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It goes without saying that one day in London is not enough to explore one of the most amazing cities in the world. However, you can make the most of every moment you are there in the 24 hours. Getting to London has never been easier or more convenient. However, it is worth visiting London and discovering all the pleasures of the tiring. London is one of the most exciting and beautiful cities in the world. Its ancient history and cultural and architectural diversity make it a popular and attractive tourist destination for visitors. London is famous for its iconic landmarks that are world famous. The Tower of London is one of the most prominent tourist destinations, with a long history that spans more than 900 years. You can explore the historic building and learn about its interesting story, as well as enjoy its wonderful views of the River Thames.

 

1) Morning period:

8:00 am

. The Wolseley
. Duration of the visit: one hour
. Opening and closing times: 7 am to 9 pm (Monday to Friday) and 8 am to 9 pm (Saturday and Sunday).
Wake up bright and head to breakfast at one of London’s best spots, The Wolseley, famous for its traditional breakfasts and grand European charm. The restaurant serves breakfast, lunch, all-day refreshments, afternoon tea, dinner and late evening snacks, all of which include classic European dishes. Wolseley is particularly popular for its breakfast, with top dishes including kedgeree, homemade baked goods, and classic egg dishes, as well as vegetarian and vegan options. Popular lunch and dinner options include steak and seafood dishes and Welsh rosettes.
For prices and dishes, visit the link:
https://www.thewolseley.com/?utm_source=google&utm_medium=local&utm_campaign=GoogleMyBusiness

9:00 am

. Buckingham PalaceV
. Duration of the visit: two hours
. Opening and closing times: every day of the week from 9:00 am to 7:30 pm
. Entrance fee: $35 for adults, $20 for children
. The distance between the restaurant and Buckingham Palace: five (5) minutes by car
Nine (9) minutes on foot.
After you’ve finished with the restaurant, head along the tree-lined Mall and admire Buckingham Palace, the official residence of the royal family since 1837. During the summer, on select dates from November to December, and on Easter, visitors can tour the 19 state rooms. which forms the heart of the palace. These magnificent rooms are decorated with some of the greatest treasures from the royal collection, including paintings by Rembrandt, Rubens, and Canaletto. The Royal Mews and The Queen’s Gallery are both part of the Buckingham Palace site, but have their own entrances for visitors and can therefore be visited separately. Both places are open most of the year, including when the palace itself is closed.
Palace link: https://www.rct.uk/visit/buckingham-palace

11 o’clock in the morning

Westminster Abbey
Duration of the visit: two hours
Opening and closing times: Monday through Friday from 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.; On Friday from 9:00 am to 3:00 pm
Entrance fee: $20 for adults; $10 for kids
Distance from Buckingham Palace to Westminster Abbey: five (5) minutes by car
14 minutes on foot.
Westminster Abbey has been the coronation site of all British monarchs since 1066 and is home to the ancient coronation chair found in St George’s Chapel. It is also the final resting place of 30 kings and queens with memorials to Edward the Confessor, Richard II, Elizabeth I, Mary Queen of Scots and more royal tombs located within the abbey. Visit Poets’ Corner, where more than 100 poets and writers are buried or commemorated, including Geoffrey Chaucer, William Shakespeare, Jane Austen and Charles Dickens. Step into the Lady Chapel and gaze at its stunning vaulted ceiling; see ancient murals at The Chapter House in the East Cloister; admire the Queen’s Window designed by world-famous artist David Hockney; And head to the West Door to honor statues of 10 heroic modern martyrs, including Martin Luther King Jr.
Find out where to buy tickets: https://www.westminster-abbey.org/

 

2) Lunch period:

1:00 o’clock

. Shakespeare’s Globe
. Duration of the visit: one hour
. Opening and closing times: every day of the week from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm
. The distance between Westminster Abbey and Shakespeare’s Globe: four (4) minutes by car
15 minutes on foot
This ideally located restaurant also boasts unsurpassed views of the London skyline and the River Thames, allowing you to enjoy seasonal cocktails, brunch, lunch or dinner with sweeping views. Upscale decor includes the likes of full-height wood paneling, chandeliers, and a marble back bar. The list is in front of you, choose from it what you desire and store energy in order to complete the day.
For the full menu: https://www.shakespearesglobe.com/

2:00 o’clock

Sea trip
Flight duration: two hours
Distance between Shakespeare’s Globe and the River Thames: 40 minutes by car
Cruise along the River Thames on an Uber boat by Thames Clippers from Bankside Quay to North Greenwich. From here, jump into fun and happiness with a return ride on the IFS Cloud Cable Car to enjoy stunning views of Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, the modern landmark The O2 and the city skyline. So feel free to take part in this journey.
To book, click on the link: https://www.thamesclippers.com/

