A Traditional London Itinerary With the London Pass

England, London Guide (B): A Traditional London Itinerary With the London Pass

London – Europe’s largest city and one of the most famous capitals in the world. Incredibly iconic, vibrant and diverse, London is for everyone. There are a plethora of attractions, museums, historical sites, modern architectural structures, theaters, cafes, pubs and restaurants to fit everyone’s desires! For first-timer visitors to London, it can all seem a bit overwhelming trying to figure out where to begin, what should you see in London and how to cram it all in in a short amount of time without going overboard.

So I’ve put together the perfect three-day itinerary which includes many of London’s major attractions, a few lesser known spots, the kitschy hot spots and places to visit for free in London, taking you through many of London’s most popular neighborhoods including Westminster, Southwark, Kensington and Camden! For many, London will be the gateway to a life of travel!

London is home to one of Europe’s busiest airport hubs, London Heathrow, including four other main airports which are Gatwick, Stansted, Luton and London City. If you’re flying in from outside of Europe, you will most likely arrive into London Heathrow. If you’re arriving by budget airlines from within Europe, you’re more likely to arrive at the other four airports, especially Gatwick or Stansted. Upon arrival, you can easily hop aboard the train and head into London either from Gatwick to London or Standsted to London. If you plan on spending several consecutive days in London, I highly recommend NOT renting a car and driving in London. Trust me when I say, you really don’t want to drive in the capital!! The entire capital is thoroughly connected via the Underground (the Tube), the Overground and buses.  ...... (follow the instructions below for accessing the rest of this article).
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Guide Name: A Traditional London Itinerary With the London Pass
Guide Location: England » London
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Article (B))
Sight(s) featured in this guide: Peggy Porschen Cakes   The Royal Mews   Buckingham Palace   Churchill War Rooms   Westminster Abbey   The Houses of Parliament   Big Ben   Westminster Bridge   Queen’s Walk   Trafalagar Square   National Gallery   National Portrait Gallery   Piccadilly Circus   Regent Street   Fortnum and Mason   Covent Garden   Laduree   Neal’s Yard   Tower Bridge Exhibition   Tower of London   Leadenhall Market   The Shard   The Barrow Boy and Banker   Borough Market   Shakespeare’s Globe   St. Paul’s Cathedral   Millennium Bridge   The Sky Garden   The Waterside Cafe   Camden Market   Kensington Palace   The Churchill Arms  
Author: Lorelei Frey
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