London is always positioned on the top list of the world’s must-see places, and there is no wondering why. London is one of the most famous cities in the planet, and its network of attractions, multicultural assets, warm people, and friendly climate are just few of the reasons why London seduces people all over the globe.
Traveling to London leaves no room for monotony. London has different angles and personalities, and one day is different to the next. This is the very reason why travelers cannot get enough of this vibrant, bustling and colorful city. There is so much to see and do in London that a single journey is not enough. Careful planning is needed indeed, and for first time travelers, it is wise to spend the first few days witnessing its cultural, historical and natural attractions, and in the few days that are left, have a look on how impressive the nightlife, dining destinations, shopping centers, entertainment, and festivals are.
London owns some of the world’s famous sights: Big Ben, The Eye, Buckingham Palace, the Tower of London, Westminster Abbey and the Palace of Westminster… the list just goes on and on. And because London has a dramatic and engrossing history, getting to know even just a bit of it must be part of the itinerary, and what better way to have a glimpse of it than by touring its prominent museums including the Natural History Museum and The British Museum.
And not to be missed are the city’s grand parks, most especially the ones under the royal estates such as St. James Park, Hyde Park, and Regent’s Park. The exciting journey begins by riding the iconic red double-decker car or through the famous London Black Minicab.
And when all these are done, it is time to head to Oxford Street or Carnaby Street and have the most awesome shopping experience. Afterwards, capping the day of through West End musical, some live comedy show or musical concert seals the fulfilling London getaway.