as a community where shopping, dining, culture, art and imaginative architecture intersect.
If you want to see as much of NYC as possible, the tallest building in the western hemisphere is going to come in handy. From the top three floors of this site, you’ll be able to take in sweeping views of Manhattan, Brooklyn and Queens.
Straight people are known for calling in sick the day after the Super Bowl, so damn it, we can do it, too. (Wait—you mean you already called in sick the day after the Oscars!?) Call your boss and tell him you’re taking Monday off.
This year, the annual Pride celebration in NYC gets supersized with WorldPride and Stonewall 50. People from around the world will be here to mark the occasion, all of them ready to express their LGBTQ+ pride with protest and parties, panels and performances, and, of course, the March itself, which this year will be especially epic.
New York City Tartan Week centers on the Tartan Day Parade (April 6), during which bagpipers, dancers and thousands of marchers celebrate all things Scottish.
That Paris needs this overhaul around the Eiffel Tower is not necessarily common knowledge. The tower itself remains as beautiful as ever indeed, it is one of those monuments that rarely disappoints people when they see it for the first time in real life.
One of the world’s most recognizable urban spaces is slated to get a dramatic makeover. On Tuesday, Paris City Hall announced that the London-based landscape architects Gustafson, Porter and Bowman had been selected from 43 applicants to lead a major redesign of the space around the Eiffel Tower.
The Eiffel Tower could soon loom over an enormous new garden at the heart of the city under proposals from the mayor of Paris.