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London, a 21st- century city with the history stretching back to Roman times, has retained its charm over the centuries. Numerous tourists flock to this iconic city to witness its charm.

Therefore, a large number of London tour packages are crafted to cater to the needs and requirements of such travelers. With our well-priced London packages, one gets to experience a best-in-class vacation with verified and trusted agents of TravelBlooperIndia. Explore the city while spending enough quality time with your loved ones and rejuvenate in the city of dreams.

TravelBlooperIndia offers a plethora of London holiday packages specially designed by our travel experts to facilitate travelers with a planned, organized, and hassle-free vacation. Therefore, these packages incorporate a detailed itinerary which looks after a number of needs and requirements of the travelers ranging from sightseeing tours to outdoor activities, transfers, and accommodations as well. Moreover, travelers can customize these itineraries according to their personal preferences, and requirements since London tour package with airfare are fully customizable.

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Places to Visit in London tour package

London is one of the most visited countries in Europe. The beautiful place is rich in art, culture, heritage and has a lot to offer to every kind of tourist. There are numerous places to see and visit in London that will keep one busy through their vacation regardless of the duration. London also offers people with some experiences that are unlike any other and can only be had in this dreamy city. The top ones are listed below so do make sure you experience these amazing things when in London.

1. Take Afternoon Tea Chesterfield Hotel in Mayfair

  • What’s Special: High tea in the garden
  • Nearby Attractions: Park Lane, Berkeley Square, Buckingham Palace
  • Timings: 12:30 PM to 5:30 PM
  • Distance From City Center: 1.1 mi
  • Transportation Options: Taxi

Visiting London and not enjoying a high afternoon tea is a big no-no. It is something that must be experienced and there is no other place than the Chesterfield Hotel in Mayfair that will give you an experience of a lifetime. The place is quite popular for its afternoon tea and has tourists coming in from all the directions to enjoy it. The tea is served either their Conservatory, which is flooded with natural daylight, set against the backdrop of the garden and fountain or The Butler's Restaurant which is warm and intimate and provides a quintessentially British dining experience. One enjoyflavors like rhubarb and custard macaron, an apple drop, a coca-cola slice and a liquorice allsorts lemon cheesecake. Chocoholics won't be disappointed as a decadent chocolate fudge eclair and peanut butter cup are amongst the sweet treats on offer. 

2. Seeing The View From The Coca Cola London Eye

  • What’s Special: View from the top
  • Nearby Attractions: Thames River, SEA Life, Leake Street Arches
  • Entry Fees: Adults: 30 Pounds, Children (3 to 15 years): 24 pounds and children under 3: free
  • Timings: 10 AM to 8: 30 Pm
  • Distance From City Center: 1.2 miles
  • Transportation Options: Underground, Taxi

London Eye is basically a Ferris wheel located on the bank of the River Thames. It s 443 feet in height and is London’s most popular tourist attraction. The wheel has 32 cabins with the capacity to carry 25 people. The wheel takes 2 revolutions per hour. Today people come to the London eye to see and observe the spectacular view of London from the top. Getting on this Ferris wheel is a must-have experience.

3. Harry Potter cocktails at The Cauldron Pub London

  • What’s Special: The Harry Potter world feels
  • Nearby Attractions: Mail Rail at the Postal Museum, SEA Life, James Rupapara
  • Timings :- 
  • Tuesday : 5 pm–1 am
  • Wednesday : 3 pm–1 am
  • Thursday : 3 pm–1 am
  • Friday : 12 pm–1 am
  • Saturday : 11am–1am
  • Sunday : 5pm–12am
  • Monday : Closed
  • Distance From City Center: 4.6 mi
  • Transportation Options: Taxi, Bus

If you are a Harry Potter fan then visiting this place is a must for you. This magical cocktail bar will take you to the world of wizarding where you can get boozy cocktail classes. They will give you an actual experience of the magical land by providing you a robe and a wand for you to take classes. The decor is also inspired by our favorite Harry Potter and will transport you to the magical land. Try mixing potions at the cauldron using a set of ingredients that are sourced from magick textbooks. You will be chopping, grinding and mixing the concoctions and ultimately enjoy the drink.

4. The Changing of the Guard, Buckingham Palace

  • What’s Special: The ceremony of guard changing
  • Nearby Attractions: Buckingham Palace
  • Entry Fees: Free
  • Timings: 10:45 AM
  • Distance From City Center: 0.6 mi
  • Transportation Options: Underground, Bus

See the beautiful and thrilling ceremony of guard change in Buckingham Palace in the morning when in London. The change of guard happens every morning and lasts for 45 minutes and is absolutely intense. People come to see this taking charge of the duties from regiment to the new one from different parts of the world.

5. Go shopping at Harrods

  • What’s Special: Luxurious brands
  • Nearby Attractions: Buckingham Palace, Hyde Park, Natural History Museum, Victoria and Albert Museum
  • Timings:-
  • Monday to Saturday: 10 am to 8 pm
  • Sunday: 11:30 to 6 pm
  • Distance From City Center: 1.9 mi
  • Transportation Options: Underground, Taxi

Harrods is one of the most popular places to visit in London. This famous luxury department store is absolutely beautiful to look at. The shopping department houses some of the most expensive brands in the world. There are a lot of things that one can purchase from here and if not one can enjoy window shopping at all times. People can buy chocolates, souvenirs, toys and more.

