6 Places To Tick Off Your London Bucket List


Whether you’re travelling to London for business, pleasure or anything in between, you’ll probably have a list of things you want to do or see during your stay. With so many great venues, incredible attractions and action-packed activities to choose from, it can be difficult planning your itinerary, especially if you only have a limited amount of time in the city. Millions of tourists visit London every year and they’re all looking for the best things to do before they have to return home.

If you only have a limited amount of time or you’re planning a family trip and you need to make sure everyone gets to do something they like, this guide to the ultimate London bucket list promises to make your stay at the Piccadilly hotel London a roaring success.

Big Ben

Probably the most famous name in London, this giant bell sits atop of the tower alongside Westminster Palace and brings millions of travellers and tourists to the capital every year. Even if you’re only staying at the Piccadilly hotel London for a day or two, you won’t want to miss out on the chance to snap a photo of this iconic landmark.

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Oxford Street

It wouldn’t be right to visit the retail capital of the UK without taking a stroll down Oxford Street. The historic road is home to some of the biggest brands in the world and is where you’ll find everything from vintage clothes and luxurious jewellery to fantastic toys and souvenirs.

Hyde Park

There are many beautiful parks and gardens dotted around London but if you only get chance to visit one, then this should be it. This iconic Royal Park is one of the biggest in the city and is a perfect place to escape from the bustle of the streets and relax in the summer sun.

West End show

If you’re planning to stay at one of our hotels near Piccadilly Circus then you’ll be just a stone’s throw away from some of the biggest and best theatres in the world. Millions of people flock to the West End every week to watch one of the many award-winning productions, performed by some of the best actors in the world. Whether you’re a fan of musicals or a lover of comedy, you’re sure to find something to match your taste on the boards of the West End.

Buckingham Palace

Visit the official home of the monarchy and take pictures of one of London’s oldest palaces during your stay in the capital. If you time it right, then you’ll have the chance to watch the famous Changing of the Guard and perhaps snap a selfie with one of the iconic red-clad guards.

Natural History Museum

It’s so hard to choose just one museum to visit when you come to London but the Natural History Museum is the ultimate historical venue if you have a limited amount of time. Browse thousands of ancient artefacts and breath-taking exhibits as you journey through the halls of London’s most famous museum.