This itinerary isn’t just a PDF guide telling you where to go, but also includes a handy Digital Map for your phone, making it incredibly easy to know where you need to go each moment of the three days when you’re out and about in London.
The 90+ page itinerary gives you a ton of varied options, and the Digital Map makes it easy to get back on track if you veer off, with its built-in Get Directions function, so you can rest assured you won’t ever get lost or flustered.
Because I’ve lived in London for years, I know which major sites are realistically close enough to each other to see in one day. I also know all of the hidden gems to check out nearby the world-famous sites… I give you a local experience tied in with the London “biggies.”
What to expect…
Each day, the points of interest will be grouped together so that all sites and suggestions are within walking distance, or a short tube or bus ride, saving you time, energy, and money.
Our family of 5 ( including 3 teen girls) recently returned from our trip to London. We used the 3 day itinerary and it was wonderful! It was so nice knowing our schedule for those 3 days before we even traveled. Once in London, the Google Map worked perfectly. It was great to not spend time wandering around lost or trying to decide what to do. We felt like having the itinerary helped us get the most out of our trip. Well worth the money! And having all the rest rooms marked was an added bonus! We also highly recommend the videos on You Tube, we watched them all and found them to be very helpful on our trip.Mark & Shona
Because of the three day itinerary, I can finally wrap my head around how we will conquer seeing London for the first time without having to follow a strict time schedule. It's the perfect balance of a great itinerary without feeling overwhelming. I will definitely recommend this to all of my friends visiting the UK.Gina
My husband, twin teens, and I just got back from London and I'm so grateful I found you! We loved our experience and that is due to your 3-Day Itinerary. We will be back, and I hope you keep creating itineraries.Marie
What happens if I buy the 2020 itinerary but my trip gets postponed to 2021?
No problem! Once the 2021 version of the itinerary is available (usually by February) just get in touch to let us know when in 2021 your trip is rescheduled for, and we’ll give you the updated version of the itinerary for free.
It absolutely works best when you have it. It will also allow you to get walking directions when needed, or transport directions when you’re planning to head back to your hotel once the day is done. In the guide I’ve included a list of ways to have data on your phone so you can stay connected.
“Can I share the PDF and map with anyone? ”
One purchase of the itinerary includes the PDF, which can be downloaded up to three times onto your various devices, and one Digital Map. You’re certainly allowed to pass your device to your travel partners, but it can’t be shared beyond that.
If you’d like two different phones to have access to the Digital Map, you’ll both need to purchase the itinerary.
“Does the itinerary tell you how to get to the starting point of each day from my hotel?”
It doesn’t, because everyone who purchases the itinerary will be arriving from different parts of London. But it gives you a concrete starting point, and when you’re at your hotel ready to start your day, just pull up the map, select the starting point, then click “Directions” to see all of your options for getting there. It’s really easy!
“Which phones does the Digital Map work on?”
It’s integrated with the Google Maps app, so it’s available for all phones that use iOS or Android operating systems.
“Can I print the PDF guide?”
Please don’t! It was not created to be printed, and works best in its digital format. Please save some trees and don’t print your guide.
London’s food spots are generally pretty good at accommodating for this, and I’ve included a variety of options that should suit just about everyone. Markets are especially good for this, by the way! This year we’ve added icons indicating restaurants that are veggie friendly, vegan friendly and GF friendly.
That being said, you should aways check the menu online yourself, and you can also phone up a restaurant before you go to ask what they can do for any requirements, as they might have a hidden menu you can choose from, or they can create something special for you if you give enough notice.
I’m personally vegetarian, so if you are too, you’ll find plenty of food options in the itinerary.
“I have a physical disability. Will I be able to do everything in the itinerary?”
Our 2020 itinerary has indicators telling you whether or not each recommendation is wheelchair accessible and there are plenty of options for those who need to avoid stairs. You can expect to walk a fairly good amount each day, but how much depends on how you choose to use the itinerary.
“I have really specific things I want to see, will this work for me?”
I’ve created this itinerary to cover what most people who visit London for the first time typically like to see. Of course, I can’t cover everything! If you have really specific or unique tastes, or don’t want to experience any classic London attractions (even just to see them from the outside) then this probably isn’t for you.
“Is this suitable for families with children?”
The cool thing about London is that most things, and well, pretty much everything when it’s daytime, works for families with kids, if your children are fairly well-behaved. That being said, I’ve not specifically made this itinerary with kids under 16 in mind.