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    You can hardly touch the sides of London in a week, let alone 2 days. If that's really all you can spend, then start with one of the Hop on Hop Off bus tours as it's the only way you'll see enough of the city.

    You don't mention what kinds of things you like doing, so it's hard to suggest what to do next... there's so many museums, art galleries, shopping areas, markets, historic churches, castles, places to eat, beautiful parks ... Narrow it down and you'll probably get some answers. over 7 years ago

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    Thanks for your reply - I tend towards people watching and museums, and like the cultural side of travel over 7 years ago

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    Natural history museum - thats a day in itself, the Victoria and Albert museum, the London eye, covent garden and you've gotta go to hamleys (toy shop), fortnum and masons, harrods Big Ben, Hyde park, Madame tusards (spelt wrong). Go to leicester square to pick up a cut price theatre ticket. Have a great time. over 7 years ago

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    Take the DLR to Island Gardens and then walk under the Thames Tunnel to n. Nice little market and then toi Greenwich Park to see the museum at the top of the hill. Cutty Sark's also an interesting visit. about 7 years ago

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    Two days is very short to visit London. If you would like to see a lot you can take a Hop on- Hop off bus. But that's pretty touristy. Exploring by yourself is much more fun!

    Buckingham Palace- London Eye- Big Ben/Palace of Westminster/ Picadilly Circus/ Trafalqar Square about 7 years ago

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    Everyone here pretty much said the main things you should go to would. I would just like to add Maybe Little Venice, and Maybe one of the Markets like Camden Lock :) If you have another time, you should go back and explore more! LOTS of things to do and see in London. almost 7 years ago

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