Carnaby Street, symbol of the Swinging Sixties and independent fashion

Hurlingham Park in Fulham: the birthplace of polo

Neasden temple, the largest Hindu temple outside of India

Christian Dior at Claridge’s: the chicest tree in town

Keats House: the home of poet John Keats in Hampstead

The Tabernacle, the heart of London’s pop culture… and Christmas panto

Quintessentially Soho at the House of St Barnabas

Freemasons Hall, the English freemasons headquarters

The Best of London Cinemas

Haunted London: an exploration into the city’s grisly past at Halloween

Frieze Art Fair 2009, Regents Park (15-18 October)

Buckingham Palace: the State Rooms and the Royal Collection

Notting Hill

The Kids Festival Parents Want to Attend

Equestrian Chic in Kensington Gardens