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London City Guide

Planning a trip to London?

Whether you are fond of museums and culture, you want to enjoy the beauty of the city or discover trendy places to go, we have created for you this nice trip in London. The best in that: it is feasible in 1 day, and just over 10km walk! Discover our itinerary here.

Portobello Market

We will start with Portobello market in the vibrant district of Notting Hill. It is the largest British antiques market, famous for its colourful houses and its variety of food, clothes, music and other diverse bric-a-brac. Holland Park Next have a walk to Holland Park and take the time to admire the beautiful Orangery and Japanese Garden. If you fancy it, you can also visit the Design Museum, and appreciate exhibitions on fashion, architecture, graphics and digital design.

Hyde Park

Hyde Park is probably one of the greatest city parks in the world. It covers an area of 142 hectares, offers over 4000 trees, a large lake and ornamental flower gardens. When you get there, dip your toes in the Diana Memorial Fountain, rent a boat on the Serpentine and stroll alongside the Rose Garden.

Buckingham palace

You couldn’t visit London without saying hello to the Queen! Walk down to Buckingham palace and explores its majestic interiors. Don’t miss the Changing of the Guard ceremony at 11AM and walk through the palace gardens.

Westminster Abbey

Westminster Abbey was initially founded in 960AD by Benedictine monks, but the church we see today was first constructed by Henry III in 1245. It has been the final resting place of 17 monarchs and is one of the most important Gothic buildings in the country.

Big Ben

Next step: the emblematic Big Ben. Technically, Big Ben is the name given to the massive bell inside the clock tower, which weighs more than 13 tons. It was created in 1859 to be the largest clock in the world, and is today the must-see London attraction.

Trafalgar Square

If you go to London, don’t miss out Trafalgar Square! London’s most iconic public spaces and perhaps the most ostentatious reminder of the nation’s former imperial might, commemorating Britain’s triumph in the Napoleonic Wars.

National Gallery

At the top of Trafalgar square, stands the National Gallery of London. From Leonardo da Vinci to Van Gogh, the museum houses a collection of over 2,300 paintings and Masterpieces, from mid-13th to 20th century.

Covent Garden

Now head up to Covent Garden! Street performers, local food, casual taverns, art museums, and opera houses share the famous market place. And if you fancy some shopping, we bet you’re gonna spend some time (and money) in this wonderful area!


After a long day of walking… Time to relax! Enjoy a comedy show or a good Musical in London best theatre scene: Prince of Wales Theatre, Amused Moose Comedy or Soho Theatre. You will be spoilt for choice! Another great thing to do in Soho is to experience the bars and nightlife. Whether you are into more trendy cocktails, typical British pubs or Jazz bars, Soho is the place to be. China Town To end your day on a high, loose yourself in the streets of china town, admire its beautiful gate and red lanterns, and try authentic East Asian cuisine in the heart of London!

Enjoy every Bite.