London in 48 hours: So Much to Do, So Little Time Although the sheer size and number of attractions make London in 48 hours…
Kensington is a great area of London. The buildings are grand and historic, the streets are wide and leafy and the hustle and bustle of London can often seem far away.
London is such a huge city with so many diverse neighbourhoods that if your time is limited in this great city and you’re not so interested in hitting the main tourist sights, one way to get a really good feel for London is to pick an area and spend an afternoon just exploring around there.
London’s famous skyline can be enjoyed from a variety of city locations during a walk.
Every city is best discovered through the eyes of a local, and Fred Butler definitely ticks that box. In her first book ’It’s A London Thing’, the accessories designer and style blogger collects her most exclusive recommendations and allows readers to dive deep into one of the world’s coolest cities.
Did you know that the London Underground is the oldest metro system in the world? It first opened in 1863 with steam trains operating the route between Paddington and Farringdon, carrying 38,000 passengers on its opening day. Nowadays, it is one of the busiest systems in the world, carrying over a billion people around the city each year.
My tips for a perfect weekend in London from shopping through sightseeing right up to a natter over a cup of coffee and getting spruced up in a bar.
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