As one of the world’s leading cities, there’s no end of exciting things to do while visiting London.

With the end of social restrictions, we can all travel freely around the country once more. Giving more of us the opportunity to enjoy the capital’s delights.

Train times to London run throughout the day from all over the UK. Making getting there easy.

If you’re planning a trip to London soon, why not check out our guide to some of the best things to do while there.

Broadway market and London Fields

Tucked away in east London is the bustling Broadway Market. A restaurant and independent-store lined throughfare leading to the delightful London Fields.

Visit at the weekend for brunch and a stroll through the park.

Upper Street and Highbury

Islington’s vibey Upper Street hums all week with eclectic cafés, brilliant boutiques and tantalising cocktail bars.

Beyond Upper Street, leafy Highbury’s independent coffee shops provide the perfect respite after a day stomping through the city.

Notting Hill and Westbourne Grove

Home to the world-famous and completely thrilling carnival and Portobello Road Market, Notting Hill is a must-see for any visitor.

Nearby Westbourne Grove provides high-end shopping and culinary delights to suit the most discerning of visitors.

Dulwich Village and Forest Hill

South-eat London’s Dulwich Village Is a charming place to spend a day. Dotted with quaint eateries and the Dulwich Picture Gallery, it provides ample entertainment for visitors.

Nearby, Forest Hill’s Horniman Museum is full of world curiosities to delight any intrepid traveller to the capital

Kentish Town and Hampstead Heath

Pubs, bars and independent restaurants lure travellers north to Kentish town throughout the week.

On the weekend, the city’s residents descend on Hampstead Heath to stroll along it’s wild landscape and enjoy views across the capital.

South Kensington and Hyde Park

South Kensington is probably most well known for its huge museums including the V&A, Natural History and Science museums.

The are is also home to the impressive Royal Albert Hall and sits on the south side of Hyde Park and Kensington Gardens.

Green Park and Piccadilly

Directly next to Buckingham Palace, Green Park is the perfect picnic spot after a day of sightseeing in Westminster.

On adjacent Piccadilly you’ll find the Royal Academy of Art and renowned department store Fortnum and Mason for a spot of culture and shopping.

Paternoster Square and St Paul’s

Now renowned at the location of Channel 4’s First Date restaurant, Paternoster Square has long provided a place to relax for stressed out stock exchange workers.

It’s pretty terrace and column are located right next to St Paul’s cathedral and the One New Change shopping centre.

As you can see, with so much to see and do, you’ll never be bored on a visit to London again.



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