London Guide

Are you planning to visit London for the first time?

You already know how to reach the city centre in a quick and convenient way. Here are some tips on what to do in London to squeeze the most out of your trip!

It is just incredible how much there is to do in the city!

Have a look at the long list of London’s best attractions
– Palace of Westminter
– Big Ben
– The Parliament
– Buckingham Palace
– London Eye
– Trafalgar Square
– Picadilly Circus
– Oxford Circus
– The district of Soho
– Camden Town and Camden Market
– Carnarby and Regent Street for shopping maniacs
– British Museum
– Tate Modern

If you are confused and not sure where to start your sightseeing, please check out our selection of the fun (and saving money) activities in London!

The London Bridge Experience & London Tombs: a scary tour with zombies!

Would you like to see the scariest attraction in England? If the answer is yes, book The London Bridge Experience & London Tombs tour! During the tour you will Immerse yourself in the history of the area and learn about the first version of the bridge (built by the Romans in 50 AD), and the current version from 1979. The live guide will also tell you about the series of strange accidents and murders that took place in the years in-between. Then, you will wander beneath the bridge, through abandoned public toilets, and malfunctioning nuclear power plants, accompanied by scary monsters and zombies that pop out of nowhere.

The Shard: an unforgettable 360 degree view of London.

You are tired of sightseeing? Get to relax in the sky! Jump in a high-speed elevator takes you to the viewing platforms of The Shard, with an unbelievable 360 degree view of London.
The Shard, designed by world-renowned Italian architect Renzo Piano, is the tallest building in the European Union and the 87th tallest building in the world. You will have a rare opportunity to admire the London Eye, The Tower of London, St. Paul’s, the Thames and many more London’s top attractions from more than 300 meters above the city.

BOOK ONLINE and SAVE £6 (the tickets booked online are £6 cheaper than you’d pay at the door!)

Kew Gardens & Palace: orangery, jungle plants, art galleries and restaurants in one place!

Do you need to get some fresh air? Visit the largest botanical gardens in the world!
Founded in 1840, the Kew Gardens occupy 121 hectares of space and host 30,000 different kinds of plants! Hanging around, you can admire, among others, the Temperate House, the largest Victorian glasshouse in the world, the Classical-style brick Kew Palace, the 18-meter high Treetop Walkway and smell the citrus plants in the Orangery! All art lovers can pop into the two different art galleries located in the gardens- the Marianne North Gallery and the Shirley Sherwood.
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