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Enjoy award-winning theatre, musicals, and plays only at London Theatre. With your London Theatre Tickets, enjoy last-minute bookings, flexible validity, preferred seating, and endless discounts. Watch outstanding shows such as The Lion King, Mamma Mia, Wicked, Tina, and many more.See Tickets
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A UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Tower of London is a quintessential British landmark that once served as an armory, a royal residence, and a prison. Book your Tower of London tickets now to learn about its fascinating history, enjoy a tour of the monumental Crown Jewels exhibit, and get combo tickets.See Tickets
Harry Potter London Tours

3Harry Potter London Tours

Our collection of Harry Potter London tours are specially-curated for fans still waiting for their letter! Discover props, costumes, and magical sets on a Warner Bros. Studio tour or visit famous filming locations on a Harry Potter London walking tour. Enjoy return transfers and guided tours with your experience.See Tickets
Kew Gardens Tickets

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Immerse yourself in the quiet of nature only at Kew Gardens in London. Spanning 120 hectares, it is home to lush gardens, various biomes, and over 50,000 plants. Book Kew Gardens tickets for unlimited access to all exhibits and combo experiences with popular attractions in London.See Tickets

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Bucket-list things to do in London

A city dating back to almost 2 millennia, there’s much to do, see and experience that makes up the quintessential London bucket list experiences. Hop on the famous double-decker red bus and book Buckingham Palace tours and tickets to see how the monarchs lived. Love art and culture? Enjoy theater in the West End district with your London Theatre tickets, or look at century's worth of artifacts from around the world in the British Museum. Experience the Westminster Abbey that Wordsworth wrote about, Big Ben, or grab Tower Bridge London tickets. Visit the stunning cathedral with your St. Paul’s Cathedral London tickets  or be dazzled by crown jewels with Tower of London tickets. A nature lover? The world’s largest botanical garden awaits you with Kew Royal Botanical Gardens tickets. Be sure to get an aerial view of the city at the iconic London Eye. Want a quick retreat? Go on day trips from London or enjoy the lulling waters of the Thames on London’s Thames River Cruise—the choice is yours! 

Offbeat things to do in London

While there’s a lot of mainstream things to do in London, nothing’s more exciting than veering from the mundane and exploring a selection of offbeat things to do in London. If you love thrills and chills, join a Jack the Ripper tour. Food and beverage connoisseurs can indulge in some market-hopping through Borough Market, Camden Market and more, or gorge on local delicacies at Spitalfields and Brick Lane. A quaint yet vibrant Little Venice trip or a sip ‘n’ bite with a view at the exclusive Sky Garden guarantees a soulful addition. Don’t forget to add standing on two time zones at the Prime Meridian in Greenwich and a photo sesh at the minimally aesthetic Tulip Stairs to your list!

Entertainment in London

The center of all things English literature, there’s no denying that London has contributed to the world's finest dose of entertainment. From plays to musicals, operas to cabarets, there’s plenty of entertainment in London. Enjoy the quintessential theater in the West End district with your London Theatre tickets. Musicals like Mamma Mia, The Lion King, and Wicked await you. Fancy good old theater? Book tickets to see the Bard’s many plays at Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre. If you’d rather an artsy affair, operas in London or ballets in London promise an engaging affair, especially through Swan Lake or the Nutcracker. Rather just become one with the act? A range of immersive theater experiences such as the Crystal Maze at Piccadilly Circus, or The Burnt City at Woolwich await you. The choice is yours. 

Nightlife in London

Whether you’re one to party or enjoy serenity, London offers you the best of nightlife. From Night cruises, bus tours, pubs, clubs, to secret bars, rest assured you’ll be spoilt for choice. If you’re one to drown in a city’s party scene, embark on a silent disco trip and hop from pub to pub and club to club, as you’ll discover London’s techno scene and an exhaustive list of hidden themed bars along the way. Looking for areas to hit up? Explore SoHo, Camden, Shoreditch, Greenwich, or Kensington. On the other end of the spectrum, indulge in one-of-a-kind tourist activities such as hopping on a night bus tour and enjoy iconic landmarks in London under the starlight or enjoy the same from a dinner cruise in London. If you're one for romance, stargazing at Hampstead Observatory or soaking in London’s twinkling skyline with your London Eye tickets promises a sight to marvel upon.

