They say it’s impossible to get bored of London, and we can see why. It is a city that’s packed with things to do and see and has something for everyone, from beautiful parks to historical tours that highlight the city’s past, London has you covered.
With hopes that inbound tourism will be returning to London this summer, if you’re planning a trip to the city, for business or pleasure, we have the top five attractions you mustn’t miss!
Visit the Tower of London
A visit to the Tower of London will be a trip through history. Built in 1078 by William the Conqueror, the tower is one of the city’s recognised Her Majesty’s royal palaces. A tour of the building will provide insight into its past, which includes being used as a prison and even a zoo.
The Tate Modern
One of the most renowned art galleries in the world, the Tate Modern is a must-see for any fans of modern art. The Tate Modern sits distinctively along the bank of the Thames and hosts a constantly changing rota of local and international artists’ work.
The Globe Theatre is an Elizabethan reconstruction of the famous theatre that is heavily associated with William Shakespeare. The theatre is dedicated to showing The Bard’s works, and regular performances are held, as well as tours of the theatre. Check the website to see what performances and events are being held.
The Imperial War Museum
The Imperial War Museum is 'a family of five museums recording and showcasing experiences of modern conflict', and it aims to 'explore the causes of war and its impact on people's lives'. Entry is free, making it one of the best free activities in the capital.
Camden Market, once seen as the epicentre of British counter-culture, has retained its bohemian vibe while also turning into a popular tourist destination. It is home to vintage clothing, eclectic street food stalls, and an array of trinkets and jewellery. A perfect place to pick up unusual souvenirs.
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