The problem with traveling alone is figuring out what to do.
Traveling alone works both to your advantage and disadvantage. You have full control over your itinerary, but you also have to be wary of getting your time and money’s worth.
With the many different tours and activities that you can do in London, which one is worth taking part in?
There are many activities in London that are for free. You can go to its iconic landmarks, parks, and museums. However, strolling around these places can also overwhelm you or lose you, if you don’t know where you’re going or what you are looking at. In order to really appreciate these sites, you need an insider’s eyes and guidance. Take for example the Best of Royal London Walk.
Imagine taking a steady and relaxed stroll around the best of London’s landmarks and sights. Go to the Tower of London, take a river shuttle up the Thames, and see the Changing of the Guard at the Buckingham Palace. You can go around these destinations by yourself, but you will not be able to truly appreciate them until you are with the right company.
I’m not one to really enjoy group tours, but I’ve tried the Best of Royal London Walk and it is one tour that really changed my opinion of them. Their guides seemed very authentic. The guide that I had taken the tour with had great knowledge of each stop, was understanding of the entire group’s vibe, and was also very passionate and enthusiastic. Their stories were very interactive and shared both famous facts and little known details. Their accent were very neutral and understandable to all the nationalities in the group.
London-bound? This is definitely one I recommend that you try when you get there. If you want to score some early-bird perks and to know which days and times are best to join, visit their website.