A walk in London

Things to Do in London
You will regularly hear from travelers how expensive London can be, but London has lots of places that are free including museums and galleries, musical and ceremonial performances along with shopping and markets.
So don’t let people put you off with tales of how expensive it is in London as there are an incredible amount of free things to do.
There’s so much to do in London, you’ll never run out of ideas!
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Unsure about what to do?
Here’s a suggestion. Go take a walk, literally!
London is full of architectural wonder that never fails to impress
London is fun (and very safe) to walk around as the city center is much smaller than you would think. Walking allows you to see so much more, while familiarizing yourself with the city. It doesn’t matter whether you only have half a day, one day or longer – just walk!
Afraid you might get lost by walking??
This is the amazing facade and front entrance to the Middle Temple Halls’ compound
Sometimes, getting lost is a good thing (for me) as you really get immersed in a foreign land. Also, you can get to interact with the locals and maybe even pick up a bit of their language too!
And finally, by getting lost, you might even discover interesting stuff that (only the locals know about) you didn’t even knew existed!
Still don’t want to get lost by walking??
Here is another option. Easy, take a walking tour!
There are many tour companies that offer walking tours.
These two areas are the most popular areas for walking through and hiring a walking tour guide to show you around here, is very easy.
Here you see the National Gallery, a museum showcasing all it’s glory without even having to step inside!
Trafalgar Square in London has many interesting sights including: Nelson’s Column, The National Gallery, and St. Martin-in-the-Fields.
  • There is a walking tour of Trafalgar square called: “Trafalgar Square Sights” and visits the places mentioned above, you can also customize the itinerary should you wish to.
The South Bank area has many of the famous landmarks you would wish to see on a trip to London.
  • Another walking tour is the one on the South Bank area. Called the: “South Bank Walking Tour”, this tour takes you on a walk around South Bank, as it’s name suggests.
Ripley’s Believe it or Not! – Piccadilly Circus
Although we didn’t take any walking tour in London, we still took a walk around the city – the entire day.
Sadly, we did not get lost but sure enough, it was a day well spent!
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