London trip planner 

1. How to use the planner Gather together information about attractions, hotels, pubs, restaurants, events and train journeys by clicking the Add to planner buttons found all over the site

Your dedicated itinerary page will then plot all of their locations on a map

You can add up to 40 different items

2. Personalise your planner The planner is completely free to use for guests, and you can even include your own dates next to the items

If you register on the forum then you can customise it further with a name, a title, and own written descriptions

Start using your planner now!

3. Ask people for feedback Once you’ve created your itinerary, you can post it to the forum and get feedback from other members

Registered members can also tell everyone where they’ve been by adding them to their profile. Simply search through the city and events guide and click Have you been?

 

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Example London itineraries

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Top 10 lists

  • 10 best annual events– London has hundreds of fantastic annual events… here are the ten best
  • 10 best free events– if money is tight, then check out our guide to the 10 best things you can do for free
  • 10 best historic sites– London has hundreds of historic sites, from churches and cathedral to the Royal Family palaces
  • 10 best landmarks– London has hundreds of famous landmarks, but if you’re pressed for time here are the ten best
  • 10 best must-dos– no tourist should visit the capital without trying out this big list of “must dos” in London
  • 10 best parks and gardens– explore some of London’s best parks and most beautiful flower gardens
  • 10 best tourist photos– which are the ten best places to take a photo? If you’re a tourist, where should you snap?

Self-guided sightseeing walks

  • Along the Southbank– Walk all the way from the London Eye to Tower Bridge, via Southbank and Bankside
  • Big Ben to St. Paul’s– Walk from the Houses of Parliament to St. Paul’s Cathedral, via Trafalgar Square
  • Four London Parks– Stroll through Kensington Gardens, Hyde Park, Green Park and St. James’s Park
  • London Landmarks– A tour of London’s landmarks including Big Ben, St. Paul’s, Tower Bridge and Buckingham Palace
  • Roman London– Explore the ancient city of Londinium, and see London’s surviving Roman remains
  • Royal London– Explore Royal London, and see Buckingham Palace, Kensington Palace and St. James’s Palace
  • Serpentine Lake– A nice pleasant stroll around the man-made Serpentine Lake in Hyde Park and Kensington Gardens

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Example itineraries – two weeks worth of ideas, including seven days aimed at families

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