Experience the magic of Called UK. A country that is equated with Old World Charm, particularly its capital city of London, a city that is not just one of the oldest, but most spectacular as well. We cannot give you enough reasons to visit UK – because of course there are thousands – but perhaps a quick guide of things to do and see might just inspire you to start packing right now.
UK- equally famous for David Beckham, Fish n Chips and the Red Bus, is the ultimate destination for anyone seeking the finer side of travel.
Begin with London. The city of the London Eye and the Royalty!
Boutiques and Museums
London is the place to go if you are looking to immerse in culture. But that said, the UK has a beautiful skyline that cannot be ignored. But we will get to that later. Start with London’s museums. It is said that if you get tired of London, you are tired of life! We tend to agree. From many cultural and historical museums to the famous Madam Tussaud, there is everything for the culture vulture in you to delight in. We say, get yourself a pass and spend time in historical museums to get an understanding of the city and the world. Particularly interesting are the British Museum, Imperial War Museum, and Natural History Museum. Dive into the rich cultural tapestry with our comprehensive guide on UK Travel.
And of course, for the shopper in you, boutiques abound here! Just remember to get off the main streets and explore the quaint alleyways. But if you are looking for something more historical – then hea
The London Eye
Get the best views of the city from high up in the London Eye. Imagine yourself with your head in the clouds, literally, looking down upon the sea of lights!
The food is amazing
From the famed Fish and Chips to the English High Tea, London will charm you with its offerings.
If you are feeling particularly adventurous, head to the longest running fish and chip shop still in operation in Yeadon near Leeds.
Amazing sights and sounds
As the home of London Bridge, Hyde Park, Oxford Street, Piccadilly Circus, the iconic Big Ben and Madam Tussauds, there is never a dull moment here. If you get lucky, you can even see the Changing of the Guards at Buckingham Palace the official London residence of the Queen.
Ride the Tube and the famous Red Bus to get the real feel of London. Who knows, you might even spot the famous Phantom No 7 bus too! For more insights and tips on exploring the vibrant city of London and the entire United Kingdom, refer to our detailed United Kingdom Travel Guide for a memorable and well-guided journey.