Located on the Thames, London is stunning and wonderful presents. Capital of England and the United Kingdom, is one of the leading cities worldwide.
London is a city of contrasts, a place where top executives with punks, late model cars with bikes or more conservative monarchy discos and clubs most advanced and innovative in the world.
What to do: London is a great city and requires at least four days to learn the basics. The most interesting monuments and sites to visit include Westminster Abbey and Cathedral, Big Ben, Buckingham Palace, the Tower of London and Bridge, St. Paul's Cathedral, the Houses of Parliament, Downing Street, Covent Garden , Trafalgar Square and the London Eye.
Parks iconic Hyde Park and Regent's Park, give us the ability to make a stop in our hectic day of visits. Also worth visiting the Holland Park.
London has many outdoor markets very interesting, where you can find literally everything. We recommend Notting Hill markets, Camden Market and Portobello.
The museums in London are free and contain the largest collections of art and world culture and history. We recommend the British Museum, Natural History Museum, the Victoria & Albert Museum, the National Gallery, the Tate Gallery and the Museum of London ... but there are many more!
- Walking around Harrod's and Fortnum & Mason.
- Make in a picnic in Hyde Park
- Take tea in a teapot and eating bagels with cream and jam, snacks, sandwiches and tempting cakes ... very british!
- Go see a musical.
- Take a pint of beer in an English pub.
When to go: Like most European cities, the best time to visit is spring and summer. London is humid and rainy, but is unaffected by cold, damp and dark, you can avail the cheapest rates for hotels and flights to visit this city during the fall and winter.