There is a lot to do in London and for this reason it is important to schedule your vacation carefully. Days go by very fast and if you do not plan well, there can be unpleasant surprises wasting valuable days in areas of the city not very worthy for you.
For this reason we encourage you to make your own travel list, here we leave five places many travellers love, hope you can include some of them in your next trip to London.
The London Eye will allow you to see London from a privileged position. For half an hour you will see the neighborhoods of London and the most photographed sights from a comfortable glass cabin. Although it is not an economic attraction at all, it is one of the most demanded in the English city, an unforgettable experience.
If you do not have a selfie in Big Ben it is as if you had never been to London. The Big Ben, completed in 1859, is an unmistakable icon of the British city. In the Palace of Westminster both houses of the British Parliament meet, and it is one of the most valued buildings in the capital of the empire.
Buckingham Palace is the residence of the British royal family, and certainly you can not miss attending one of its famous changing of the guard, but beware, as it does not take place in many winter days. The British flag is on top of Buckingham Palace when the Queen is in the palace, or at least that's the official version.
Covent Garden is almost fully covered and it is common to see street artists playing in it, which brightens up a day of shopping ... You can enjoy countless British pubs and shops of many official fashion brands, footwear or up market accessories.
Camden Town market is an extravagant cluster of food stalls from almost anywhere in the world and shops of almost anything you can imagine. If you walk around there we recommend you let yourself be seduced by some Lebanese, Turkish or Indian typical food that will leave more than a good taste.
See the recording of a BBC program is one of the best plans for the London night. Look for different online companies that give away tickets to attend as audience to the recordings of the most famous British television programs. For a free ticket to the BBC, select a BBC program on its website and ask for your ticket.
Somerset House in central London, is a major cultural and art centre offering exhibitions. The building is a majestic neo classical work that has a large courtyard where, in winter, there is an ice rink. You can enjoy a free tour inside Somerset House, which by the way, has incredible views of the River Thames.