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Stonehenge, Bath and Windsor Castle guided tour with tickets
Attractions & guided tours

Stonehenge, Bath and Windsor Castle guided tour with tickets

Book your Stonehenge, Bath and Windsor Castle guided tour and explore these historical sites with admission and luxury transport from London.

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Discover Windsor, Bath, Stonehenge and Salisbury
Excursions & day trips

Discover Windsor, Bath, Stonehenge and Salisbury

This great value tour will take your straight from central London to four top UK destinations with an expert guide including Windsor, Stonehenge, Salisbury and Bath.

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Jack the Ripper walking tour
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Jack the Ripper walking tour

Experience the stories behind the Whitechapel Murders in London with our Jack the Ripper walking tour - if you think you're brave enough.

Duration 1 hour 30 minutes
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Half Day London Tour with St. Paul's Cathedral Entry
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Half Day London Tour with St. Paul's Cathedral Entry

Sweep past the top attractions, both old and new, with your camera ready as you get to know London's most iconic landmarks on this panoramic tour.

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Buckingham Palace and St Paul's Cathedral tickets with London bus tour
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Buckingham Palace and St Paul's Cathedral tickets with London bus tour

See London's best sights from a comfortable bus, visit St Paul's Cathedral and step into Buckingham Palace, the Queen's official London residence.

Duration up to 3 hours
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24-hour hop-on, hop-off London bus tour
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24-hour hop-on, hop-off London bus tour

Book 24-hour hop-on hop-off access to all of London and enjoy a free walking tour and River Thames boat ride.

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Churchill’s war rooms & WWII Westminster walking tour
Attractions & guided tours

Churchill’s war rooms & WWII Westminster walking tour

Book this WWII walking tour of Westminster, Churchill's War Rooms and Museum to discover 1945 London, war-time secrets and see many iconic sites.

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The London Pass®:  Access 90+ Attractions
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The London Pass®: Access 90+ Attractions

Visit as many attractions as you like with The London Pass®. From the London Eye to Madame Tussauds, save on 90+ things to do in London.

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Royal London bike tour
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Royal London bike tour

Come along on the Royal London bike tour and let yourself be guided through The Houses of Parliament, Buckingham Palace, Trafalgar Square and more.

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River Thames bike tour
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River Thames bike tour

Book your River Thames bike tour to see sights like Tower Bridge, St Paul's Cathedral and more in London.

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Warner Bros. Studio Tour London - The Making of Harry Potter tickets with transport
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Warner Bros. Studio Tour London - The Making of Harry Potter tickets with transport

Book the Warner Bros Studios London tour with transfer included, and enter the magical world of the Harry Potter films and sample the legendary Butterbeer!

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London Dungeon tickets
Attractions & guided tours

London Dungeon tickets

Buy your London Dungeon Tickets and discover the dark history of London with a theatrical twist! Enjoy live actors and amazing special effects.

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What to do in London

London, the glamorous capital of the United Kingdom, beckons with its rich history and irresistible energy. Step back in time as you visit the Tower of London, see Buckingham Palace and cross the iconic Tower Bridge. Immerse yourself in culture by exploring the Bloomsbury, Covent Garden and Notting Hill districts. And then dedicate yourself to gastronomy, with cuisines and delicacies from all over the world, without forgetting the traditional English pubs. With its mix of historic attractions, cosmopolitan flair and tons of activities, London promises a trip you won’t soon forget.

Top six things to do in London

1. Take a guided tour of Buckingham Palace

Buckingham Palace is the attraction that most represents the English monarchy, as well as a must-see landmark. Among the activities not to be missed during a trip to London, be sure to attend the changing of the guard ceremony. What’s more, if you travel in certain periods of the year, you’ll have the opportunity to visit this marvelous royal residence inside by booking a guided tour. Admire its opulent rooms, walk through the manicured gardens, and imagine the royal intrigues that took place in its hallowed halls.

2. See works in the British Museum

With an extensive collection spanning several centuries and continents, a visit to the British Museum in Bloomsbury is a must-do on your trip. From the Rosetta Stone to the Elgin Marbles, the museum showcases artifacts that tell the story of the world’s civilizations. Travel to ancient Egypt, classical Greece or admire the ornate works of Islamic art. With its internationally renowned exhibitions and educational programs, the British Museum is an institution in the global historical and cultural scenes, a must-see for history buffs and those eager to learn something new.

3. Visit the Tower of London

A star attraction in London, the tower tells the story of the city’s past with its imposing presence. Over the centuries the fortress has had different functions, from a royal palace to a fearsome prison. Today, you can explore its rooms, be guided by the famous beefeaters, and admire the Crown Jewels. Be captivated by stories of conspiracies, power and events that have shaped English history. With its fascinating architecture and exhibitions, the Tower of London offers a special insight into the country’s cultural heritage.

4. Ride the London Eye

This landmark big wheel has become one of the symbols of the city. Climb aboard one of the futuristic cabins and be taken on a journey above the city. From the London Eye, one of the tallest big wheels in the world, you have a 360-degree panorama. From the Houses of Parliament to the River Thames, you’ll see all of London’s architectural splendor from a bird’s-eye view. Whether you choose to ride during the day or at sunset, the experience will live up to expectations.

5. Take in the view from the Shard

The Shard, an avant-garde skyscraper that stands out in the London skyline, is an attraction you can’t miss. The tallest building in London and one of the tallest skyscrapers in Europe, a visit to the ‘shard’ means taking in truly spectacular views from a dizzying height. From its viewing platforms, you can admire the city in all its glory, whether you choose to visit them during the day or in the evening, when the atmosphere is even more magical and illuminated by a thousand lights.

6. Discover Westminster Abbey

This jewel of Gothic architecture has a long and important history. Coronations, weddings, and funerals of English monarchs take place here according to centuries-old tradition. Inside, you’ll be struck by the high ceilings, ornate stained-glass windows, and wonderful chapels. You’ll also find the graves of famous people, such as Isaac Newton and Charles Darwin, and of great poets of the past. Whether you’re looking for a spiritual experience or want to dive into the past, Westminster Abbey is a journey into a parallel universe, where time seems to stand still.

Get ready to visit London

When is the best time to visit London?

London is a very popular destination and worth visiting all year round. However, the best season is probably summer, when the weather is pleasant, there is less likelihood of rain and the days are longer. Thanks to the warm season, the city is more lively than usual, with open-air events and festivals. What's more, it's also the only period in which you'ill have the opportunity to visit the interior of Buckingham Palace. The royal residence only opens to the public for 10 weeks in the summer.

How many days do you need to visit London?

London is a large city with lots of activities and things to see. That's why 3-4 days is a decent timespan to visit the main attractions and districts, such as the Tower of London, the British Museum and Notting Hill. However, if you want to have a more authentic experience and also explore more alternative areas, such as Brick Lane and Shoreditch, consider extending your stay to at least 5 days. With a week at your disposal, you'd also have time to catch a show in the West End and spend a day at the Harry Potter Studios.

What are the best areas to stay in in London?

Before booking accommodation in London, think about your needs and the things you absolutely want to see. Some good options are the Westminster area, close to attractions such as Big Ben, Shoreditch, to immerse yourself in hipster culture, and Camden, ideal for concert-goers. For a more elegant experience, opt for the Kensington area, also ideal if you want to do some luxury shopping.