A complete guide for spending perfect 2 days in London.

Travelling to London is always a good idea. This city offers something entertaining and engaging for everyone who visits this city. Whether you are travelling to this city with family or friends London has something fun to offer. This city keeps you entertained if you are coming for a long trip or even for a day or two.

If you are planning a short trip to the city and book your stay in the central part of the city, then you will be surprised that how many things you can do and explore. This list includes and will help you cover the tops attractions of London. Firstly, book yourself a good accommodation in central London.

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Accommodation in London

To make the most of your short trip, you can book yourself a comfortable and luxurious stay at the Marble Arch by Montcalm London hotel. Featuring high end facilities and amenities, cutting edge technology and splendid interiors of the hotel and their spacious rooms, you will truly enjoy your stay in the city. Here wills be benefit from the location of this property as it is located in the heart of the city and is a short walk away from the transport links like tube and buses as well as many popular London attractions.

Transportation in London

London’s swift and efficient transportation network comes handy when you are short on time and have a handful of places to visit. The tube quickly connects you from place to another, the iconic red double-decker buses give you stunning views of the city and you can kill the traffic by taking the classic London black cab.

Here’s your day 1 itinerary:

King’s Cross Station + Platform 9¾

For all Harry Potter fans and those coming in from Europe via the Euro train, this iconic station is a must visit. Adore its grandness or eat at one of the famous restaurants that are located close to this huge station. Get a London-must picture at the Platform 9¾.

Visit the Buckingham Palace

The home of royals and specially the house of the queen is something you can’t miss when you are the capital city of United Kingdom. The Buckingham Palace is the house of the queen of England.

Birdcage Walk

London is popular for its many and massive lush green parks. These royal parks are the pride of the city and are mostly located in the heart of the city. To get the real and one of the best park experience in the city, this spot is the best.

The Big Ben Tower

Another iconic building of the city is a must when you are travelling to London. Only a picture here can complete your London photo album.

Photo-op at a Red Telephone Booth

This signature London phone booths are mostly not operational anymore but are luckily found in many corners of the city. A pretend-you-are-on-a-call pic is a must here.

Go on a Thames River Cruise

This is probably the most beautiful and fun way of exploring the city. The cruise shows you all the main monuments of the city on the most iconic river.

London Eye

A quick ride in this giant wheel is also a great way of admiring an aerial view of the city. Make sure you pre-book your tickets online to save time.

London Bridge & Tower Bridge

London has many bridges, but the London and Tower Bridge are the most popular ones are definitely worth a visit.

Tower of London

Take a satisfying dip in the discovering the history of London at the Tower of London.

See the view from The Shard

One of the highest buildings in the city, the view from its 95th floor is simply spectacular and should not be missed.

London shopping

Since your hotel is close to Oxford Street, the main and the largest shopping street of Europe, you must check it out.

Here’s your day 2 itinerary:

Brush up on some history at the British Museum

The best feature about London for its tourists and locals are the free museums. One such museum that is free to visit is the British Museum. Explore the history of the country and witness the great displays here.

Shop + Eat at a London Market – Camden Market

London is also famous of its many markets. Almost all zones have a special market. One of the most popular markets is the Camden Market. Awesome vibe, food and shopping makes this place a fun one to visit.

Food

London is also famous for its food. From street food to Michelin star restaurants, do indulge in a nice meal here.

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