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What to do in London for 3 days?

By Traveller September 16, 2019
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What to do in London for 3 days?

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By Karolina Traveller September 16, 2019

Hi! I am visiting London in January 23rd and would like to have some ideas and tips about visiting London. I am travelling alone and I am 18 (female) and I’m interested in football, books, nature and all that is cosy and maybe someone can give me tips on some cool bars/events to attend?

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Day 1: Buckingham Palace, Westminster Abbey, Big Ben, London Eye, Harrods & Piccadilly.
Day2: Tower of London, HMS Belfast, Camden, British Museum & Chinatown.
Day 3: St Paul’s Cathedral, National Gallery & Covent Garden.
This will give you a chance to see some of the landmarks, history, shopping, food, culture, art etc. There are many parks nearby too.
Madam Tussauds, The Globe & The Imperial War Museum are also possibilities.
In these places there are bars and cafes. There are some very interesting and different places for food and drink. You could also do a tour of a football ground. All that info will be on the internet. Enjoy your stay
Local September 17, 2019
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Hey. I can recommend this article https://www.reasontosee.com/blog/what-you-must-do-in-london
It might help :)
Yes, I can show these things via withlocals London

Regards Gregory
Local September 18, 2019
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That’s just too big a question. What do you want to do? Sightseeing, visiting landmarks, art galleries, boat trips, restaurants, shops? The list is endless
Local September 16, 2019
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Sorry about that, should have wrote more. I would like to have some sightseeing, visit some interesting restaurants/cafes and thought about visiting Harry Potter studio tour. And also a boat trip sounds nice.
Karolina Traveller September 16, 2019
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Karolina Traveller September 16, 2019
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Tate to Tate water bus trip
Gregory Local September 18, 2019
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Check out Greenwich - take the boat bus (you can use contactless) from Tower of London or Big Ben
Local September 16, 2019
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if you are travelling solo and want to have cool pics you have book Airbnb experience over here www.airbnb.com/popularspotlondon and get some cool pics! ;)
Local September 16, 2019
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Oh what a nice idea! Thank you!
Karolina Traveller September 16, 2019
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Hi Carolina, you can visit Museums.
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Local September 16, 2019
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1. Watch an EPL game. Spurs new stadium is good I believe. Go to stamford bridge to watch a Chelsea game else if that’s happening. Arsenal stadium is another good option. Again depends on where u r staying. There are also other smaller clubs. Doesn’t matter pick the one with larger fan following, especially if over a weekend. The atmosphere is what makes it special.

2. Lots to do with the Parks. I would recommend Kew and Richmond Park if you are down Richmond side. Amazing ones. Richmond park is free. Kew is a botanical garden and charges a bit.

3. Visit a pub if this is your first time. Check out for reviews in the area you are staying. Most of them are decent. You should also find the quirky ones.

4. If you are a fan of the Royals visit Windsor castle. It’s pretty nice.

Hope u enjoy the time!
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Local September 16, 2019
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Oh wow, thank you so much! A lot to think of :) thanks
Karolina Traveller September 16, 2019
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