4:30 o’clock

Tower of London
Duration of the visit: two hours
Opening and closing times: daily from 9:00 am to 6:00 pm
Entrance fee: 35$ for adults;20$ for kids
The distance between the River Thames and the Towers of London: 40 minutes by car
The Tower of London is one of the most famous castles in the world with many tales to be discovered within the ancient walls. Discover the importance of the Crown Jewels to the British monarchy and the role the Tower plays in protecting these treasures. Shiny objects include the coronation crest from the Coronation Spoon to St. Edward’s Crown. It has been used in coronation ceremonies for centuries, including the coronation of King Charles III and Queen Camilla in 2023. Be amazed by the White Tower, which was initially built to deter invaders but now houses impressive suits of armor and exciting hands-on activities for families. The Bloody Tower has an even more terrifying history, so discover the murderous tales of this notorious former prison, or learn more about the tower’s role as a place of torture in Lower Wakefield Tower. No visit to the Tower of London is complete without meeting its famous residents. Take a tour with the Yeoman Warders (aka ‘Beefeaters’) and spot ravens, as legend has it, if these protective birds leave the Tower of London, the kingdom will fall.

6:30 o’clock

Tower Bridge
Duration of the visit: one hour
Opening and closing times: every day of the week from 10:00 am to 7:30 pm
Entrance fee: 15$ for adults; 6$ for kids
The distance between tower of london and tower bridge: four (4) minutes by car
8 minutes on foot
As evening approaches, stroll across one of London’s most famous landmarks, Tower Bridge. Enjoy panoramic views of city life from glass floors and elevated walkways, 42 meters (138 feet) above the river. Time your visit to coincide with a lift bridge and watch the road rise beneath your feet. Then head to the gorgeous Victorian engine rooms to hear about the lives of the people who kept the bridge working. The permanent exhibition uses photos, films, and interactive displays to bring their stories to life. Admire the historic warship HMS Belfast as you make your way to The View from The Shard and enjoy 360-degree views of London. Dine on delicious cuisine in the clouds at one of the high-altitude Shard restaurants, Hutong, Aqua Shard, Oblix or Ting.
To find out more: https://www.towerbridge.org.uk/

 

3) Evening period:

7:30 p.m

Leicester Square
Duration of the visit: two and a half hours
Show times: from 7:30 am to 10:00 pm
Entrance fee: free, public square
Distance from Tower bridge to Leicester Square: fifteen (15) minutes by car
25 minutes on the metro
Travel by Tube from Tower Bridge to Leicester Square, just in time to take your seat for a West End show or an unforgettable evening of entertainment. Sing along to the musicals or laugh out loud at the comedy as most shows start at 7.30pm and finish at 10pm. Book your tickets in advance to secure the best seats to enjoy the show.
For ticket prices and pre-booking, visit the link:
-https://www.london-theater-tickets.com/?gclid=Cj0KCQjwho-lBhC_ARIsAMpgMoefKQWL9vaYtJNX7kP7gFkUMwa866unKwhLad7iQODjQC29ZPF865waAvevEALw_wcB

10:00 p.m

Covent Garden
Duration of the visit: one hour
Opening and closing times: Monday through Saturday from 10:00 to 11:00
Sunday from 11:00 until 6:00
Entry cost: free
The distance between Leicester Square and Covent Garden: five (5) minutes by car
8 minutes on foot
End the evening in style with some live music and cocktails at Covent Garden or vibrant Soho. Bounded by St Martin’s Lane to the west, The Strand to the south, Aldwych to the east and Seven Dials and The Yards to the north, Covent Garden is ideally located within London’s West End. Covent Garden’s main neighborhood is centered around the historic Covent Garden Market and sprawling, traffic-free Piazza. High-end fashion and beauty boutiques, restaurants, and bars line the streets connecting the Piazza with nearby shopping and entertainment districts, such as The Opera Quarter, The Yards, and Seven Dials. This historic area is also within easy walking distance of Soho, River Thames, Leicester Square and Trafalgar Square. It’s easy to confuse Covent Garden Market with the New Covent Garden Market, which is located across the river in Vauxhall.
Find out more: https://www.coventgarden.london/

 

According to this programme, you have fully concluded your day and completed a full day in London. Of course, one day is not enough to explore this charming icon, but it is better than nothing. All you have to do is follow this program and you will spend the best 24 hours in London.

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