How Do I See London in Three Days? A Guide to Seeing the City from London Bloomsbury

By Shoaib
June 3, 2024
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No matter which of our hotels near London Bloomsbury you opt to stay in, you’ll find there’s plenty to see and do in the local area. What’s more, this area makes it quick and easy to get anywhere you’d like to go in the city, helping you to make the most of your limited time here. With just three days to spend in London, you’ll want to make sure you have a plan in place to use your time wisely. Keep reading as we discover how to see London in three days from London Bloomsbury.

Day 1

Start your first day off nice and early to beat the crowds in London. You can take the tube this morning to Marble Arch, where you can start your explorations of Hyde Park and Buckingham Palace. If you time your visit right, you can watch the Changing of the Guard, which takes place in the late morning. After stopping for lunch, you can then head over to St. James’s Park and Westminster Abbey. A visit inside here is something we highly recommend for first-time visitors to the city, but make sure you set a couple of hours aide to see everything. From there, you can head to the River Thames and see Westminster Palace and Big Ben. Finish off your first day in the city with a visit to the London Eye before heading back to Gower Street for dinner and to head to bed.

Day 2

Start off your second day nice and early again with a visit to the Tower of London. From there, you can head to Tower Bridge and add on a visit to HMS Belfast if this is something that’s of interest to you. From London Bridge, you can take the underground to Camden Town, which is a popular stop for lunch at the street food stands. This afternoon, visit the British Museum, which is best accessed by tube from Goodge Street. It’s one of the world’s top museum for a reason, so make sure you allow enough time to see all of the main exhibits here. This evening, head back to London Bloomsbury and enjoy exploring closer to your London hotel. Oxford Street, Chinatown, and Regent Street all have plenty of shops and dining options to keep you entertained tonight before putting your feet up for a well-deserved rest.

Day 3

Your final day in London should be spent doing any of the activities that you are really excited to experience in the city. For most visitors, we recommend seeing at least one of the museums in the South Kensington area, which are easily accessed by tube. The Natural History Museum or the Science Museum are two of the best options, but the Victoria & Albert Museum also appeals to a lot of travellers. In the afternoon or evening, make the most of the central location of your hotel by booking a West End show. There are so many options on offer currently, and you can add a dinner before or after your show to create the perfect final night in London.

Hotel Cavendish, Arran House Hotel and Bloomsbury Palace Hotel are all located within a short distance of London Bloomsbury. This itinerary can help you to maximise your time when staying at any of these hotels, and the three hotels all offer something to fit everyone’s needs, whether you are looking for a budget hotel or a 4 star hotel in London. Contact us today for more information about any of our London hotels or to start planning your next stay here with us.

 

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