Whether you are an international visitor to London and have the luxury of staying there for several weeks or more, or else are visiting London for a short business trip, no matter how long you have in the capital, there is so much to do, see and engage in. 

London is a multicultural city, alive with almost everything your mind could possibly conjure up so here, for your information and of course reading pleasure, is how to get the most out of a trip to London. 

  • Be A Typical Tourist

One of the beauties of visiting one of the best cities in the world is that the cosmopolitan and diverse London is full of cliché yet incredible tourist attractions, which are just as fascinating as they are iconic.

From shopping on the famous Oxford Street, to watching a musical or play in a theatre in the West End, to dining alfresco in Covent Garden or taking in the sights and sounds of China Town, there is a plethora of entertaining, exciting and brilliant fun to be had acting as a typical tourist in London town. 

  • Indulge In Cosmetic Treatments

The city of London has so much to give and one unrivalled specialism of London is the plethora of reputable, renowned and established clinics and surgeries, where you can indulge in every treatment imaginable, right the way from full body massages to cosmetic surgery.

If you have been troubled by a receding hairline or impending baldness, for example and you feel as if you want to make a permanent, effective and impressive change, consider visiting Harley Street and consulting with the professionals at reputable and renowned HS hair clinic

  • Visit Free Attractions

One of the easiest and definitely most affordable ways to get around the centre of London is not, as you might imagine, on the London underground and is instead buying a week long ticket for the hop on, hop off buses.

This way, you can spend the day travelling between tourist attractions, museums and places of interest without having to plan your route and what is more, there are plenty of things to do in London which are entirely free:

  • Watch Changing of the Guard outside Buckingham Palace 
  • Visit the British Museum
  • Visit the third-floor flower conservatory at the Barbican
  • Check out the impressive street art in Shoreditch
  • Learn about animals at the Natural History Museum
  • Walk Along the River Thames

London is famous for many things, but one of the stand-out features is that of the River Thames, which runs directly through the heart of the city.

There is a myriad of things to do on the Thames, from taking a sightseeing tour by boat to a booze cruise in the evening and at key times throughout the year, you will be able to experience the sights and sounds of huge firework displays, either from the boat or by simply standing on the banks of the river.

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