London is calling those who want to enjoy a lavished holiday. Winter or summer, you can enjoy High Tea overlooking the Thames or a trip to London Bridge or Big Ben. With a multi-century history and modern chic breathing in London’s air, there is something for everyone to enjoy.
When in London you have to have a traditional English breakfast at either The Ivy or Balthazar. Enjoy the delights of eggs, bacon, sausage, beans and of course, coffee or traditional English tea. The best way to get around London town is in a fancy car and a chauffeur who knows all secret routes around city that help you avoid wasting your time in traffic.
After you are full and awake from your strong English coffee or tea, have your chauffer take you for a royal experience at Buckingham Palace, and don’t forget to visit the Crown Jewels. Then head to Carnaby Street, King’s Road or Bond Street for some high-end shopping and make sure you visit Harrods, which is famed for the fact that they can order in anything you wish to get.
Then take your loved one for a romantic private viewing of London in your own London Eye capsule, while enjoying champagne and chocolate. Or take a private boat cruise down the Thames River, where you will see many of London’s tourist attractions. If you want to get a sense of true English spirit, you should consider getting tickets to English soccer game at Emirates Stadium but be mindful of wild soccer fans.
A legendary High Tea actually originated in England and comprises of a cake and a cuppa, so while in London, we recommend to visit famous The Ritz London, The Goring, Brown’s Hotel (https://www.roccofortehotels.com/hotels-and-resorts/browns-hotel/restaurants-and-bars/english-tea-room/), The Lanesborough or The Dorchester and enjoy a relaxing afternoon-tea with an adorable tear-drop cake tray. If you are looking for something more specific in an Afternoon Tea ritual, read more here.
When the sun sets make sure you bring a warm coat and head out for a dinner at Gordon Ramsey or Le Gavroche, which are both three Michelin stars holders, and then to one of the many plays that London has to offer like Phantom of the Opera or Billy Elliot.
The Ritz London