Local favorites in London

Who wouldn’t want to live like a Londoner? From curated picnics at Regent Park to grabbing a pint of local beer at a pub whilst watching football with the crowd— experiencing London like a local is a delight of its own.  Relish local London delicacies from food trucks, dig into a Sunday Roast at a local pub or grab a serving of fish and chips - either way, you’re in for a lip-smacking treat. Go for a swim at Hampstead Heath, or read a book at one of its many ponds - you’ll blend in in no time! Go green and ditch the cab, experience London’s famous underground tube and enjoy a walking tour of London instead. Spot the underground graffiti scene in East London or pop in at a niche local market and enjoy some fresh offerings, because living like a Londoner is a must-have experience. 

Shopping in London

There’s no denying that retail therapy is a foundational part of a tourist experience. Irrespective of your budget, London’s a shopper’s paradise. You can take your pick from the luxury boutiques dotted across Oxford Street, Bond Street, King’s Road, Harrods and St. James’ or the economical yet trendy stores lined up across the likes of Carnaby Street, Selfridges, Sloane Street, Knightsbridge and Notting Hill. If you’re looking to hit up some of London’s oldest shops, we’d reckon you add Regent Street and Jermyn Street to your list of destinations. Be it vintage stores, designer wear, bath and body care, or even accessories, London blends vintage and modern, luxury and economical, leaving something for everyone to indulge in. 

Kid-Friendly experiences in London

Indulge your kids in a rewardingly informative but environment with Kidzania London tickets complete with themed zones like Aviation Academy to the Radio Station. Looking for kid-friendly themed experiences? Your little ones are in for oodles of fun if you book Shrek’s Adventure London tickets, Thorpe Park Resort (1 day ticket) and Peppa Pig World express tour. Another fun activity for kids and adults alike is a theater performance. See some of the world’s greatest stories such as the Lion King, Marry Poppins, Frozen, Matilda and even Beauty and the Beast come to life on stage during some of the best West End Shows for kids. Rest assured, you’re in for a treat when it comes to things to do with kids in London.

Budget-friendly things to do in London

It’s indisputable that the city’s one of the world’s most expensive destinations. However, folks on a budget, you’re in luck— there’s an abundance of budget-friendly or free things to do in London. Book-lovers can find respite in the phone-box cum library at Tyrwhitt Road (Potterheads and Sherlockians, make sure to visit Platform 9¾ at King’s Cross Station and 221B Baker Street). Treat your eyes to artsy street performances at Covent Garden or get a free dose of laughter at Theatre Royal Stratford East on Mondays. Be sure to spectate Banksy’s works across London. A true treat for your senses? A breezy walk across London’s many bridges (Westminster Bridge, Millennium Bridge to name a few) or parks, paired with some fish, chips and ale afterwards (or authentic, scrumptious but affordable delicacies in Chinatown).

Romantic things to do in London

Like most European cities, London isn’t a stranger to romance. With the correct choice of experiences, you too can make lasting memories with your beloved. Nothing spells romance better than a romantic cruise in London with the sunset as a view to remember.  Sweep your lover off their feet with a cozy view of the city in a capsule 443 feet up in the sky at the London Eye. Get some exclusive time with each other amidst nature with day trips in London or explore the city hand in hand. Prefer something a bit more laid back? Enjoy a theatrical performance by booking romantic West End show tickets. There’s no better place to create a special moment for your beloved than in London. 

Art & Culture in London

Much awaits art lovers and history buffs in the treasure trove that’s London. Begin with exploring religious sites in London such as St. Paul’s Cathedral or Westminster Cathedral before staking out at various museums in London. Broaden your knowledge at sites such as the British Museums, V&A, Natural History Museum, Museum of London, and more where relics and artifacts dating back centuries await you. Learn more about the Great War at the Imperial War Museum. Engage in a visually stimulating session by gazing at over 2,000 pieces of art (including Van Gogh’s, Michelangelo’s, Da Vinci, Rembrandt, Goya and more) at The National Gallery. If you’d rather a modest blend of nostalgia and modernity, Tate Britain and Tate Modern will surely tickle your fancy. End your tour of museums in London by grabbing a click with your favorite celebs with your Madame Tussauds London tickets.

