There aren’t many cities in the world that have as much history as London, and even though it’s been joined by other major cities worldwide, it is still one of the most impressive. Today, London may be known for high rent and rainy weather, but despite these complaints, there is an inescapable charm to England’s crown jewel.
London sees its fair share of tourists, and newcomers are always looking for the best ways to enjoy their new surroundings. That’s not to say that the denizens of London aren’t also looking to have fun, however. In a city so large, there are so many things to do that choosing between them will often feel bewildering.
Thankfully, you won’t have to guide yourself through London’s lanes alone, as we’re here to give you the inside scoop on where to go and how to meet the right people. Enjoying a city is as much about the people that you experience it with as it is about the places you go, so one is just as important as the other.
We’ve put together various guides that will ensure that all of our readers find something that they can enjoy in the capital of the UK. If you want to take in The Shard and the rest of London’s skyline, then you may be looking for the best rooftop bar, so we’ll have a list exploring our favorites.
If you need a group activity, why not try out something exciting like an escape room? Trying to puzzle your way out of unfamiliar places can be exhilarating, and it can make you feel pretty clever by the end of things. London is known for the quality of its escape rooms, and we’ll be showing you the cream of the crop.
Despite London’s reputation as an expensive city, many are surprised to find that there are plenty of places to eat on the cheap. If you’re a fan of breakfast, then you’ll have to try a Full English before leaving London, and countless establishments specialize in that particular dish.
You’ll find all of that and more in our article discussing the best cheap eats in the city. Once you’re done eating, you may be up for something out of the ordinary. A city doesn’t exist for as long as London without amassing its share of oddities, and we’ll also help you explore them in our guide to its top unusual spots.
Along with our guide to cheap restaurants, we’ll also cover the best free things that you can do in London if you’re feeling a little more frugal.
You’ll find plenty of opportunities to have fun in the city, whether or not you’re on a budget, and our final blog post will go over the places where you can meet new people. For both residents and visitors, a new group of friends can make exploring London even more exciting.