So much history, and so many classic London icons. We tried to see as many as we could, intermixed with markets, modern buildings, movie premiers, candy shops, and of course Harry Potter. Regardless of where we went, I was glad to always have a camera in my hand. Despite the weather, I think classic London shines through.
Or maybe its appropriate, after all, it’s classic London, so of course it is raining. I guess I shouldn’t be too surprised.
Classic London Photos
- Check out Travel Tips for the UK and Ireland Visitors for all our travel tips before you go.
- If you are an overseas visitor and love castles and old ruins, get either a 9 or 16 day English Heritage Overseas Visitor Pass. It will give you unlimited access to over 100 sites across England.
- For the most part, we toured London on our own. We used Lonely Planet’s Great Britain Travel Guide. If you prefer a tour, check out these London Tours from Viator.
- We stayed at a Premier Inn as it was affordable, clean, consistent. We found the best prices at Booking.com.
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