Film set tours in London

Follow the footprints of some of your favorite movie characters right in the heart of London. Set foot into some of the world’s most famous franchise sets and dive into fun activities, guided tours and much more. Be it Harry Potter, James Bond, Paddington or Sherlock, you’re sure to be awe-struck as you’re surrounded by the same settings as some of the most iconic movie scenes till date. Platform 9¾ at King’s Cross Station, Trafalgar Square, the MI6 building or even the marmalade-loving Paddington’s filming spots, don’t worry, we’ve got you covered. Enjoy a Harry Potter London tour, Paddington Bear Walking tour, James Bond walking tour and more!

Sports in London

Get your fill of all things sports-related with these experiences in London: Book a Wembley Stadium Guided Tour and explore one of the world’s most famous stadiums. If you find yourself in London between June or July, grab tickets and watch a nerve-wracking game at the Wimbledon Championship tournament. Fancy yourself a football fan and looking to hit up stadiums that are home to your favorite football club? Be sure to include Emirates Stadium if you're a fan of Arsenal Football Club, Stamford Bridge Stadium home of Chelsea FC, and White Hart Lane for Tottenham Hotspurs in your itinerary.

Plan Your Visit To London

London City Essentials

Best Time to Visit London

Know Before You Go

London Travel Tips, and More

London Itineraries

Time Zone: GMT
Currency: Pounds
Country Code: +44
Language: English
Socket: Type G
Avg. Daily Cost: 149
Average yearly temperature: 6 to 14°C or 42 to 57°F

Climate Overview:

Similar to the rest of the UK, London’s year-round weather is characterized chiefly by seasonal humidity, overcast skies, and a mild, temperate air throughout. 

London in Spring: 

London during the spring time presents a time of occasional rain but a largely sunny yet pleasant weather. As the winter starts to thaw the city, tourists visiting London during the Spring are rewarded with flowers blooming throughout the city. Many holidays and celebrations such as Easter and the Oxford and Cambridge Boat Race take place during this time of the year, and the Kew Gardens are an excellent place to visit in Spring, owing to the blossoming blooms.

London in Summer:

London in Summer heralds peak tourist season for the city, and it is easy to see why. The weather is extremely pleasant, characterized by sunny and clear skies, breezy temperatures, and minimal rainfall. Tourists flocking to London during this time of the year make the most of the longer daylight hours and explore as many attractions during the daytime as possible. Summertime in London also sees various festivals such as the Notting Hill Carnival, so plan your travel wisely to avoid tourist crowds!

London in Autumn

Autumn in London brings a slight chill in the air, but the overall weather remains as mild and pleasant as always. Both tourists and Londoners love to explore the city on foot this time of the year, as streets and parks are lined with autumnal hues on trees. Most festivals take place during this time of the year, such as the London Design Festival and the Trafalgar Day Parade. It does get colder after the sun has set, so it’s wise to travel with some form of outerwear - like a jacket.

London in Winter

While the weather is significantly colder during the winter, tourists are not deterred from exploring London in the least. The climate is still pleasant, albeit the need to travel with heavy, padded clothing and an umbrella - since rains are frequent this time of the year. Snow-related activities are common, as the city is a veritable winter wonderland.
London offers something for everyone at all times of the year, though depending on your preference, there are some highlight times to visit.
For Sightseers: The winter and spring months, all the way up to April, are perfect for sightseers who are trying to avoid the usual large crowds of tourists all vying to go to the same locations. With cooler temperatures, these months are great for sightseeing at spots that are otherwise jam-packed.
For Festival-Goers: With a ton of festivals being held around the months of September and October, the city is abuzz with excitement as the weather gets slightly cooler. Those who are hoping to catch London in the throes of the festive season need to plan their trip around these months. 
For Travelers: For people taking a longer trip or those who are passing through London and exploring the city in the process can expect budget deals on their hotel stays during the Spring months of March and April, as well as the Autumn months of September and October.

Wi-Fi and SIM Card

Once you’ve landed at the London airport, one of the first things you may want to consider is if you need to purchase a new SIM card for the duration of your stay. Without one, you may be stuck with limited data consumption and the inability to make international phone calls or send text messages. Thankfully, you have loads of SIM card options to choose from in London.
Things to consider:
  • Among the different types of SIM cards offered in London, PAYG (pay-as-you-go) and prepaid options are arguably the best for tourists.
  • If you don’t see yourself using a significant amount of data on your phone, you can opt for a low-cost prepaid plan and use the public Wi-Fi for your internet needs.
  • If you plan to visit other European countries, try purchasing a prepaid plan offered by an operator that provides free or discounted EU roaming.
  • Expect each SIM to have vastly different network speeds in different parts of the city. For the highest coverage, choose EE or O2.

