If you just have three days to visit London, then here is a guide for you to visit the best places in London in three days.
Day 1 – Let your trip start by visiting the financial and cultural place of the city.
First in the list can be Somerset House. This is the hub for art and culture of the city. If you love gathering the cultures of the city, this is a must visit place. If you visit this place in summers, then do not miss the 55 fountains dance here and if it is winter then take a ride on the ice rink.
After visiting this cultural site, next in the list should be churches. There are lot of churches to be visited in London; however, the famous ones are St. Clemen Danes, an Anglican church, next is St. Paul’s cathedral church. Take an evening walk near Bank of England, Royal exchange and Mansion house.
After knowing the culture and visiting the sacred churches, now it’s time to visit the historic castle; Tower of London. If you are aware about English history, then you will surely be fascinated to visit this tower.
End your day with seeing by visiting largest observation wheel in the world – London Eye or Millennium Wheel which measures 443-feet from edge-to-edge, and the 32 glass covered capsules holding 25 people each. The whole thing moves at a constant speed of 0.6 miles per hour, and takes about 30 minutes to revolve. On a clear day you can see as far as 25 miles – which is far enough to see the sea in the east.
Day 2 – Second day can be booked for Soho, Mayfair, Marylebone, Bloomsbury and Covent Garden.
On this second day you can visit a unique place in London. This is the place where the lanes are filled with red lanterns, dragons and Mandarin street signs popularly known as China Town. Pick up some lanterns or dragons for your memories which you can take home. Also, if you have kids along with you, take some funky snaps here with these dragons.
After enjoying at China town, move towards Piccadilly Circus, one of London’s major thoroughfares. Enroute Piccadilly circus, do not miss to witness Shaftesbury Avenue, one of the major streets in London. This is round open space at a street junction. This junction is linked to major shops, theatres and many other major areas of the city. If you visit this place in the evening, it will be bright with various lights..
End your evening at Leicester Square which is made out of Earl of Leicester’s 17th century mansion. This is one of the London’s main entertainment venues.
Day 3 -This day is for visiting the royal palaces of London
Start your trip today by visiting Trafalgar Square one of the most admired places in London. The centre of the square has Nelson’s column guarded by four lion statues. Take some beautiful snaps of the city.
If you are visiting London, you cannot afford to miss Buckingham Palace, the official residence and principal workplace of the British monarch. Pick some post cards from here to distribute to your friends and family.
After Buckingham Palace, visit one of the London’s oldest palaces, St James Palace. Next in the list should be Wellington Arch or the Constitution Arch.