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What to do if you’re in London

What to do if you’re in London

London is one of the most popular cities in the world. Check out any Pinterest top 5 cities list and we guarantee that London is on there. If you don’t live in the UK and you are itching to go to London but don’t have a clue about where to go or what to do there, then this blog post is for you. It can be overwhelming if you don’t plan what you want to do when you get there, it’s a popular city for a reason, it is bustling with energy and business.

So here is a fun short list of general things you definitely should do if you go to London. If you have the opportunity to go, though you can only stay for the day, book a day room with Getadayroom so you don’t have to carry all of your belongings with you while checking out the city.

  1. Take a ride in the London Eye

As much as you wish, you can’t see all of London if you aren’t planning to live there. Or maybe you can? We have all heard of the legendary London Eye, the massive Ferris wheel type of contraption you can ride on. Taking a ride on that huge wheel will make sure you see a great deal of London, it will feel like you are on top of the world. 

  1. Check out the Buckingham palace

You can’t say you have been to London without visiting the Buckingham palace. I mean hello? Is that even legal? The chances of you seeing the King are incredibly small, but that isn’t the reason you should go. The history of it all is incredibly fascinating and to see it in front of you in all its glory will be quite a moment. It will also be cool to see the Kingsguard do their royal duties of standing very, very still.

  1. Visit the Sky Garden

You’d be surprised by the number of beautiful gardens in London, even though you really shouldn’t be. A great word to describe London is ‘industrial’, especially back in the day. So having a lot of gardens around the city will truly spruce it all up. One of the most impressive gardens is the Sky Garden. Sitting atop the ‘walkie-talkie’ building, Sky Garden is the highest public garden in England. Bonus, it’s free!