Daily Budget

  1. Average: The average daily costs of exploring London are around £149 per day. 
  2. Budget: For those looking to experience London while on a tight budget can bring their expenditure down to £56 per day.
  3. Luxury: If budget isn’t a concern and you can afford to splurge while exploring London, you can expect to spend around £423 per day.

Visa

As a tourist in the UK, you’ll be required to apply for a Standard Visitor visa before you enter the country. This visa is valid for a period of up to six months, and you must fulfill the eligibility criteria in order to be granted the Standard Visitor visa.
Things to consider: 
  • You will need to apply online for a Standard Visitor visa, after which you will have to attend an appointment wherein you prove your eligibility and furnish the required documents.
  • It is good to check whether you need a Standard Visitor visa at all, as some countries are exempt from the visa requirement, provided their stay in the UK is limited to six months. 

Public Transportation in London

Luckily for tourists, the public transportation system in London is one of the best in the world. You can choose from the London Underground (or the Tube) or buses to make your way around London. 
  • If you’re planning to take public transport at any point of your stay, it is extremely important for you to purchase a Visitor Oyster Card. This will make your travel cheaper and more seamless, as buses in London don’t typically accept cash payments.
  • You can choose to take the bus as your preferred form of public transport because while it’s slower, it allows you to take in the sights around you - making the best of your time spent traveling!
  • There’s plenty of options for airport transfers in London or attractions transfers in London that make your time there hassle-free while not draining your wallet. 
  • Don’t miss out on using the Tube at least once during your stay (it’s a must have London experience)

Things to know:

  • Driving: If you’re planning to rent a car and drive around in London, you should be prepared for the fact that Londoners drive on the left side of the road.
  • Tipping: Tipping after a meal is optional in London, and if your cheque already has a 10% service charge added to it, it is not necessary to tip in addition to that.
  • There’s tons of handy apps like City Mapper and the Tube app which can help you navigate the confusing network of public transport with ease.

Budgeting tips to know:

  • Eat street food: Not only is the street food in London cheap, but it is also delicious - even more so than restaurants, some might argue. To imbibe the local flavor of the city and stick to your budget, try to seek out as many of these local eateries as possible. 
  • Free attractions: Not all of London’s attractions need you to pay an entry fee to visit. There are many historically important attractions you can head to without spending a single dime.
  • If you’re planning to head to a lot of London’s most popular attractions like the Tower of London and the Shard, invest in city passes in London- it gives you free access to over 90 attractions AND the city’s public transport!
When you’re thirsty, don’t hesitate to drink from the taps in London. You can save on a lot of money by not purchasing water.

Local festivals to know:

  • Notting Hill Carnival: A time of colorful celebration by the West Indian population in London, the Notting Hill carnival takes place every August. This festival is known for its loud and glorious merrymaking, in addition to the awe-inspiring floats and costumes donned on by the people. Caribbean food and dance, of course, is a notable part of the celebration.
  • Bonfire Night: The famous Gunpowder Plot, on the fifth of November, was an event that’s hugely significant for London’s history. Marking the day of the failed attack by Guy Fawkes, the Bonfire Night is a celebration that sees a massive number of fireworks - and, of course, bonfires.
  • Christmas: The holiday season at the end of the year is one of the most important times for London, as the city is decked out in gorgeous displays of Christmas lights, carolers, giant Christmas trees, and ice skating rinks. Visitors in London during Christmas can head to London’s popular attractions to take in the festive spirit and explore London’s Christmas markets.
There’s so much to see and do in London that planning your trip there can be overwhelming, to say the least. Luckily, depending on the duration of your visit to London, you can choose a pre-planned itinerary and make it your personal London travel guide for a hassle-free traveling experience.

