The city of London might be the smallest city of the United Kingdom, but it certainly is one of the most popular and ancient cities in entire Europe. If you are travelling to London, you must be well-prepared with a wholesome to-do list as there are so many places to explore in every direction of this city. Here at TicketsToDo, we are making a brief yet conclusive itinerary of London than can guide you plan your dream trip to the city!
The first thing about organising a London trip is to divide your days for all the directions. East, West, North or South- each side of London has something incredible to offer when it comes to history, architecture, arts, culture, or simple entertainments, shopping and dining!
North London is full of versatile activities for every kind of travellers. For an adventure-filled day at the arms of nature, visit the famous London Zoo, or have an entertaining time go to Regent’s Park, a favourite spot for North Londoners. The 256 ft high Primrose Hill or 440 ft high Parliament Hill on the Hampstead Heath are quite popular among tourists. Do not miss out on the chance of visiting the largest library in the world, the British Library. And, for the entertainment lovers, visiting the Madame Tussauds Museum of London would be an icing on top!
West London is home to some top parks and gardens. You can get lost in the picturesque Portobello Road Market, in the side of renowned Notting Hill. The mazes in the Hampton Court Palace is worth a visit as well. Hangout in the pretty little narrowboats in Little Venice.
From heritage museums and historical buildings, East London is undoubtedly one of the best attractions in London. You can visit the Victoria and Albert Museum, Sutton House, Broadway Market, etc. Do not miss a gala time in the Olympic Park.
South London features some great spots such as the Imperial War Museum or the HMS Belfast. HMS Belfast is a ship moored museum, located in the south of River Thames. The famous Maritime Greenwich is also part of this region. You can also take a stroll around Shakespeare’s Globe- a recreation of the Bard’s Theatre.
Central London is probably the most attraction-packed region of this sprawling city. You must visit the Tower of London, located on the north of the River Thames and next to Tower Bridges. The Buckingham Palace and the British Museum are the next two sightseeing tours. The British Museum’s collections include an ancient Rosetta Stone, Mummy of Cleopatra, etc. You must also visit St. Paul’s Cathedral, Houses of Parliament, The National Gallery, Portrait Gallery, The Churchill War Rooms, Tate Brittain, etc. The cantilevered observation, London Eye, is a must in the day trip list. Feel the poetic beauty of Westminister Abbey as well.
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