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Plan a Trip to London like a Londonder

The latest trend in travelling that is fast catching up is probably to plan a trip like a local, and it is amazing indeed. Picture this, you have just returned from a trip to London, and your social media shines with the nitty-gritty of London like a true-blue Londoner. How cool is that! Travel websites is the right place to give you a detailed guide of how to plan a trip to London like a local.


1. Place To Stay

To travel like a local, you have to quit the fancy hotel dream and look for accommodation options that guarantee home comfort. TripHobo offers you the best ever deals on staying options that welcomes you to the warm cosiness of an English home.

2. Food

The next thing to cross your mind once a roof over the head has been arranged, is of course food. What to eat and where to eat it. Have a quick look at this list picking out the best places to drop in at your mealtimes.

Lunch- You’re in London then you cannot miss out on the gorgeous beef delicacies at Hawkesmoore. Want a happy meal that makes you smile? Try the Breakfast Club . Did I mention they have a doorway that’s apparently a gigantic fridge leading you to a bar?

BrunchWeekend Brunch- Get your Sunday sorted with the sumptuous brunch at Caravan.

Supper – Dine with locals and please your ears to that sexy British accent over food at VizEat.

Street Food- You can’t miss out on the wide variety on offer at Exmouth Market.

3. Drinks et. al.

East London is actually where the nightlife is. Among its endless number of awesome bars , underground clubs , live music at Cargo and rooftop parties at Queen of Hoxton deserves special mention. If you are more of an artistic, introvert person you should visit the Churchill Arms at Notting Hill.

4. Culture

If you’re a person with a cultural bent of mind, you want to attend the music festivals at the parks of London all summer including mega events like Wireless or Field Day. Spruce up your inner popstar at the Karaoke at Gospeloke, complete with your own gospel choir back up. Watch a play at the famous National Theatre in South Bank. (Londoner’s tip: get in the ticket queue as early as 9 am for budget deals)


5. Shopping

You absolutely need to shop for classy designer vintage English wear at Rokit or Absolute Vintage.

At Greenwich market, you will get homemade handicrafts you can gift your special someone back home. Planning to redo your interiors? How about you add a few antiques from Portobello Road Market.

6.Roaming the City

Who can miss out on the “Tube” to get across London like a native? Aside that, may be taking a stroll along in the countless number of lush parks in London and may be sometimes catching up a football match at London’s famous stadium isn’t a bad idea at all!

No other travel website would provide you with this information. What are you waiting for? Plan a trip! London calling.


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