40 things to do in London [Infographic Checklist]

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London has so much to offer, some of the world’s best sights and attractions and with so much to do and see. It’s hard to narrow down the long list of reasons to visit, but below we’ve tried to narrow it down to our top 40.

“When a man is tired of London, he is tired of life; for there is in London all that life can offer”,

By the English writer Samuel Johnson

40 things to do in London [Infographic Checklist]
40 things to do in London [Infographic Checklist]

1. London Eye
2. Hyde Park
3. Buckingham Palace
4. Trafalgar Square
5. Tower Bridge
6. House of Parliament
7. Tower of London
8. British Museum
9. Greenwich Park
10. Madame Tussauds

The London eye is the tallest (443 ft. tall) Ferris wheel in Europe, it’s located on the South Bank of the River Thames. Every year more than 3.5 million people visit the London Eye and none of them regret it. The London Eye is definitely a must-see and a must-do.

1. Dinner by Heston Blumenthal
2. Grand Café
3. Blueprint Café
4. Café in the Crypt
5. Wild Honey
6. The Wolseley
7. Galvin at Windows
8. Masala Zone
9. Morito
10. Mangal

Dinner’s at The Fat Duck (Heston Blumenthal) are one of the most celebrated in the world.
Everything is made out of natural materials such as iron, wood and leather, the designs remind us of historic craftsmanship and thanks to the glass walls you can see the restaurant’s unique spit roast pulley system. The menu is inspired by Britain’s historic gastronomic past and includes old classics like Tipsy Cake made with Spit Roast Pineapple.

1. Ministry of Sound
2. Floridita
3. Vertigo 42
5. Shochu Lounge
6. Fabric
7. Dukes Hotel: Cognac and Cigar Garden
8. Vinoteca
9. The Old Brewery
10. Lamb & Flag
Our number 1, Ministry of Sound, is one of the most popular and biggest nightclubs in the world. It offers five different areas: the Bar, the Baby Box, the VIP, the Loft and the Box. The main attraction – very loud music, in the Box. The Box has a sprung floor so that people can dance longer without getting tired.


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1. Oxford Street
2. Harrods
3. Selfridges & Co
4. Camden Market
5. Regent Street and Jermyn Street
6. Portobello Road
7. New Bond Street
8. Covent Garden
9. Carnaby Street
10. Hamleys

It doesn’t matter if you need shoes, clothes, bags or something else, you will find it at Oxford Street. It’s the biggest shopping street in London, though not the most expensive one. It is the home of many major department stores such as HMV, John Lewis and House of Fraser. There are so many different stores, you just have to check this street out.
As you can see, there are many reason why you should visit London. So get your travel bag and get going!

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8 thoughts on “40 things to do in London [Infographic Checklist]

    1. Thanks!!! We will continue creating new travel Infographics 🙂
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  1. Hi, I’m trying to find contact information for you but cant’ seem to find it. I’m wondering if I could use this graphic on my blog? I don’t see an embed code however. Please let me know if I can and what kind of credit information you want me to use. Thanks!

  2. is 5 days enough for me to go all places you mentioned?because i will be in europe in December (16 days in total) and im thinking of spending 5 days in London and the remaining 9 days i want to travel to paris,amsterdam and maybe dublin. please respond. thanks.

  3. Hi Fathul, I would try to visit some of them without rush. In just 5 days you wouldn’t have time to see everything good enough, you would be running from one location to another. Do not miss Candem Market (My favourite spot)!!

    1. thanks Thomas! I will spend 6 days in London and these are my destinations.

      1. London Eye
      2. Camden
      3. Buckingham Palace
      4. Portobello
      5. Tower Bridge
      6. House of Parliament
      7. Tower of London
      8. British Museum
      9. Stamford Bridge ( im a Chelsea fan )

      i am lucky to have friends in London so it will save me a lot of money.
      but ill be there on 19th Dec – 3rd Jan. dont you think its goin to be a busy week in London? (christmas and etc) ?

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