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How to Spend Ten Days in London

I really like to plan things. Like REALLY like to plan things.

I  had a good friend of mine visit from New York last spring, and of course, I planned out the ten days of her trip so that she can make sure to hit up all the neighborhoods and have some organization to her trip. Since I'm not a native Londoner, I had several Londoners approve my itinerary. And it was approved! Some days are busier than others but if you follow this plan you will get to see a neighborhood or a few neighborhoods per day. Please don't forget to share this post.

 

How to Spend Ten Days in London:

Day One

Kensington/Fitzrovia/ Marylebone/ Bloomsbury

 

Sherlock Holmes Museum

Start off your day Having  Breakfast in Bloomsbury or Fitzrovia. Work off your breakfast by taking a stroll through the  Bloomsbury Writer’s Walk and head towards the British Museum, where you can peruse through the museums vast collection of historical artifacts. This place is huge and will require several hours of your day. Admission is free. 

 

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Walking distance from the British Museum are plenty of stores and restaurants. If you're ready to put your feet up and enjoy a relaxing Cuppa' stop by Yumchaa or Kaffeine. Depending on how long you spent at the British Museum, you may be ready for dinner, head to Bao for some delicious cheap Taiwanese eats.

Nearby Tube Stations: Goodge, Tottenham Court Road

 

Day Two

Hyde Park is Huge so you will want lots of time to explore this beauty. Stop for some lunch at Serpentine Cafe or a pint at the local favorite. The Churchill Arms in Kensington.  Apsley House and Wellington Arch are both nearby. If you're ready for some Afternoon tea The Orangery at Kensington Palace is a spot worth visiting.  Head to Knightsbridge to see the world famous Harrod’s.

 

 

 

Afternoon Tea at the Orangery

Day Three

Covent Garden is rated one of London's coolest neighborhoods.

 

 

Rococo Chocolates

 

Seven Dials

Day Four

Spitalfields, Barbican. Shoreditch

 

Shoreditch Street Art

Brick Lane

Cereal Killer Cafe (Shoreditch)

 

Brick Lane Beigel Bake

 

 

Day Five

 Southwark/Brixton

 

The Tate Modern

 

 

Borough Market

 

 

 Day Six

Liverpool/Aldgate

 

 

The Gherkin

London Bridge

 

Tower of London

 

Leadenhall Market

View from Sky Garden

 

 

 

Day 7

Soho/Mayfair/King’s Cross

 

Granary Square

 

King’s Cross Platform 9 ¾

 

 

 

Little Venice to Camden

 

Camden Market

 

 

Chin Chin at Camden Market

 

 

 

The Grain Store

 

 

 Day 8

Chelsea/Fulham/ Victoria/Westminster

 

Chelsea Embankment

 

 

Buckingham Palace

Westminster Abbey

Big Ben

Day Nine

 

Bond Street/Oxford Circus

 

Leicester Square

Trafalgar Square

 

 

 

Day 10

Notting Hill

Houses near Holland Park

 

Portobello Road Market

 

Holland Park Station

 

Notting Hill Houses

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