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3 Days in London Trip Plan

Are you going to spend 3 days in London? Then this itinerary is a great fit for you. You'll see all the best London attractions A to Z. With Tripomatic, you'll make the most of your 3 days in London.

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Buckingham Palace

About this trip

Once you arrive in London, start your first day at the true heart of the city – Trafalgar Square. The most famous tourist attractions follow on your itinerary: London Eye, Big Ben and Buckingham Palace. You can finish your day in one of the great museums. Take a little rest from the lively city on the second day, head to the Windsor Castle and take a walk in the Greewich Park afterwards. On the third day, your London itinerary takes you to the landmarks in the center again: the Tower with Tower Bridge next to it and St. Paul's Cathedral.

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Things to do on this trip

Day 1

  • Trafalgar Square, London

    Trafalgar Square

    Could be called one of London's centres, with many cultural events taking place here. There's always something happening here.

  • Nelson's Column, London

    Nelson's Column

    The 50 metres tall column commemorates the famous admiral who fought to the death with Napoleon's fleet at Trafalgar.

  • London Eye, London

    London Eye

    Come for a ride on Europe's largest Ferris wheel. The views from the top are simply fabulous, especially at night.

  • Banqueting House of Whitehall Palace, London

    Banqueting House of Whitehall Palace

    One of early Neo-Classical gems built in England. Do not miss out the Rubens-decorated ceiling and many other marvels.

  • Houses of Parliament, London

    Houses of Parliament

    The elaborate Palace of Westminster is home to the House of Commons and House of Lords. Come see the political life of the UK.

  • Big Ben, London

    Big Ben

    One of the main London landmarks. Clock Tower with 4 clock faces, a part of Westminster Palace.

  • Westminster Abbey, London

    Westminster Abbey

    A magnificent sight and an important commemoration site. More impressive from outside than within.

  • Buckingham Palace, London

    Buckingham Palace

    The majestic palace is the official residence of British monarchs. A must-see – do not miss the Changing the Guard ceremony!

  • Piccadilly Circus, London

    Piccadilly Circus

    A famous road junction crowned by the statue of „Eros“ in its middle. Also well-known for the electronic ads displayed on the buildings around.

  • Oxford Street London, London

    Oxford Street London

    Shopaholics must visit Europe's busiest shopping street. Over 300 shops of all sorts and brands.

  • Chinatown, London

    Chinatown

    Explore the restaurants, bakeries, night clubs and great atmosphere of Chinatown. Well worth a visit.

  • Covent Garden, London

    Covent Garden

    A popular shopping district where tourists swarm in crowds. The place has a special atmosphere, do not miss it.

  • British Museum, London

    British Museum

    Home to one of the largest collection of works and artefacts that come from all over the world. An amazing experience.

  • British Library, London

    British Library

    Book and information lovers should visit the world's largest library. The building in itself is a gem.

  • National Gallery London, London

    National Gallery London

    The gallery holds a collection of over 2,600 pieces – no wonder it is one of the most visited in the world. Come here for classic art.

Day 2

  • Windsor Castle, London

    Windsor Castle

    This medieval castle is one of United Kingdom's iconic sights and a weekend home for the Queen.

  • Eton College, London

    Eton College

    This boarding school for boys from 13 to 18 is considered to be one of the most prestigious places of education in Great Britain.

  • Hyde Park, London

    Hyde Park

    London's largest park is where the city's inhabitants come to relax and enjoy the sunny days. Wonderful place for a walk.

  • Madame Tussauds Wax Museum London, London

    Madame Tussauds Wax Museum London

    The world-famous wax museum. Would you like to meet the royal family or famous actors? Great photo opportunities.

  • Sherlock Holmes Museum, London

    Sherlock Holmes Museum

    Not meant just for huge fans of Sherlock Holmes, this museum is for all who want to see artefacts from the Victorian era.

  • Cutty Sark, London

    Cutty Sark

    The historic tea clipper located in dry dock in Greenwich. Part of the National Historic Fleet.

  • National Maritime Museum London, London

    National Maritime Museum London

    If you want to familiarize yourself with the history of the British navy and the whole Europe, come to this museum with many remarkable artefacts!

  • Greenwich Meridian, London

    Greenwich Meridian

    If you want to stand on two hemispheres at the same time, visit this place where the meridian divides the Earth!

  • Royal Observatory, Greenwich, London

    Royal Observatory, Greenwich

    The Royal Observatory has played an important role in astronomical science. The view of London is priceless here.

Day 3

  • St. Paul's Cathedral, London

    St. Paul's Cathedral

    An enormous white cathedral and London's highest point. Do not miss this famous sight with its elaborate interiors and crypts.

  • Millennium Bridge, London

    Millennium Bridge

    The pedestrian steel suspension bridge is known for its innovative design and the wonderful view of St Paul's Cathedral it provides.

  • Tate Modern, London

    Tate Modern

    A phenomenally successful modern and contemporary art gallery housed in a former power station. Well worth a visit!

  • Globe Theatre, London

    Globe Theatre

    The modern replica of the theatre where some of Shakespeare's plays were staged for the first time. Book your tickets ahead.

  • Southwark Cathedral, London

    Southwark Cathedral

    Designed in Gothic style, this Anglican church with a plan in shape of a cross is beautiful inside with its stained-glass windows.

  • London Bridge, London

    London Bridge

    A fairly new concrete and steel bridge standing at the site where a number of bridges stood in the past. Very nice when illuminated at night.

  • The Monument to the Great Fire of London, London

    The Monument to the Great Fire of London

    Commemorates the 1666 fire. There is a viewing platform on the top – a great opportunity to snap some photos!

  • Tower of London, London

    Tower of London

    Also known as Her Majesty's Royal Palace and Fortress, the former prison complex is now home to the Crown Jewels.

  • St. Katharine Docks, London

    St. Katharine Docks

    Ships used to anchor here in the past. Now, this area is a great place to spend your time thanks to the various facilities around.

  • Tower Bridge, London

    Tower Bridge

    This fascinating bridge is one of London's icons. The views from top are amazing and it's quite a sight to see the bridge open for ships, too.

  • HMS Belfast, London

    HMS Belfast

    This light cruiser has been converted into a thrilling museum permanently moored on the Thames.

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