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Yuksel
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London, England

What to do and where to go in England (london) ?

I will be in London in 3 weeks. What are the best things to do in London?

Thank you


7 Answers

answered by
Philip from Leipzig

Camden Town - great market, street food canal walk past London ZooPrimrose Hill

London Bridge - view of Tower Bridge, Borough Market, view of River thames and Saint Paul's Cathedral, The Shard (Europe's tallest skyscraper), olde-world streets, historic pubs and buildings.  Nearby walk to Saint Katherine Docks for time away from the crowds, lots of private yachts

South Bank - entertainment, riverside views, street entertainment, good snacks

Covent Garden- good market, Apple Store, many bars and restaurants, street entertainment

Charing Cross - Nelson's Column, National Gallery, walk down The Mall to Buckingham Palace to see changing of the Guards, Horse Guards ParadeSt James's Palace

Parks - Green Park, Hyde Park, Kensington Gardens, St James's Park, Greenwich Park(great view), The Regent's ParkHampstead Heath (Great View)

Cruise down the Thames on a Clipper boat 6 pound(ish) past Big Ben, London Eye, Tower Bridge, Tower Bridge Rd, The Grenade, etc

FREE Museums - National History, Victoria & Albert, Science Museum, British Museum

Shoreditch High St - hipster nightlife, galleries, popup shops, popup restaurants, street food, street art, galleries, nearby Brick Lane (little India - curry and culture)

Shopping - New Oxford St- Huge chains, huge crowds, nearby Tottenham Court Rd for electronics and books.  Camden Market for unique clothing and quirky things.

Ride the DLR (Docklands Light Railway) - Monorail through the Docklands, past Canary Wharf (London's second tallest building) and financial district

City of London - Bank of England, Stock Exchange, cobbled streets, narrow passages, Monument London Underground Station to Great Fire of London

Whitehall Place- Big Ben, Parliment, House Of Commons, Westminster Abbey (paid entry), Westminster Cathedral(free)

St Martin-in-the-Fields, Leon, Royal Courts of Justice, Soho, Leicester Square, China Town London Market, Mayfairand so much much more.......

Ride - Red double deck buses, black cabs, The Tube (Underground).  Oystercard - electromagnetic prepay card for public transport available at underground stations and newsagents.

Eat - Fish n chips, street food, curry, international cuisine from every country, 

Pubs - Waxy O'Connor's (Piccadilly Circus), The Porterhouse (Covent Garden),The Anchor (London Bridge).  Nightlife all over - especially Covent Garden, Camden Town, Farringdon, & more hipster areas like ClaphamShoreditch


Day trips - Brighton (England)(The Lanes, alternative sops, cool bars, the beach, seaside pier, fish n chips, casino, quirky town centre, live music).  Historical - Cambridge (England), Oxford, .Bath


Just a few to get you started with, wander round and discovered for yourself!  


Cheers

Phil :=


Mentioned in this answer:

  1. Camden Town (neighborhood)
  2. London Zoo (attraction)
  3. Primrose Hill (attraction)
  4. London Bridge (attraction)
  5. Tower Bridge (attraction)
  6. Borough Market (attraction)
  7. Saint Paul's Cathedral (attraction)
  8. The Shard (attraction)
  9. Saint Katherine Docks (attraction)
  10. South Bank (neighborhood)
  11. Covent Garden (attraction)
  12. Charing Cross (neighborhood)
  13. Nelson's Column (attraction)
  14. National Gallery (attraction)
  15. Horse Guards Parade (attraction)
  16. St James's Palace (attraction)
  17. Green Park (attraction)
  18. Hyde Park (attraction)
  19. Kensington Gardens (attraction)
  20. St James's Park (attraction)
  21. Greenwich Park (attraction)
  22. The Regent's Park (attraction)
  23. Hampstead Heath (attraction)
  24. Big Ben (attraction)
  25. London Eye (attraction)
  26. Tower Bridge Rd (attraction)
  27. Shoreditch High St (attraction)
  28. New Oxford St (attraction)
  29. Tottenham Court Rd (attraction)
  30. Camden Market (attraction)
  31. Canary Wharf (attraction)
  32. Bank of England (attraction)
  33. Monument London Underground Station (attraction)
  34. Whitehall Place (attraction)
  35. House Of Commons (attraction)
  36. Westminster Abbey (attraction)
  37. Westminster Cathedral (attraction)
  38. St Martin-in-the-Fields (attraction)
  39. Leon (restaurant)
  40. Royal Courts of Justice (attraction)
  41. Soho (attraction)
  42. Leicester Square (attraction)
  43. China Town London Market (attraction)
  44. Mayfair (attraction)
  45. Waxy O'Connor's (restaurant)
  46. The Porterhouse (restaurant)
  47. The Anchor (restaurant)
  48. Farringdon (neighborhood)
  49. Clapham (neighborhood)
  50. Shoreditch (neighborhood)
  51. Brighton (England) (city)
  52. Cambridge (England) (city)
  53. Oxford (attraction)
  54. Bath (city)
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answered by
Helle from Thy, Denmark

Mentioned in this answer:

  1. Camden Lock Market (attraction)
  2. Covent Garden (attraction)
  3. Borough Market (attraction)
  4. Brick Lane (neighborhood)
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answered by
Jacqui from London

Hi Yuksel, 

London is full of amazing things to do and see, and three weeks will give you plenty of time to see many of them, and take a few day trips. 

