Discover tours, attractions and activities for your next adventure
This enormous ferris wheel take place centrally in the heart of London. Standing 135 metres high and consisting 32 capsules (each with a capacity of 25 people), a ride on the London Eye capsule showcases 360-degrees views of the city. It will be an unforgettable experience to explore London's skyline and stunning landmark sights in approximately 30 minutes.
Warner Bros Studio Tour
Behind-the-scenes walking tour where you can experience and take a glance of authentic sets, costumes, and props of various movies and TV shows. One of the most-visited locations on Warner Bros Studio Tour is the making of Harry Potter film series.
Combining history, culture, and glamorous entertainment world, Madame Tussauds in London displayed more than 300 lifelike wax figures of famous people--celebrities, world leaders, historic figures, movie characters, etc. To mention a few, here you can see The Royal Family members such as Queen Elizabeth and Prince William, Donald Trump, David Beckham, Johnny Depp, Miley Cyrus, Albert Einstein, and many more.
Britain's largest museum; your visit to London will be incomplete without exploring this iconic site. Founded in 1753, British Museum was the first national public museum in the world, covering more than 2 million years of history.
One of London's most famous landmarks, Big Ben is the House of Parliament's clock tower. Inside the tower, there's a massive bell weigh more than 13 tons. Big Ben looks phenomenal at nights, whereas the four clock faces are lighted.
The official residence of Britain's Monarch. During summer time, you can take a glimpse inside the palace and enter the 19 fantastic State Rooms. Don't worry if you visit London at other times than summer, you can still witness the iconic and stunning exterior of the palace; and also watch the famous Changing of The Guard ceremony outside the Buckingham Palace for free.
London is not just a capital city of England, it is one of the world's most visited cities. The ultimate charm of London tourism are admirable landmarks and buildings, as well as historical and cultural backgrounds.Visiting London means witnessing amazing attractions, satisfying your artistic soul, having religious experiences, sightseeing breathtaking views, and many more. So, what are you waiting for? London calling!
How to Get Tickets?
The palace is open all year, except for December 25 (Christmas) and January 1 (New Years Day).
How To Get Around?
The Underground or Londoners called the Tube, is the main supply of transportation in London. The Tube has a 12 lines that will get you to most places within the centre of the town easily & quickly, and most importantly, they are very punctual. So make sure to come early.
What Should I Wear?
There is no certain dresscode, but be considerate when visiting the churches or cathedrals.
Best Time to Visit
In general, London can be visited any time of the year, considering its mild climate so that extreme weather is rare. However, peak season is on July and August (during the summer). It is loved by tourists due to the warm weather where people can enjoy green spaces and rooftop bars. Summer in London also brings music festivals, outdoor cinemas, and other interesting activities worth experiencing.
Will I Need a Guide?
London's public transportation is comprehensive and relatively inexpensive, and guidebook from the official containing quite a complete information so you wouldn't need a guide. Many galleries in London provide audio or live guides that either included on the tickets or they charged small amount to help you wanders and enjoy the collections. Some museums & galleries also provide free tour by theme on some occations. However, if you want a thorough information and maybe nice discussion about art, history and other unwritten insights, booking a guided tour might satisfy your need.
How To Get There?
London is actively offering direct flights from any international countries, with all three airports offering ease of transportation to the Central London. London is also reachable by trains and buses from any nearby cities or European countries. We advice you to purchase Oyster Card if you're planning to go by bus.
It's never a bad thing to bring an adaptor with you during your packing. Actually, don't ever forget to bring an adaptor for the 3-pin UK outlets. It will be so much helpful especially since UK's voltage is around 230V. But some hotels might already have adaptors that you can borrow. Do call in advance to make sure. Don't throw trash or cigarette on the streets because you will get fined. Be polite by smiling, cover your mouth when yawning, not spitting, and saying 'thank you', 'sorry', and 'excuse me'.