The best sightseeing spots in London
Primrose Hill – a cityscape view
Ask your local host to take you to this beautiful space of greenery for some even more beautiful views. Located in the borough of Camden, surrounded by the district, Primrose, this spot will show you a clear skyline view of the city. Not only this, but you’ll be completely surrounded by grassy parklands, as it’s part of the famous Regent’s Park. Locals love to come here, taking their pets for a walk, or having picnics on the hillside watching the sunset. So put on your trainers and get ready to climb 65 meters of hillside; but don’t worry it’s not difficult.
Be dazzled by the many colors of Neal’s Yard
Hidden away in the city centre, in Covent Garden to be exact, you’ll find the cute and colourful corner known as Neal’s Yard. You may know Neal’s Yard as being an organic skincare and remedy store, and you’re right. This corner is home to the flagship store, as well as other boutique shops, cafes and restaurants. It’s very small and hard to find, so your local host will take you there. Who knows, maybe you could grab a slice of pizza and a glass of wine while you’re there, and take in it’s bright buntings, blue windows, citrus orange bricks, and fuchsia doors. It’s definitely a picture-worthy sightseeing spot in London.
Big Ben, Parliament and Westminster Abbey
True iconic landmarks of London, your trip wouldn’t be the same if you didn’t visit these spectacular sights. These old buildings are what make London so astounding; Westminster Abbey in all its grandeur, Parliament with its political background and Big Ben standing tall and proud above the rest. If that doesn’t intrigue you, maybe the architecture of these stunning developments will catch your eye, dating back to 1016.