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Best Attractions in London?


If you were to go to London in July, where would be your top destinations to get to and why? Looking to be inspired!

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Depends who you are going with. I'm going to stick with LD Spirit and stick with FREE only

Go on a free guided parliamentary tour see what goes on in westminster (Email your local MP for free tickets)

Go to 10 Adam St, London (Near Charring Cross) and take a free selfie the door looks exactly the same as 10 Downing St.

Sky Garden see fantastic views of London from above (Book online for free)

Travel walk where possible or Uber

Chinese New Year round Chinatown next month in Feb so check it out

Science and Natural History Museam (Both free and virtually next door to each other), If your into Art try the Tate

Parks? Hyde Park, Regent's Park and Kensington Gardens all free and beautiful.

If you want a paid option what to do in London my next post reply will be even longer.. 🙂

Hope this helps!


Hands down the parks are the places to visit, and a great place to be if the weather is nice. I recommend a visit to Primrose hill for a good view of London, and a walk along the canal (or a bike ride if you are feeling active)


British Museum, National Gallery, Modern Art Museum, Design Museum, Science Museum and Natural History Museum....all of these are free...maybe Transport Museum if u interested

I would say the Film Museum is really great, it has a fee.

You should see London Eye, the Parliament, Tower Bridge.


There's quite a lot of places and things to see in London (cheap) listed here:



1. Little Venice

Just as its name suggests, Little Venice is London's answer to the famous Italian city. Home to various waterside cafes, pubs and restaurants, the area comes alive in the summer months as Londoners jump on canal boats or walk along the riverside to nearby Camden or Regent's Park.


Hampstead is a nice area to visit. There are plenty of nice places to eat and drink or you can wander around the Heath. Where you can also get a great view of the city from Parliament Hill. The Cutty Sark area is a nice place to visit.


If you are travelling by train look on the website www.daysoutguide.co.uk they have 2 for 1 deals and discount offers for lots of attractions. I used it last year for tickets to Madame Tussauds which is very busy but still worth it. I also got tickets for a boat trip down the Thames from the website too. We went as far as the Tower of London and you can hop on hop off if you want to go further or look around there. Covent Garden is a lovely place to wonder around , street performers entertain and lots of little shops , or sit and people watch with a cuppa. Hyde park as others have said is beautiful to stroll around and you can see the horse guards and Downing Street nearby at the same time . Shopping on Oxford Street and Regents Street has something for everyone.Also look on Groupon or Travelzoo for places to visit at discount prices or for food . I've had an afternoon tea and a three course meal from these when ive been to London which have been lovely . Have a plan of where you want to go before you get there is a good idea then you know where you are heading . Once you are in the centre you can walk to most places easily but the tube stations are in every area . If you do go on the tube Google where you want to get to from where you are and it will show you what tube you need to catch and how many stops before you need to get off , I found this really useful before I found my way around after a few visits . Have a great time .

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