- By kevin
- On Apr 2, 2018
- Travel Tips
Enjoy your European holidays in this season. And if you just have a short vacation there, London would be one ot the best destination for visit. Arrange the day trip from London. London is full of history, and constantly changing, making it an exciting place for young couples, families, and solo travelers alike.
When to Visit London?
The best time to visit London depends on what you intend to do. If you want to catch a soccer match, visit in autumn or winter to have the best choice of games. To enjoy sight-seeing without it being too crowded, late spring and early summer are great times to visit (Late May to early July). London’s cultural calendar stretches all-year-round, however, so there’s never a bad time to book a flight.
Where to Stay in London?
London is a huge city with plenty of accommodation options. If you can stretch your budget, there are luxurious hotels like the Ritz (150 Piccadilly) or the Savoy (the Strand). The Melia White House (Albany Street) is a family-friendly choice close to London Zoo, while Montague on the Gardens (15 Montague Street), is a classy boutique option located in Georgian townhouses. Backpackers are also catered for thanks to excellent hostels like the YHA (79-81 Euston Rd) or the Arsenal Tavern (175 Blackstock Rd), which is convenient for matches at the Emirates Stadium.
Popular Districts in London
Hackney – Hackney used to be a neglected part of the city, but now it's the most cultural, vibrant, youthful (and affordable) central district. Check out vintage shops like Beyond Retro (92-100 Stoke Newington Rd), great pubs like the Dove (Broadway Market) and restaurants like Le Ziz (Dunbar Tower, Dalston Square) or Abi Ruchi (Stoke Newington Church Street).