Best London Tour Itinerary – Explore all in Just 12 Hours

Best London Itinerary – 7 London Attractions in 12 Hours

 

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If you are in search of history and culture or want to laze around pubs and restaurant, if you wish to indulge in a symphony orchestra or go crazy shopping at one of the hubs of the world, London is the place to do it all. The city with its infrastructure enables you to make the most of your visit.

 

If you are on a business trip, going short on office leaves or belong to the world of long-haul travel, this Holiday Travel guide can help you make your time worth it. Even if it is for a little while, you must get a tantalizing taste of what London, as a city has to offer.

 

So scroll down for we have listed everything you need to know to explore Top 7 London Attractions in Just 12 Hours.

 

Buckingham Palace (2 hours)

The Buckingham Palace is the London residence of Her Majesty the Queen. If you can, catch the Changing of the Guard Ceremony that is held every day at 11:30 a.m. Make sure to see the State Vehicles that include the classic horse-drawn carriages and various vintage motor cars. You must also behold the beautiful sights as you walk along the south side of the palace garden that also houses a picturesque lake.

How to travel: The closest stations are Hyde Park Corner, Green Park, and Victoria. Bus numbers C1, C10, 11 and 211 make stops on Buckingham Palace Road.

 

 Big Ben (1 hour)

You can enjoy class-apart views from atop but that would require you to climb all 334 steps unaided and without assistance. The clock at one point was the largest in the world and still continues to be so in Great-Britain. Known for its reliability, it has seldom failed during its long life span.

How to travel: If you choose to visit this right after Buckingham Palace, then it will take only a 10-minute walking distance from there since it is centrally located. If not, then taking the train is the best way to reach The Big Ben. The closest mainline station to the Big Ben is the Charing Cross Railway Station.

 

Tower of London (2 hours)

 The tower of London is an amalgamation of three things: a fortress, a palace and an infamous prison. The Tower still houses her Majesty’s Crown Jewels that are also on display for travellers to see.

How to travel: Either the London Bridge, Tower Gateway DLR or the Fenchurch Street stations can take you up to the tower. Besides the bus routes that you can take are numbers RV1, 15, 42, 78 and 100.

 

 Madame Tussauds (2 hours)

Get up close with your favourite celebrities at the Madame Tussauds in London. It is an interactive wax museum housing more than 250 lifelike wax figures. It combines glamour and glitz and is filled with interactive and exciting zones.

How to travel: Marylebone Rail Station is set within a 10-minute walk from Madame Tussauds. Moreover, the following buses can be hopped on to as well: 13, 18, 27, 30, 74, 82, 113, 139, 189, 205, 274 and 453.

 

London Eye (1 hour)

Set on River Thames, the London Eye is a cantilevered observation wheel and is the largest in Europe. Each capsule is fully air-conditioned to keep its visitors comfortable at all times. Book your tickets online and in advance to avoid long queues and lots of time.

How to travel: The closest rail stations are Waterloo and Charing Cross. Buses to go to the Coca-Cola London Eye are the 211, 77 and 381.

 

Windsor Palace (2 hours)

Built over 900 years ago, this is the oldest and biggest occupied castle in the world. It is also commonly said that the palace is the preferred weekend residence of the Queen.

How to travel: The best way to travel is to take a train. The Eton Central and Windsor train station is just a 10-minute walk from the Windsor Castle.

 

Stonehenge Tour (2 hours)

The magnificent Stonehenge is most likely the only sophisticated stone circle in the world. It consists of a ring of 13 feet tall standing stones that are believed to be constructed around 3000 BC.

How to travel: Take a train from London’s Waterloo Station to Salisbury from where you can hop on to the Stonehenge tour bus.

 

With so much to explore, it is hard to narrow down the long list of places to visit in London in 12 hours. But how much ever you can behold, you must because this part of the world can never disappoint you. And with this detailed list, you can proudly gloat of covering the best tourist attractions in London.

 

If you are still unsure of how to go about with ticking all places in minimum time, get in touch with who can make that happen, i.e., the travel agents at Holiday Travel. Let your planning stress be ours to deal with and give us the chance to turn your moments into memories. Get in touch with us now and book your London holiday tour package today!

 

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