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London: Culture Capital

England's capital city is the most visited destination in the world and it's not hard to understand why: this bustling metropolis is filled with magnificent architecture, beautiful art galleries, awe-inspiring museums, world-renowned theatre and some of the best food in the world. 

What's included...

Day 1 - Museums & Galleries
You could easily spend a whole week just exploring London's best museums and galleries, the capital's world-class institutions house renowned collections on everything from ancient history to modern pop culture. For art-lovers the National Gallery is a haven from the bustle of Trafalgar Square and the Tates are not to be missed; for history buffs the British Museum and Imperial War Museum are a must; and for those with eclectic tastes, head to South Kensington for London's holy trinity of museums, the V&A, Natural History and Science Museums.
The Courtyard of the Victoria and Albert Museum, London
Day 2 - West End
London's world-famous Theatreland can be found in the city's lively West End, where you'll also find some of the capital's best eateries. With the best theatrical line-up from here to Broadway, dinner and a show in the West End is a London must!
Day 3 - Harry Potter
London is full of sights to delight Harry potter fans, from the spectacular St Pancras facade and the real-life Platform Nine Three-Quarters at Kings Cross Station, to the Reptile House of London Zoo and the Diagon Alley-esque street's off Charing Cross Road. Of course the utimate London Harry Potter experience is the Warner Brothers Studio Tour, a truly fantastic day out for Harry Potter fans.
Day 4 - Shopping
London's Oxford Street has some of the best high-street shopping in the world, but it's London's historic department stores that really make this city a bucket-list destination for retail therapy addicts. Harrods in Knightbridge, Royal Purveyor of food and drinks, Fortnum & Mason, and Regent Street's Liberty London, are all treasure troves that have to be seen to be believed!
A box from Harrods department store in London
Day 5 - And beyond...
From London you can easily explore the historic university towns of Oxford and Cambridge, head out to the beautiful Cotswolds countryside, visit the iconic Stonehenge monument, or follow in Jane Austen's footsteps in the spectacular city of Bath.
Stonehenge, Amesbury, Wiltshire

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