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London | The Most Enjoyable Things To Do In London

London is the most magnificent city in the United Kingdom and is the capital city of England. It is extensively recognised for inspiring other cities of the world because of its characteristics – vibrant, charming, energetic, full of adventurous experiences like no other place in the world.  London is the archetype of a sophisticated capital that satisfy all kinds of travellers. This extraordinary city is the most toured in the UK. London is known for its startling skyscraping buildings that has a style of its own. London is enormous, with over 9.4 million people in 2021 who call it their home. The population is expected to grow to 10.2 million people by 2030. There is always something to see and do in London. This city is deeply multicultural, with over 270 nationalities and 300 tongues. With some of the world’s best art, entertainment, shopping, dining, and history, it’s impossible to be bored in London.

Let’s Explore The Most Enjoyable Things To Do In London:

1.London Eye- Iconic Ferris Wheel

The London Eye is the world’s most iconic Ferris wheel. It rotates gracefully over the river Thames, 440+ ft above. It was established to mark the millennium celebrations in London in the year 2000, and since then, it has been London’s leading attractions. This glass pod ride lasts for 30 minutes, resulting in some marvellous views of the city. A trip to London isn’t finished without a visit to the iconic London Eye.

2.Tower Of London

The Tower Of London is a top-rated London attraction. The glory and grandeur of the Tower Of London attract visitors all year-round and makes it one of the prime places in London. Crown jewels exhibition is the most favourite activity in the Tower of London and not to be missed. 

3.National Gallery

The National Gallery is an art gallery regarded as one of London’s most prominent museums, displaying more than 2300 impressive painting collections of renowned artists from the period 1260 to 1900. 

4. Parks

London is famous for its greenery and parks. It has several green spaces to escape from the busy streets and relax. A few of the must-visit parks are:

  • Hyde Park – Man-made lake, famous for boating and swimming
  • Kew Gardens – impressive collections of flora and fauna
  • St James Park – flower beds in the garden

5.St. Pauls Cathedral Church

St Pauls Cathedral in London is one of the most prominent and tallest church, with the dome of St Paul at 365 ft. 

6.Buckingham Palace

Buckingham Palace is the official London residence and administrative office of the British royal family since the 19th century. Buckingham Palace is the most sought-after attractions in London. The palace is so large that it has 775 rooms inside and the most extensive private park in London. The changing of the Queen’s guard alongside some music played by a military band attracts many visitors every day, which happens in front of the Buckingham Palace building. 

7.Museums

London city is well-known for its fascinating museums. You might be interested in visiting the below museums:

  • British Museum – an astonishing array of rare and historical artifacts
  • Natural history Museum – current and historical records of animals, plants, ecosystem, climatology, etc. 
  • Victoria And Albert Museum – Vast collections from ceramics to fashion, wallpapers to jewellery.

8.Shopping

Make sure to stroll around the city for great shopping hotspots. While shopping in London may not be economical, it is an experience worth embracing. 

  • Oxford Street – for designer clothes, accessories, perfumes, Disney store
  • Knightsbridge – designer brands, interior design antiques, department stores
  • Bond Street & Mayfair – celeb-spotting locality, luxury shopping
  • Camden Market – gothic fashion, leather products, personalised gifts, hand-crafted jewellery, tattoo and piercing parlours.
  • The King’s Road – for chic boutiques, picture-pretty cafes & restaurants.

Other Attractions in London:

  • Warner Bros. Studio
  • Madame Tussauds London
  • Hampton Court Palace
  • Westminster Abbey

Kausthub wishes you all a happy time the next time you visit London 🙂 

 

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Dr Kausthub Desikachar

Dr Kausthub Desikachar

Dr. Kausthub Desikachar is the successor and current lineage holder of the classical Viniyoga tradition of T Krishnamacharya & TKV Desikachar. He is an acclaimed yoga teacher, yoga therapist, healer and spiritual adviser. He is also an avid photographer, inspirational writer and poet.

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