When I planned the Great Britain itinerary, I referred to Lonely Planet Great Britain. It such a complete and detailed guide a traveler can hope for. My knowledge about Great Britain was limited, and reading the places of interest it offers got me excited and confused at the same time. I was pretty much confused when deciding what to visit after London. When it comes to London, you can easily decide where to go because all the places of interests are within reach of underground train and London Pass give the freedom and guide to all the attractions. But when it comes to deciding what next attraction should be seen outside London, things got very trickier.
London’s temperature in may varies from 10 to 20 degree Celcius and when you’re lucky, you can meet Mr. Sunshine peeking over the clouds over the City. On that day, our tour was quite packed and spread around London. The plan was to spend Day-1 on nearby areas in Central London, and spend the second day strolling places outskirt London. On that second day, we went to Greenwich Observatory (about 1 hour trip from our YHA London Central, our acommodation). And then from Greenwich Observatory we went to Greenwich Pier to embark on Thames River Boat Cruise and stopped by near the Tower of London. That made our next destination was Tower of London. We continued strolling to Tower Bridge, The Shard and covered the highlights around the complex before heading north to Warner Bros Studio for Harry Potter Studio Tour (about 1,5 hours from Tower Bridge).
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