Explore Days Out In London, Westminster Abbey, and more!

Westminster is probably London’s most famous area, featuring sites such as the Houses of Parliament, Big Ben and Westminster Abbey.

London is well known for its near-infinite offering of ways to spend your time – from museums to concerts, parks to skyscrapers, it really does have it all.

The Shard is the tallest skyscraper in London and hosts restaurants, offices and hotel rooms. Its eclectic architecture and  mesmerizing views attract millions of tourists every year.

The Shard is the tallest skyscraper in London and hosts restaurants, offices and hotel rooms. Its eclectic architecture and mesmerizing views attract millions of tourists every year.

Once you get to Saint Paul’s, make sure you walk all the way around it as each of its side is as beautiful as its grand entrance. The massive baroque church is absolutely awe-inspiring, with its elegance, architectural precision and sheer size!

London is well known for its near-infinite offering of ways to spend your time – from museums to concerts, parks to skyscrapers, it really does have it all.

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Balthazar, Covent Garden, a stunning carbon copy Of The original NYC spot.

Chinatown is perhaps the most colorful part of central London. Don’t forget to taste the crispy duck on display in the windows of the restaurants.

London is well known for its near-infinite offering of ways to spend your time – from museums to concerts, parks to skyscrapers, it really does have it all.

London is well known for its near-infinite offering of ways to spend your time – from museums to concerts, parks to skyscrapers, it really does have it all.

London is well known for its near-infinite offering of ways to spend your time – from museums to concerts, parks to skyscrapers, it really does have it all.

Connected to Soho by some narrow paved alleys, Chinatown is perhaps the most colorful part of central London. Don’t forget to taste the crispy duck on display in the windows of the restaurants

Connected to Soho by some narrow paved alleys, Chinatown is perhaps the most colorful part of central London. Don’t forget to taste the crispy duck on display in the windows of the restaurants

It is said that the heart of London beats in Soho and there’s a good reason for it. In Soho you’ll  find everything from eclectic bars and restaurants to chic designer stores and galleries.

It is said that the heart of London beats in Soho and there’s a good reason for it. In Soho you’ll find everything from eclectic bars and restaurants to chic designer stores and galleries.

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St James’s Park is the oldest Royal Park in London. Whilst not the largest, it is abundant in verdant beauty, St James’s Park is the perfect place for an afternoon walk. Take a picnic on the grass and feed the squirrels, or just relax and enjoy the view.

London is well known for its near-infinite offering of ways to spend your time – from museums to concerts, parks to skyscrapers, it really does have it all.

Samuel Johnson once said ‘when a man is tired of London, he is tired of life; for there is in London all that life can afford.’ Johnson was pretty accurate in his sentiments – London really does have it all going on!

London is well known for its near-infinite offering of ways to spend your time – from museums to concerts, parks to skyscrapers, it really does have it all.

Imposing Buckingham Palace, home to one of London’s most famous residents (the Queen!), venue for royal marriages and landmark historical site.

London is well known for its near-infinite offering of ways to spend your time – from museums to concerts, parks to skyscrapers, it really does have it all.

In fact, the worst thing about London is the fact that you’ll never be able to fit in absolutely everything that you wanted to see into your packed holiday schedule.

London is well known for its near-infinite offering of ways to spend your time – from museums to concerts, parks to skyscrapers, it really does have it all. In fact, the worst thing about London is the fact that you’ll never be able to fit …

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