When you visit London, it can be hard to narrow down what it is exactly you want to see. London city boasts so many famous buildings, and there are so many different activities you can do. The first thing to consider is what your focus is; for example, if it is the royal family and the big iconic buildings you are interested in then Buckingham Palace, Westminster Abbey and even Kensington Palace may be just what you are looking for. Another option for your group is to visit a range of museums and galleries; the British Museum and the National Gallery are both locations where you could spend many hours visiting and will give a true flavour of British history and culture.
For any history fans, the Tower of London and the Crown Jewels and Tower Bridge will definitely impress all those in your group. Another option is to visit the city entirely from the Thames and stop at locations along this amazing valley river, as there are so many landmarks and iconic sites to see just from the river. One thing you won’t be short of is things to do and how to fill your time. The key thing is to focus on what it is you are hoping to get from your day and choose some landmarks to visit. It is impossible to visit every famous location and attraction, however by narrowing it down to the ones that are preferred, you can always come back and visit other sites another time.
Just a stone’s throw away from the city centre of London there are also many sites of interest such as Oxford, Windsor Castle, Stratford and even a Harry Potter Tour. Attractions outside the main city centre will require more time however are easily accessible from the city centre. With so much to choose, one thing is certain; you will not leave London disappointed, as there is so much to see and do for all tastes.