There are so many things to do in London at all times of the year, but there is something extraordinary about visiting in springtime. Blossoms are clinging to the trees, the air is getting warmer, and a generally cheery mood elevates the cold and gloominess of winter. Staying at any of the Native London Serviced Apartments will guarantee a phenomenal visit; however, we suppose you will need to go out from time to time to see the city. We’ve added a few options below that are close to Native London locations so you can be sure to find your way back after the fun and frivolity you’ll undoubtedly have.
Get a London Pass
If you are keen to see all the big sites around London, grab a London Pass to gain access to 90 famous attractions, including The Tower of London, Tower Bridge, Westminster Abbey, and so many more. All you need to do is pay one single price each day, and the pass will get you into as many as you can make it to. If you want to take a more leisurely pace, passes are available for up to 10 days.
Grab a Merlin Pass
See more famous sights (and faces) with the Merlin London Attractions Pass. This pass will get you onto the Coca-Cola London Eye, up close with underwater creatures at SEA LIFE London Aquarium, off on a fairytale journey with Shrek, getting scared in the London Dungeon, and spotting famous faces at Madame Tussauds. All these sites are iconic in themselves and are must-visits for your time in London.
See London From Above
If your time on the London Eye isn’t enough, or you want a different sky-high perspective, take a trip on the IFS Cloud Cable Car that glides above the Thames, providing magnificent 360-degree views of London – head out on a clear day for the best experience.
Get On the Bus
One of the most iconic symbols of London has to be the double-decker buses, and these beauties have been recreated to drive hop-on hop-off bus tours for tourists to see all the major sights. The high vantage point on the top deck is the perfect place to snap selfies and enjoy the scenery.
Enjoy the Spring Blossoms
When spring arrives in London, the city ignites from the dull grey of winter to colours and blossoms clinging to nearly every tree, bush and shrub in the city – or at least it feels that way. So to combine the love of colour with a historical site, get along to view the pink pom-pom cherry blossoms at St. Paul’s Cathedral. Destroyed by the Great Fire of London in 1666, the current cathedral was rebuilt in 1710, designed. The iconic dome is 111 metres (364 ft) high, making it one of the world’s largest cathedral domes.
Get Out Walking
Step back in time with a historic walk or discover tasty food, bustling markets, and more on a London walking tour. TimeOut has created a great roundup of some fabulous tour options here.
Our London Aparthotels are the best choice for travellers, one-nighters, staycayers. Sleep easy in big beds, relax in your own living room or sit down in our communal spaces. Choose from our locations in Hyde Park, Bankside, Mayfair or the Kings Wardrobe. Visit our Aparthotels page to learn more.