London boasts a plethora of sights to see and attractions to visit, so if you have the luxury of hiring a private chauffer around the capital, where will you choose to go?
According to figures from Statista, the Royal Botanic Gardens at Kew was the most visited site in the city last year, with 1,963,000 people heading to the west London attraction.
It is not hard to see why as there are more than 50,000 living plants at the UNESCO World Heritage Site, despite being just half an hour from central London.
Within the amazing ecosystem here are fruits like pomegranate, spices like turmeric, and spring blooms. The Arboretum boasts 14,000 trees of 2,000 different types and stretches across two-thirds of the site.
Some of trees were planted in the 18th Century, while the biggest is more than 40 metres tall. One of the oaks in the Arboretum is 30 metres in diameter and is as tall as it is wide.
The Princess of Wales Conservatory is one of the most popular experiences at the gardens, boasting ten climate zones, from desert to jungle. Visitors can get up close to spiky cacti, break a sweat in the tropical area, and even take a look at carnivorous plants such as Venus flytraps and pitcher plants.
Next on the list of most popular London attractions is the Natural History Museum in South Kensington, with 1,571,000 people walking through its doors last year.
This was followed by the British Museum, the Tate Modern and Somerset House.