A must-visit to UK this summer – for an eternal lifetime experience!


Beat the heat this summer by visiting UK that is waiting for you with a lot of excitement and experiences. Ideal for romantic getaway, child friendly activities, scrumptious food, varied summer events, rural escapes, fun spots, cultural activities and much more, this place is the heaven where one finds comfort, luxury and pacification in a fine combination.

Exciting things to enjoy in the capital this summer!

Summer in london

Visiting London will certainly end your summer with good memories. Get ready to enjoy several kinds of exciting events ranging from the traditional to the eccentric. Check out few highlights below for the interesting things going to happen in the town this summer.

Sundance Film Festival at Picture House Central – June 2 – June 5

Sundance Film Festival

Back for a long weekend in June, the Sundance Film Festival features premieres of some hottest movies and documentaries from the mother festival in January. So, don’t miss it out because this year the whole festival will unspool for the very first time at the lovely Picturehouse Central cinema in the West End.

Queen’s House 400th anniversary and reopening

Queen's House

If you are planning a visit to London this summer, you are definitely going to make it worthwhile. Closed for renovation last year, The Queen’s House will reopen for its 400th anniversary on July 4, 2016. You will get to witness wonderful art collection of the Royal Museums, superb interiors and classic paintings on the walls.

The 4th of July in London

4th of July in London

Let’s make your way to this remarkable event with Londoners who surely know how to throw a good Fourth of July party. Get ready to celebrate U.S. Independence Day in the capital with a bang!

Somerset House Summer Series gigs

Somerset House Summer Series gigs

Like Londoners, you are definitely going to like the Somerset House’s annual gig series. This venue is ideally renowned for its open-air festival stage right in the centre of London where artists love playing to a fascinated audience in a grand eighteenth-century courtyard by the Thames. Artists like Amy Winehouse, Sam Smith and Adele have all wooed the audiences and 2016 is also going to make it big!

This list doesn’t end here.There is a lot more to enjoy and experience..

So if you are planning a short or a long visit to London, make sure to stay at a convenient and hassle free location offering easy access to all these places. Rather than looking out for hotels, book a serviced apartment in london and its neighbourhoods like Camden, Greenwich, Borough and Piccadilly. Unlike hotels, the serviced apartments are budget friendly and provide you a lot of flexibility and privacy with comfort and luxury.

The Best of London


No trip to London is ever going to be dull; it’s simply something that is never going to happen. London may not be the City that never sleeps but there is always something for you to do in the capital city of England.

Buckingham Palace

Although you’re unlikely to actually meet the Queen, a trip to London is incomplete without going to Buckingham Palace. Instead of standing outside those magical gates why not actually get shown around the Palace? Throughout July, August and September there are tours of the State Rooms, The Queen’s Gallery and the Royal Mews. Tours take around two hours and it’s something you’ll never forget. Prices range from £19.75 to £34.50 and of course there’s a fantastic range of souvenirs on offer so you’ll never forget the day you were shown around the Queen’s home.

Any football fan would love to go to Wembley Stadium, so why not take one of their stadium tours? Just imagine how you’ll feel when you get shown round the dressing rooms where some of the greatest teams in the world have been. You can sit in the England manager’s chair, climb the steps to the Royal Box, have your photograph taken with a replica of the FA Cup and receive a gift pack including a personalized voucher and message card. Prices start at £17.50.

The West End of London boasts some of the greatest shows in the world. Whether it’s musicals, comedies or the most dramatic plays around, then this is the place to go. With shows such as ‘The Phantom of the Opera’, ‘Wicked’, ‘Dirty Rotten Scoundrels’ and ‘The Mousetrap’ there’s something for everyone in the West End. There are always some great offers on tickets in the half-price ticket booths and online.

Being imprisoned in the Tower of London was a bit of a torturous experience, but if you’re just paying a visit then it’s a much more enjoyable experience. You can see the Royal Jewels; attend the Ceremony of the Keys which makes sure the Royal Jewels are still there the next morning, the White Tower and the ravens. There’s over 1000 years of history to discover here and even vegetarians won’t mind meeting the Beefeater. Adult tickets start at £22 but it’s cheaper to book online.

If the stars in the West End weren’t enough for you then why not take a trip to Madame Tussauds in Baker Street. There’s over 300 wax figures, the Spirit of London ride and the amazing Marvel Super Heroes 4D movie experience. Just imagine how jealous (and possibly confused) your friends will be when you show them your selfie with Wolverine. Online tickets start at £15 which is a real bargain.

With 14 zones, over 300 wax figures, Spirit of London Ride and the amazing Marvel Super Heroes 4D movie experience, we combine glitz and glamor with incredible history. So, who do you want to meet?

Fans of a certain detective series won’t want to leave Baker Street without visiting the Sherlock Holmes Museum. It’s actually based at 221b Baker Street where the great detective resided. The famous 1st floor study overlooking Baker Street looks just like it did in Victorian Times. At just £10 to get in, this really is unmissable.

London's Eye

If you want to see lots of London without having to travel around the city then take a trip on the London Eye. Built as part of the Millennium celebrations this has become one of the most popular tourists’ attractions in the capital. Tickets start at £26.55 online but there are plenty of great offers online including a combination ticket for the London Eye and Madame Tussauds at £39.95. Even better is the London Pass which for £49 allows you to visit over 60 great London attractions including the Tower of London, Wembley Stadium, The Museum of London and London Zoo.

There really is so much to see in London, it’s just fitting it all in without having to live there full-time that’s the problem.