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London is the top European destination for black travelers. Despite the frequent rain, this grand city has spruced up its theatre district, central shopping district, restaurants, cafes, coffeehouse, nightclubs, museums while integrating bold new architecture with its classic landscape. What’s most remarkable is the City of Shakespeare, Idris Elba, Sade and James Bond has finally embellished both sides of the Thames River with attractions for all tastes. Did we mention to prepare for rain?

Soul Of the City
Finding the soul of this metropolis takes a bit of planning, since it comprises miles of architectural marvels, world renown icons and hallowed locations from European history … More

Travel Tips
English words sometimes have different meanings. One sister found out that a “towel” means “feminine napkin” to Brits. She learned this after calling the hotel front desk and the bellboy’s uncomfortable response … More  

Watching Prince Harry & Meghan Markle Ride Off Into History
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, him beaming, then growing somber, her flashing a smile equal parts joy and astonishment at the love and adoration flowing from the crowd. The newlyweds waved to well-wishers as four white horses whisked their carriage … More  

Black History
African and Caribbean immigrants are found everywhere. You see them in the Houses of Parliament and on the halls of industry, concert stages, movie palaces, restaurants and … More

With four of the world’s most popular museums and dozens of small distinctive museums and art galleries, the city is a premiere arts destination in the world. No visit is complete without several of them on your itinerary … More

A London Weekend
My first visit in 1989 fueled a fervor for London. Big Ben, Parliament, Trafalgar Square, Buckingham Palace, dainty sandwiches and delicious scones before theatre … More

Slave Trade History
The history of Great Britain is intertwined with African slave trade. This national museum documents long untold stories of enslaved people to Great Britain and its colonies … More

An insightful collection of tours, books, DVDs and contemporary websites sure to enrich planning for your next visit to London … More


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