The Must-Sees of London

London is one of the biggest cities in the world and attracts thousands of people each year. For those planning a trip to this cosmopolitan metropolis, check out the list we have compiled of must-see destinations!

Seven Dials


Seven DialsWhen visiting a new city, it is important to indulge on an extravagant shopping spree. As a style hub, London is a brilliant place to pick up your most fashionable pieces. For the best shopping experience, we suggest going to the Seven Dials. This area is home to several chain flagship stores as well as independent British boutique brands. It’s the perfect alternative to Oxford Street, especially when you’re not in the mood to navigate huge crowds!

Somerset House

Somerset HouseEvery good trip must have a cultural component. To get your ‘cultural fix’ we suggest visiting London’s Somerset House. This museum is home to a plethora of contemporary art pieces and exquisite design exhibitions. Better still, Somerset house hosts open-air concerts and films- the perfect way to spend a summer day. Located in the center of the city, this museum is definitely worth stopping by!

Regents Park 

Regents ParkLondon is a great place to visit, but sometimes you just need to get away from the chaos that comes from being in a city. Popping by Regents Park is the best way to relax and slow down. Have a wander around the grounds, in particular stopping by the Rose Garden. Gaze at the beautiful flowers and embrace your time away from the hustle and bustle of London. On a sunny day, Regents Park is the best place to be.

Brick Lane Sunday Market

Brick Lane MarketIt’s important to explore the whole city when visiting so a journey to the east end is certainly necessary. For the best east-London experience, we suggest wandering around Brick Lane. Sunday is the best day to go and explore because of the bustling market. Each stall sells unique pieces- be it one of a kind clothing, homemade jewelry or even antique furniture. After inevitably working up an appetite wandering around, we suggest you stop by one of the many ethnic cuisine restaurants on the lane. There is no better way to spend your Sunday

Regents Street/ Leicester Square

Regents StreetIt’s definitely worth checking out London’s nightlife, and the best area to do so is around Regents Street. Each person has their own take on an ‘ideal night’, and this area has a club for just about everyone. If you’re after exclusivity and being treated like a VIP, we encourage you to stop by ­­­­­­Sketch- a stunningly designed restaurant and club. For those who are after a more low key vibe, check out ‘Ain’t Nothin But..’ one of London’s original blues bar. On a night out, you can’t go wrong if you stick to this area!

By keeping these destinations in mind, you’re bound to have a fantastic time in London. Book your hotels on: the next time you find yourself in the UK!


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