If you’re thinking of taking a trip to London anytime soon, I imagine you’re going to need something to do whilst you’re there.
London is a pretty jovial old place. The English Capital has many sights to arrest the attention of any age; from the little nippers to pensioners. If you’re still unsure of how you’re going to kill some time on your city break, then take a look at our handy list of the top attractions:
You’ve read the books, you’ve seen the films, now relive how the transition between the two, with a behind-the-scenes tour of the film studio. Check out the sets, props, and costumes that were used to bring everyone’s favourite scarred teenage wizard to life. Dine in the Great Hall, drop in at Hagrid’s hut, before heading up to Dumbledore’s office whilst reliving all your favourite magical memories.
Formerly ‘The British Airways London Eye’ and ‘The Merlin Entertainments London Eye’, now going by the catchier name of ‘The Coca Cola London Eye’ is the best way to see London. The 443 foot Ferris wheel on the South Bank of the River Thames is the highest viewing point; what better way to view up to 55 of London’s greatest landmarks than from dizzying heights.
A 24-hour bus ticket is the best way to see the sights of London up close and very personally. Visit some of the most famous places, such as The Tower of London and Buckingham Palace, with the freedom of hopping on and off whenever you feel like it.
The only way we mortals can come face-to face with the famous elite is in the form of wax statues. Madame Tussauds has the largest collection of celebrity sculptures, from Lady Gaga to Her majesty the Queen.
If seeing all these sights makes you hungry, then head over to the best halal restaurant London has to offer – Royal Nawaab.