A London Itinerary for 4 days?? We have created an awesome itinerary for you.

An amazing four-day adventure for a fun and exciting trip to London, one of the world’s most iconic cities. This itinerary offers an incredible mix of history, culture, and leisure as you explore its rich variety of landmarks and attractions. As you weave through charming streets and captivating riversides, indulge in the flavors of both local and international cuisine. Treat yourself to panoramic views, embrace the electric nightlife, and cherish timeless memories as you immerse yourself in the enchanting world that is London.

There are a lot of tours for London – for budget to luxury tours.

Day 1:

Morning – Begin your first day in London with a visit to the iconic Tower of London to explore the history and see the famous Crown Jewels.

Afternoon – Walk along the South Bank and enjoy lunch at one of the many restaurants or street food stalls. Then, visit the London Eye for stunning views of the city.

Evening – End your day with a visit to the West End to see a world-famous theater show.

Day 2:

Morning – Start your day with a walking tour of  London’s Palaces and Parliament. This includes Buckingham Palace and changing of the guard.

Afternoon – Grab lunch at a nearby restaurant and then head to Westminster Abbey to explore the historic church that has hosted countless royal coronations and weddings.

Evening – Visit Piccadilly Circus and enjoy dinner at one of the many restaurants or pubs in the area.

Day 3:

Morning – Take a river cruise to Greenwich to visit the Royal Observatory and stand on the Prime Meridian Line.

Afternoon – Enjoy lunch in Greenwich before visiting the Cutty Sark, a historic clipper ship that has been beautifully restored. OR head over for some high tea at the Ruben’s in London.

Evening – End your trip with a visit to the London Bridge area for dinner and drinks, and to see the famous Tower Bridge lit up at night.

Day 4:

Morning: Use the 4th day to catch up on anything you may have missed. If you have free time, may we suggest a walk through Harrod’s, one of the most famous stores in London.

Overall, these four days will allow you to see many of London’s most famous landmarks and attractions, while also experiencing some of the city’s lesser-known gems.

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