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Following these sightseeing and safety tips will make your London Vacation easier and more pleasurable
Allow Enough Time
When planning your trip to London, allow for a minimum of 6 to 8 days. 10 days is ideal.
Use the audio tour devices at tourist attractions that offer them. You’ll gain a wealth of knowledge about the tourist attraction you’re seeing.
Be Aware Of Your Surroundings
Be aware of thieves and pickpockets in the major shopping areas, particularly at Oxford Street and especially at Oxford Street Tube Station. Women should keep their handbags towards the inside and front of their torsos, and both men and women should keep their valuables in front pockets rather than rear pockets. If you’re carrying a backpack, be sure not to leave valuables in the open pockets.
Bring your most comfortable shoes, and shoes that provide cushioning. You’re going to be doing a lot of walking and standing on hard floors.
Protect Your Belongings
Like all big cities, London has things you need to look out for. Keep your handbags and luggage within view at all times, particularly when at pubs or restaurants located near to major railway stations. Thieves thrive in these places, taking advantage of tourists being distracted by the fact that they are in a new place.
Be Careful Crossing The Street!
Pay close attention when crossing London streets. While there are some exceptions to this rule, always look right first when crossing the street as traffic direction in The United Kingdom is opposite of most countries.
Carry Some Change
Be sure to carry some loose change with you and include 1 pound coins. There are public toilets located at many of the outdoor attractions such as Hyde Park and Trafalgar Square and entrance to these toilets is typically 1 pound.
Allow For Enough Time To See The Sites
Probably most importantly, allow enough time to see the sites you’re visiting and plan accordingly. Some of the sites take much longer to see than others. This is where I can be a tremendous help to you!
Carry A Backpack
Always take a backpack with you, and be sure to have in it the following items: an umbrella, an extra layer for your upper body, a jacket, a portable power pack for your phone, a bottle of water, energy bars, and a packet of pain reliever like Advil or Tylenol.
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