A Week in London
London, the heart of British Kingdom is synonymous to art, architecture, culture and history. Thus a week in London would not be enough to experience this beautiful and bubbling city. But if you carefully schedule your itinerary you will be able to make the maximum use of time at hand and discover the city of London at the fullest. Here are a few suggestions regarding things to do and must see attractions to make your week in London fruitful.
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Things to remember before you begin touring London:
• Be ready to walk: Not just for walking tours, but also otherwise, you will have a lot of walking to do within the city and its attractions. So be prepared with a good pair of comfortable shoes. It is advisable to carry an extra pair too.
• Travel card: You will be traveling a lot by bus and tube as they are affordable, faster and easily available well connected modes of transportation in London.
• Carry your rain guard: London’s weather is pretty unpredictable, so it is advisable to be rain ready to avoid getting stuck due to rains and wasting limited available time.
• Book in advance: In order to grab great vacation travel deals and be able to get cheap hotels and cheap flights you need to plan in advance.
Tourist spots like Buckingham Palace, London Eye, Tower of London, Big Ben are core to tourism in London and a must watch.. Here’s guiding you as to what you must include in your itinerary.
• Buckingham Palace & Westminster Abbey: Witness the British Royalty London home, the Buckingham palace and admire its beautiful furniture, paintings, gardens and much more. If you schedule your visit you can witness the change of guard at the palace.
• Tower of London: This is the place that houses the Crown Jewels and at one point of time imprisoned the high society prisoners and is a UNESCO world heritage site.
• Experience the whole of London through The London Eye: An architectural marvel, from London eye you can view the entire London.
• Museums: You can spend a day exploring your choice of museums. London is home to hosts of museums some unique and bizarre ones also. Do some research in advance to find out which ones would interest you? Must visit ones include Ripley’s believe it or not, Madame Tussauds and Natural History Museum.
• Shop till you drop:
• For Sports lovers: Sports lovers must visit the Wembely Stadium, Wimbledon Tennis Court and Lords Cricket Ground.
• Parks & Gardens: London is full of large parks. Some of the must visits include. Hyde Park, Richmond Park, St. James Park, etc.
• Self Guided Walks: You can take self guided walks in different parts of London. This way you will be able to many tourists’ spots on the way and be fortunate to see some fantastic street art, and experience the real culture of the city.