It's one of the biggest years in history for London, as our beautiful capital is filled with visitors from all over the world.
People of the world, welcome to our city... Its properly stylish.
So between sporting events, make sure you track down these hidden hangouts, revealed by celebs and bloggers who know London inside out...
Lily Vanilli, baker, www.lilyvanilli.com
Party Party, Ridley Road, E8
"A hidden Mecca with everything you need for cake making. From pirate pinatas to edible pink spray paint. If you love baking this place is a must!"
Johnny Hair London, 10 Acklam Road, W10
"It’s hard to find a talented hair dresser you’d trust with your life (and hair!) but all the stylists in this place always get it right!"
Railroad Cafe, Hackney. 120-122 Morning Lane E9
"Run by Lizzie Parle, younger sister of Stevie (of Dock Kitchen). Amazing food, coffee, music and atmosphere" Printers & Stationers: 21a Ezra Street, E2 - "Cosy well stocked beautiful French wine bar just off Columbia Road. Like a slice of the French countryside in East London"
Stella Kattermann, blogger at Stella's Wardrobe
Spuntino, 61 Rupert Street, W1 - "I love it all; the quirky interior, the location between slightly dodgy massage parlours and of course the ultimate comfort food - the truffled egg toast are seriously addictive."
Flat White, 17 Berwick Street, W1 - "It is not so easy to find an amazing cup of coffee in an environment that is cool, relaxed and slightly off the beaten track but that's exactly what you get at Flat white. As their name suggests; they serve the best flat whites around!"
Grace Woodward, stylist
Justin Deakin shop, 22 Hanway Street, E1
"My fave London hangout is drinking a sip of fine whiskey and buying countless shoes at Justin Deakins shop after we cross the road and go for a cocktail at the lovely Lounge Bohemia."
Sandra, blogger at 5 Inch and Up
Spitalfields Market, Brushfield Street E1 - "Just two mins from Liverpool street station and brings together an amazing selection of vintage decor and interiors every Thursdays"
Story Deli. 3 Redchurch Street , E2 - "I'm not usually the one to eat pizza - especially for lunch! However this place, with it's unique decor, will serve you crispy, healthy organic pizzas like you never seen before."
Absolute Vintage, 15 Hanbury Street, London, E1 - "The ever changing stock of clothes and accessories will assure you find just those vintage items you have been dreaming of just prepare to spend hours browsing the fully packed rails."
127 Brick Lane, Brick lane, E1 - "My favourite boutique on one of Londons coolest streets has friendly staff and a great selection of brands like Rick Owens and Maison Martin Margiela. Check out the jewellery too!"
Poppy Delevingne, model and face of Nails Inc
The Village Bicycle, W11 - "You can buy anything here from a Helmut Newton coffee table book, to a skull jewel encrusted telephone, to a tee dress from House of Holland. Its kooky & grungy, with a play station area for boyfriends to wait in."
The River Cafe, Rainville Road, W6 - "The River Cafe is right on the Thames and serves delicious spring foods (risotto, mozarella, zucchini) & yummy capuccinos. They also have a shop that sells olive oil & cook books. Heaven."
Lounge Lover, 1 Whitby Street E1 - "Each section of the bar has a different vibe to it. A lot of Art Deco pieces, Fake hippos heads in tiaras, vintage handbags dangling from the ceiling & every cocktail under the sun."
Nails Inc, Harvey Nichols, 109-125 Knightsbridge SW1 - "You can now personalise your own polish. Play with the colours, lids & come up with your own names. Perfect presents for your girlfriends."
Portobello Market, Notting Hill, W1 - "For trinkets, lace and incredible antiques."
Leomie Anderson, model
The Experimental Cocktail Club, 13a Gerrard Street, W1
"After dinner at my favourite London eaterie, The Riding House Café (www.ridinghousecafe.co.uk), I head to this hidden-away cocktail bar (be warned the door is unmarked!) in China Town, to hang with a seriously fashionable crowd sipping the best cocktails around. Discover it before everyone else does!"
Fred Butler, Designer
Dalston Superstore, 117 Kingsland High Street, E8 - "A sun-drenched New York Style cafe with brilliant lunch menu. The walls are a gallery with regularly changing shows by local artists. At night it turns into a great club with a different host / dj every night of the week."
Lily Vanilli, 6 The Courtyard E2 - Situated in the heart of London's fun-filled flower market this cafe Its the perfect place to sit for a quiet coffee and a choice of the most exquisitely tasting and decorated cakes.
Pelicans & Parrots, 40 + 81 Stoke Newington Road, N16 - "A curiosity shop full of trend-led vintage furniture, taxidermy and antique tribal masks. Owners Ochuko and Juliet are always a joy to chat to and take you through their latest pieces."
Sharmadean Reid, founder of WAH Nails
Reilly Rocket, 507 Kingsland Road, London, E8
"Just opposite my nail salon, this place is tucked behind a motorbike shop. A quirky cafe serving quesadillas and bagels from its tiny kitchen, which is basically a grill under the counter!"
VV Brown, founder of VV Vintage
Dans Le Noir, 30-31 Clerkenwell Green EC1 - "For the evening,eating in pitch black."
Cafe Oto, 18 - 22 Ashwin St E8 - "For good coffee and music"
Columbia Market on Sunday, Columbia Road - "For beautiful smelling flowers"
Wilton Way Cafe, 63 Wilton Way E8 - "For the best avocado on toast"
Labour and Wait, 85 Redchurch Street E2 - "For home comforts"