LONDON - Not to miss list
London, England
restaurants • shopping
Posted over 5 years ago
Harrods Food Hall
If you are epicurious or a simple foodie, Harrod's Food Hall is like a playground for gluttonous behavior. I know it is for me!
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London, United Kingdom
experience
Posted over 5 years ago
City Cruises Westminster Pier
A cruise along the River Thames allows you to view London from a different angle. You can hop on and hop off at different locations along the waterway. Or stay on board and catch famous London views such as Tower Bridge, The Tower of London and the London Eye.
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London, England
experience
Posted over 5 years ago
hop on hop off bus
The best way to get your bearings in London is a Hop on Hop Off Bus. You can also use it for transportation to famous landmarks. Riding this bus allows you to view the lay of the land so to speak. London is huge! Hop on Hop off's are great especially if it is your first time or if you have children.
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London, England
experience
Posted about 5 years ago
Trafalgar Square
This main square is located in the heart of London and is where the National Gallery and Portrait Gallery can be found.
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London, England
experience
Posted about 5 years ago
Big Ben
Big Ben... Parliament! Don’t forget to get a glimpse and photo at one of the world’s most famous clocks right above Parliament.
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London, England
experience
Posted about 5 years ago
Westminster Abbey
One of the most famous and beautiful cathedrals with many notables and royals buried inside.
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London, England
experience
Posted about 5 years ago
Harrods
No visit to London is complete without a visit to London’s most famous store. The food hall is my favorite and so are the “Harrod’s “ branded bags and gifts.
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London, England
outdoors
Posted about 5 years ago
Hyde Park Corner (Stop M)
If you are to visit one park in London, visit Hyde Park. Beautiful gardens and green lawns make for a lovely relaxing few hours in this busy city.
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London, England
experience
Posted about 5 years ago
Buckingham Palace
In the summer, you can purchase tickets to view the inside of Buckingham Palace. During the rest of the year, you can view the changing of the guards which is extraordinary to watch.
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London, England
experience
Posted about 5 years ago
Harvey Nichols
Upscale shopping across the street from Harrod’s. Designer clothing and a fun food floor to browse or buy from.
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London, England
experience
Posted about 5 years ago
Tower of London (Stop TB)
Tower of London is the castle within London and sits on the River Thames. A visit inside is a must if you are visiting to see how royalty from the past lived.
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London, England
experience
Posted about 5 years ago
Bond Street
A shopper’s paradise can be found on Bond Street for all budgets.
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London, England
experience
Posted about 5 years ago
Camden Town
Camden Town is an eclectic shopping district in London. It has funky and fun shops and boasts incredible eats, like The Cheese Bar!
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London, England
experience
Posted about 5 years ago
Piccadilly Circus
Not a circus but a circle! A great place for food, shopping and bars. It is alive with energy and a fun place to people watch.
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London, England
cafe
Posted about 5 years ago
Fortnum & Mason
An upscale store that is over 300 years old that offers gourmet food, lovely finds and delicious cafes. The ice cream sundaes from “The Parlour” are a favorite of mine!
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London, England
experience
Posted about 5 years ago
Golden Tours
There are several day tour companies that start off in London. Using London as a home base to see Stonehenge, castles and other cities is a great way to make your trip easy. You can find different day Tours that will last half a day to a full day.
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