Visiting London in The Summer – Key Things To Do


London is arguably the best city in the world and even more so in the summer months. If you have the opportunity to visit the Capital of England then we highly recommend it. Visiting London can be an expensive trip so many people try to cram as many things to do in the shortest time possible. If it is your first time in the city, we have put together a list of the 3 attractions that are unmissable. If you are traveling to London from overseas and need to use a hotel for the day then daybreakshotels.com come highly recommended, great if you have a late night flight from one of the 3 major airports.

Buckingham Palace

No journey to London is complete without saying ‘hi’ to the Queen. Get off at Green Park Tube station and make the short walk where you will be amazed by this historic place. Buckingham Palace truly is the centerpiece of the constitutional monarchy of the United Kingdom and is an iconic place. Whilst there are tours around the Buckingham Palace, visiting it outside and watching the changing of the guard is just as worthwhile.

Whilst there are tours around the Buckingham Palace, visiting it outside and watching the changing of the guard is just as worthwhile.

Big Ben

Probably the most iconic sight in London is that of Big Ben, the nickname for the Great Bell of the clock at the north end of the Palace of Westminster in London. The clock is truly amazing sight and one that should be seen both in the day and at night. There are no tours that go inside the tower (unless written permission is granted) but none are needed to enjoy this world famous attraction. The clock is currently under going restoration work so there will be some construction taking place, however you will still be able to see the clock face throughout.

The clock is truly amazing sight and one that should be seen both in the day and at night

Tower of London

It is no surprise that The Tower of London is one the most popular and visited tourist attractions in the city. This historic castle on the River Thames has had a great importance in the history of England from being as treasury, prison, Royal Mint manufacturing site, arsenal and the storage of The Crown Jewels.

If you have had the chance to see all these attractions then there are hundreds of others to go a see including The London Eye, Hyde Park, Trafalgar Square, Soho, China Town, Piccadilly Circus, Oxford Street, the list goes on and on. For more information and the official tourism website of London then VisitLondon.com

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