With London being such a large city, packed full of so much history and culture, it can quickly become overwhelming for Americans moving to London to organize a system to visit all the important attractions. I recommend those new to the city from corporate relocation to make a New Year’s resolution to see one iconic London attraction a month. By setting up the schedule now, at the end of the current year, one can make sure to take into account weather conditions, special events or features and any other important factors to consider when visiting attractions for which London is famous.
After your relocation to London we’ve suggested you snatch up a London Pass whilst living in London. Today we are exploring the Tower of London and the many things to see there, part one of this post covered the first part of your day at the Tower, let’s jump into the second half.
After your relocation to London there is so much you must see as a citizen living in London. The Tower of London and it’s infamous past is definitely a full day’s use of your London Pass. There’s so much to see there that we will have to break your visit down in two posts. We’ll cover all that there is to view and the exhibitions on display there, so let’s begin.
If the official side of your relocation to London is getting you down, you need to remember that you’re moving to one of the most fascinating cities in the world. Part of your relocation to London planning should be to make a list of the attractions that you absolutely-have-to see when you arrive.
This is the time to act like a tourist. Get out your camera and enjoy the tourist attractions that London does so well. Before too long you’ll be settled into a new job, a new home and a new life. You don’t want to miss out on the sense of wonder and awe that you will feel as a tourist in London.
Relocation to London – Tourist Tours – The Tower of London
You’re settled into your new London rental; done the tourist sights and now you may be looking for something a little different. As an American living in London, it may interest you to know that the city is almost two thousand years old. Scattered all over the city are many old buildings, many of which date back to the fifteenth century.