If you have never visited before, use the first few days to get used to the city and its layout.

A suggested itinerary for your first day (wear your walking shoes!): 


Other things to do when you visit London: 


Most museums are free in London. For other free or budget things to do in London: http://www.neverendinghoneymoon.net/23-free-things-in-london/

Things to know before visiting London: http://www.neverendinghoneymoon.net/visiting-london/

For day trips from London: 

Royal Encounters: 5 day trips and weekend escapes from London

Day trip to Bristol

Countryside and Seaside: more day trips and weekend escapes from London

Have fun!!

Jacqui  


Mentioned in this answer:

  1. Big Ben (attraction)
  2. Westminster Abbey (attraction)
  3. St James's Park (attraction)
  4. Changing of the Horse Guards (attraction)
  5. Buckingham Palace (attraction)
  6. Green Park (attraction)
  7. Fortnum & Mason (attraction)
  8. Piccadilly Circus (attraction)
  9. Leicester Square (attraction)
  10. Trafalgar Square (attraction)
  11. Charing Cross Station (attraction)
  12. Saint Paul's Cathedral (attraction)
  13. Tower Of London (attraction)
  14. Tower Bridge (attraction)
  15. The Shard (attraction)
  16. The View from The Shard (attraction)
  17. London Bridge (attraction)
  18. King George IV (attraction)
  19. The Old Thameside Inn (restaurant)
  20. Duck & Waffle (restaurant)
  21. Soho (attraction)
  22. Kingsway (attraction)
  23. Carnaby St (attraction)
  24. New Oxford St (attraction)
  25. The British Museum (attraction)
  26. Museum of London (attraction)
  27. St Katharine Docks (attraction)
  28. Wapping (neighborhood)
  29. The Dickens Inn (restaurant)
  30. Prospect of Whitby (attraction)
  31. The Captain Kidd (attraction)
  32. South Bank (neighborhood)
  33. South Kensington (neighborhood)
  34. Natural History Museum (attraction)
  35. Victoria & Albert Museum (attraction)
  36. Science Museum (attraction)
  37. Book of Mormon - Prince of Wales Theatre (attraction)
  38. The Lion King (attraction)
  39. Matilda (attraction)
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answered by
Sheryl from Warren, New Jersey

Some of my favorite spots: 

  • Hackney (for live music)
  • Hyde Park and Battersea Park: beautiful parks (especially if you like to run)
  • The Regent's Park: go to Primrose Hill to see 360 degree view of London
  • Depending on time of year, see a show at Shakespeare's Globe Theatre. (closed once weather gets cold...)
  • West End plays
  • Shoreditch is funky

Mentioned in this answer:

  1. Hackney (neighborhood)
  2. Hyde Park (attraction)
  3. Battersea Park (attraction)
  4. The Regent's Park (attraction)
  5. Shoreditch (neighborhood)
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answered by
Khaled from Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

Visit Leicester Square, it's a touristy area for movies, gift shops, strip clubs, and restaurants all within a few steps away from each other surrounding you in a square-like area with a park in the middle. the London Eye or The London Dungeon are always fun to go to. Musicals are a big thing there too! and avoid paying for taxis other than the trip from the airport and to the airport. Subway systems or the "tube" is cheaper ! 


Mentioned in this answer:

  1. Leicester Square (attraction)
  2. London Eye (attraction)
  3. The London Dungeon (attraction)
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answered by
Anna from Athens

It depends on what you want to see and explore (e.g museums, parks, art galleries)...

I have a few suggestions about London on my blog:

http://aspectsofstyle.com/2013/12/02/london-14/

http://aspectsofstyle.com/2014/11/25/5-fun-things-to-do-in-southwark-london/

On top of these, places I've enjoyed visiting is Greenwich Observatory, Tate Modern and Covent Garden (the latter for leisure and shopping).


Mentioned in this answer:

  1. Greenwich (attraction)
  2. Tate Modern (attraction)
  3. Covent Garden (attraction)
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answered first by
Nick from London

How long are you staying for and what are you most interested in (culture, clubbing, cooking, cafe culture ....) ?


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