From Buckingham Palace to the Tower of London, London abounds with world-famous, must-see landmarks. There is so much to visit that very often it's only the discerning tourists who will take a look behind the scenes and will be richly rewarded for doing so. In many ways, London's iconic buildings are the best guardians of their surroundings. Behind every famous landmark hides, a fascinating and beautiful streetscapes often used as backdrops in movies. In spite of their fame, many of these hidden corners are often overlooked. Films love London and the capital loves them right back. Some directors have made an intensive use of London's hidden corners, in turn giving visitors a reason to visit. It's sheer joy to follow an itinerary seeking the locations out.
10 Trinity Square seen in Lara Croft, Tomb Raider
Minster Court featured in Disney's 101 Dalmatians
Bull's Head passage known as Diagon's Alley
Draper's Hall featured in James Bond's Golden Eye