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London Attraction Tickets & Tours

Book London sightseeing tours to one of the most visited cities in the world with last-minute deals, curated experiences and much more! this vast Western epicenter has been captivating travelers for decades. Explore all major London attractions like Buckingham Palace, the London Eye, Westminster Abbey, the Tower of London, and so on. Whatever your fancy, you’ll find it all and then some, in this epic capital.
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Our tips for London

  • It’s showtime! London’s West End is home to some of the best theatre in the world, from the timeless classics of The Phantom of the Opera and more modern interpretations like Disney’s Lion King, there is something to suit everyone’s fancy.
  • Avoid tube tussles. Londoners have places to be. The throng of early-morning commuters on tube stations usually commences from 7 am onwards. So, if you’re fond of personal space, delay your London excursion for a few hours to avoid traveling on the tube during weekday mornings.
  • Get app-y. Finding your way in London is made all the easier with navigation apps like City mapper while deciding what to do in London has never been quicker with location-based event apps like Dojo by your side. Get downloading.
  • Save extra bucks. The best way to save on your London sightseeing trip is by buying the London Explorer Pass. You can save up to 50% on key attractions like the Tower of London, St. Paul’s Cathedral and more.

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A mishmash of monarchical history, cultural diversity, and blink-and-you’ll-miss-it edginess, it is London’s blend of old and new that lends the city its unique charm. Despite its distinctive ‘London’ vibe, the city’s best asset is its flourishing smaller communities, each with its own quirks and charms. Where elegance and the finer things find their home in the West London suburbs of Covent Garden and Chelsea, fashion and creative urban scenes come alive in the East, in neighborhoods like Shoreditch. Foodies rejoice at the endless cuisines found in this multicultural metropolis, and café culture is alive and well throughout the city too.

The smallest city in the UK, London spans only 1.2 miles whereas Greater London covers 606 square miles. Over 300 languages are spoken in London with expats from various nationalities inhabiting the city. The legend has that London was built around 50 AD and its name was taken from the old Celtic word ‘Londinous’ meaning to be bold. London is also home to the world’s most billionaires leaving cities like New York and Paris behind.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Q: What are the top 10 attractions in London?
  • Q: What is the best time to visit London?
    A:

    The high season in London is from May to September but you can visit London any time of the year. Some travelers prefer to visit in summer when the weather is perfect to enjoy outdoor activities. It is also lovely to visit in autumn to enjoy a comfortable temperature.

  • Q: How do I plan a London day trip on a budget?
    A:

    You can budget your trip depending on how you want to visit and get around. To explore London on a budget, you can spare around £60 per day.

  • Q: What is the best mode of public transportation in London?
    A:

    London is home to hop-on hop-off busses. You can exploit London bus tours and metro to commute on a budget. A 24-hour Hop-on Hop-off tour will cost around £40 and you can explore the most stunning landmarks at your own pace. You can also explore the city on foot and stop by to admire beautiful landmarks, cafes and markets.

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