5 Things you can do in London This Weekend

So your Serviced Apartment in the City is sorted, but you’re still deciding how to spend your weekend? Look no further, we’ve got it all covered for you.  Below are the 5 Fun things you can do when you’re in London Land.

London has the best things to do, being one of the busiest and biggest cities in the world. When in town, weekends are meant to have fun n the city, explore around, and have the opportunity for some downtime. Whatever the season, though, we’re always completely spoilt for brilliant things to do in London. From iconic attractions to secret spots, by day and by night, there are numerous amazing places to visit and things to explore and experience the London Life to the fullest.

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1.Have a Great Brunch in one of the Prettiest Instagramable cafe’s

London is one of the most Instagrammable cities in the world, and its cafes provide some of the best opportunities for fun and interesting photos. We pick the best spots that guarantee the likes roll in as you enjoy coffee and cake. You really are spoilt for choice in The City when it comes to great brunch options. From The BreakFast Club, Drunch, Fait Maison, Cafe Elan and many more.

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2. Eat your way around London Markets

One of the city’s largest and oldest food markets. It heaves with both tourists and locals gaping at a dizzying array of gastronomic delights and scoffing free samples. From Spitafield Market, Camden, and Borough Market, it’s a great place to visit on the weekend and to try out their delicious foods. If you’re in London, these markets are a must-visit to experience the local produce, delicious food and much more.

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3. See Free Art at Tate Modern

London has the world’s best display of Art exhibitions. The well-known Art at Tate Modern is one of the favorite places for the tourist’s visits.  It’s a riverside Icon on Londonn’s South Bank dedicated to modern and contemporary art. you can discover works by the likes of Warhol, Dalí and Hockney, as well as eye-grabbing installations, which are all part of the free permanent collection. The Switch House extension has an incredible 360-degree view of the London skyline.


4. Visit the Kew Gardens

Kew Gardens are the prettiest place to visit, when in London. These are 300 acres of Beautiful green space, filled with stunning vista’s, rare plants, Victorian glasshouses, a Chinese pagoda, a treetop walkway and, of course, ‘The Hive’. Experience a refreshing day out at Kew Gardens.

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5. Visit Hogwarts and the Harry Potter Studio Tour

The Warner Bros Studio Tour in Watford, London is world Famous and loved by tourists visiting London from around the world. This place is magical. Locations like Diagon Alley were set here and scenes from the world-famous movie franchise were filmed here. There’s the stage play ‘Harry Potter and the Cursed Child’, walking tours and photo ops at the actual Platform 9¾ in King’s Cross. But you can’t beat the Warner Bros Studio Tour: The Making of Harry Potter, just outside of the capital, to get up close with incredible props and sets from all eight of the HP films. Experience the best of Harry Potter, here with your friends and family when you visit London.