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7 Days in London - Perfect 1 Week Guide

London, the capital of England is known throughout the world for its literary, historical, and artistic grandeur. Whether it is St. Paul’s Cathedral overlooking the city, the Westminster Abbey which has been a favorite spot to many English poets, or the calm surroundings of Thames that creates picturesque vistas, every corner of London is unique. If you are planning to come here, spend 7 days in London and you will be able to dive into its rich heritage. This London itinerary of 7 days will help you out!

What to see in London in 7 days?

Day 1 and Day 2 in London: Royal Palace, Westminster Abbey, Buckingham Palace

The best way to experience London is to explore the areas around the river Thames. Start by visiting the Royal Palace and fortress of the Tower of London which is nestled on the north bank of Thames. After discovering the history of this castle, you can take a boat ride to the Westminster Pier. Land on to Westminster Abbey and spend some time at the Poets’ Corner where many famous poets of England are buried. Right to the east of Westminster Abbey, there is House of Parliament. Take an evening walk through this magnificent building while looking at the reflection of the sunset in the river.

On day 2 of your 7 days/ 6 nights in London, you can enjoy a double-decker tour to the city that will give you a glimpse of the city’s heritage. Stop at Buckingham Palace, the headquarter of UK’s monarchy. Have lunch nearby and then relax at St. James Park. Next, you can head to the National Gallery and spend some time till the sun sets. At night, you can celebrate the day at one of the London pubs.

Day 3 and Day 4 in London: Cathedral of St. Paul, British Museum, Kensington Palace

It’s time to visit the famous Cathedral of St. Paul. Set on the highest point of the city of London, St. Paul’s Cathedral is the place from where you can gaze at the city at one glance. In afternoon, take a walk over the London bridge and explore more beauty of the river Thames. You can also take a tour of Tate Modern that houses national and international art masterpieces. At evening, you can watch a play at Shakespeare’s Globe and marvel at the literary treasure of the city.

On day 4, you should start travelling to the Bloomsbury area of London where you will be able to look into the art, history, and culture of the British at the British Museum. If you are with kids, do take them to the Cartoon Museum located nearby. In afternoon, you must watch a musical performance at the London Theatre. Take a retail therapy on the Regent Street of London. Spend the evening near Kensington Palace sipping some coffee at a cafe nearby.

Day 5 and Day 6 in London: Smithfield Market, Museum of London, Leadenhall Market

Start your day at Smithfield Market. Here you will find fresh vegetables, meat, handmade clothing and other local stuff. Head to the Museum of London and explore the artefacts related to the history of London. City of London Heritage Gallery can be your stop. As you are spending 1 week in London, visiting the British Library should be in your bucket list. Enjoy the panoramic views of the river Thames and London from Monument to the Great Fire of London and at evening buy some classy things from Leadenhall Market.

Next day, take a scenic riverboat ride to Greenwich. Only 20 minutes ride away from London, Greenwich is home to Cutty Sark, the Royal Observatory, National Maritime Museum, Queen’s House, and Greenwich Market. Spend the day taking a tour of all these places and return to London at night.

Day 7 in London: Knightsbridge, Victoria and Albert Museum, Hyde Park

On the final day of your 7D6N long itinerary of London, head to Knightsbridge. Discover the huge art collection at Victoria and Albert Museum. You would also like to visit the Science Museum, Natural History Museum, and Design Museum that are located nearby. In afternoon, take a relaxing walk in Hyde Park and have your meal at one of the restaurants in its surroundings. At evening, you can visit the Serpentine Gallery and enjoy the hues of sunset by the Serpentine Lake.

These 7 days in London will surely make you fall in love with this British capital and visit it again for a longer period.

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  • Want to take a day trip on the 19th of August 2020 from London to Bristol. My wife was born there 75 years ago and wants to see the place were she was born. Want to surprise her. She has talked about it often.Need someone to guide us.

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    • Hi, Dean! We would love to help you plan this surprise trip to Bristol. But, we will need some more information to understand what exactly you are looking for. I request you to mail us your trip details and some more information on this place you are talking about at and we will get back to you as soon as possible with relevant guided tours. 

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  • Which Off/On Bus tour would you recommend doing to get a good overview of the major places to see in London? I'm seeing mixed revues and none of them are very current. Will be in London July 2020

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  • There seem to be very interesting guided tours of Highgate Cemetery. How do I find and book them?

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    • Check the details of this Highgate Cemetery tour and consider booking if it interests you or you may call on 020 8340 1834 to check availability of other tours. 

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