London is European capital of trends, nightlife and entertainment. Everyone sooner or later has to organize a trip there, even if it’s just for a weekend. Visiting every district, or even most of the well-known ones may take too much time, that weekend vacationers often do not have. Yet even for a few days, even if all you have is 2 or 3, you can enjoy a city that will trully stay in your hearts.
So, here are 6 things to do or things to do in London, hoping to be of a useful guideline for your next vacation.
Somerset House and the Courtauld Gallery
Small gallery with a lovely permanent exhibition of paintings and, although it is strangely overshadowed by many travel guides, in reality it is precisely here that major events such as London Fashion Week are organised. There are also many concerts during the summer. It is definitely worth a visit especially on a Monday when the ticket has a reduced price.
Soho for shopping and dinner
A disctrict that is definitely known and extremely appreciated for its colorful and vibrant streets that can trigger the virus of compulsive shopping. After a day full of shopping, the colors and glitter are replaced by the smells of ethnic restaurants scattered everywhere. You will surely find something to your liking, including Chinese, Thai, Vietnamese, Japanese and Asian specialties.
A concert at the Barfly
For the lovers of rock and live music, the Barfly is definitely a must and especially for the opportunity for a decidedly alternative evening.
A picnic in London
Are you lucky enough to visit London during a typical spring day? You just have to prepare your basket, as it is the perfect time for a picnic. Whether it’s the big Hyde Park or even the green lawn of Primrose Hill, you will not be disappointed.
Poppies Fish and Chips
Poppies is definitely the best restaurant in London and among the many fast food that at present everyone recognizes as a fundamental culinary stage. Abundant and cheap dishes have made it a success. Among the various restaurants of the chain you find one in Camden town, an excellent solution for a stop between the market stalls in this neighborhood.
A historic theater in London and the true backbone of the London theater. The entrance fee starts from £ 8 and it is worth buying it for an evening out of the ordinary.