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London, United Kingdom Cruises

London, United Kingdom Cruises

Located only 25 miles from the Tilbury port, London fosters ample tourist hotspots that lure you in. Walk along the cobblestoned streets and explore the highlights such as Piccadilly Circus, Convent Garden, London Bridge, and the famous Big Ben. Although spring is the ideal time to cruise to London, summers are pleasant too. Be awed by the Rochester Castle, Tilbury Fort, and the tread on the land where the great author Charles Dickens crafted his works of art.

London Highlights

Among London's many attractions, sights, and activities are some of the world's best. Visiting London can be challenging because there is so much to do, but here are a few of the best highlights.

1. The Shopping Scene

There is no better place in the world to experience the best shopping than London, whether you're loaded with money or just doing some window shopping. Experience Oxford Street, Knightsbridge, and Carnaby Street's boutiques.

2. The Past and Present

In the history of London, there has been so much drama and history. Visiting some of its museums and historical attractions will show you more about our country's culture than you can imagine. At the London Dungeons or Hampton Court Palace, you can immerse yourself in the city's gruesome past.

3. Foods and Drinks

With Michelin-starred restaurants, gastropubs, traditional British restaurants, afternoon tea, and quirky restaurants, London's best food and drinks will take you on a culinary journey worldwide. There is a wide variety of bars in London, including rooftop bars, riverside pubs, and champagne bars. 

Interesting Spots to Visit in London

A district will always have its distinctive neighborhood, whether it is in North, West, South, or East London, or Central London, the city's commercial and tourist hub. The city of London offers a wide variety of activities and sights. A visit to London wouldn't be complete without experiencing some of the world's best art, entertainment, shopping, dining, and history.

1. Tower of London

Since its construction in 1078, the Tower of London has weathered many storms overlooking the River Thames in Central London. Despite being damaged in the Blitz (bombings by German camps in Britain during World War II) and having undergone many renovations, it remains one of London's most popular tourist attractions. Royal Bodyguards, or Beefeaters, guard the palace and serve as guides. During a day trip to the Tower, you will be able to admire its world-famous jewels, archaic yet captivating architecture, and the beautiful River Thames.

2. Trip to the top of the Shard

As a landmark in London, The Shard has gained much recognition and attention since it opened in 2012. The Tower is 1,016 feet tall and consists of 95 stories. The striking structure resembles a shard of glass and, despite its appearance, does not look out of place when viewed in the company of Tower Bridge and other nearby buildings. The Shard has three superb restaurants in addition to its office space on the lower floors. Guests not staying here can choose from indoor or outdoor viewing platforms on the uppermost levels.

3. Piccadilly Circus

Piccadilly Circus is known for its bright lights and flashing advertisements. This prominent intersection has long been a part of London's landscape, reminiscent of Times Square. As London's arts and entertainment district, Piccadilly Circus was once a commercial hub in the 17th century. Nightclubs and theaters abound in this cosmopolitan city, including the prestigious Criterion Theatre. In addition to providing easy access to boutique shops, museums, and the Trocadero Houses, the Statue of Eros serves as a popular meeting spot for locals.

4. Hyde Park and Kensington Gardens

Hyde Park is one of the most popular urban parks in London. Picnics, events, and reading under the trees have been everyday activities in the park since it opened in 1635. Boating and swimming are popular summer activities at the lake in Hyde Park. A beautiful garden and public art section are now separated from the sprawling Kensington Park. A few of the highlights are Kensington Palace and the Serpentine Galleries.

5. London Dungeon

There is no better way to get a taste of London's past 1000 years than by visiting the London Dungeon. A live-action show takes visitors on a journey through the dungeons, giving them a sense of historical events. A guided tour of actors leads one through the dark history of Sweeny Todd, accompanied by famous characters like him.

When to Visit London?

Summer in London is pleasant with a mix of rain and sunshine. Temperatures range from 13 to 30 degrees Celsius. London has many music festivals and outdoor attractions this time of year, including beautiful parks, gardens, and rooftop bars. This is a perfect time to visit the city, go sightseeing, and enjoy many music festivals.

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