Bridget's flat is above The Globe pub in Borough Market, so it's no wonder she can't cook – who needs it when the best food in London is right outside your door?
The Institute of Contemporary Arts
Bridget introduces Mr Fitzherbert/Titspervert at the launch on Kafka's Motorbike at the ICA, and has an embarrassing run-in with Mark Darcy before heading home with Daniel.
Daniel Cleaver's swanky flat is located on the famous Clink Street, and is a favourite haunt of Bridget Jones, Sex Goddess.
The Royal Courts of Justice
Bridget heads to the Royal Courts of Justice to cover a case for Sit Up Britain, and who should she meet there but Mark Darcy?
Anna and Will have a precious date at the lovely Coronet Cinema, which has since been transformed into the multi-arts venue, The Print Room.
It's probably best not to follow Will and Anna's lead by breaking into the private Rosmead Gardens, but it's still lovely to admire from outside the gate.
When Anna invites Will up to her room at the Ritz, they're both surprised to find Anna's actor boyfriend waiting for her, and even more surprised when he thinks Will's the bellboy.
Will visits Anna at the set of her sweeping Henry James period piece, filmed at Kenwood House at Hampstead Heath, but drama ensues when she leaves her mic on and Will overhears her trashing him.
It's hard not to feel that love is all around when you spot lovers or families enjoying the magical atmosphere on the frozen rink in front of Somerset House, which was used in several establishing shots for Love Actually.
Oxo Tower Wharf
Mark's moody walk after Juliet sees the wedding video was filmed on location around Oxo Tower Wharf, near the South Bank, offering a great view to balance out the angst.
St Lukes Mews
Mark heads to Pater and Juliet's house to make this infamously sad declaration, and this cosy street in Notting Hill just adds to the intimacy of the moment.
St Bartholomew The Great
St Bartholomew's church is a lovely place for a wedding on screen and off, even if Carrie saves Charles from making the biggest mistake of his life by actually getting married there.
Royal Navel College Chapel
Bernard and Lydia's wedding at the fictional St Mary's In The Fields was actually filmed at the Chapel at the Old Royal Naval College.
Dans Le Noir
Tim and Mary meet on a blind date at the curious London club, Dans Le Noir, where you share a meal and meet new people in complete darkness.
Maida Vale Underground Station
The montage featuring Tim and Mary kissing good-bye everyday at their home station of Maida Vale is so sickeningly cute that's it's actually a relief when things start to go downhill for them.
Oliver teaches Daphne about poise while they float on the Boating Lake at Battersea Park, then they totally kiss.
Daphne and Henry do some adorable father daughter bonding, and more importantly, Henry buys some leather trousers, at a pop-up market along the South Bank.
Lancaster House, St James
Daphne's debutante ball was filmed in the charming and classy Lancaster House in St James, which is just beyond Buckingham Palace and really does facilitate private parties and weddings.