1) From Wimbledon take the District Line 2) Change train at High Street Kensington to the Circle Line 3) Change train at Baker Street to the Metropolitan Line 4) Leave the train at Wembley Park
Can you offer dymh19 some help with this itinerary? Why not post a reply?
21 Apr 16, 09:31
Youve got no chance of squeezing all of that into four days. Because of the train travel involved Windsor will take up an entire day just on its own. Hampton court will take up most of a day. Tower of london will take up another half day So that only leaves you one day and a bit for all the rest.
Changing the guard will tie up a couple of hours in the morning if you want a good spot (because you have to get there early to get a decent place) Madame tussauds, british museum and natural history museum are another couple of hours each.
If it was me i would definitely cut out kensington palace and madame tussauds -- but it looks like you enjoy royal history, so maybe keep kensington and cut out the british museum instead.
Have you read Craig's blog? He has been to every single one of these places and reviewed then, which might help you decide which ones to skip.
Im not sure what you mean by 'creating an itinerary' -- you can load it up with whatever attractions you want, insert some dates, and add some of your own words. What do you need it to do?
21 Apr 16, 17:18
Thank you for the information. I did get to read some of Craig's suggestions. I will take his comments into consideration. However, I was trying to create an itinerary just by entering the attractions since I am not familiar with the City. I will go back and enter my dates. Thank you so much for your quick response.