Exploring London can be great fun and one good reason to explore the city is that even if you do the same journey over and over again, it is never the same. You are likely to see things in a different way.
Visit an attraction each month, and you are almost guaranteed to see a good chunk of London before the end of the 2015. Here are 12 ways to explore London in 2015:
Climb up Tower bridge and explore the new spectacular glass floor across the
Visit St Paul’s Cathedral to see it’s amazing architecture and lunch in
a restaurant of your choice within nearby Paternoster Square.
We must find the time to view the Thames, after all, it’s known as “The Father
of London.” So, as the days start to get longer, take a stroll along Victoria
Embankment. Watch out for Cleopatra’s needle, which is an original obelisk,
and then walk on to Westminster and Lambeth Bridge.
Hire a Barclay’s bike and explore London by bike. Getting out in the
Spring with the help of TFL Cycle routes, guides and journey planning tools
will help you travel around the city.
Chill out with some friends at London’s Southbank. Crab a bite to eat and listen to some Jazz for free on a Friday afternoon at The Royal Festival Hall.
How about going on a River cruise on the Thames. Hire a boat with King
Cruises for events. www.kingcruises.com
Take the kids to Little Venice and indulge on a boat ride all the way to London
ZSL Zoo. But look out for the Meer Kats!
Visit the National gallery, Portrait gallery, British Museum (Watch out for the
Mummies in the National Gallery!), Tate and Tate Modern
Visit London’s tallest skyscraper and experience a spectacular view from the
Climb The London Eye and the Sea life London Aquarium (Look out for the
What a great way to experience a panoramic view of the city!
Feed the pigeons at Trafalgar Square, gaze up to see Nelson’s Column and
view the architecture along Whitehall, leading to the Houses of Parliament
and Westminster Abbey. Then go on to watch a musical in London’s Theatre
land and end the day eating out in a restaurant.
Explore London’s nightlife a see the stunning Christmas lights along Regent
street, Oxford Street and adjoining streets, like Carnaby street. Great place to
shop for Christmas presents.