Beginners Guide to London

London is a city where you can always find new ways to embrace the culture both as a tourist and a local. Here is our London Travel Guide, you will find a few of our tips & tricks to make the most of your next London holiday.

Top 11 things to see in the London area.

  1. Big Ben (Under maintenance until 2021)
  2. London Eye. (Alternative and money saving option is to go to Paul’s Cathedral. Here you can get a magnificent view of London by climbing to the top of the dome and walking around the rotunda.)
  3. Stonehenge
  4. The Roman Baths
  5. Windsor Castle
  6. Hyde Park
  7. Westminister Abbey
  8. Buckingham Palace
  9. Tower Bridge
  10. Kensington Palace
  11. The British Museum
London Guard

Do as the locals:

  1. Ride a bicycle around the city
  2. Watch the changing of guards at the Horse Guards Parade where it is less crowded but still impressive as compared to Buckingham Palace
  3. Explore London’s markets such as Camden Market or Borough Market – London’s oldest and largest food market.
London Fish & Chips

What to eat:

  1. Fish & Chips
  2. Scones
  3. Tea & biscuits
  4. Pub Food – often family friend with delicious food.

When to go:

For a good mix of weather and smaller crowds, visit London during the months of May, June or September.

Where to stay:

London has a wide variety of accommodations from luxurious stays to quaint bed and breakfast. Kensington, Chelsea, Victoria Station, Hyde Park or Mayfair are great places to stay.

What are your recommendations for a unique London experience?

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