London may be a big and modern city but if you’re visiting from the U.S. it takes a bit of coordination to ensure you put together a great trip. Most non-business travelers go to London to see the popular sites such as Big Ben, Buckingham Palace, The London Tower and Oxford Circus.
If you don’t have time to do all the research and planning, either hire a travel agent or a travel consultant (and here’s why) to craft the perfect experience for you.
Where to stay in London
London isn’t cheap. Choosing where to stay is going to depend on your budget and what area you prefer to rest your head. I’m a fan of renting apartments in London but it takes a lot more coordination than staying in a hotel.
Here are a few posts that highlight my apartment renting experiences in London as well as castle accommodations.
Things to do in London
There’s plenty to do. What’s your fancy? Here are a few posts to give you ideas on things to do in London with or without kids.
There are just a few things you need to know before you get on the plane and travel to London.
If you want to put your London trip planning on auto pilot, pick your dates, set your budget and outsource it!
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