My personal opinion is that there’s so much to do in London (especially if you get off the tourist trail) that you don’t need to do a day trip. If you really want to, go for it, but I’d recommend skipping the tours that take you to a million places in one day and instead just choose one spot and take the train there on your own.
This article gives you some recommendations for where to day trip outside of London.
“Which West End shows do you recommend?”
I personally love the Lion King, Five Guys Named Moe, Billy Elliot (no longer on), and my favourite is The Book of Mormon.
I’m afraid not, but the closest thing to it is to get my Bermondsey game on the Questo app, which is like a fun self-guided walking tour. You can also check this page for upcoming Love and London events and experiences.
“If I send you my itinerary, can you look at it and give me some feedback?”
“How are you able to live and work in the UK? What are the immigration laws like? How can I get a job there?”
I can’t help with immigration questions. You’ll need to speak to a lawyer for help.
London with Kids
Love and London’s content is created for adults, but I have some resources for families.
If you’ve got young kids, this video with a London mum will give you some good tips.
London is very kid friendly, so don’t feel like you can’t do anything (especially during the day) because you’ve got kids of any age. You know your kids best so you’ll have to take my various recommendations across my channels and paid guides and use your parental instinct as to what they’ll enjoy the most 🙂
“I’m confused about how to use public transport in London. What should I do?”
I know it can be daunting if you’re not used to public transport. That’s why I made a very thorough course on BrightTrip called “London Transportation, Explained“. You can get that and any course on the platform for 10% off with my promo code “5ZHOU”.