One week to see all there is to see in London

Spending one whole week in London sounds like a dream, and it really is! The capital city of England has so many things you can see and activities you can do, that a mere city break is never enough. For this reason, your British week has to be planned accurately, so that you can manage to check out all the objectives, from the most famous to the ones no one knows about. here are some milestones you may want to keep in mind when planning the trip:

Visit the main attractions

If you are planning to visitare Londra in una settimana, it would be a shame not to visit the most relevant attractions of the European capital city. Seven days are enough for you to check objectives such as the Big Ben, Trafalgar Square, the Eye, Greenwich Park, Tower Bride, St Paul’s Cathedral, Madame Tussauds or Tower of London. These are definitely a must for anyone who comes to England, so make sure you have those on top of your list. What is actually amazing is that even if they are true landmarks, most of these objectives do not require admission fees, so you can see them all on a budget!

Discover secret London

After you have seen all the mainstream places in London, keep in mind there are many other secret spots few people know about. Among these, Saint Dunstan in the East, the Sky Garden, the Shri Swaminarayan Mandir temple, Camden town and market, the Barbican Conservatory and Kew Gardens are only some of things you have to see. These incredible and unusual attractions will make you feel as if you are not in London anymore, thus proving the huge diversity of this breathtaking European capital. It is exactly this great versatility that makes the city the perfect destination for absolutely anyone!

Outdoor attractions

If you visit London during summer or you are lucky enough to get a week of nice weather, then you must definitely visit some outdoor objectives as well. Few people know that the city has dozens of gardens and parks, so besides the central and majestic Hyde Park, you should venture and discover many other outer venues. Here are some suggestions: Royal parks (Regent’s, St Jame’s, Richmond and others), gardens (Phoenix, Soho Square, Bloomsbury, Holborn etc) and other places like the Japanese Roof Terrace, Greenwich Observatory Park or Lavender Fields.

 

Author: Nelson Rhodes

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