This is the second of our two-part guide to some of the best things to see and do on your next trip to London.
Hopefully, we’ve already given you some good ideas as to what you can enjoy on a break in the capital. However, if you’re still uncertain of how to make the most of your trip, then the next few hundred words will make things a little easier for you…Museums and galleries London is, of course, one of the most expensive cities in the world – and yet you needn’t break the bank in order to enjoy a great family day out.
Indeed, there are loads of great museums and galleries dotted throughout the capital, a large proportion of which are open to the public entirely free of charge.
Among the best of these is the National Portrait Gallery, which ranks among the most popular attractions in the city and is definitely worth visiting for yourself. It is also conveniently located just 20 minutes by tube from The Montcalm Marble Arch. Great views On a similar theme, there are various places in the city where you can enjoy some amazing views across the cityscape.
For instance, Primrose Hill is a popular destination among tourists for this very reason, as you can see many of the most recognisable landmarks that London has to offer. Elsewhere, you can enjoy a similar view from the other side of the city from Greenwich Park, which is a great place to relax and unwind on a summer’s day.
The Thames London is also home to one of the world’s most famous waterways, the Thames. And along the route of the river, you will find a number of iconic crossings. Perhaps the most recognisable of these is Tower Bridge, which is close to Tower Hill and is one of the top sights to enjoy in the city.