The UK has a fantastic array of activities and sites for you and your family to get stuck into this summer. In London you can enjoy sites from the London eye, walks down the river Thames, and cheap tours that take you on the trail of Jack the Ripper or through the old streets of Westminster.
Many people like to visit the capital because of the great shows and theatre productions of which there are plenty! For those of you in this group, you can join a concert tours and take in the shows and productions that London’s west end has to offer. The city literally has something for everyone, and once you’ve exhausted all the shows you can possibly handle, then you can move on to the rest of the city’s attractions.
There are hundreds of reasons to take a short, or even long break, in London. If you haven’t seen the capital then it really is time to plan your first visit. Have a look at the plentiful online search pages for some inspiration. It isn’t only limited to London either which is good, as after your London trip you are bound to find the inspiration to travel across the rest of the UK. Maybe a tour of the capitals is in order? Or a wander through the countryside? Or hand in hand stroll across the beaches? Everything is possible here!
England’s capital is by far one of the most visited in Europe. Whether it’s for the history, the architecture or the charm, you’re sure to have a great time. A walk through the west end and down to Westminster is always a treat, with weird and wonderful sites to see including everything from Ripley’s believe it or not to the houses of parliament and Big Ben, one of the most striking and recognizable buildings in Europe.
Families and couples on holiday to the capital will find something suitable for all tastes. Couples wanting a little peace can get a hotel in Paddington, take a walk through Hyde Park or the quaint Little Venice where you can get a ticket to the puppet theatre, and yes, naturally it is on a boat. Families can visit the Tower of London and catch a glimpse of the crown jewels or spend a day wandering around the British museum. Anything that takes your fancy is available to do!