London is the first city that comes to most people’s minds when they think of England, and this is where most tourists land when they come to the country. Since it is a big city, you would get confused about touristy things to do. Here are some things that you can do on your next visit to the town.

Go to Hyde Park

Hyde Park is one of the most famous places in London. If you are in the mood for just chilling during the day or taking a walk with nature, head over to Hype Park. The park is historically essential since a lot of protests took place here. If you are there at the right time, you might find some artist or debater talking in the park at the Speaker’s Corner. For nature-lovers, there are two water bodies where you can see swans and go paddle-boating.

Stroll around Camden

Young tourists will fall in love with this place as it is the hub of tattoo artistry and gothic crowds. Also, you can try out international cuisines in the streets of Camden. There are many stalls selling artwork, trinkets and vintage clothing that you can take back home as souvenirs.

See London from the London Eye

You would have seen the London Eye on almost every postcard from the city so when you are actually in London, definitely buy a ticket for the Eye. Once you are on the top, you will be able to see the whole city. While some of you might want to marvel at the hugeness of the city, others would find it a perfect spot to take pictures for Instagram. If you visit at night, you will be able to see the wheel in different colours, according to the season.

Some people might wonder how they can get to the London Eye. Use one of the
chauffeur services London, and you will be able to get to the giant Ferris wheel quickly. There is an aquarium right next to the London eye so you can see both the places in one go.

Walk around Baker Street

If you are a Sherlock Holmes fan, you would instantly remember the name of this iconic street. This is the street where Holmes lived in London. On this street, you will find the Sherlock Holmes Museum. Also, you can visit the Madame Tussauds museum and take selfies with wax figures of your favourite celebs. If you get fed up of the rush on the street, you can take refuge in the Regent’s Park nearby.

Party in Soho

Soho is the home for the LGBTQ community in the city. If you are looking for an activity to do when the London sun goes down, you can head over to Soho and party in one of the many bars or theatres in the neighbourhood. Even in the morning, you can enjoy going to quaint cafes and music shops. At the end of your trip, when your
Gatwick airport chauffeur is taking you to the airport, you will surely reminisce on all the memories made in the city.

Author's Bio: 

New York Times bestselling author Hamza Fox writes sweet, fun, action-packed mysteries. His characters is clever and fearless, but in real life, Hamza is afraid of basements, bees, and going upstairs when it is dark behind her. Let’s face it. Hamza wouldn’t last five minutes in one of his books.

Hamza is best known for his Southern Ghost Hunter mysteries and for his Accidental Demon Slayer books.