The ending of most remaining Covid restrictions across the UK means there are many more things people can do on a visit to London than was previously the case.
Whether it is a lack of social distancing, the ability to meet in larger groups or even the chance to see work colleagues face-to-face in a London office after 18 months of Zoom, the possibilities are much greater than they were before.
For some, a particular highlight will be the increased opportunities to enjoy cultural, historic and sporting highlights of the metropolis. You can enjoy using a luxury chauffeur service in London with the knowledge that there is plenty to see and do when you reach your destination.
Many of the museums are open, although you may need to re-booked tickets for timed entry to limit numbers. These include the Museum of London, the Tower of London and Hampton Court Palace.
The same will also be true of London’s art galleries, with a ticketed entry for venues such as the Tate Britain.
Some events are taking place at a later date than originally scheduled. For example, if you want to see the Chelsea Flower Show this year, the event will be held between September 21st and 25th.
There is plenty of sport in London this summer, as anyone who enjoyed Wimbledon will testify. Cricket fans can enjoy plenty of action with England playing India in Test matches at Lord’s in August and the Kia Oval in September.
Most overseas visitors will be more familiar with football as a sport, and the new Premier League season will be getting underway next month. Six London based clubs will be taking part, including Arsenal, Chelsea Tottenham, West Ham, Crystal Palace and newly promoted Brentford.
Those attending sporting events with crowds of over 20,000 will be required to show proof of full vaccination, but this rule will not take effect until the end of September.
Whatever your reason for visiting, you can be sure we will continue to take all the appropriate Covid precautions to make your trip both safe and luxurious.