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Places you have to visit once you’re in London/England

Everyone reading my blog knows my heart lies in my city London. I miss it dearly. So, to keep me, saint, while wishing I was back there, I’ve made a list for a friend from Turkey who wants to visit London someday. Whilst I was making that list, I thought to myself: why not share it openly? My friend got really excited and said she loves the magic surrounding the locations I gave her. So, let me spread that magical feeling on here as well!

– Tower of London
– Primrose Hill
– Street art in East London (Brick Lane)
– Dulwich Village
– Leadenhall Market
– Regent’s Canal
– Bookshops (Daunt Books, Marylebone location) (Hatchards, Piccadilly) My personal favourite (John Sandoe Books, Sloane Square)
– Belgravia
– Brick Lane Backyard Market
– Battersea Park
– Hampstead Heath
– Richmond Park
– Hyde Park
– British Museum
– Leicester Square
– London Eye
– St Paul’s Cathedral
– Big Ben
– Buckingham Palace
– Tower Bridge
– Westminster Abbey
– Palace of Westminster
– Abbey Road
– Trafalgar Square
– The Shard
– Natural History Museum
– Oxford Street
– Regent’s Park
– Piccadilly Circus
– Kensington Palace + Kensington Gardens
– London Zoo
– Shakespeare’s Globe
– Hampton Court Palace
– Royal Albert Hall
– Houses of Parliament
– Imperial War Museum
– Kings Cross Station (Harry Potter’s 9 3/4 spot)
– Notting Hill
– Marble Arch
– Victoria Palace + Little Ben
– Westminster Cathedral
– Chinatown
– Hever Castle
– Leeds Castle
– Highclere Castle
– Windsor Castle
– Clearwell Castle
– Pendennis Castle
– Sir Francis Drake’s ship ‘Golden Hind’ (from Uncharted) is located at St Mary Overie Dock, in Bankside, Southwark, London

Of course, there are far more places I’d tell you to go, but this list is what I definitely recommend to visit. Some are located throughout England, and not only in London. So, be aware of that! 

Love, Deem ❤

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