A weekly guide of hand-picked ideas of what’s happening in London this weekend. See for yourself what one of the best cities in the world has to offer. We encourage you to experience as much as possible and if it’s your first time you will not be dissapointed.It goes without saying if you’re tired of London, you’re tired of life.

TOP PICKS FOR THIS WEEKEND

12th Knot
12th Knot is our rooftop bar located on the 12th floor of Sea Containers London. Stylish seating, cocktails celebrating seasonal ingredients, DJs and live music – all set against an unrivalled backdrop of the River Thames and London. A true reflection of South Bank’s vibrant energy, expect bright, striking décor and an open-plan layout which puts the panoramic views centre stage. So whether you’re curled up on a window seat, relaxing on the balcony, mingling at the bar or on the dance floor, London’s breath-taking skyline is the main attraction. https://bit.ly/2sZq3fG
camden market
Camden Market during the day is full of tourists and is a definite must-see. Camden borough was founded in the late eighteenth century as a residencial area. Camden Market was started in 1973 and since then it has attracted thousands of locals and tourists in search of street food and unique accessories and pieces of clothing. Lots of people – both visitors and Londoners – think it’s a cool place to hang out making it busy all the time and heaving all weekend. Most of the main shops are open every day so there’s always plenty to see. https://bit.ly/2fHek0C
Sky Garden
Sky Garden the famous enlarged glass dome of 20 Fenchurch Street is dedicated to three storeys of exquisitely landscaped public gardens and London’s most exclusive social spaces, including observation decks and an open air terrace. Sky Garden also houses restaurants Darwin Brasserie, Fenchurch Seafood Bar & Grill and Sky Pod Bar. https://bit.ly/2cXeBZQ
Thames River Cruise
The Thames River Cruise is deffinetly worth a shot you’ll see the historic buildings of St Paul’s Cathedral and the Houses of Parliament; pass under the iconic Millennium Bridge and Tower Bridge, and view the more recent iconic constructions of Canary Wharf, the O2 Arena, the Thames Barrier, and The London Eye. https://bit.ly/2R9B3SF