London is the first city that comes to mind when people think of England, and this city, which attracts countless tourists every year, must have its special charm. In this article, we'll introduce you to the itinerary of the London tour.
In London, you can spend a whole day getting to know the city's city centre. Because of the concentration of sights and attractions in central London, this article suggests that you take a walking tour so that you can not only wander through the different streets and alleys of London but also get a better feel for the local life and scenery. If you want to go to places far from the city centre, don't worry, London's city transportation is very well developed and almost every part of the city can be reached by bus or subway. Therefore, purchasing the Oyster Card, London's proprietary transportation card, is very convenient for you to get around. Not only will it save you the time of standing in line to buy a ticket, but you will also enjoy a discount on the price.
First of all, you can't go wrong with an authentic English breakfast! English breakfasts are famous around the world, not only for representing the British way of life but also for the rich ingredients that ensure you have an energetic morning. Imagine sitting on the streets of London, enjoying a hearty and delicious English breakfast to start your journey in London. After breakfast, you can take a stroll to the nearby National Gallery of England, which houses the works of so many famous artists and experience the art styles of different periods. Nearby is the British National Gallery in Trafalgar Square, which has a very ornamental fountain.
After a short break, you can head to Soho, the liveliest area in London, which is a great place to see the sights and taste the food. Shopping lovers will love this area, which has a huge number and variety of brands, and if you're lucky you'll get a great discount. If you love oriental food, then London's Chinatown is the place for you. With a wide range of Chinese and South East Asian restaurants, Chinatown becomes very busy in the evening and many people come here to try the most authentic oriental food. Not only that, but Chinatown is also near London's famous shopping district, with numerous theatres and bars along the road, so if you like nightlife, you won't be disappointed here.
Head to the River Thames at night, where the famous London landmark, the London Eye, stands on the banks of the Thames. The London Eye is beautifully lit at night with colourful lights and beautiful shadows reflecting in the river. You can also ride the London Eye and enjoy the beautiful night view of London. However, you need to buy a ticket to ride the London Eye, so visitors better buy the ticket in advance to save time in queues.