What to see on Day 2 : Westminister Abbey , London Eye,Big Ben, Buckingham Palace ( including the Royal Mews & The Queens Gallery ) & the Imperial War Musuem (Churchill War Rooms ) . You could also relax at the St James Park or the Green Park next to Buckingham Palace. The Westminister Abbey opens at 9.30 am and takes about 2 hours to view. The Buckingham Palace has the change of guards on the foregrounds of the Palace at 10.45 am ( it gets real crowded so recommend to go early to get a prime spot ) . It is advisable to visit the Palace first lest you miss this event and then visit the Westminister Abbey and the nearby attractions.Note : The lavish interiors of the Buckingham Palace are open for display to the public only from July - October . Book online in advance to avoid disappointment. The slots for viewing get filled fast . Rest of the year the Palace can be viewed from outside.What to see on Day 3 : Trafalgar Square, Picadilly Circus,Leicester Square , China town. Shopping at Selfridges, Primark on Oxford street or at the highend shopping destination in Mayfair and Bond street. All these places are at a walking distance .What to see on Day 4 : Covent Garden ( an upscale shopping market ) , Madame Tussauds, The Lords Cricket Ground, Camden Market for shopping . Relax at the Regent Park and also visit the Portbello Market which is closer to The LordsWhat to see on Day 5 : Musuems : There are excellent musuems in London for History Buffs . The British Museum with its amazing ancient cultural exhibits from around the world takes an entire day or more. So plan your tour dates accordingly taking into account the days to be spent in the museum. Do check out their Egypt & Greece exhibits atleast if pressed for time .The National Gallery with paintings dating back to the mid 13th century by some of the famous artists like Rembrandt ,Vincent Van Gogh, & Michelangelo . The National Gallery is at Trafalgar Square so can be combined while exploring Trafalgar SquareThe Musuem of London can be visited along with the The Kensington Palace, Princess Diana's Memorial Foundation and the Marble Arch . Hyde Park is adjacent to the Kensington Palace What to see on Day 6 -7 : Book Day tours to the scenic countryside . You can club Oxford, Warvick Castle,Stratford Avon and Cotswold in one trip . Windsor Castle, Bath & Stonehenge can be combined in another trip. You can book the tours through local tour operators like Viator , Evan Evans.London is a big city. It's not possible to cover each and every tourist attraction within a week . However , the major and most visited and famous attractions are mentioned above. Hope you find this helpful . Do follow me to read my blog on ' How to explore the London Tourist spots alongwith the history behind the places '.
10)Westminister London:While doing River Thames cruise tour you will see the Westminster London in front of you.It was late in the evening and sort of cloudy weather so my picture is lil dark.It is again a very famous bridge over the River Thames and mostly Bollywood and Hollywood movies shoot their.You should walk around the bridge and could take most picturisque view of London.
Made our down the Jubilee line to Westminster, home of the London eye and Big Ben. And of course, Parliament. Somehow, you can never tire of these famous landmarks of London which graces the city skyline.