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Solo Travel in London: Top Accommodations
8 Amazing Activities for Solo Travelers in London
On your own and visiting London? Here's the pick of the best spots for solo travelers adventuring to Britain's magnificent capital city.
Free of charge to enter - for the permanent collection - this huge overview of 20th and 21st-century art is housed in a former power station.
Take a sandwich and stroll to the Serpentine, the engineered stretch of water where there are ducks and swans. The Serpentine Gallery nearby has excellent free-to-enter exhibitions.
The colorful changing of the guard, most mornings at 11 am, is one of the city's great free sights and is perfect for those solo outings in London. The guards aren't there just for show, but to protect the monarch.
There's nothing like spending time alone with the British Museum's unparalleled collection of antiquities. The Egyptian galleries alone are worthy of a morning's contemplation.
Tea at Fortnum & Mason
One of London's most epic stores, on Piccadilly, is a fine place for a luxurious English afternoon tea. It's a wonderful spot for people watching.
St Paul's Cathedral
Sir Christopher Wren's masterpiece is best experienced at the regular daily services. The soaring voices of choristers are what this building was designed for.
Architect Renzo Piano's soaring skyscraper at London Bridge offers a stunning perspective over the city from the enclosed viewing platform at the top.
In picturesque Notting Hill, in West London, this is the area made famous by the film 'Notting Hill'. The antique shops invite bargain-hunters.
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Frequently Asked Questions
How much do vacation rentals for Solo Traveling in London cost?
The average price for accommodation in London is between usually $237 and $409 per night.
What kinds of rentals can I find for Solo Traveling in London?
There are many Apartment rentals and Hotel rooms that are great for Solo Traveling in London.
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