In a recent study, London was crowned the world's favourite city; ahead of Dubai and even New York!
The survey ranked the top cities in the world by measuring the amount of tourists visiting each year.
London played host to 18.82m visitors last year and experts predict a 6% rise in the number of sightseers this year, as the UK stages the Rugby World Cup in September.
After clinching the title, Mayor of London Boris Johnson said: "I'm delighted that London has proudly held on to this coveted title, as we celebrate another triumphant and record-breaking year for tourism in the city.
So that's why he loves London, and this is why we do! Here are our top 10 reasons why living in our capital city is the best:
We have some epic views
The London skyline is quite something to behold, with the London Eye, Houses of Parliament, the Shard and many, many more iconic buildings making up the view.
Climb up a tall building or walk along the Southbank and even the most seasoned Londoner will be moved by the amazing sights!
It's easy to get around
Commuters (myself included) are quick to whine about the public transport system, but aside from the tube sometimes being a squash, the Underground really is very cool. Getting from Uxbridge to Shoreditch in no time at all is no mean feat!
So for your Boris Bikes, tube lines, iconic red buses, brilliant black taxis and beautiful footpaths, London, we salute you.
The green spaces
It may not seem like it in certain busy areas in central London, but the capital actually has more green spaces and parks than any other major city in the world, which is something to be proud of.
So if you're getting down about the concrete jungle, head to one of the Royal Parks or green spots near you and relax in nature!
We know how to throw a party
From the 2012 London Olympic opening ceremony, to the New Years' Eve fireworks, to the annual Notting Hill Carnival, Londoners know how to throw an amazing party!
So for the next big event (The Notting Hill Carnival is next on the list in August!) don your dancing shoes and head down for amazing music, atmosphere and, most importantly, fun.
We know how to have a laugh
With the stresses of commuting and traffic getting to us Londoners, it would be easy to get grumpy. Thankfully, most of us know how to have a good laugh, and don't take life too seriously... Just look at our tube signs and see for yourself!
Our people are delightfully bonkers
London has a high concentration of people, so it's only natural that a few of them are a bit barmy... But some take the cake, and make you sigh "Only in London" in exasperation!
Oh strange London people, you do make us laugh!
The markets are amazing
From Portobello to Spitalfields to Camden, our huge markets are truly amazing! Serving the most delicious street food, and with the best vintage clothes and antiques on offer, every market has its own personality, and are well worth a visit.
Come down with a tenner one weekend and see what treasures you can scavenge!
There's always something going on
With a huge array of culture, there's ALWAYS something interesting or kooky going on in every area.
We have a huge amount of theatres, galleries and interesting pop-ups, so there's never any reason to be bored when you live in the capital city.
To find what's going on where you are, see our what's on listings.
As well as art galleries, shows and cultural events going on all over London, amazing street art can always be found decorating our walls.
We've even had Banksy himself leave his mark on our streets!
Just make sure to ask permission from the property owner if you'd like to test your artistic flair!
We're amazingly diverse
One of the best things about London is how diverse and accepting we are. There are over 300 languages spoken in London, which makes it one of the most interesting places around!
There's always a place for you in London, no matter what your race, religion, ethnicity, gender, disability or sexual orientation... Diversity makes us strong!
Why do you think London's the best? Tweet your reasons and London selfies to @getwestlondonem.