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Standing on the River Thames is London, the Crown Jewel of the United Kingdom. A city of its kind where history collides with art. Are you planning to visit London very soon? This is a city where a perfect day is different for everyone. Being a city that hosts a range of diverse cultures as well as people, using this London travel guide will help you enjoy your tour of this marvelous city. This guide has everything you’ll need to get the most out of your visit; what and where to eat, where to stay, places you will want to visit, the best places to hang out and much more. There’s always plenty of cool things to do in London. You’ll find plenty of events, tours and attractions in the capital.
Considering the temperate climate in England, most tourists like to visit London between April and September. Tourists also enjoy what London has to offer during Christmas.
Getting around London
Transportation in London is divided into zones, meaning the further you intent to go, the more expensive it will cost you. You’ll find one of the best subways here, with single rides starting at about $2.5. You can also use taxis (keep in mind that black cabs do not accept smart cards), boats, buses as well as commuter trains. To avoid any hassle, you can get yourself a smart card and perhaps load it with $50 dollars to cover your weekly travel budget.
To enjoy warm weather in London plan your visit in July as it is the hottest month. January is the coldest month in London.
What you should Know Before Visiting London
Unlike most cities in Europe, life in London is a bit more expensive. Also, make sure you plan ahead so that you don’t miss out on the best tickets, hotels and offers.
BEST OF LONDON
SEALIFE London Aquarium
Enjoy a spectacular experience with underwater creatures at SEALIFE London aquarium. It is perfect for a family fun day.
The Coca-Cola London Eye
A major feature of London’s skyline, the The Coca-Cola London Eye boasts some of the best city views from its 32 capsules. You’ll definitely enjoy the breathtaking experience.
The View from The Shard
Visit Europe’s tallest building and see the city’s iconic skyline from a mind-boggling observation deck (800ft (244m).
To enjoy a bus tour in London, make sure you book in advance. You can buy a 24-hour ticket and explore some of London’s most famous places. You can also decide to wander around the small villages on the outskirts of London to catch a glimpse of the stunning coastal scenery.
Sherlock Holmes Museum
A perfect place to visit if you love books and music.
Other places to visit in London
- Wembley Stadium, Emirates Stadium
- Warner Bros studio
- The Royal Parks
- The West End
- London Dungeon
- Thorpe Park
- Legoland Winsor
- Historic Destinations (Salisbury, Warwick Castle,
- Stonehenge tours
- Shakespeare’s Stratford
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