Like the mixture of modern and historic buildings that line the streets of London, the city is constantly evolving. During your stay, you can explore the advancements it’s made as well as where it started. If you want to spend time enjoying the historic sites that play a part in the rich tapestry of the development of the city, then spend time exploring iconic sites like the Tower of London, viewing Buckingham Palace, and Westminster Abbey. If you’re looking to revel in the more modern side of London, then ascend to floor 31 of the UK’s tallest building, The Shard, and enjoy a contemporary British meal with panoramic views of the city at Aqua Shard. If you are fascinated by the evolving architecture in London, then you can book an architectural tour in some of the key locations where they’ll guide you through the evolutions of London’s changing facade. You can also visit the iconic Grade II listed Battersea Power Station and the newly opened shopping and leisure destination that has over 140 shops, bars, and recreational places. The regeneration has revitalised this historic space. A similar past renovation occurred at The O2, formerly the Millennium Dome; the space now plays host to the biggest live shows in the UK. It's worth checking out if you love live music and your favourite artist is in town, or you can also scale up it if you fancy a core challenge. No matter what, be sure to take a trip on the London Underground and experience the renowned transport method.