1 day Itinerary
If you have one day in London,  make the most of it by beginning your day by hitting up the morning markets of your choice and then head on over to Westminster Abbey and visit previous monarchs in their tombs. Spend the afternoon absorbing history at the Tower of London (must see: The Crown Jewels) and St. Paul’s Cathedral London. End your afternoon with a sunset cruise on the Thames, before visiting the ever famous Globe Theater and Trafalgar Square. Mark the end of your visit by enjoying a phenomenal aerial view of London from the Shard.
3 days Itinerary
If you want to explore London in 3 days , we’d reckon you explore a more eclectic mix of what London has to offer. Spend a day hitting up prime locations and landmarks like Camden Market, Tower of London, St. Paul’s Cathedral, Tower Bridge and end the day with a Thames dinner cruise. Add a dash of pop and contemporary culture to the mix by enjoying a Harry Potter tour and then a West End Show on your second day. Follow it up with a view of London at the Shard. Spend your final day with a tour of Buckingham Palace before heading onto a tour of Wembley Stadium. Enjoy aquatic life at SEA Life London in the PM before walking over to the London Eye for a splendid glittering view.
5 days Itinerary
Got 5 days in London and looking to create a memorable London experience? A planned 5 day London itinerary will help you cover most of the city efficiently. Spend the first day experiencing a hop-on-hop-off bus tour to your favorite destinations, looking over the city from the London eye and exploring the bustling district of Covent Garden on foot. Enjoy a slice of history and culture on your second day by including the following: Tower of London, Borough Market, and Globe Theater. Your third day includes a visit to the famous Camden Market and a film tour of your choice (Harry Potter, James Bond or Sherlockーthe choice is yours). Enjoy a day full of entertainment on your fourth day: explore Buckingham Palace and the changing of guards, the Piccadilly Circus and end of your day with a theater show at the famous West End district. Conclude your stay in London by exploring on foot: Notting Hill to the artsy Shoreditch and the aerial O2, much awaits you!

London FAQs

What is London known for?

One of the most popular cities for tourists to visit in the world, London has long since been renowned for its rich history and heritage. Most of the attractions in the city have seen centuries of civilisations, providing a cultural context to the landmarks that is impossible to find anywhere else. Additionally, London also remains the seat of the current monarch and its royal offerings. From the majestic architecture of St. Paul Cathedral to the thousands upon thousands of blooms at Kew Gardens, London has a place to visit for everybody - whether for the art-enthusiast, theater fanatic, or pop culture geek. Find yourself amongst the classical poets, remnants of the kings and queens of old, medieval castles and cathedrals, museums with artifacts around the world, filming locations and more. London is a treasure trove for all sorts of tourists. 
A comprehensive London travel guide will allow you to make the most of your visit.

What are the top 10 things to do in London?

  1. Nature lovers can find endless solace in the 50,000 (and more!) varieties of flora at one of the world’s largest botanical gardens. Experience this and more with your Kew Royal Botanical Gardens tickets.
  2. View the historical gems of London, the Crown Jewels in a priceless exhibit with your Tower of London tickets
  3. Catch a panoramic view of the entire city of London while being 135 meters up in the sky, atop one of London’s most iconic attractions, only with your London Eye tickets.
  4. Explore the marine world like never before, up close and personal at SEA Life London. Browse through 7,000 creatures across 14 themed zones with your SEA Life London Aquarium tickets.
  5. The once in a lifetime opportunity of viewing London from 310 meters up in the air while sipping a glass of champagne can be experienced by heading to the Shard.
  6. Potterheads can have a field day with Harry Potter London tours tickets as they look at the magic of the Harry Potter movies from up close, exploring filming locations like Platform 9 ¾ and the Forbidden Forest.
  7. Theater buffs and curious tourists alike can have the time of their lives heading to a West End or Off-West End Show to view classics like Les Miserables and Mamma Mia! in person. There’s much on offer with your London Theatre tickets.
  8. Get a photo-op next to your favorite celebrity as you head to Madame Tussauds, the wax museum exhibit that brings famous celebrities, pop culture characters, and iconic figures through history alive (well, almost!). Book your Madame Tussauds London tickets today.
  9. Glide along London’s pride and joy. Hop on the famous London’s Thames River Cruise and see some mesmerizing views of the city all around you.
  10. Enjoy a spooky experience as you participate in the various rides and shows with your London Dungeon tickets

What are some free things to do in London?

Exploring London as a tourist does not have to come at a steep cost, as there are several free things to do in London while you’re there. Iconic experiences such as watching the changing of the guard ceremony at Buckingham Palace, visiting the futuristic Science Museum, going to the historical conservatory at the Royal Academy of Music are all completely free of cost! Book-lovers can find respite in the phone-box cum library at Tyrwhitt Road (Potterheads and Sherlockians, make sure to visit Platform 9¾ at King’s Cross Station and 221B Baker Street). Treat your eyes to artsy street performances at Covent Garden or get a free dose of laughter at Theatre Royal Stratford East on Mondays

When is the best time to visit London?