6. Big Ben and Parliament

  • What’s Special: Second-largest chiming clock with four faces in the world
  • Nearby Attractions: BFI London, The O2, Westminster Abbey
  • Timings: Anytime
  • Distance From City: 500 meters
  • Transportation Options: London Underground, Bus, Cab

Located next to the houses of parliament, Big Ben is officially known as the Elizabeth Tower. It is not only an attraction that attracts tourists but also serves as a landmark that identifies the city of London.

7. Somerset House

  • What’s Special: The courtyard serves as a fountain show in the summers and turns into an ice rink in the winter.
  • Nearby Attractions: Soho, British Museum
  • Timings: 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
  • Distance From City: 900 meters
  • Transportation Options: London Underground, Bus, Cab

The Somerset House is one of the most popular examples of neo-classical architecture that is frequented by travelers from around the world. This place is always bustling with tourists, local food vendors, and buskers who create a vibrant atmosphere in the area.

8. St. Paul’s Cathedral

  • What’s Special: The dome has 528 steps atop which there’s a view of the London skyline.
  • Nearby Attractions: British Museum, National Gallery
  • Timings: 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM
  • Distance From City: 1.8 kilometers
  • Transportation Options: London Underground, Bus, Cab

The St. Paul’s Cathedral is an Anglican church situated at one of the highest points in London, offering an unmatchable view of the city. The landmark is a celebrated part of the London skyline for the last 300 years and it holds a symbol of cultural significance in the city.

9. Warner Bros. Studio

  • What’s Special: Known for the shooting of Harry Potter, Star Wars, Batman movies, and more.
  • Nearby Attractions: Somerset House, Tower of London
  • Timings: 8:30 AM - 10:00 PM
  • Distance From City: 2.6 kilometers
  • Transportation Options: London Underground, Bus, Cab

The Warner Bros. Studios is one of the largest in the UK that is a popular attraction for its Harry Potter tour that takes fans and enthusiasts on a journey of exploration and magical events during a ticketed event.

How to Reach London?

Reaching London is sure to be easy, thanks to it being one of the most well-connected cities in the world. There are five airports here, along with several train and bus stations that can offer you connections to your part of the world. Take a look below at the most used modes of transport to reach London:

By Air

There are five airports in London, including the much famed Heathrow, which is the largest and most frequented. The others include Stansted and Gatwick. These airports are well connected to most parts of the world, including Asia, Europe, the Americas, etc. There are daily flights to London from India, and other countries as well.

By Train

London is well connected to various cities in Europe, including Paris, Amsterdam, Berlin and so on. In fact, London is the hub of the British Rail Network, and offers regular trains for coming into or leaving the city. It is an effective way of traveling, since fares are cheaper as compared to flights, and yet the service is pretty good.

By Road

Traveling via car and buses to reach London is also a good idea, if you are coming in from any of the neighboring countries. The road networks excellent and the countryside is beautiful enough to make you think of it as an experience in itself. Needless to say, it is one of the most economical ways to travel, and much preferred by budget travellers.

By Sea

Travelling to London by sea is possible, although the journey will take a lot more time than a flight will and is sure to be an expensive one. Also, sea charters from India to London are currently not available for travelers.

Best Time to Visit London

Autumn is the best time to visit London. The months from September to November offer ideal weather conditions making it traveler friendly. Fall makes the city look all the more enchanting and makes your trip to London worthwhile. Lose yourself in the wonders of London with cheap London packages designed exclusively by verified and trusted agents, keeping in mind your best interest. The rain in London may occur any time of the year. However, the early summer months offer bright sunshine on a few days that can be a real blessing on a English holiday. The parks are lush green and outdoor sightseeing is really rewarding in the summer season. Snowfall in winter is a rare occurance although the weather from November through February is freezing. The best time to avail discounts on our London holiday tour packages is the off season is the latter half of the year, especially fall and winter months.

March to May

Though it might not be the peak season of the year to visit London, but then London witnesses a huge flock of tourists during the late spring season as well. This is the best time to savor the blossoming view of the lush gardens, and take a romantic stroll through the royal parks.

June to August

In London, the arrival of summer does not mean that rainfalls bid adieu to the region. With subsequent humidity, comfortable temperatures, and bearable crowds, you can explore London on a budget tour at this time of the year.

September to November

If you are a culture vulture, and want to unveil the rich culture of London, then the duration starting from September and lasting till November can be a great time to observe its many events and festivals, such as London Fashion Week, Museums at Night, The Lord Mayor’s Show, and others.

December to February

If you love exploring the chilly environs, then getting on an excursion to London at this time of the year would probably the best thing to do. In fact, with several festivals around, like: Christmas and New Year, here is your chance to explore it at its full glory.

The most pleasant months to visit London are March through September when the temperatures are pleasant for sightseeing and the city is bustling with hype. Although, winter in London is also a prime tourist season as the capital lights up with Christmas markets and activities such as ice-skating for the visitors.



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