I have something exciting to share with you today: I’ve launched a new itinerary series on the A Lady in London blog. I’ve received great feedback on the London itineraries I’ve published in the past, so I’m expanding on that with themed itineraries for London.

London Itineraries

London Itineraries

There are 1-day, 2-day, 3-day, 4-day, 5-day, 6-day, 7-day, 1-week, 8-day, 10-day, and 36-hour itineraries for London on my blog.

But a lot of my travel planning clients have specific interests when they visit London, and I know other people do as well.

Some want to eat at the most exciting restaurants, others want to explore the city’s architectural history, and still more want to indulge their inner book lover or coffee addict.

As such, my blog posts with themed London itineraries cover a range of topics and do a deep dive into specific areas of interest.

Whether you want to spend most of your time in the city exploring museums or markets, side streets or high streets, there’s an itinerary to cover it.

Natural History Museum London

The Series

I’m publishing a new itinerary each week, so stay tuned for the next installment. I’ll also link to them all from this blog post, so make sure to bookmark or pin it on Pinterest if you want to come back to it in the future.

I hope you enjoy them, and if you have any specific requests for themed London itineraries, you can leave a comment on this post and let me know. I’ll try to get to as many of them as I can over the course of the series.

If you want a guided itinerary or tour, you can check out the ones from GetYourGuide here. I’ve done many tours in and around London with them over the years, and I’ve always enjoyed them.

Ye Olde Mitre Pub in London

Themed London Itineraries

Here’s a list of the London itineraries I’ve published so far. I hope you find them helpful for your travel planning.

1. London Itinerary for Book Lovers

My London literary itinerary will take you around to the best bookshops and top places for books in London. It’s a great one if you love all things literature.

2. London Itinerary for Foodies

My London itinerary for food lovers will take you on a self-guided London food tour of some of the best restaurants and markets in London. It’s perfect if you love to travel and eat.

3. London Itinerary for Shopping Addicts

My shopping itinerary will show you the best areas and streets for retail therapy in London.

From famous department stores to independent shops and vintage clothing markets, it will show you the best shopping in London. It’s just the thing if you love to shop.

Harrods

4. London Itinerary for History Lovers

My itinerary for history lovers will guide you through historic London from past to present, revealing the layers of history and architectural highlights. It’s ideal if you love delving into the past.

You can also book a Thames cruise to see all the historic highlights along the river while you’re in town.

5. London Itinerary for Coffee Addicts

My coffee itinerary will take you to some of the best spots for London coffee and let you indulge in some of the UK capital’s best coffee-inspired food and drinks. It’s great if you’re a caffeine addict.

5. London Itinerary for Romantics

My London itinerary for romantic things to do in London will show you some of the most romantic spots in the UK capital. It’s ideal if you’re planning to see the city with someone you love.

6. London Itinerary for Cocktail Lovers

My London cocktail itinerary will take you around to the best cocktail bars in London. It will even show you where you can make your own gin. It’s great if you’re a cocktail connoisseur.

Cocktail Bar in London

7. London Itinerary for Pub Lovers

My London itinerary for pub lovers will guide you on a tour of some of the best pubs in central London. From drinks to meals, you’ll experience a full range of the city’s offerings.

This one is for you if you want to explore some of the city’s most beloved watering holes. You can also book a guided pub tour here.

8. London Itinerary for Mews Lovers

My mews itinerary reveals the best London mews in areas like Kensington and Notting Hill. It’s ideal if you love London’s side streets and want to see the prettiest among them.

9. London Itinerary for Museum Lovers

My London itinerary for museum lovers will take you around to the best museums in the UK capital. From the British Museum to the V&A, it has you covered. It’s ideal if you’re a culture vulture.

The V&A Cafe

10. London Itinerary for Tea Lovers

My London tea itinerary will lead you to the best places for tea in the city. From afternoon tea to tea shops and tea-infused cocktails, you’ll get the full spectrum. It’s perfect if you love a cuppa.

11. London Christmas Itinerary

As the name implies, my London Christmas itinerary will show you the best of the UK capital in the festive season. From Christmas markets to shopping, performances, lights, and decorations, it has it all.

Burlington Arcade at Christmas in London

Themed London Itineraries

I hope you’ve enjoyed this guide to my themed London itineraries and that it’s helped you find a way to spend your time in the UK capital. Whatever you’re into and whatever time of year you visit, there’s something for you in the city.

I hope you’ll be able to do one or more of these itineraries during your time in London. If you want to see other ideas, you can take a look at my blog post about the best London itineraries. Happy travels!

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35 Comments on Lady’s 11 Themed London Itineraries

  1. The Christmas themed itinerary is a great idea! I also would add an afternoon tea themed itinerary!! That is all I do when we visit London

    Thanks 🙂
    -Lindsay

  2. Great Idea! My suggestion would be
    Espionage: London.

    MI5, MI6, Bletchley Park, GCHQ, Churchill’s secret bunker, and the secret hangouts of Smiley’s People and 007 and Moneypenny and Lady Kate St. Claire and the tailors at Pendel and Braithwaite..

    Two years ago our tour to Bletchley Park was cancelled at the last minute. Such a disappointment!

  3. A Fashion theme? I think of Twiggy, Vivienne Westwood, Stella McCartney. Do they have design houses? Is there a fashion district? High end shops like Liberty, Sloane Square area…Are there cheap warehouses with young new designers? I bet there is a lot to discover.

  4. Foodie experience! I am visiting London in February and want to try all the dishes that a brit would recommend – including drinks (pubs, places to have afternoon tea, etc).

  5. Vintage clothes shopping!
    Whenever I bring my daughter she wants to go second hand shopping, but there must be more to this than Shoreditch and Brick Lane? We’re hoping for an itinerary covering other areas too!

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