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How To Make The Most Of Your Honeymoon In London

How To Make The Most Of Your Honeymoon In London

Honeymooners are often in search of romance and great experiences. When you include a little bit of culture and some fantastic gastronomic adventures, the destination automatically becomes London. Summers in the city are abuzz with honeymooners who are trying to live it up with the London spirit.

According to our experience, no two couples want the same things out of their travel and stay in the city. Therefore, here’s a guide every couple needs to get the most out of their trip. Try travelling to London between June and September. Predicting London’s weather is like trying to predict the outcomes of Super Ball Lottery. If you can only make it to the city during the winter months, worry not! You can choose from the hundreds of plays, shows and live events that take place at the great London theatres.

How to travel in the city?

You will enter London through Heathrow, Gatwick or Stansted airports if you are flying internationally. If you are travelling by Eurostar, get ready to startyour London sightseeing from St. Pancras Station. If you are new, we urge you not to book a car or a cab. The city streets remain very busy during most of the day. Travelling by tube is a smarter option. Invest in a good travel-friendly map. Getting the hang of the stations and the routes can take more than a glance. If you want the complete tourist package, try the top tier of a double decker bus.

Where to live?

If you want to experience the ultimate luxury, book a suite at The Connaught. The Dorchester is famous for its modern lavishness. It is located in the posh Mayfair area. If you want to experience the real lavish London experience, you can rent a London apartment in the Mayfair area. You will get to see the London Eye and the London Tower right outside your window, and you can have brunch at some of the most famous Michelin star restaurants.

Thames dinner cruises

You cannot call your visit complete unless you have spent a day gasping at the city skyline and the historical monuments from the Thames. Book a cruise at that will treat you to evening tea, snacks and dinner while you can enjoy the show of city lights. London is home to some Thames dinner cruises. Try booking a spot on the Harmony or the Symphony. They are famous for being sleek, yet imposing. You will be welcomed on board with a glass of sparkling white or a fancy red. The boat will whisk you away to an evening of dreams and romance. Live music is a part of almost all cruises on the Thames. The quality of the music will vary depending upon the quality of the cruise. If you want the complete experience of a lifetime, book a premium cruise that will start at around 7 pm or 8 pm and continue for 2.5 hours to 3 hours.

A honeymoon trip to London is all you need for a happily ever after.

Helen Gamer is a lifestyle blogger. She takes a keen interest in the effect of lifestyle on dining choices. Find out more about exciting travel options for honeymooners on


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