Covent Garden is a must see sight on many trips to London, but other than visiting the famous market, what else is there do here. Well, you could start with our list of fun and unusual things to do in Covent Garden. And there’s probably a couple on here that you haven’t seen everywhere else.
If you’re looking for an unusual tour of London, the London Loo Tour needs to go to the top of your list. It’s basically walking tour of all things loo-related. Here’s what to expect – without giving too much away.
(ad gifted) A Mystery Picnic is like a mini treasure hunt around the streets of London, but instead of picking up gold coins, you’re collecting far more valuable currency of bread, cheese and cupcakes. But what actually happens on the day – check out our review of a London Mystery picnic to find out. What’s …
If you know anything about Harry Potter, you won’t be surprised that the Harry Potter Butterbeer bar is hidden in plain sight right in the middle of London’s Covent Garden – but you might be surprised at how adorable it is!
I haven’t been stared at by this many people in London since I wandered around wearing a Vivienne Westwood skirt shaped like a lampshade – but, pedalling around on the party bike that is the Soho Beer Bike Tour in London gets everyone’s attention – I’m in photos, I’m in videos, I’m waving at taxi …
When I lived in London I actually worked on the Southbank. Back then the highlight of my day was what filling to have in my lunchtime sandwich (from the office sandwich bar) – or, which of the two pubs to go to after work – as there wasn’t a lot around there. Thankfully, the area …
Kings Cross in London might be most famous for it’s station, but there’s a lot more fun things to do in Kings Corss than wait for trains – if you just know where to look.
If you’re going to see street art in London, there’s probably a few areas you’ve got on your list. Shoreditch and Brick Lane. The Leake Street Tunnel – but there’s another area you might want to add; Penge in South London.
Soho is one of the most buzzing areas of London. It doesn’t have a lot of big sights to pull in the tourists, but it’s a must-visit if you want to try some of London’s best bars and restaurants – or, in our case, some of London’s more unusual and fun bars and restaurants.
If you’re heading to Yarmouth on the Isle of Wight then why not add a spot of alpaca walking to your itinerary. Here’s where to give it a try – and what you need to know before you do.