In in the capital of London, you’re going to find countless attractions that deserve hours of exploration. Whether it’s the TATE Gallery, the National History Museum, or the St Pauls Cathedral – some attractions just make you feel like you can’t get enough out of them.
On the other hand, some attractions necessitate a simple little visit that’s no longer than half an hour. Not because these attractions aren’t great. But more so because they pack a lot of enjoyment in just a small amount of time.
In this article, we’ll be exploring some of these different attractions. That way, when you arrive, you’ll have a list of short-visit attractions on hand for those occasions where you feel like you just want a small amount of action in your day. Perhaps this may happen towards the end of your trip when you’re feeling a little tired from all the walking and great, immersive experiences you’ve had so far.
The three spots around the city that are worth visiting for a short amount of time include Primrose Hill, St Pauls Cathedral, and Trafalgar Square. The first of these two give you unique views of the city. Primrose Hill, not too far from Regents Park and London Park is a small park which gives you a view of the city’s skyscrapers.
St Pauls Cathedral, one of the most historic cathedrals in Europe, provides you with a view of the city’s skyline that’s assuredly exceptional. Trafalgar Square is worth a visit for the simple reason that it’s become so well associated with the city with the famous Nelson’s Column.
If you’re considering an accommodation close to these three attractions, look for one of the 5 Star Hotels London has to offer, which include the Montcalm Club among others. While the city of London is huge, and perhaps a little intimidating at first, the previously mentioned attractions give you a great avenue from which to explore part of the city perhaps towards the end of one of your days out here. We hope you have a fabulous time in London when you visit. Book now to find an exclusive deal for you.