The West End—Theatreland - The heart of London's West End is tourist central, encompassing Covent Garden, Soho, Piccadilly, and Trafalgar Square.
The City - The City of London is where London began, home to the Tower of London, St. Paul's Cathedral, and legions of besuited businesspeople staffing multinational banks and corporations.
Westminster—Parliament and the Royal Family - The seat of the British government, from the Thamesside Parliament building at Westminster past Whitehall Street and St. James's to the Royal Family at Buckingham Palace (and to the south, Victoria, Millbank, and Pimlico).
The University District - Bloomsbury, Holborn, and Fiztrovia are home to the British Museum and many major London universities and colleges.
South of Hyde Park—Posh London - The posh side of London, stretching south of Hyde Park, the V&A, and Harrods to Sloan Square and beyond in Knightsbridge, Belgravia, Chelsea, South Kensington, and Kensington.
Greenwich and The East End - Everything east of the City along the Thames, through the booming Docklands developments past the museums of Greenwich and O2 stadium to the Thames Barrier.
Hampstead & North of Central London - This village just north of central London is known for its sprawling park, Hampstead Heath, and the excellent pubs and restaurant supported by its peculiar concentration of celebrities and millionaires.
West of Central London - Between central London and Heathrow lie Kew Gardens and Hampton Court Palace, the rugby at Twickenham and the tennis at Wimbledon.