Queen’s Jubilee Celebration: Travel plan to London

 Friday, May 27, 2022 

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The nation is gearing to celebrate the Her Majesty The Queen’s Platinum Jubilee Celebration next month (June 2-5, 2022). On 6th February, this year, Her Majesty The Queen became the first British Monarch to celebrate the Platinum Jubilee. This celebration is marking the 70th year of Her service to the people of United Kingdom. 

To celebrate this event, a four days UK bank holiday weekend is about to start. Most of the people in Europe are planning to travel to United Kingdom during this time to witness this greatest event ever. As we all know that United Kingdom is one of the hottest destinations in Europe to travel for European travellers.

The United Kingdom is among countries around the world spearheading a global rebound for travel. This has made long-haul leisure travel gain almost 70 percentage points toward pre-pandemic levels in the space of four months.

As the country is accelerating towards the economic development from tourism point of view, UK is most sought places among European and Asian travellers. If you have bought you tickets to UK, then you have to plan what to see and how to see after attending the Queens’ Platinum Jubilee Event.

London Eye – Iconic Ferris Wheel

The London Eye was built to mark the millennium celebrations in London in 2000 and right from the day one, it has been London’s one of the best place to visit. The individual glass capsules on the wheel rise up to 443 ft above the Thames resulting in some of the most splendid views of the city.

Warner Bros. Studio Tour London

A delight for all the Harry Potter fans, this one will give you a behind the scenes look at how the movie was made and will take through some of the most incredible and magical looking sets. The visitors can take a guided tour or explore on their own and also wander through famous places in the movie like The Great Hall. One can also learn the whole experience of filming. The ticket also includes transportation to and from the studios in central London and also the entry.

Madame Tussauds London

Madame Tussauds London is one of the attractive places in London and has lifelike wax statues and interactive areas that bring your favorite movie characters and celebrities to life.

Westminster Abbey

Westminster Abbey is perhaps one of the most famous  points of interest. An iconic site that has been associated with Christianity since the seventh century and has been witness to many burials and coronations, this one is a must visit attraction for all. Recently, however, the place has gained popularity as a preferred location for Royal Weddings.

Kew Gardens

Royal Botanic Gardens or the Kew Gardens is a perfect place to catch that ever so rare sunshine in London. Situated in the southwest London on the banks of river Thames, this 300-acre place is perfect to wander along with your loved ones. Laid in 1759, the gardens are now government property and have a variety of tours available with free admission.

Piccadilly Circus And Trafalgar Square

Piccadilly Circus and Trafalgar Square are one of the best places in London and luckily are located very near to each other. Trafalgar Square was built to commemorate Lord Horatio Nelson’s victory over the French and has a 56-meter granite monument, Nelson’s Column overlooking the square’s fountains.

Big Ben

The first thing that comes to your mind when you think about London is The Big Ben and it truly is a legendary monument. This 97-meter tower housing a giant clock is known throughout the world as the time signal of BBC radio. It is one of the greatest places to be in the world and let’s just leave it to that.

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