When London’s temperatures are starting to rise, the rains are fewer and it’s open season for all the events! During summer time, London is a great place for entertainment and the perfect place for experimenting with different sensations. Because there is a lot to see, we handpicked for all the happy travelers a list of the top events to go to this summer.
When the thermometers reach higher temperatures, the entire outdoor environment comes to life and is ready to offer the audience great times. You can start with some amazing food and drinks at the Ales Tales Festival, party wild on the Thames at the Silent Sound Boat Party or enjoy magical plays at the Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre. It’s impossible not to find something to do only while wandering London’s streets!
Sport and outdoor activities
Anyone in the mood for some sports? You can really have a great time by playing tennis in the parks, horse riding in Richmond Park or Hyde Park, paddle up on the Thames, play a round of mini golf in Putt in the Park, go on wild adventures in Trent Park or take the famous four-wheel bicycles from Santander Cycles.
Experience an authentic summertime in London
To taste a little the British summer routine, you can try involving in activities such as buying some fresh fruits and vegetables from any one of London’s markets and then head out for a chill summer afternoon on a picnic in Crystal Palace Park. If you’re in the mood for a walk, you can try the finest Kew Gardens to smell the roses or meet the animals from Madchute Farm.
Once you step out of your hotel, you have millions of options on how to spend your time. You can even go on a search for a beach right in the heart of London. If you didn’t know, Thames has a small beach near the Tower Bridge. Also, you can go on a summer safari at the zoo with music, tours, and refreshments at ZSL London Zoo.
Do you have any other summer activities on your list? Let us know what are your favorite activities are and what are your plans for this summer. We would love hearing your ideas and plans – feel free to leave your comments here or on our Facebook, Instagram or Twitter
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Stonehenge being part of UNESCO World Heritage Site attracts as many as 850,000 tourists from around the globe traveling to see the majestic stones and hear the tales behind those stones. Stonehenge sits in the middle of Salisbury planes and access to Stonehenge is most convenient for tourists if they go with a coach tour or in a private car. Visiting Stonehenge on your own can also be a little tricky as it can be extremely busy and when you go with a tour, you have everything sorted by the tour supplier. There are plenty of affordable & low-cost tours available to Stonehenge that includes entry ticket to Stonehenge as well. There are some pretty exciting options available as well that gives you a chance to see other beautiful English cities.
Firstly I would like to talk about the simplest Stonehenge Tour, which would be cheapest & easiest option to fit your short holiday to London. There are several suppliers offering Stonehenge half day tour with different names but frankly they all serve the same purpose, generally, the tour lasts approximately 5.5 to 6 hours including transportation to Stonehenge and you get to spend 1.5 hours to 2 hours at Stonehenge. The tour departs daily from Victoria station early morning and during summer season ( April to September ) there is an afternoon option as well which departs between 12:30 PM to 1:30 PM depending on the supplier. A general admission to Stonehenge allows you to go inside the outer circle of Stonehenge, access to inner circle is allowed on specific tours on specific days and is explained later in this article. You will be provided with audio guides at Stonehenge available in about 12 different languages including Spanish, Italian, German, Polish, Portuguese, Japanese and more. Stonehenge now also equips with a visitor center with exhibition center and a café for your relaxed time at Stonehenge.
Now if You have a bit more time, there are several options available where Stonehenge Tour is combined with several other beautiful English Cities, worth seeing while you are in England. Below we have listed some of the best-selling Stonehenge Tours along with their prices.
One of the bestselling Stonehenge tours is Stonehenge, Windsor Castle, and Roman bath Tour, This tour combines Britains three best, beautiful and most desiring places in one simple day tour by coach. The tour generally offers a professional onboard guide that takes you around all the places as well as you have a choice to be own your own. The tour includes entrance to Stonehenge, Windsor Castle, and Roman Bath as well as a short walking tour of Bath City. If you are unfamiliar with Bath city, I must tell you that it is worth seeing Roman & Georgian City with beautiful Georgian Terraced house. The look and feel of this small English city truly amazing, some describe it as quite a romantic and tranquil place to be. A river flows in the middle of the city and most importantly it houses Roman Bath, Roman Bath was built by Romans centuries ago and you will be surprised when you will visit Roman Bath as the Bath features naturally warm spring water and Bath Abbey with beautiful architecture.