Winter is officially behind us, and it’s now time to embrace the beautiful wonders of Springtime. Fresh plants and flowers, baby animals and wonderful smells, Spring is an alluring time of year and London is filled with pockets of green, enchanting gardens and beautiful views for you to enjoy. Here is your very own guide to the top spots in London to enjoy springtime.
London is a city bursting with culture. It’s got everything you could ever want – from music and theatre, to art and dance. However, its richest history is arguably rooted in literature. The city lays claim to many literary connections that book lovers will no doubt appreciate. Therefore, if you’re fond of the written word and about to hit up London, here are three destinations to add to your itinerary.
We love London and all the attractions on offer, but having accommodation in King’s Cross affords you the opportunity to visit other parts of England for a day trip and still be back in the capital before dinner. King’s Cross station is one of the largest transport hubs in the city, and for those set on discovering other delights in the UK, it is the perfect gateway for explorers. So join us as we look at some of the other cities in England that are well worth a visit and are easy to access via King’s Cross.
London is steeped in culture, art and history, but sometimes the sheer amount of galleries and museums on offer can be overwhelming. So to make life a little easier, we have put together a list of the top five museums to visit on your next trip to London.
London is one of the number one destinations in Europe, and quite possibly the world, when it comes to the art on offer. Whether you’re interested in modern, contemporary or classical art, or have a particular passion for photography or sculpture, you’ll be well catered to in the capital city. Best of all, you can skip around visiting many of the museums and galleries for free, as the larger institutions often don’t charge for viewing their permanent collections. Which, by the way, are stunning.
Here are just a couple of outstanding places in London to soak up paintings, sculpture and photographs that up until now you’ve only seen in print.