London not for first timers-female travel tips

Let say, you have been to London for several times. You have seen the obvious, well-known side of the city – its free entrance museums, the London Eye, the Queens’ Palace etc. But what you can do and see on your next trip to London? What else there is to be seen and experienced? What are the possibilities to explore London for not first-timers?

Afternoon tea at kensington gardens-cover

It was an unbelievably sunny and soft November day in London. It looked like the well known rainy days in grey hues were stories from another life and …


As every curious person you probably try to see a place with different eyes, from different perspective. Here are few original ways to help you discover London, the busy, roaring capital, which is most probably the most varied city, in terms of human factor, megalopolis in Europe.


London is famous among other things, with its numerous free of charge museums. There are 45 museums (!!!) that you can visit for free, most of them are open 7 days a week, including public holidays…

Sherlock Holmes Museum

Sherlock Holmes Museum is one of the most popular museums in London. Situated in the original 221b Baker Street today the museum is one of the most visited by tourists. If you like crime stories and novels, like me, you probably be interested in seeing the house where Sherlock Holmes “lived” according the novels of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. Well, I did it and here is what I think about the museum and the experience of visiting it.

When traveling to London, be sure to visit Madame Tussauds museum of wax figures. This is magical world in which unconsciously you immerse as soon as you cross the doorstep.