"London was a multi-cultural maze of pristine buildings and proud tradition. It was difficult to differentiate the landmarks from the non-landmarks as everything was so well-kept. Every building looked a hundred years old and brand-new at the same time."
London is the capital of England. In A Grimm Warning, Conner, Bree, Mrs. Peters and the Bookhuggers change planes here on their way to Berlin, and Conner and Bree later return to find the South Bank Lion. On their way there, they pass many famous landmarks; Buckingham Palace, Westminster Abbey, Big Ben, the Tower of London and Tower Bridge. They visit a library in the corner of St. James Square to find out the location of the lion statue and find it on the south bank of the Thames near the London Eye.
They leave London by train via St. Pancras station to travel to Monte Carlo.
"This is the most proper place I've ever been in my life." Conner nudged Bree. "Just being here makes me feel like I should be dressed up."