London enjoys a swarm of travelers each year because of the rich and unforgettable experience it offers. The once conservative London now enjoys a sense of modernity and is regarded as one of the coolest cities in the world. So be wise, plan your trip ahead of time.
You will be amazed with the large variety of hotels, from London 5 star hotels to 2 star hotels… from chic and pricey London boutique hotels to budget bed and breakfast hotels. Make sure to choose a hotel according to the purpose of your visit keeping proximity and cost in mind.
A few good examples are the Langham Hotel London, located at the West End of the city and ideally situated near Regents Park. It’s only a short walk from the best shopping areas like Regent Street, Bond Street and Oxford Street. If you are looking for budget accommodations in London, try the London House Hotel. Business travelers will not go wrong in the upscale Jumeirah Carlton Tower.
There are many modes of transportation in London. If you like to travel in style, renting a chauffeured vehicle is quite common in London. You can take the fast underground trains, commonly known as the tube, for shopping or to visit any of London’s famous attractions. Get a single day or multiple day discounted travel pass.
It’s not a bad idea to start the day by taking a bus or underground to St. Paul’s station off the Central Line to see the St. Paul’s Cathedral which is quite an architectural wonder, and an awesome historical breathtaking beauty. Stop in at Vinopolis, if you want to experience world-class wine tasting. Here, you can learn everything about winemaking.
Of all the other sights, the Thames offers the most famous one in London and you can get an impressive view of the city from the Tower Bridge. From there when you reach the north bank, don’t miss out the Tower of London. It’s a very historical and a must see sight.
A lot happens in London each day, events like concerts, shows, sports, festivals and plays are very popular. When you are ready for some fascination… you would enjoy the excitement of witnessing live show rehearsals at the Royal Albert Hall. History of this stunning building is sure to fascinate you.
After a tiring day, you may want to reward yourself with a sumptuous and succulent meal. London has scores of restaurants that offer dozens of cuisines from various parts of the world. It’s a good idea to join Henry the VIII and his special guests who will perform a festive show at The Medieval Banquet located at Ivory House, St Katharine’s Dock.