London, England

Days Itinerary

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Day 1

Start your trip off at Benugo for a quick bite to eat before heading over to the Tower of London where you can see the crown jewels, takes tours of the grounds and view the castle armory in action. You can spend the day exploring and learning about the history. Head back to the marina to dine at the medieval banquet.

Day 2

Right in the marina area enjoy White Mulberries for some coffee and cakes. Find your way to The Monument to climb the 311 steps to see the city from above and to learn the history of The Great Fire in 1666. Take in a bite at one of the restaurants in the area as you head over to the Sky Garden. The Sky Garden is London’s highest public garden. After taking in the views of the city you can dine at The Melusine, the sustainable seafood restaurant at the Docks for a truly unforgettable dining experience.

Day 3

Stop and get a quick breakfast before venturing a little further from the marina taking in Westminster Abbey, Buckingham Palace, the Churchill War Rooms, and Big Ben. Along this path there are plenty of places to have lunch. You can also see the Horse Guard Parade, view the home of the British Prime Minister at #10 Downing Street and the Parliament Building then head back to the marina for dinner at Ping Pong.

Style, history and breathtaking architecture come together at Westminster Abbey. A amazing start our great UK holiday. After Westminster, we were off to Buckingham Palace.

Westminster Abbey (Iconic),TripAdvisor Review

https://www.igymarinas.com/sites/default/files/2020-01/5%20day%20London%20Itinerary.pdf

Day 1

Start your trip off at Benugo for a quick bite to eat before heading over to the Tower of London where you can see the crown jewels, takes tours of the grounds and view the castle armory in action. You can spend the day exploring and learning about the history. Head back to the marina to dine at the medieval banquet.

Day 2

Right in the marina area enjoy White Mulberries for some coffee and cakes. Find your way to The Monument to climb the 311 steps to see the city from above and to learn the history of The Great Fire in 1666. Take in a bite at one of the restaurants in the area as you head over to the Sky Garden. The Sky Garden is London’s highest public garden. After taking in the views of the city you can dine at the Melusine, the sustainable seafood restaurant at the Docks for a truly unforgettable dining experience.

Day 3

Try out Natural Kitchen at the docks then to get a massage or a mani pedi at John Harding Hair and Beauty. After that explore the Tower Bridge’s walkways, engine rooms and glass floor. On the other side of the Tower Bridge is the HMS Belfast, the warship from WWII. After you can walk along the River Thames and take advantage of some great picture opportunities.

Day 4

Stop and get a quick breakfast before venturing a little further from the marina taking in Westminster Abbey, Buckingham Palace, the Churchill War Rooms, and Big Ben. Along this path there are plenty of places to have lunch. You can also see the Horse Guard Parade, view the home of the British Prime Minister at #10 Downing Street and the Parliament Building then head back to the marina for dinner at Ping Pong.

Day 5

On the last day, catch one of the double decker buses that tour the city. Some of the bus tours allow you to hop on and off where ever you want to explore. You can jump off the tour and ride the London Big Eye, walk through St. James Park or just ride around viewing the city. After you are done touring you can dine at The Dicken’s Inn.

This is my second visit to the Sky Garden and once again it was a thoroughly enjoyable visit. Spectacular views enhanced by the sunset and a very nice glass of wine :-)

Incredible! Even more incredible at sunset.,TripAdvisor Review