Explore Pubs and Bars in London
After a long day of exploring London, what better way to relax than sitting down for a pint at a pub? While the title of the city’s oldest pub is up for debate, a possible winner is Ye Olde Cheshire Cheese, built in 1667 with a cellar dating to the 13th century. Ancient ale houses like the Spaniards Inn and the Lamb & Flag can trace their buildings’ histories back centuries. The Dove once served libations to the likes of literati Graham Greene and Ernest Hemingway. Of course, more modern venues are also plentiful, including Vertigo 42, Lonsdale and Mahiki.