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London has an extensive and efficient public transport system, including the Underground (tube), buses, and overground trains. An Oyster Card is a convenient way to pay for travel across all these networks. For a scenic view of the city, consider a Thames River Cruise.

While a week would be ideal, you can cover the highlights in 3 to 4 days. Prioritize based on your interests—whether it’s museums, historic landmarks, or trendy neighborhoods.

The iconic Big Ben, Tower of London, Buckingham Palace, and the British Museum are must-sees. Don’t miss the London Eye for breathtaking views.

Yes! Booking online saves time and ensures entry. Plus, some attractions offer discounts for advance bookings.

Allocate at least 2 hours for major sights like the British Museum or the Tower of London. Plan more if you’re a history buff.

London is a great destination year-round, but spring (March-May) and autumn (September-November) offer pleasant weather and fewer crowds. Summer (June-August) can be busy and hot, while winter (December-February) brings festive cheer and potentially colder weather.

Many! The British Library, Tate Modern, National Gallery, St. James’s Park and more are all free. Musea are free but you must pay for special exhibitions and you can explore without breaking the bank.

Get an Oyster card for seamless travel. Avoid rush hour if you value personal space.

Visit the Charles Dickens Museum or take a Shakespearean tour.

Yes! Visit King’s Cross Station (Platform 9¾) and Leadenhall Market (Diagon Alley vibes)