All journey times are approximate and subject to variation.
Sights and landmarks in London
When it comes to history, culture and architecture, few cities can compete with London. To look out across the Thames is to witness first-hand how effortlessly the city accommodates the modern while holding onto its past. Indeed, with an abundance of history to enjoy within its palaces and museums and stunning architecture to see across the city as a whole, exploring London with this one-day itinerary is an irresistible prospect for visitors and residents alike.
Next, walk to Westminster Abbey, just 15 minutes away from the Palace.
Then, walk across the road to the Houses of Parliament.
Houses of Parliament
From the Houses of Parliament, take a 15-minute taxi ride to Kensington Palace.
The final stop of the day is the Victoria and Albert Museum, just 20 minutes’ walk or three minutes by taxi from Kensington Palace.
Victoria and Albert Museum
From the museum, the hotel is either a 30-minute walk through Knightsbridge and Hyde Park or 15 minutes by taxi.
The London Eye
A 20-minute walk along the Thames or a 10-minute taxi ride will bring you to the Tate Modern.
Then, walk for 25 minutes along the river or take a 15-minute taxi to Tower Bridge.
St Paul’s Cathedral, the penultimate stop of the day, is just 15 minutes away from Tower Bridge by taxi, or half an hour on foot.
St Paul’s Cathedral
To get to the British Museum, take a 15-minute taxi ride or get on the Central line from St Paul’s to Holborn, followed by a 10-minute walk.
The British Museum
Then, take a 30-minute taxi ride back to the hotel.