Tower of London - London
HQ of U.N.I.T and occasional prison throughout a thousand years of the Doctor.
Site of the 10th Doctor's adventure in 1599 with none other than the Bard himself, Mr William Shakespeare.
When the Doctor first appeared on our TV screens, St Paul's was still the tallest building in London. However, Sir Christopher Wren's masterpiece is well known to the Doctor over the years and his terrifying foes, The Cybermen.
Is it an eye or is an antenna? The London Eye saw the 9th Doctor (the bolshy northern one who clearly still had a chip on his shoulder from the Time War) engaged in adventures with Rose Tyler.
When it comes to evil mechanical killing machines, the Daleks make the Cybermen look like Mary Poppins. Walk in the wheel tracks of Skaros' worst.
Secretly located in the National Gallery is the Under Gallery created by Elizabeth I and home to painting Gallifrey Falls No More from Day Of The Doctor.
As we end this tour, take a moment to pose next to a real TARDIS and learn the story of why this shape shifting craft for travel in space and time is 1960s Police Phone box.