There’s nothing more amazing and captivating than the 360-degree views of this iconic at the Shard. So, one must visit the viewing platform inside the tallest building in Western Europe.
Want to see your favorite British celebrities? If yes, then you can find their life-size wax counterparts at Madame Tussaud’s. This activity is a fun thing to do, especially on a rainy day.
The oldest scientific zoo in the world, visiting it is no doubt a great family outing. You can watch here a wide selection of species, the animal feedings and explore the butterfly enclosure. It is an absolute diabolical place to visit.
River Thames Boat Tour
The longest river in England is 205 miles (330 km) long and flows through southern England. A boat tour is a fun entry to the Parliament, Tower of London, and many other riverside hot spots.
London is well-connected to the world by air with regular daily flights operating to and from many of destinations. This global is served by five airports, including Heathrow, Gatwick, and Stansted. Additionally, London Heathrow Airport is one of the world’s busiest airports, and about 100 international airlines fly in and out of the airport.
London is served by regular train services from other cities in Europe like Paris, Brussels, Amsterdam, Berlin and others. The high-speed railway service, Eurostar connects London to Brussels and Paris and operates from the St. Pancras International Station.
Traveling by bus in London is a great option, particularly for budget travelers. Bus services to many national and international destinations operate to and from the global city at the Victoria Coach Station and other stations.
Bone Marrow on Toast with Parsley Salad
Fried Courgette Flowers
Tea from Whittard
Toiletries and Cashmere Scarves
London’s trendiest shopping region is Clerkenwell, which is home to Sunday’s breathtaking Spitalfields Market, where professional designers display their amazing creations. However, Brick Lane, Redchurch, Cheshire and Dray Walk Streets are full of great shops, cool homeware, and vintage dens.
Oxford Street, the heart of London shopping, has over 300 stores, landmark stores, and designer outlets. Apart from this, it boasts a vast range of famous department stores, including John Lewis and Debenhams scattered.
It is very famous shopping market and packed with 1000+ shops (most of the stalls). The best time to visit is during the week. The goods can vary in quality, but there are lots of classic alternative articles here.
High Street Kensington
A less crowded shopping market has all the high-street chains with trendy stores like Urban Outfitters (Shop. No 36–38) and Miss Sixty (Shop. No 42).