When in London…

Busy, vibrant and truly multicultural, London is a megalopolis of people, ideas and frenetic energy. Situated on the River Thames with population of a little over 8 million London’s got something for everyone. Whether you decide to spend here few days or longer period of time, follow our guide to what to see and do while in London.


Our recommended tour starts near Hyde Park where you can stroll for hours watching birds or canoeing on the lake. During some months, sun chairs are available and people take advantage of the beautiful sunny weather and enjoy having picnic in grass. After Hyde Park, continue onto Buckingham Palace to see the Queen’s official guard which starts every day at 11a.m.

From there, you can head towards Westminster to see the Cathedral, Parliament and famous Big Ben, which is one of the landmarks of London. From Big Ben cross to the other side of River Thames to enjoy some of the major attractions of UK’s capital. Do not forget that your sightseeing tour can be done by foot within two hours.

London Eye

It is a giant observation wheel on the south bank, which is the most visited London’s attraction. Visitors can get the 360 degrees view of London in one of its 32 sealed capsules. You can also book a private capsule for your friends and family or create personal experience by combining selection of food and drinks. The possibility of wine/chocolate tours or private dining can be also organized.

While at the London Eye, do not forget to pay a visit to an amazing 4D experience where you will see, hear and taste beyond.  For more information regarding the prices and packages, please visit the official website
https://www.londoneye.com. London Eye can be easily reached via public transportation from Waterloo, Embankment, Charing Cross and Westminster.


Almost anything you could possibly want to buy is available in London. Its flagship store, Harrods in Knightsbrige once famously boasted they could source anything you could desire from anywhere in the world – at a price. In Central London, the main shopping district is the West End (Oxford St, Regent St, Bond St, and Covent Garden).

Some of the world's most luxurious designer stores such as Cartier, D&G, Jimmy Choo, Louis Vuitton and Versace are sited here. You can also found here some of the high street brands such as H&M, Zara, Primark, TopShop and others. Some Londoners prefer not to shop along Oxford Street and eschew "shopping in town" in favour of local malls.

We hope that our recommendations will be useful during your next visit to London and let us know if you have something more to add to our list. 

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