London, United Kingdom Travel Guide

London, United Kingdom Travel Guide

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London is the capital of the United Kingdom. It is known for its beautiful landmarks, iconic structures, and history spanning nearly two millennia. With an advanced economy and cultural destinations – London attracts millions of people worldwide.

London is a confederal metropolis home to cities, mayors, cathedrals, chambers of commerce, police forces, and universities.

London is also famously known for its beautiful landscape. With its beautiful weather and cold climate – London is a destination of choice for tourists looking to escape from temperate climates. The center of entertainment, fashion, commerce, and science and technology – London is a place everyone should get to visit at least once in their lives.


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Min 1 day

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Accessibility Level – High

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Pound sterling

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While it is generally a very safe city, London is packed with tourists. That attracts pickpockets, especially in popular landmarks.

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There are many reasons to visit London, some of them are:

Go Shopping: London is the world’s cultural, historical, and scenic capital. It is also home to the world’s best shopping malls, fashion shows, and upcoming trends. There are plenty of flagship stores on Oxford Street and London Bristles. However, Portobello Road in Notting Hill is ideal if you want a taste of traditional shopping.

Visit the Thames River: Thames River is one of the most popular attractions of London. Tourists can enjoy tours along the river.

Explore Historical Attractions: From the London Eye and Madame Tussauds to the Houses of Parliament and Westminster Abbey – London is home to the world’s most famous historical attractions.

Diverse Accommodation Options: Whether you’re visiting London as a tourist or for professional reasons – London has plenty of accommodation options available to suit your needs.

Transportation: London has a well-connected public transportation system, making commutes easy for locals and tourists.

Free Attractions: London is a city that can be enjoyed to its fullest, even when you’re on a budget. Free attractions such as the National Gallery, the Science Museum, the National History Museum, and the British Museum make it possible.

You can also find free tours at GuruWalk.

Don’t have time to plan the trip, check out this itinerary for a weekend in London, designed for a couple or solo traveler.


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Best Time To Visit

lightbulb icon Remember to check the weather forecast few days before the trip and before heading to the airport.

There is no bad time to visit the English capital, but still, there are times more recommended than others.

The best time to visit the capital city is between March and May because the temperatures are moderate and the parks are greener. However, air ticket fares and accommodation fees are also higher during the prime tourist season. So, if you’re on a budget, visiting London from fall to winter is also a good idea.

The high season in London is during the summer months. Although the rain and humidity can still supersize, the weather is warmer, and there are many events going on in the city.

December is also a popular time to visit London. During the holidays you’ll find the streets are crowded with both locals and tourists.

Flights & Accommodations

The streets of London are filled with well-dressed people. So, be sure to pack nicer-looking clothing. However, it is unnecessary to dress fancy for most occasions unless you’re planning to attend high-end events.

In addition, the winters in London can get extremely cold, so carry heavier clothes if you’re traveling during the winter. Remember, a warm scarf and a pair of gloves are essential!

In London the rain could surprise at any moment, even during the summer, so make sure you pack an umbrella.

Events & Festivals

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