Stroll around one of London’s most colourful markets, watch some of the world-famous street entertainment and then sit in one of the many cafes and watch the world go by.
A Boat Ride On The Thames
City Cruises operates boat rides up and down the River Thames. Trips last up to 2½ hours or buy a ticket allowing you to jump on and off all day long.
Fly 135 metres above London in the London Eye which will afford you views up to 25 miles in every direction. Once back to earth, then go under the sea with a trip to the London Aquarium.
Just a short walk from The Savoy, while away the hours in the Courtauld Gallery which is located within Somerset House. The building also houses other temporary exhibitions as well a summer outdoor cinema and an ice rink in the winter
For art-lovers, Trafalgar Square is the location for both the National Gallery and the National Potrait Gallery, which house some of the nation’s masterpieces. If you’re in need of refreshment, the restaurant on top of the National Portrait Gallery has stunning views over London.
The heart of London’s theatreland, there is something for all tastes from new musicals to Shakespeare. The West End also includes two opera houses while the National Theatre and Royal Festival Hall are situated just the other side of the Thames. If that’s not enough, catch a boat down the Thames to the O2 which has quickly become the capital’s premier concert venue attracting everyone from Beyonce to Bon Jovi.