London is the city that naturally blends the ancient with the modern and that results in an amazingly beautiful modern metropolis. It is composed of all the ingredients of the place that anyone would want to call a home, no matter whether they have been there from birth or are just arriving. If it’s cultural fairs, musical festivals, or just walking through the parks around the city, surely you will find something that will satisfy you. Whatever you are passionate about – history, food or just to check out new places, here you’ll always find something to do that will be interesting to you. Let’s embark on a magical journey to London that will reveal to us the city’s hidden joints and create moments that will remain with our hearts forever. To make your stay more enjoyable, below is an example version of four days.

Day 1: Exploring London’s Iconic Landmarks

Start your journey in London by acquainting yourself with this city’s most outstanding landmarks. Begin your day with a visit to the historic Tower of London where you will be able to see its ancient battlements and look at the Crown Jewels in wonder, , and listen to the stories of the monarchs, queens, and convicts who were imprisoned in it.

After that, you cross the world-famous architectural landmark of Tower Bridge and continue on the riverside of Thames, on the South Bank. Marvel at the scenic views of the London skyline and explore HMS Belfast, an intact ship turned into a museum that has a few containers of the naval history.

When the day comes to an end, take a walk to the West End of London and visit the Chinatown which is a buzz of life. For a change, you could visit one of the many Chinese restaurants that are located in this vibrant neighbourhood and experience life through the lens of the bustling city that is the reflection of this cultural bridge. The following step for you will be to penetrate into the heart of West-End London, thus you will be able to see the pulsating theatre activity here. Don’t miss a great show or a matinee of an award-winning play performed in one of the theatres of high historical significance, like the Royal Opera House or the Theatre Royal Drury Lane.

In the evening, have a leisurely stroll by the river’s banks and you will also get a chance to see glorious cultural institutions such as the Globe Theatre and the Tate Modern. You can enter the centre of the West-End of London here, to enjoy the performances of the best theatre-houses. The end of your sightseeing of London will not be complete without being thrilled by a matinee or an evening performance of an excellent production staged in one of the theatres of great historic importance such as the Royal Opera House or the Theatre Royal Drury Lane.

Day 2: Exploring London’s Cultural Tapestry

The second day of your tour should be spent exploring London’s cultural richness and technological magnificence. The British Museum is the place where you commence your journey, showcasing artefacts of different civilizations that date back to hundreds of years. There will be Rosetta Stone, the Elgin Marbles, the Egyptian mummies and so on – they are the main exhibits.

Next, go through the steps to the newly enthroned London Eye, the city’s great Ferris wheel. Standing in front of the mesmerising London skyline, look down from the height to the river Thames and see such famous sights as Big Ben, Buckingham Palace and St Paul’s Cathedral.

In the afternoon, go through Covent Garden, a district with many ways to spend time, from street performances to the many unique craft stores or artisan markets. One of the shopping malls or Oxford Street is the place to be if shopping is your thing; also you can try the best gourmet food from the many cafés and restaurants.

Day 3: Discovering Hidden Gems

Find places which are well removed from the crowd and enjoy the local flavours of London. The first part of the day should be spent discovering the huge Hampstead Heath, a parkland that showcases a vast area and an aerial perspective of London.

Then, proceed to the bohemian location of Camden and Shoreditch, which are well-known for their street art and sidewalks painted with graffiti, and many shops and restaurants. Do not let Camden Market pass you by without a small trip around the place to find some handmade art crafts and to sample the food from many countries around the world.

In the afternoon, try to go to Greenwich and see the Cutty Sark clipper, a stunning 19th century clipper ship. Climb aboard and discover it as it travels around the seas of the world.

Day 4: A Magical Journey to the Wizarding World

Finally, visit Warner Bros. Studio Tour – The Making of Harry Potter to learn about the film’s production process. Wander through the wonderful world of Hogwarts, where exquisite sets, props and costumes from the Harry Potter films will astound and inspire. This is your opportunity to immerse yourself in the Harry Potter universe by watching the filming process in the Great Hall and Diagon Alley.

On the day you leave London, the very memory of this place must be as close to your heart as a city with such a fascinating history, unique culture and full of vitality. London is a city where the line between the iconic landmarks and hidden private gems can’t be drawn, thus making the capital city full of numerous historical and cultural spots to be visited. Immerse yourself into the multi-layered past, tickled by the flavours of gourmet food and praise the vibrant life of London’s heartland in search of a marvellous experience. And thus let us lift our bags and proceed to London, where each corner abounds in the richness of history and every minute leaves one with the taste of discovery.