We’ve all seen how wonderful and majestic London is in books, movies and now reels or heard great stories about this vibrant city from people who have visited this iconic city. If you too are planning a trip to London soon, here are son great tips that can come in handy in London for first-time travellers. You've booked your tickets, packed bags, and are ready to hit the ground running in London. With a little planning, you can experience all the city has to offer, from afternoon tea in a fancy hotel to commuting on the iconic Tube to see all the landmarks of your choice, London has something for everyone. But before you go, let us give you a little insider knowledge to help you make the most of your trip while you enjoy a stay at the luxurious Park Grand Hyde Park, London.
Buy a London Pass
London can be an expensive city to visit, with the travel expense and the steep entry fees for many of the city's attractions, it’s best to book a stay at a centrally located accommodation near Hyde Park, London for the best experience. However, there are some other ways to save money that you should know about. One of the best ways is by purchasing the London Pass. The London Pass is a prepaid pass that gives you access to over 80 of London's most popular attractions, including Buckingham Palace, the Tower of London, and the British Museum. The pass also includes travel on the London Underground and buses which can be a good value for money if you are planning to cover a lot of attractions on your ‘London bucket list’ in a short span of time.
Prepare to Walk a Lot
If you want to see more of the city at your own pace and get a better sense of the city’s layout, this tip is going to be of utmost use.
London is a very walkable city even though it has an abundance of public transportation options available. The city centre is not as big as it may seem on a map, so you can easily explore it on foot. All you need to remember is to pack a comfortable pair of shoes because they’ll be your saviour if you’re planning a budget-friendly London trip. Also, walking is the best way to experience London, in fact, there are several walking tours that allow you to freely explore the different parts of the city at your own pace and head back to your boutique hotel near Hyde Park London to unwind.
Venture Off the Usual Tourist Trail
When in London, it's easy to get caught up in seeing all the big and best tourist attractions that everyone talks about. But if you’re looking to give that edge to your trip and make it more thrilling, get off the beaten track and explore a city that is full of surprises. Prepare for a long day with the best