Depending on the purpose of your travel or the kind of traveler you are, you may prefer London during different times of the year. Arguably, the best time to visit London is between the months of March and May, as the winter has usually abated during this time and the warm weather and sunny skies allow for more sightseeing opportunities. For those who want to catch a glimpse of London in its festive garb can visit the city during September to October for a taste of London’s autumnal colors.

How many days are needed to visit London? 

It is possible to cover some popular attractions in London in the span of one day, but so as to not rush yourself, around three days at least are needed to explore London at a decent pace. You can opt for several tours such as walking tours or guided tours if you’re drawing a blank as to where to start, or simply explore one of our itineraries based on the number of days you’re planning to visit London for! If you’re in a rush however and looking to cover as much of London as you can efficiently then opt for London city pasess that promises a seamless experience. 

What are the best things to do in London with kids?

There’s much to do for kids in London,  with many of its attractions tailor-made to appeal to the little ones. Book these tickets to promise your kids a day filled with fun:

What are some things to do alone in London?

For solo travelers, London does not fall short of fun and exhilarating activities to experience. Here are some amazing things you can do if you find yourself exploring London alone:
  • Watch a West End or Off-West End show for some culturally stimulating entertainment with your London Theatre tickets.
  • Take a self-guided tour so you can explore the city’s many offerings at your own pace.
  • Visit the markets in London in order to get a whiff of the local culture while on a budget (don’t forget Columbia Road Market’s magical flowers).
  • There’s nothing like taking a day trip from London to explore newer (and less populated) territories, especially if you’re traveling solo.
  • For literature-enthusiasts, Shakespeare’s Globe is an unmissable landmark where you can get to know everything there is to know about the bard’s life. This and more with your Shakespeare’s Globe Theater tickets
  • Explore the Sky Garden at your own pace, and absolutely free of cost too.

What are some unusual and unique things to do in London?

If you’re looking to stray off the beaten path and do something a bit more unusual, you can participate in experiences such as visiting the British Film Institute’s Mediatheque, going on the Dare Skywalk (not for the faint of heart), going on a self-guided street art tour (Croydon is especially underrated), or going sightseeing in one of London’s weirdest museums like the Clown’s Gallery and Museum.

What are some fun things to do on the weekend in London?

In London, you’re always bound to find something to do at any point of time - especially on the weekend. You can do as the Londoners do by heading to a pub for a pint (beware, it’s a different measurement than what you’re probably used to), going to the Tate Modern for a look into whatever exhibit they’ve got on, watching a Friday evening showing at the London Theater, enjoying bottomless brunch at London’s iconic restaurants - the possibilities are endless!

Where can I go shopping in London?

Need some retail therapy to destress? Head to these locations in London for a great shopping experience:
  • The Brunswick Centre
  • Liberty London at Regent Street
  • Westfield
  • Harrods
  •  Oxford Street
  •  Bond Street
  •  King’s Road

How do I get around London?

Owing to the public transport system being top-notch in London, you can choose to take the London Underground (the Tube), or the bus to get around the city.

Where should I stay in London?

As a first-time visitor to London, if you want to see all of London’s top attractions during your stay, it is the best idea to be staying in Central London as it would drastically decrease your commute time.

What food is famous in London?

London has long since had a reputation for serving up bland food, but the current reality is far from it. With delicious treats like Bangers and Mash, Fish and Chips, and the sweetly scrumptious Eton Mess, British food is simply impossible to pass up.

Which are the best tours in London?

Is London safe to visit?

London is a generally safe city to visit for tourists, though it is important to be alert when you’re traveling around the city (especially during the night) as rates for petty crime have increased in recent years.

Is London expensive?

All things considered, London is one of the most expensive cities in the world - both to reside in and to visit. Most of London’s popular attractions will have you emptying your wallet a bit, but don’t let this deter you - London is also a city which offers hundreds of free attractions, so it’s more than possible to be on a budget while in London.

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“It was a magical day out! I wish we had had a little more time to listen to some of the videos about how the film was made, but we wanted to see everything so we couldn't hang about for too long. Just amazing to see the sets and all the work that went into making the films. The coach service to and from London was simple and seamless. We had a great day and would definitely recommend it!”
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