Planning A London City Break

London Eye

London is the perfect city break location. Whether planning a girl’s trip or family holidays, the city has something for everyone, and you won’t be disappointed. From famous and luxurious landmarks to delicious food, you are certain to find something to do and will not be bored whether you stay for one night or two weeks. Let’s see how to realize this amazing London city break.

One thing you can guarantee about London is that it will be busy. Whether for a bank holiday summer scorcher or a cosy December trip, London is incredibly popular. So planning in advance is the best way to approach a visit.

Getting to London

Fortunately, London is very easily accessible via train, and this is arguably the best way to travel there. With a host of central train stations, the fun starts as soon as you arrive or even during your journey.

Tower Bridge
Tower Bridge, London

No need to worry about a long commute to your accommodation or first activity for sure… London has monitored congestion zones, meaning it can be very costly to travel via car.

Where to stay

The options for where to stay in London are endless. You should first decide on the type of accommodation that will suit you best. If you are travelling with young children, you may prefer to go for an Airbnb where you can make yourself more at home, have access to a kitchen, etc.

Bulgari Hotel London
Bulgari Hotel London

While if you are looking for a more luxurious weekend, opt for one of London’s many hotels instead. Location of the hotel will entirely depend on what you have planned for during your stay so think about it.

What to do

You will be completely spoilt for choice when deciding what to do. For a first time, it is worth exploring central London and discovering its most famous landmarks like Buckingham Palace. If you want the best views, check out the London Eye or visit the Sky Garden as an alternative.

Tour on the London Eye
Tour on the London Eye

While if you prefer the theatre, no trip to London is complete without a visit to the West End to see a show. For the foodies, London is home to a range of Michelin-star restaurants as well as an impressive street food scene.  For football fans, if there is a big match on, it is well worth attending just to experience the atmosphere. The same can also be said for music concerts, which are incredibly popular in London’s larger stadiums right through to its tiniest venues.

Whatever you choose to do in London, you are sure to have an amazing time, enjoy!

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