The Best England Itinerary For Visitors To Explore
The visitors could surely won't be able to stop themselves from producing an Aww reaction when they will be seeing the blockbusters like red telephone boxes, double-decker buses, Big Ben. The capital of England i.e. London has never ending places to assist its valued tourists. This is the best England itinerary that will get you through to the best places in England.
The country has a lot to serve the tourists with its hospitality properties like The Connaught, The Montague on the Gardens (Bloomsbury Georgian townhouse), Amba Hotel Charing Cross is just speechless. Besides this, when it comes to The London Pass, it provides free entry to almost important 80 attractions in London in which the most notable are Tower Bridge, Thames River cruise, and Hop-on Hop-off bus tours.
Places to Visit:
Tower of London
Houses of Parliament & Big Ben
St. James’s Park
Green and Hyde Parks
Trip at Glance:
Day 1: The Shard - Buckingham Palace
Day 2: Buckingham Palace - Millennium Bridge & Shakespeare’s Globe
Day 3: The National Gallery - Covent Garden
Day 4: Covent Garden - Harrods
Day 5: Harrods - Departure
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The Shard is the tallest building of both the European Union and the United Kingdom. It has also become a skyline fixture of London. To see the unforgettable views of the City of London, move towards the Shard’s 72nd-floor which is also called the open-air observation tower. From here, move towards St. Paul’s Cathedral to see yourself at the highest point of London. In the late evening, spend some time at the London Eye which is a new addition to the cityscape of London. This being the world’s 4th-tallest Ferris wheel offers breathtaking views of Big Ben and the River Thames. So, take a nighttime ride to London Eye.
Day 2: Buckingham Palace
Your England Itinerary would be incomplete if you don’t visit the Buckingham Palace, a residence of Her Majesty the Queen. The best part for the visitors is to view the Changing of the Guard which is also called the British traditions. Spending at least half of the day here, you can see the Trafalgar Square & Piccadilly Circus in the evening which could also add a four moon passion on your journey. Piccadilly Circus is known for its bright lights and wide spaces. From Piccadilly, head towards Waterloo Place to have dinner and end your day.
Day 3: The National Gallery
The first destination is the government-sponsored museum i.e. The National Gallery. You can dedicate your complete day visiting the galleries and museums such as:
The British Museum
The Metropolitan Museum of Art.
After visiting all such museums and galleries which could be covered in a whole day, you could have an excellent dining experience at Marcus.
Day 4: Covent Garden
Covent Garden is called a home to London’s fruits and vegetable market which also refers to the district of West London. It’s meant for the high-end shopping, entertainment complexes, theatres, and the Royal Opera House of London. Spending the first half of the day here, you could step ahead Rumpus Room which is situated in the heart of South Bank and is a gorgeous rooftop cocktail lounge that concentrates more on the fine dining, champagne & wine abreast with an offering of the breathtaking views London.
Day 5: Harrods
Harrods is London’s most famous department store comprising 1.1 million square feet of shopping space. Moreover, a 184-year-old building is a perfect place for shopping. So, you can give a day visiting Harrods saying a goodbye to England directly from here.