London is one of the most visited cities in the world for obvious reasons. Whether you are visiting for business or fun, the Capital city has something for everyone. If you are travelling with kids, there are plenty of kid-friendly activities to take them to London. Explore the Science Museum, Plonk Golf, Olympic Park, and many others.

Now that things are gradually going back to the way they were before the pandemic, more places are opening their doors to visitors, but with strict social distance and sanitisation guidelines.

Although London has a reputation for being one of the most expensive cities to visit, countless places are free to visit. The city is packed with many tourist attractions including Kensington Gardens, Victoria Park, Albert Museum, and many others. If you find yourself overwhelmed by the share amount of things that you can do while visiting London, you should sign up for a city tour to enjoy the city’s best spots.

Take a bus tour

One of the easiest ways to see the best that London has to offer is with a bus tour. The advantage here is that you will be able to spot some of the coolest monuments and structures located in the city while lounging on the bus. Many of these tour buses have built-in audio tour guides, and you can hop on and hop off whenever you like. Explore some of the city’s most iconic sites including the London Eye, Buckingham Palace, St Pauls Cathedral and others.

Crazy Golfing

Planning a visit to London with your little ones? Ensure you visit any of the Plonk Golf venues around the city. Plonk Golf has some of the most exciting crazy golf venues in London. The 9-hole courses are suitable for visitors of all ages and skill level. Plonk Golf venues have more to offer than just crazy golfing including arcade games, ping pong, board games. They have indoor and outdoor venues located in the city including Horniman Museum, Camden Market, and London Fields. 

Piccadilly Circus

If you are looking for the buzz, Piccadilly Circus is where you ought to be. Often compared to Times Square, Piccadilly Circus is where the fun is concentrated in London since it is the meeting point for the busiest roads in the city, making it the hub of activity in the city. This area is the perfect reflection of the city’s liveliness and buzz. If you are a nightcrawler, then you should consider a bar and restaurant hopping in Piccadilly.

The London Eye

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One of the most popular tourist sites that visitor looks forward to exploring. Sign up to enjoy a breathtaking view of the city from one of the glass capsules on the London Eye. You will get the opportunity to see some of London’s landmarks from hundreds of metres above the ground. The best part is that the capsules offer a 360-degree view as the capsule rotates.

St Paul’s Cathedral

The world-famous St Paul’s Cathedral is a magnificent structure that is a major part of London’s skyline. The building is home to some of the world’s famous art, sculptures and intricate mosaics.

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