London is one of my favourite cities to visit on the entire planet and it is a great place to enjoy food, culture, history and so much more. I thought I would take the chance to write a little bit more about one of the best cities around and what you can do there. Read on to find out more and hopefully I will see you in London soon.
Head out on the town
Getting out and enjoying the nightlife is a great way to explore all the great parts of London. There is so much on offer and many different bars, pubs and clubs to visit. I personally like to head to a pub for dinner and a few pints and then perhaps head to a bar, or somewhere nice like Electric Brixton. The nightlife is, however, best spent with someone else, so if you are also interested in having some fun you could you could also have a look at Cleopatra Escorts London after a long hard day of exploring and partying. There really is no better way to cap off the night!
Visit a market
Markets are a staple of the London weekend culture and there are so many to visit and there is nothing better than visiting one and buying some amazing vintage clothing or antiques. There is always a very good choice of street food to enjoy too, so that always gets me there. I love markets like Columbia Road Flower Market or Broadway Market at London Fields. These just add a flair to London that you just don’t find in other cities.
Relax in Hyde Park
Hyde Park is a great from the busy London life and right in the centre of the city too. You can sit and relax with your favourite drink in Hyde Park, watch the squirrels run around or row a boat in the Serpentine Lake. There is so much to do and see here and the park is absolutely huge, so don’t miss the opportunity to explore as much of it as you can.
Visit the Tower of London
The Tower of London is one of the most interesting places in the city to learn more about this former prison and the interesting aspects of history from many periods in British history. The tower itself is a fascinating structure itself and goes through much of the history of the prison and also the history of military and warfare in the UK and throughout the world. Naturally, Tower Bridge is also worth walking on and is perhaps the most famous and instantly recognisable bridges in the world.