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Best of London in 4 Days
By: Grace Smith   |    May 29, 2014   |   0 Comments (0) (0)

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A nice vacation is what everyone needs to spend their days in serenity and to escape from the stressful world, and spend a few days in peace. No other city can have more stress relieving factor than London. travelling sometimes can be also giving stress, there is a constant tension that one might not get hotel, one might not be able to book a bus etc. the national express guide is the simplest solution to all those worries, because if someone is on tour in the great Britain then national express guide can take care of all those worries relating travel. If someone one to see the best of London in just 4-days, then no other schedule is more appropriate than this one. In every one of these 4-days, the journey would begin at the centre of the city, and each day we would head in four different directions along the river. the list of place where we would like to go are:- the famous British museum, the big ben, the parliament, the tower of London, the Westminster abbey, Buckingham, St. Paul cathedral etc. 

1st day we would west from the centre of the city; first we would visit Trafalgar square which is home to national portrait gallery and national gallery. Then we would head downwards to the parliament square. On the way we would visits sites like banqueting house, the Downing Street, horse guard parade and the cenotaph. We would find the big ben and the parliament house at the end of white hall. Walking across the square we would reach the Westminster abbey, one of the most esteemed religious building. Then heading northeast we would reach the cabinet war rooms, where Churchill used to stay during world war-ii. The main attraction of the day is bunking hum palace. Other places which are visited are St. James palace, Clarence house, Harrods, national history museum, the science museum, the royal Albert hall. The day would be concluded by the visit to Kensington palace.

2nd day on day-2 we would see the all the attraction on central London and northern London. The main attractions of this day are royal academy of arts, the Burlington arcade, the Hyde Park, Oxford Street, the Regent Park and London zoo. With all these still the main attraction is Madame dissuade and Sherlock homes museum.

3rd day on day-3 we would visit the ancient part of the city. Heading eastward from the centre of the city we would see the convent garden, the royal opera museum, the London transport museum and the St. Paul’s church. The museum of London and the bank of England will also be visited.

4th day on day-4 we would visit the theatres and galleries located in the southern part of the city. Apart from the main attraction on the 4th day we would visit the globe theatre, the London aquarium, Hayward gallery, the national theatre, Queen Elizabeth hall, Cleopatra’s needle and the London dungeon. The main attraction are kept for the last. The trip would be concluded by visiting the tower of London & the tower bridge.

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Amy Lawson is a Passionate blogger. She works on behalf of turkey visa. She has been writing contents on the web professionally since 2006. As an avid reader and blogger she shares her experience through her articles on Travel, Education, Technology, Parenting and many more.

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