LONDON TRAVEL GUIDE

Hi lovies, I found a lot of London snaps on my phone which I hadn’t shared yet so I decided to make a mini London travel guide! I will discuss food spots, where to shop and how to travel. Enjoy reading and let me know if you still got other tips or hotspots!

Lots of love! Xx

FOOD SPOTS

-SKETCH:

Sketch is a dream. It is a lunch room in the middle of the center and most known about their pink High tea room. If you want to have a High Tea in the pink room you need to make a reservation in advance! Don’t forget to make a trip to the coolest bathroom ever!

-SUSHI SAMBA:
Read my post about this restaurant here!

  • Their website
  • Location: Heron Tower, 110 Bishopsgate, 39th Floor, London

-MAZE GRILL BY GORDON RAMSAY:

We went to this restaurant as suprise for my love. He always watches Gordon Ramsay’s Hell’s Kitchen TV Show, so I thought he would be happy with visiting one. Loved it! The food was really good! They have meat, fish dishes and also sushi. The desserts were delicious!

  • Their website
  • Location: 10-13 Grosvenor Square, Mayfair, London

SHOPPING

-The most stores (Forever21, H&M, Lush…) are located at Oxford street and Regent street. Open from Monday till Friday from 9.30-20.00 and in the weekends from 9.00 til 21.00. Metro stations: Marble Arch/Bond Street/Oxford Circus

-The more luxurious boutiques (Cartier, Louis Vuitton, Chanel…) are located in Mayfair and SOHO. Open from monday till saturday from 10.00 til 19.00 and sunday from 12.00 till 18.00. At a walking distance of 30 minutes from Oxford you have Harrods. A super big department store full of heaven! open from monday till saturday from 10.00 till 21.00 and sunday from 11.30 till 18.00

HOW TO MOVE YOURSELF THROUHG LONDON

-The easiest way to travel around London is with the Tube! With stations all over London, divided into nine travel zones. Zone 1 is the center of London. If you are staying a few days in London and you are planning to visit all the tourist hot spots, the best thing to do is to buy an Oyster card. This cards costs £10 and is also valid on the bus. A tube ride with the Oyster Card costs £2,30 (without an Oyster Card £4,80). 

-Riding the bus gives you the best view of the city and a bus ride costs £1,50 with the Oyster Card. ‘The Original Tour’ is a good option (https://www.theoriginaltour.com/). A day card costs £29 and you can hop-on, hop-off wherever you want. 

-The Black Cabs are a good option for shorter distances.

 

 

 

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