London is the most visited city in Europe, drawing 27 million tourists per year. It's no wonder that London is one of the top travel plans for so many people: the city was built by the Romans and has thrived over the centuries. Nowadays, London is one of the most diverse cities in the world, with a rich history and some of the most outstanding literature on the planet. The City of London is the ancient hub of London, but it is now the smallest city in England. The London we're familiar with spans a much broader metropolitan area and is home to almost 9 million people. Split into the vibrant and distinctive areas of North, West, South and East London – as well as the commercial and tourist center of Central London – each district has its own distinctive neighborhoods. Bus company has to admit there's always plenty to see and do in London. With some of the finest art, culture, shopping, dining, and history in the world, it's hard to get bored in London.
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Do you need inspiration where to go in London? Find here our top 10 places to visit in London:
1. British Museum
The British Museum is both an architectural marvel and a collection of some of the most famous antiques in the world. In reality, it's the best museum in London for many travelers. What's more, there's a free pass. From the Rosetta Stone to the Elgin Marbles to the Lindow Man, the British Museum is the story buff vision with millions with objects. The vast collection can make an initial visit to the museum seem overwhelming: select the exhibits that concern you the most, and schedule return trips if you feel so inclined. Our bus company recommends if you want a little help navigating the museum's 8 million objects, consider tagging along on a guided tour.
A tour bus will be glad to introduce you with Westminster witch is known to be the political capital of London and is host to the Houses of Parliament and the world-famous Big Ben. Big Ben is the name of the bell located in the famous clock tower, and it still chimes every hour. You can also find Westminster Abbey here, which is most of the time open to the public. After visiting these landmarks, rest your feet on Parliament Square, which includes statues of prominent political figures, including Nelson Mandela and Winston Churchill.
Camden is a well-known cultural neighborhood in northern London. Known for its underground culture, the crowds here are filled with goths, punks, rockabillies and visitors alike. Camden has a thriving body mod culture and you'll find a variety of piercing and tattoo shops in this part of town. Our chartered bus recommends visit street food or relax by Regent’s Canal or walk along the water all the way to King’s Cross
4. London Eye
A bus company has to admit travel to London is not complete without a visit to the emblematic London Eye. Initially designed to celebrate the millennium, the Eye is a massive ferris wheel offering breathtaking views around the region. Every night, the wheel is illuminated in seasonal colors and the highlight of London's annual New Year's Fireworks show.
5. Hyde Park
The tour bus will be happy to show you possibly the most popular park in London and one of the largest. The park has historical importance, hosting a variety of marches and campaigns, including strikes by the Suffragettes. The park's famous Speaker's Corner is still full of debates, demonstrations and performance artists every week. There are many memorial structures in the park, as well as two bodies of water, the most prominent being the Serpentine. Here you can go paddling, see a variety of swans, and take a breath of fresh air in the center of town.
Shoreditch is one of the trendiest parts in London that has recently undergone comprehensive regeneration. It's now one of the best nightlife spots in the city and one of the coolest places to live in London. Filled with bars and restaurants, it's the ideal place to spend a day and a night. Take a look at Trapeze, a circus-themed bar that serves endlessly imaginative drinks from popcorn tub-style cups. For pop culture lovers our chartered bus recommends visit Far Rockaway, a chilled bar and restaurant filled with comic books, band posters and a regular 90s night.
A bus rental has to admit British Film Institute – is a must-see for movie lovers. The BFI is located on the ever-popular Southbank and is the ideal place to relax after a walk along the waterfront, enjoying the community and atmosphere of this lively part of the city.
London's Chinatown can be located around Paddy Lane, between Soho and Leicester Square. It's hard to miss this lively neighborhood with its Chinese lanterns and eye-catching red arches. Filled with authentic Asian restaurants, supermarkets and underground bars, there's always something different to discover in Chinatown. For a slice of authentic Asian cuisine, try the HK Diner with delicious roast duck, decent service and plenty of portions. They even offer bubble tea, an Asian phenomenon that has swept across the city recently!
9. Brick Lane
The book and film adaptation of the same title made Brick Lane popular. As the book's narration has made clear, Brick Lane is the heart of the Bangladeshi community in London. Brick Lane, an extremely diverse area, features road signs in both English and Bengali, and is well known for its abundance of curry houses. Our bus company proposes to visit this perfect spot to find something spicy to eat but be sure to go to one of the many sweet shops for some authentic South Asian desserts.
10. Buckingham Palace
The bus company has to admit travel to London is incomplete without taking a walk through Green Park to catch a glimpse of Buckingham Palace. The palace has been the seat of the British Royal Family since 1837. It has 775 rooms and the largest private garden in London. Part of the palace is available to tourists, and you can see a bit of royal lifestyle. Experience the world-famous Changing the Guard from the outside. This practice takes place a few times a day and is a perfect opportunity to observe the ancient custom and discipline of the Royal Guard – all sporting the famous London bearskin.
There are six main airports in London-Heathrow, Gatwick, Stansted, Luton, Southend and London City. Coach charter Europe recommends using a plane going to London. Coach Charter Europe will pick you and your group from one of six airports or any other place in and around the city. A bus rental in London means hiring your own bus with driver. This is the best option if you travel in a group. We are the airport shuttle that offers you flexibility while you can create your individual tour with your group. Coach charter Europe’s chartered bus will transfer your group to city center of London. With airport shuttle buses it will take just some time to get inside the city and start to enjoy your holidays in London. Our Bus Company would be the wise choice to have when traveling around London. Send us your inquiry now and we will check prices and availability for you in order to give you the best price for your trip to London.
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