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LONDON ON A BUDGET

Travel Itinerary -
Days: 4
Season: All
trip transport traveler type
Country: United Kingdom
Travel Interests: Arts and culture,Shopping tour,Tours and Sightseeing,World heritage sites
Description: London tour plan, full day by day travel plan in London. Our summer vacation in London travel Itinerary. London is a large city with plenty of things to do and see. We recommend spending at least four full days, but you can easily spend a week or more and still feel like you’ve just scratched the surface, here you'l find the best things to do in London in 4 days Itinerary with the main attractions in London:Tower of London, Saint Paul's Churchyard, Tate Modern, Borough Market and more attractions and things to do in London today.
Created by Maayan Ashkenazi
Last modified 31/08/2018
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My best travel tips
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AVOID VISITING FAMOUS LONDON ATTRACTIONS ON THE WEEKEND - Unsurprisingly, London sees an influx of tourists every weekend. If possible, plan to visit London’s main sights Monday-Thursday, leaving the weekend open for parks, shopping, and neighborhood strolls. Even if you have fast-track tickets, it’s not much fun to be herded through crowded hallways or hit with selfie sticks while you’re trying to enjoy the history and beauty of London.
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London Tours, Tickets, Activities & Things To Do: www.partner.viator.com
BUY ADVANCE TICKETS FOR THE MOST POPULAR ATTRACTIONS IN LONDON.No one wants to waste time in a queue that could be spent exploring the city. Luckily, many of London’s most popular attractions offer advanced online tickets with free priority access. If you’re going to Westminster, the Tower of London, or Buckingham Palace (the inside summer tour), I highly recommend buying advanced tickets.
WAIT UNTIL THE NIGHT BEFORE TO BOOK YOUR LONDON EYE TICKETS - One of the best London sightseeing tips I can give you is that the weather here is unpredictable. Forecasts change drastically in a matter of hours. It’s the main reason why sightseeing in London can be tricky, especially for attractions with a view. The London Eye in particular is infinitely less fun in bad weather. However, its popularity means that buying day-of tickets could cost you an hour or more in the queue. The best compromise is to check the forecast the night before you plan to ride the Eye. If it looks good, buy your tickets online and download them to your smartphone. I also recommend morning time slots, as you never know how the weather might deviate from the forecast as the day progresses.
CONSULT ROME2RIO TO FIND THE FASTEST ROUTE BETWEEN TOURIST ATTRACTIONS - Rome2rio.com is an essential app for getting around London. It shows the optimal routes between places by factoring in real-time traffic and delays. In a city where public transit workers frequently strike and rush hour lasts over four hours a day, using a live transit app will save you time and frustration.
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