“Travel Guide London, from the Natural History to the Tate modern, there really is something for everyone.”
If you’re looking for a short break in a fun and lively city then look no further and read our travel guide London. This exciting, multi-cultural city has so much to offer, it’s hard to fit it all into one weekend. But here are some of the best, most extravagant activities to leave you feeling well and truly treated.
- Where to stay
One of the most elegant and desirable hotels in London that accommodates those seeking luxury is the Kensington Hotel. With its classic, old-fashioned interior that boasts modern appliances, the rooms have everything you need to feel more than comfortable. What’s more, it’s situated in a privileged part of town so you can truly witness first-hand how the other half live.
London is perfect for those looking to immerse themselves in a bit of culture as its home to various different museums and galleries. From the Natural History to the Tate modern, there really is something for everyone. If you have an eye for fashion, visit the Victoria and Albert museum- world renowned for its importance in the field of the history of art and design. It displays diverse exhibitions from photography and fashion clothing; currently showcasing the works of British designer Alexander McQueen.
- Afternoon tea
A quintessentially English tradition, indulging in afternoon tea is a must. The Rosebery, part of the Mandarin Oriental offers a high-quality setting with flawless service. Here you can choose from a huge array of teas and bites whilst you relax in the lavish atmosphere.
The fashion scene in London is one of the most prominent and diverse in the world, home to trend-setters that have influenced locals and designers. The department store, Liberty, exhibits a selection of brands including designer and their own. Peruse the rails at your leisure and feel the quality as you have fun trying on their handcrafted garments.
- Fine dining
In the evening, head to the Cavendish for a delightful fine dining experience. One of London’s finest brasseries is definitely worth a visit. It offers traditional British food with a twist, emphasizing the quality and creativity of their dishes. Stay tuned for more London travel tips!
i’m obsessed with london, i’ve been a couple times but i feel like there’s still so much stuff i haven’t done!
You Look so pretty!
Liebe Grüße Kristina von KDSecret
London is a beautiful city and there are so many things to do and to see. You can’t finish a trip without afternoon tea!
Fabulous look! I love that blazer!
District of Chic
Love your style girlie!
Thanks for sharing. I’d love to visit London.
Straight A Style
Linda G. Kendall
Great tips. I really want to visit london someday. I love your outfit.
Have a great weekend.
You are totally rockin’ the last photo – such a GIRLBOSS 🙂
Have a great weekend!
Thanks for the guide! I’m bookmarking this post! 🙂
x, Kat of Nested Thoughts
I love London! Such a cool city.
Romina | http://www.blaastyle.com
I really love the museums in London, always something to learn and see no matter the weather. I love hanging around in the parks actually when I’m in London. Oxford Street is so good for shopping, just so crowded!
Sally – DiagonSally
I really like your post! I am going to spend some days in London in August and I am looking forward to doing it.
Regards Leonie from http://eyeofthelion.de
London is such a lovely city, thanks for the tips 🙂