Englobing London’s administrative boundaries, Greater London houses several iconic points of interest that attract hoards of visitors every year. From the London Eye to the bohemian region of Camden, or even the Tower of London- and its somewhat gruesome past- there’s no denying that this region is brimming with British culture and history. In terms of cuisine, Greater London offers quite a diverse array of dishes, largely due to the extended number of ethnicities living in and around the region. As a result, it wouldn’t be surprising to walk down a street that offers just about everything from the iconic Fish and Chips to chicken curry or even Haka-style noodles and German beer, among others. While getting around London can be quite overwhelming for the first-time visitor, the underground system features an intricate and undeniably practical medley of routes designed to swiftly get you from one destination to the next, while avoiding the notorious London traffic.