Enjoy your time and make the best of it in London!

There are many things to discover in London with your huge list of things to do and see. From lunch hour wonders to full blown day outings, this is the ultimate checklist that you need to consider in London for best bits. There are equal things to do in this city for locals and for tourists and it is endless. If you want to try something crazy and adventurous then it is none other then London. One can explore variety of things in this city from picture postcard attractions to hotspot in odd spot, by day and night, from high-art to wildlife. In fact, there are many more things to do in London apart from just seeing castles, mazes and historic buildings.

1) Porcelain Piazza at V&A

V&A was a stunner before its reconstruction that was made public this year. There are many cafes in London but café’s gamble room here is a sparkling Victorian dream flooded with tainted glass windows as well as huge spherical lights. It is now an abode to Sainsbury Gallery, which is a subterranean place for many temporary exhibitions. The designer Amanda Levete topped the pot by making the world’s 1st all porcelain courtyard with eleven thousand handmade tiles. The time it catches the bright light of the sun, which makes London’s ceramic courtyard looks like 1960’s Rome.

2) London Eye

The London Eye is like a delightful pirouette at a calm speed of around 0.6 miles per/hour than a spinning cycle. It offers astonishing scenic view of the cityscape and skyline and most of the city’s landmarks are seen from the 135 meter high wheel. You can easily spot Tower Bridge, Tea sipping Queen at the Buckingham Palace and Big Ben. Special packages are accessible that includes chocolates and champagne. You can hire private capsule for a complete VIP experience and watch this city as it illuminates like a day changes into night. When you are staying in London then you will get to eat some of the amazing food that you can try in some of the best restaurants near Hyde Park.

 3) London transport Museum

You can revisit the route master at London Transport Museum and make the most of your quiet time in this city. London’s iconic red bus may not be a regular feature on roads nowadays, but one can admire these buses at Convent Garden motor vehicle vaults without waiting for ages to arrive one. Kids get their fleet of smaller versions to have fun and play on. Designers should head direct for the main classic poster display.

4) Shard view of London

When you are staying at Hotel Grand Royale Hyde Park then you must visit this place the Shard to check out the London from this place. The Shard has now become the most recognizable London landmark. This place was made public a few years ago and making the London skyline spikier than what it used to be. You can appreciate this place and whole of London and its glory. It is the huge building in the Western Europe with public visiting space at the top of it. You will be peering over the entire city at the height of 244 mtr above the ground level.

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