Want to go on a tour rich with haunted history? From the pub where Suki worked to where the guys stayed, we have all the details of Ghost Adventures trip to London.
Check out our collection of the world's wackiest things to do and see.
Celebrate Queen Elizabeth II's 60 years as England's reigning monarch with a year of special events and exhibits -- the Queen's Diamond Jubilee celebration.
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See VisitBritain.com's picks for the best events to help travelers enjoy the London Olympic Summer Games, including the London 2012 Festival.
Highgate Cemetary, Clink Hostels, 50 Berkeley Square and the Tower of London are just a few haunted attractions in London. Visit these must-see spooky spots!
Check out the top hotel bars from Bar Hemingway at the Paris Ritz to the Stravinsky Bar in Hotel de Russie in Rome.
The main objective of rugby is to score a try, which consists of an opponent running with the ball towards the opposing team's goal line, carrying it over and placing it down.
Visit one of London's 12 must-see museums, including the Tate Modern, Charles Dickens Museum and Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum.
Take a look at the places visited by the Baggage Battles cast and crew during their London visit.
The Big Dance 2012 and Tate Modern's Damien Hirst Exhibition are just a few fun activities that are part of the London's 2012 Festival.
Celebrate WorldPride in London, and participate in these fun events, including the SoHottie Final, Drag Ball, Pride Pooch and a fashion show at CXR.
Heading to London for the 2012 Summer Olympics? Check out these free events and see the athletes in action.
Camden Town and Shoreditch are just a couple must-see neighborhoods tourists should check out while visiting London.