FIRST TIME: LONDON TOP SIGHTS | London Itinerary and Map

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What’s the trip? This itinerary and map is perfect for your FIRST TRIP, covering all London top sights and top activities. Check out the TRIP PHOTO GALLERY.

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What’s the trip? London top sights!

This itinerary and map is perfect for anyone’s first trip to London. The itinerary guides travelers through London top sights, best eats and top activities, ideal for anyone’s first trip to the city. The trip includes eating at amazing restaurants, hearing live music, shopping locally, going on walks and checking out the city’s vibrant parks. And don’t forget the nightlife!



London Top Sights – Day 1

Arrive in London. Spend the day exploring city’s key historic sights. Relax over tea, scones and jam. Get some fresh air in the park and settle in for a gourmet, British dinner.

London Top Sights – Day 2

Explore the best of modern London. Start with a jog or walk in Regent’s Park, then take the elevator to the 72nd floor of the Shard building, have a foodie lunch at Broadway Market, check out contemporary art and feast on Indian food.

London Top Sights – Day 3

Explore east London – the grittier, hipper and design oriented part of the city. Guzzle good coffee, catch an artsy movie, sip strong drinks and catch a live music gig.

London Top Sights – Day 4

Explore west London – the posh, proper and tradition-oriented part of the city. Start by shopping at London’s best known department store, then walk over to the V&A Museum and the Saatchi Gallery. Feast on British fare at a local pub and dance to 80s music.

London Top Sights – Day 5

Spend the last day walking around central London. Highlights include breakfast at a chic bookshop, a photo gallery, browsing bespoke goods at Liberty and dancing in the city’s old Red Light district.