Live like and king or queen by booking an ideal London hotel and have a royal day out in the city. With steeping history, the capital city is full of royal and amazing attractions filing up the itinerary of travellers. Here are a few not to miss landmarks where royalty speaks louder than voice.
A Visit to Buckingham Palace or Tower of London
Start your regal vacation with the most prestigious attraction of London-Buckingham Palace. It is the official residence of the Queen in London and is open to public in the months of August and September. This is when you can view the State Rooms. Royal Mews and the Queen’s Gallery can also be explored by booking tickets that are available for longer duration in the year.
Arrange your visit when you can even see the Changing the Guard ceremony that takes place daily or every other day depending on the duration of the year you are visiting.
Turn your morning bloodthirsty by a visit Tower of London. This fortress is the host to some of the most horrific events in the history of London including deaths, torture and beheadings.
If you want to enjoy some sunny weather in London, move towards Hyde Park, which is one of the eight royal parks of London. You can also see the Diana, Princess of Wales Memorial Fountain close to the Serpentine.
Afternoon Tea in the Orangery
By this time, you will be disturbed by hunger pangs for sure. Stop over at the Orangery in Kensington Palace for lunch. A royal lunch is an added charm at this 18th century structure. If the weather is pleasant, you can enjoy your meal at the terrace while overlooking the gardens and the palace.
Another fascination royalty is depicted by a visit to Kensington Palace. You will be delighted to move around the Queen Victoria’s Bedroom, King George I’s staircase and long King’s Gallery. You can have a quiet stroll outside in sunken garden.
Dine at Fortnum and Mason
A royal day should end with a royal dining experience at Fortnum and Mason. This is a popular departments store with 5 eateries. However, you will be able to dine at The Fountain Restaurant as this is the only one open in evenings. It has a deluxe brasserie aura. You can relish a selection of seasonal starters, fish dishes, salads and meat from the grill. Savour your delights while relishing the music played by a guitarist every evening.
Take an insight into the royal side of London just by taking a single day out in your itinerary.