Transport for London (TfL), the body responsible for the public transport network in the capital, has launched a new scheme that will allow first-time visitors to London to make the most of all the best sights and sounds that it has to offer.
Given the wide range of attractions, it can be difficult to narrow these down and fit them into one weekend.
But the new scheme should go some way towards addressing the issue, as a host of guided walks have been devised to ensure that tourists do not miss any of London's unique charms.
What's more, it has been revealed that the walks range from 1.5 to eight miles, meaning that it's also a good opportunity to get some exercise.
"Take a walk around London, and see what the capital has to offer - there's lots to explore and some great walks connecting them," event organisers explained.
"TfL Walk London has worked with the local authorities to develop an impressive network of quality walking routes - so whether you are looking for a place to feed the ducks, a short stroll in your lunch hour, or an energetic walk to make you feel more alive - Walk London!"
Is there one landmark in particular that you are really eager to see? Well, you can do exactly that, given the broad range of routes available to you.
If, for instance, you want to see Houses of Parliament, then you can do exactly that!
Be warned, though, that the guided walks are only in place for this weekend only, so you've got limited time to take advantage of the opportunity.
London is one of the great cities of the world, home to many of the best landmarks, and so you'd be foolish to miss out this weekend.