A little while back, I wrote a blog about my completed London bucket list. Despite making my way through a lot of fun things, I still have quite a few on the list. Here’s what is still ahead in my London life…
Have a cool cinema experience
The lure of pizzas while you watch your fave flick and the thought of comfy armchairs has me sold. I’d also quite fancy an alfresco film come summer time…
See the Crown Jewels
The Tower of London is probably something I should have ticked off the list sooner, but I really want to schedule in a visit of Queenie’s bling.
Go inside St Paul’s Cathedral
I’ve stood outside and marvelled at the grandeur of St Paul’s but I’m yet to peak inside. I’ll add it to my ‘tourist in my own city’ day out list.
Picnic on Primrose hill
Now that the sun is finally shining, my summer plans are already building up. How cute would a picnic here be? With beautiful views across London.
Go deer spotting in Richmond Park
I cant believe that I’ve been in London for well over a year and I still haven’t visited Richmond Park. Perhaps when the weather is in full-on summer mode, I can venture further west.
Spent a sunny afternoon at a lido
Here’s hoping that we get a heatwave summer again so I can book in a dip at an open-air swimming pool.
Take a cable car ride over the city
I’m not sure I’ll get Arthur on board for this one as he’s not keen on heights, but I will find a fearless friend to accompany me on my mission to go on the Emirates Air Line.
Start the day with sunrise yoga
I’ve seen that you can do sunrise yoga at The Shard and I’m super keen to give this ago. Yoga always gives me a mental health boost and I think with the amazing sunrise it would be even more magical.
Visit Kew Gardens
I’ve heard so many good things about this botanical haven, it’s definitely something I’m keen to do. Come summer time, one weekend I think Kew Gardens would make the perfect day out – and I’m sure those flowerbeds are great for the gram!
Use the Eurostar
Okay, so not technically something to do in London – but I really want to get the Eurostar from London. I’ve never actually used it and I’ve heard some rather good reviews. And to be honest, I wouldn’t mind a weekend in Paris!
Once again, here are the things I’ve already ticked off my London to-do list to get you feeling inspired.
I’d love to know what’s on your London bucket list. Comment below!