London Honeymoon Activities

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  • Soo1993
    51 contributions
    Visited whilst on a trip to London. Only had 2 hours but managed to see most things. Very interesting historically. Beefeaters need training in customer service ( which is ultimately what their job is) bit impatient and miserable. Most looks a bit overgrown and scruffy
    Written 25 September 2023
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  • Karla D
    Porirua, New Zealand55 contributions
    My family, including two teenage daughters, did this on our first day in London and loved it. Great views over the city. An opportunity to see lots of the familiar landmarks and a nice pace too.
    Wasn’t sure if I should splash out on this but it was well worth it. Recommended.
    Written 24 September 2023
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  • Natalie L
    18 contributions
    Came specifically to see the tudor period paintings and I wasn't disappointed!
    A must see if you are a fan of the period. Didn't have time to explore the other floors, another visit another time.. hopefully!
    Written 17 September 2023
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  • abhinavkapoor1984
    New Delhi, India21 contributions
    Good to visit the place. Landmark of london. Nothing so special, a short stay of 30 min is sufficient there.
    A walk from london bridge to tower bridge is good.
    Please carry a umbrella. Must do.
    Umbrella cost at nearby shops is 15£. Better take from ur home.
    Written 24 September 2023
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  • Peter B
    Cincinnati, OH322 contributions
    I've been here twice, once on my own and once on a guided tour. I recommend the tour, especially one that lets you enter 30 minutes or so before the crowds. Its quiet and you get photos of the depth of the building without that lady in the bright red coat always slipping into the frame.
    Written 24 September 2023
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  • Bobstar
    61 contributions
    Strolled round Hyde Park after visiting Harrods, we sat people watching for a couple of hours then walked round the lake, beautiful hot day lots of people out some runners, lots of park attenders around deck chairs were scattered around to use £3 an hour, bought an ice cream and a beer from the cafe. Great atmosphere could easily have spent a full day in here.
    Written 15 September 2023
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  • ARI M
    9 contributions
    Heart of London. Famous and market is fun. Lots to see and lots to do. Dining here is a treat. We had a good time. Safe feeling. Friendly.
    Written 21 September 2023
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  • Robmc
    Limerick, Ireland195 contributions
    What a great place to visit and for FREE, we visited on a thursday around 2pm so wasn't overly busy and we did have tickets booked, the viewing terrace did close not long after our arrival due to bad weather but we'd luckily been out for a few photos and where happy to relax and have a drink and soak up all the views.
    Written 25 September 2023
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  • Hong
    Singapore, Singapore12 contributions
    No entrance fee. Nice weather in this summer, especially the last week in September 2013. Many types of flora and fauna can be seen. Different types of flowers. Animals like squirrels, different species of ducks, swans, geese, and birds, etc. nice place for photography.
    Written 13 September 2023
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  • abhinavkapoor1984
    New Delhi, India21 contributions
    Be in london must visit for a tourist.
    Cross the bridge an go around big ben. Good place to spend some time. Many statues of great people behind.
    Written 24 September 2023
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  • Albermarle
    Surrey210 contributions
    The cathedral is unusual due to its age of around 325 years old. Most UK and European cathedrals are either much older, or relatively new. Although an Anglican cathedral, its design/decoration was heavily influenced by Catholic and Italian style. Some of the decoration is from Victorian period, and a small part was rebuilt after being demolished by a bomb in WW2.
    The Whispering Gallery had very recently reopened after being fitted with an anti suicide fence. The steps up to are many, but quite shallow. They get steeper as you go higher to get a view over London.
    Overall a more interesting experience than most cathedral visits. However even with a free tour, £70 for 3 adults is the main downside of the visit.
    Written 30 August 2023
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  • Lamabads
    Ipswich, UK138 contributions
    Our visit to the viewing platforms was a birthday treat, and luckily we picked a very fine day. The experience is amazing, the views awesome and you are so high up everything below looks like it’s in a model of London. The trains going in and out of London Bridge, particularly reminded us of a train set! Pretty awe-inspiring views. Service at the cocktail bar was very, very good, even though drinks are a tad expensive. However, this is a unique place to have a cocktail or a glass of champagne! All the staff were very friendly and engaging, so this was a very special event.
    Written 4 September 2023
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  • Paul H
    Surrey, UK43 contributions
    This is a large art collection in a London townhouse. It's a bit of a deceptive start as the ground floor has a number of smaller residential rooms, but when you get to the upper floor you find there are large gallery spaces. The collection seems to focus on the rococo, which isn't my favourite to be honest, but if you like upper class flesh then this is for you. It's not all that, there are a lot of other works that are very worth seeing. There's a bit of a museum of armour and things alongside the art, which I wasn't too interested in to be honest, but overall I'd thoroughly recommend a visit.
    Written 16 September 2023
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  • TWal1
    Canberra, Australia2,846 contributions
    We enjoyed wandering through Regent’s Park. Like other London parks, it is a large green space and is relatively flat and easy walking. We also ventured onto Primrose Hill and Queen Mary’s Gardens. This was a very pleasant way to spend half a day.
    Written 22 September 2023
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  • J. Sullivan
    Laguna Niguel, CA13 contributions
    This review is of the Greenwich Cruise Pier where our Viking ship docked while in London. It is surprisingly hard to find information about this location, so I'm writing this to help the next TripAdvisor traveler.

    Our ship anchored in the middle of the Thames, right between Canary Wharf and Greenwich. To get to shore, Uber boats (similar to a Viking tender) shuttled passengers to/from the ship and the Pier. The ride is very short - maybe 4 minutes, but the process to get on the Uber boat, wait, and then drive made it a 20-30 minute all-in process. The Pier is right at the Cutty Sark if you are looking for a map reference point.

    So Greenwich is very easy to access if your cruise ship stops here. Canary Wharf, by contrast, is much more difficult to access if you are thinking of going to a restaurant on that side of the river.

    Cruise ships that stop at the Greenwich Cruise Pier provide a huge advantage to travelers going to London versus ships that go to Southampton and call it "London" even though it's quite a distance away.
    Written 17 September 2023
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