London is one of the most touristic attractions in Europe. Around 27 million people visit this beautiful city each year, which was established originally by the Romans, and flourished over many centuries. This diverse city has a rich history and an amazing cultural heritage.
Interestingly, London is England’s smallest city. The city is divided into characteristic and vivacious areas of North, South, East, and West London. Then there is the Central London, which is a commercial and tourist hub. Each district in this gorgeous city has distinctive neighborhoods and all are filled with impressive art collections, wonderful dining experience, shopping, splendid entertainment, and a lot more. Below are three of the most incredible places to visit during your London guided tours.
This beautiful and enormous park located in the heart of London is the most popular park in the city. This is also a historically significant park as lots of protests and demonstrations were conducted in this park. The protest of Suffragettes is an important protest that was held in this park. The park has a spot called the Speaker’s Corner where you would be able to find protests, performance artists, and debates every week. This park also features two watercourses and many memorials. This is the best place for paddle boating, watching swans and to take a fresh breath.
The Camden is a popular neighborhood that is situated in the north of London. You could see crowds of goths, punks, rockabillies, and tourists here. This place also has a large number of amazing tattoo shops. You would be able to find international street food cuisines as well as stalls that sell trinkets, vintage clothing, used books, and wonderful take to home artworks in the diverse and vibrant Camden Market. When you finish your shopping, you could go down to the Regent’s Canal to relax or take a small walk along the banks of the water.
This is one of the most modish and developing places in London. This awesome spot has a collection of cafés and bars, and hence, it is an awesome place to spend your day. The circus-themed bar named Trapeze serves a variety of inventive drinks. You could also pay your visit to the Blues Kitchen to listen to popular blues music along with sticky ribs and various American staples.