If You Could Just Do One Thing In London...
There is too much to do in London; museums to visit, restaurants to eat in, landmarks to photograph, shows to see, and pubs to drink in. You can’t get everything done in a single day, whether it’s due to time restrictions, or a limited budget. That said, you don’t want to go to London and not do at least one thing that will make everyone back home green with envy. If you could do just one thing in London, make sure it’s something to remember. Here are a few attractions you can check out in London for an unforgettable visit.
Going out for a night in London is always going to be memorable, but if it’s the only thing you’re enjoying during your visit, then why not splurge on an exclusive nightclub - it’ll increase your chances of rubbing shoulders with celebrities. The Toy Room is the hottest destination in Mayfair, exclusively playing R&B and Hip Hop music. Make sure you dress in your finest outfit and get on the Toy Room guestlist for a chance of even getting into this exclusive club. Fortunately, ladies on the guest list who arrive before 11 pm stand a chance of getting in for free. If you’re lucky, you might be treated to a performance from DJ Kaveh and DJ Prince Charles.
See everything at once
The only way to see everything London has to offer at once is by taking a spin on the London Eye. The queues can get pretty long depending on the time of day, so if you’re in a hurry you can skip the line completely with a London Eye: Skip-the-Line Ticket. This advance ticket allows you to take a ride at any time on the day you plan to visit. From the high vantage point, you can see the Shard, Buckingham Palace, the Houses of Parliament, and all across central London. You can even go during the evening and see London in all its illuminated glory.
Catch a show
London is never short of entertainment, and you don’t have to let your budget stop you from spending an evening at the theatre. You can choose to catch a matinee of one of the many West End productions available, or you can experience a show by the bard himself at Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre. You don’t even need to go to a theatre to see a play. A particular speciality of London theatre are plays staged in non-traditional spaces. The Finborough Theatre is a tiny room above the Earl’s Court pub, so the drinks there will be discounted. The Arcola is a converted industrial building in Dalston. There's plenty to keep the open-minded theatre-goer on their toes.
Go on tour
A lot of things have happened in London during its long history, which is part of the draw for visiting its museums. You can combine a museum visit with sightseeing by going on a Jack the Ripper tour, the London Rock tour, or even just a classic sightseeing tour on a bus.