England - London

England – London

England – London Are you packed for London, but you still don’t know which sights to visit, how long to stay, where to eat and possible documents?

Smoothly…England – London

In today’s post we will help you and talk about it for you, giving you all the necessary details.

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How long to stay in England – London

If you plan to go to London, I recommend you stay in the city for at least six days.

At first glance this amount of days may be a lot for one place and being in Europe, but it isn’t.

London has a lot of history to tell, there are many museums, gastronomy and of course the nightlife, all of this including the most visited places in the city.

But if you’re passing through the city quickly, you can stay in the city for four days.

This time will be enough to see the city’s monuments, visit specific and touristic regions, but not all, in addition to experiencing various typical restaurants and discovering the city’s nightlife.

London sights

  • Big Ben: Start the day early and visit Big Ben, the famous clock built between 1840 and 1860, it is located on the banks of the River Thames, where you will find other sights of the city.The parliament clock is one of the biggest sights in London and you wouldn’t have been to the land of the queen if you didn’t visit this place. It is located in the city center and forms part of the Palace of Westminster, another tourist spot.
  • Westminster Abbey Monastery: Westminster Abbey Monastery is the most famous cathedral in the United Kingdom and you should definitely stop by. Built in the 11th century, this is where the royal coronation has always taken place, as well as being the setting that hosts all royal weddings.In addition to giving masses, the church also has several scientists, doctors and famous people buried there.
  • Palace of Westminster: This palace is famous for having formerly been the residence of the British Royal Family, but today it is the seat of the UK parliament and is well worth a visit..
  • London Eye: Follow the bank of the River Thames to locate a huge Ferris wheel that is very close to the Palace of Westminster and Big Ben, with a sensational city tour of London.A great tip is to always stop by during the day or even around sunset, where you’ll see the best views of the city center and from above, if you want to take a walk on the London Eye.
  • Buckingham Palace: The residence of the monarchy since 1837 with over 775 rooms, it is open to the public during the months of July, August and September. Changing the Guard – which is one of the biggest attractions in the city, where there is a ritual in which the soldiers who protect the queen change their turns.
  • Tower Bridge: An icon of the city of London, Tower Bridge was built in 1894 and from the top of the bridge, which is 42 meters high, you can have a wonderful view of the River Thames.

Where to eat in london

It’s interesting that you go to London and enjoy, of course, the city’s local cuisine, so I’ll give you some possibilities to enjoy it very well.

Look for restaurants that offer the following dishes, as they follow the local cuisine and that is well worth enjoying while in town.

  • Apple Pie: Warm apple pie;
  • Backed Beans: A toast with beans;
  • Fish and chips: Breaded and fried fish dish with French fries. The best known and most consumed dish in London.
  • Roast beef: Grilled meat;

English tea is definitely something you need to know about when you go to London. The best places to enjoy this culinary moment are in luxurious hotels and restaurants, with a full afternoon tea for £30.

However, if you don’t want to leave the city center that day, the best place is Afternoon Tea very close to Kensington.

The best neighborhood to discover the best of London cuisine is Covent Garden, which has the Soho area and Leicester Square on the outskirts.

Stop by… You will love it.

Documents needed to travel to London

If you are Brazilian and intend to stay in the country for a period of up to six months, you will only need a passport, without the need for a visa.

If you have dual citizenship and live in other European cities, you will only need your citizen card or an identity card, and no other visas are required.


After this post I’m sure you’ll be able to go to London without any doubts about the topic and problems that might happen.

But, if you have any questions about the topic, leave a message in the comments space so I can help you.

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