3 Days in London Trip Plan

Are you going to spend 3 days in London? Then this itinerary is a great fit for you. You'll see all the best London attractions A to Z. With Sygic Travel, you'll make the most of your 3 days in London.

Once you arrive in London, start your first day at the true heart of the city – Trafalgar Square. The most famous tourist attractions follow on your itinerary: London Eye, Big Ben and Buckingham Palace. You can finish your day in one of the great museums. Take a little rest from the lively city on the second day, head to the Windsor Castle and take a walk in the Greewich Park afterwards. On the third day, your London itinerary takes you to the landmarks in the center again: the Tower with Tower Bridge next to it and St. Paul's Cathedral.
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Day 1: 3 Days in London Trip Plan

Trafalgar Square

Designed by John Nash in 1830, Trafalgar Square is the largest square in London.

National Gallery

The gallery (established in 1824) holds an enormous art collection of over 2.600 pieces - no wonder it is one of the most visited galleries…

Nelson's Column

Nelson’s Column is the tall monument that dominates Trafalgar Square. It was built in the early 1840s to commemorate Admiral Horatio Nelson,…

London Eye

Come for a ride on Europe's largest Ferris wheel. The views from the top are simply fabulous, especially at night.

Palace of Westminster

The elaborate Palace of Westminster is home to both houses of the Parliament of the UK - the House of Commons and House of Lords.

Big Ben

The most famous bell in Europe, perhaps even in the world, Big Ben, is one of the iconic landmarks of London.

Westminster Abbey

First monks lived here back in the 10th century. Henry III had the abbey rebuilt in 1245 when he chose it as his burial site and managed to…

St. James's Park

London's oldest royal park was established in 1603. It occupies an area of nearly 60 acres and it is located close to the Buckingham Palace.

Buckingham Palace

This majestic palace is the official residence of British monarchs and is usually recognized as a symbol of UK's monarchy.

The Mall

Long and broad promenade lined by tall leafy trees serves for ceremonial occasions.

Piccadilly Circus

A famous road junction and public space in London's West End was built in 1819.

Chinatown London

Explore the restaurants, bakeries, night clubs and enjoy the great atmosphere of Chinatown. Well worth a visit.

Oxford Street

With approximately 300 shops, Oxford Street is Europe's busiest shopping street and is home to a number of major department stores and many…

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Day 2: 3 Days in London Trip Plan

Windsor Castle

This medieval castle is one of United Kingdom's iconic sights and a weekend home for the Queen.

Eton College

Eton College /iːtən/ is an English independent boarding school for boys in Eton, Berkshire, near Windsor.

Cutty Sark

This 1869 clipper ship served as a tea trade ship for Jock Willis Shipping Line.

National Maritime Museum

If you want to familiarise yourself with the history of the British navy and the naval history of the whole Europe, come to this museum.

Prime Meridian of the World

If you want to stand on two hemispheres at the same time, visit this place where the meridian divides the Earth.

Royal Observatory Greenwich

The Royal Observatory has played an important role in astronomical science.

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Day 3: 3 Days in London Trip Plan

St Paul's Cathedral

An enormous white cathedral and London's highest point serves as the seat of the Bishop of London.

Millennium Bridge

London Millennium Footbridge, a steel suspension bridge for pedestrians crossing the river Thames in London is best known for its…

Tate Modern

A phenomenally successful modern and contemporary art gallery housed in a former power station is one of the largest art galleries in the…

Shakespeare's Globe

Come see the modern replica of the theatre where some of Shakespeare's plays were staged for the first time.

London Bridge

A fairly new concrete and steel bridge standing at the site where a number of bridges stood in the past. Very nice when illuminated at night.

The Monument to the Great Fire of London

This monument, built in the 1670s, commemorates the Great Fire of London which destroyed the centre of London in 1666.

Tower of London

Also known as Her Majesty's Royal Palace and Fortress, the complex was formerly used as a prison.

St. Katharine Docks

St Katharine Docks, in the London Borough of Tower Hamlets, were one of the commercial docks serving London, on the north side of the river…

Tower Bridge

This fascinating bridge is not only one of London's icons, but also one of the best-known bridges in the world.

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