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How to Plan a Three Days in London Itinerary

By: Claudia Laroye / Reposted from www.thetravellingmom.ca

Planning a visit one of the world’s most exciting cities with a limited timeline is no easy task. I mean, people spend years in London, England, and still don’t get to see everything there is to see, right? Well, through the mix of independent and guided excursions at Monograms, travelers can maximize time through group sightseeing while maintain their own independent schedules to visit what they like, when they wish. Even if you’re in London for a short while (and let’s face it, three days isn’t fair to this fair city), you can still make the most of your visit with this exciting three days in London itinerary.

Three Days in London Itinerary

‘London is the whole world in one place’ – Henry James

Day One – London on Foot

Explore Covent Garden

In term of things to do in London, exploring Covent Garden, a neighbourhood of boutiques, cafes, markets and restaurants is a must do. This is a welcoming place to begin your time in London, with kids or without. There are excellent street performances in its piazza, some great museums (check out the London Transport Museum), and it’s home to the London Theatre District and its popular shows like Mary Poppins and the Lion King.

After enjoying tea at Petersham Nurseries, I wandered through the narrow streets and followed my friend Katja’s advice to pop into Neal’s Yard, one of London’s most Instagrammable spots. The courtyard is a colourful collection of shops, cafes, houses and photo opps.