A typical day in London might involve Buckingham Palace, the London Eye, Harrod's, or the British Museum. However, if you're a booklover visiting London soon, you don't want to miss out on London's literary gems. But, without some insider info, it's hard to know what to look for. Even if you've visited London before, this itinerary will give you a new perspective into London's authors and poets.
London is a city full of history, where some of the UK’s finest writers lived and wrote. A book-lover’s day in London will take you to all of London’s literary sights, including Shakespeare’s Globe, the Poet’s Corner of Westminster Abbey, and the house where Charles Dickens lived for two years. You'll both see some hidden gems and experience a few of the more popular tourist destinations with a literary perspective.
With "London 1-Day Literary Highlights", you won't just get a list of London's best literary sights. You'll know where to start and how to get the most out of your day in London. You'll get recommendations for restaurants, pubs, and bars near your stops, tips on the quickest and cheapest ways to get around town, and history and fun facts for each stop throughout your day.
You'll spend time walking through the city in the morning and taking buses in the afternoon to get to your last few destinations.
Have an amazing literary day in one of the most exciting cities in the world!