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Top 10 Things to Do in Sunny London!

Sunny days are rare in London, so when they arrive, seize the opportunity to enjoy the city's iconic landmarks, lush parks, and cultural hotspots, creating unforgettable memories under the radiant skies. Here are the top 10 things to do in the British capital:


1- Explore Hyde Park: Bask in the sunshine by taking a leisurely stroll, renting a boat on the Serpentine lake or visiting the stunning Kensington Gardens nearby. But be warned, the deceptive cold breeze in London can often mislead people into forgoing sunscreen, leaving them vulnerable brutal sunburns. So make sure to have your Sunscreen with you at all times!

Hyde Park

2- Visit Buckingham Palace: Witness the iconic Changing of the Guard ceremony outside the Queen's official residence and marvel at the grandeur of this historic landmark. The ceremony often starts at 10:45am and you do not require tickets to attend. However, if you are new to the city and fancy ticking few other attractions off your list, you can always sign up for a Guided Tour.

Changing of the guard Buckingham Palace

3- Take a ride on the London Eye: Enjoy breathtaking panoramic views of the city from one of the world's tallest observation wheels. A Standard Ticket cost approximately £33 but if you want to skip the queue, you can always get the Fast Track Tickets for £54.

London Eye

4- Discover the South Bank: Walk along the picturesque riverside promenade, visit the Tate Modern art gallery, and indulge in street food at the vibrant Borough Market.

Borough Market

5- Go for a Thames River Cruise: Relax on a boat tour and admire London's landmarks such as the Tower of London, Tower Bridge, and the Houses of Parliament. River Cruise Tickets cost approximately £15 but if you are new to London, we recommend spending a bit more and get The Hop on, Hop off buss tour which comes with complimentary River Cruise.

Thames River Cruise

6- Explore the British Museum: Immerse yourself in world history and culture by exploring the vast collection of artifacts spanning centuries. Admissions to the British Museum is completely free and you can book them on their official Website.

British Museum

7- Picnic at Regent's Park: Grab some food and enjoy a relaxing picnic in this beautiful park, featuring stunning gardens, a boating lake, and the renowned London Zoo.

Regent's Park

8- Wander through Notting Hill: Lose yourself in the colorful streets of Notting Hill, known for its charming pastel houses, quirky shops, and the famous Portobello Road Market.

Colourful buildings in Notting Hill London

9- Visit the Sky Garden: Experience London from above at this stunning public garden located at the top of the "Walkie Talkie" building, offering panoramic views of the cityscape. While it is free to visit the Sky Garden, entry is only permitted with tickets which can be obtained on SkyGarden's Website. To get the most of your visit, we recommend bringing some binoculars and enjoy spotting iconic landmarks like Tower of London, the Shard, and River Thames.

Sky Garden in the Walkie Talkie building

10- Enjoy a West End show: End your sunny day with a theatrical extravaganza in London's vibrant West End, known for its world-class performances and diverse range of shows.

Remember to check local guidelines and opening hours of attractions before your visit.

West End shows







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