20/04/2019

GABRIELLA’S GUIDE TO THE TOURIST HOTSPOTS IN LONDON

Happy Saturday, it’s finally the weekend and you may have noticed a little upgrade to the way the blog looks. I hope you like it and honestly, if you are looking for a new blog theme, I cannot recommend Kotryna Bass Designs, enough. I’ve had a long week as I’ve been studying for my TEFL alongside making some plans for the rest of the year with travel (outside of London!), and extra fun things and as this post goes live, I’ll actually be in an exam. I seem to have a few more viewers who have appeared in the last week or two, so if you want to know a bit more about me, have a look at my travel story which I have linked here.

 

I’m still in the UK at the moment and have been here the since February. This does mean I’ve had a chance to catch up with all sorts of content and also explore a little more of London. Something I love to do in London, is play tourist which brings me on to today’s post.

 

As London is such a touristy place full of culture and history, it can be a bit overwhelming to know where to go on a visit but here I’ve put together a list of 50 places worth a visit. Be warned, some of them are super touristy but have to be done! There’s a mixture of markets, parks and landmarks and I hope you enjoy!

(Image by Ami Ford Photo)

Landmarks

 

Buckingham Palace

Tower Bridge

Tower of London

 

(Image by Ami Ford Photo)

Westminster Abbey

Millennium Footbridge

Kensington Palace

London Eye

Big Ben

Hampton Court Palace

The Shard

St Paul’s Cathedral

Houses of Parliament

Old Royal Naval College

Royal Albert Hall

Shakespeare’s Globe

Royal Observatory

 


(Image by Ami Ford Photo)

Parks

 

Hyde Park

Greenwich Park

Kew Gardens

Hampstead Heath

Holland Park

Primrose Hill

Regents Park

Richmond Park

St James’s Park

Kensington Gardens

 


(Image by Kaye Fordtography)

Everything else

 

Alexandra Palace

Trafalgar Square

Columbia Road Flower Market

Brick Lane

Platform 9 ¾ King’s Cross

Piccadilly Circus

 

(Image by Ami Ford Photo)

Chinatown

Camden Market

Covent Garden

The o2

Gods own Junkyard

West End Theatre District

 

Somerset House

Carnaby Street

Oxford Street

Southbank

Peter Pan Statue

Harrods

Liberty London

 

(Image by Ami Ford Photo)

The Thames

Notting Hill

Highgate Cemetery

Portobello Road

Skygarden

 

I loved putting together this post as I spent a lot of time exploring London. I’m heading there this weekend to investigate the best brunch spot, so expect a post on that soon! Read my post about the Museums and Galleries in London for another London blog post.

London is one of those places I never get bored of! If you want to see how I plan my trips and my London Itinerary you can read that post here. I’ve also been working on a Google Map which has over 100 tourist attractions, restaurants and also museums all in one huge map if you want to have a look. It’s part of my Ultimate Guide to London and I’ve added a link to it here!

Do you have any must visit places in London? Follow me on Bloglovin for weekly posts, I’m also on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Pinterest too!

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Hey, I'm Gabriella

I post once a week covering topics such as solo travel, working and living abroad and also creating Gabriella’s Guides to places I have been. I cover topics under the following categories such as Planning and Packing, The Travel Diary, Travel Inspiration, Photo Diaries, Gabriella’s Guides and Working Abroad.

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