With the subtle dip in temperature, winter starts making its presence felt as summer slowly comes to an end. With the chill nipping at your skin, you know it’s time for sweater weather and to pack your bags and set out on another vacation.
Such is the experience you get while visiting London in September. Don’t be surprised if it starts to rain, the weather can be a bit unpredictable. Nevertheless, it’s nice. This is also the time when school semesters resume and people are coming back from their summer vacations. Plus with the comfortable weather settling in, the city starts coming back to life, making it the perfect time to explore the city and visit all it has to offer (which is a lot).
London is renowned for a lot of things. With its amazing attractions, the streets of England’s capital are always packed with tourists and one of the places people flock to is the Big Ben. More like, the Elizabeth Tower. Big Ben is actually the nickname given to the Great Bell in the tower. Colloquially, the tower and the clock, which is the largest in Great Britain, are referred to as Big Ben. Standing tall in all its glory, this world famous monument is something you won’t miss. The Tower is also listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. That being said, a visit to the ol’ Big Ben is a must.
It’s a well known fact that London is home to places which are of great importance; places that are home to greatness. One of such places is the Westminster Abbey. A royal church, this building is more than a 1000 years old. Kings, queens, soldiers, scientists, poets, authors and many, many more esteemed persons have been buried here. The coronation of British monarchs along with royal weddings has also taken place at the Abbey. Another one of UNESCO’s World Heritage Site, this building is what you call a landmark. Just standing there, marveling at the absolute pristine architecture with the September breeze gently blowing through the air, it’s going to be a beautiful experience, one that you will never ever forget in your life.
One of the attractions (and by attractions we mean THE attraction\) of modern London is the iconic The London Eye. Jump in the passenger capsules and just take in the view. At 443ft high, London will literally be at your feet. No matter where you look, all you are going to see is beauty. Look up, there’s the beautiful September sky; look down, the Thames is flowing graciously. There’s no shred of doubt that the London Eye is UK’s most popular paid tourist attraction.
Besides being a city with hallowed history, London is also a bustling, modern metropolis. There’s so much going on, especially during this time of the year; so many things to do, so many things to see, so much to experience. September is a time when London is free of tourists (as much as London can be said to be free of tourists) and this will allow you to really enjoy the city and all that it has to offer, to really feel it. And there can be no better way to plan your feel trip to London than www.feelaplace.com. The only resource on the net that will not only help you plan your trip but also let you book your tickets for various attractions but also your stays. The one stop resource to truly feel London.