I have something exciting to share with you today: I’m launching 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 want to expand on that with themed itineraries for London.

London Itineraries

Themed London Itineraries

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 history, and still more want to indulge their inner book lover or coffee addict.

As such, my blog posts with London itineraries will 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 will be an itinerary to cover it.

I plan to publish a new one each week, so stay tuned for the first installment in a few days’ time. 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, make sure to 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.

In the meantime, happy travels!

London Itineraries

Here is a list of the itineraries I’ve published so far:

London Itinerary for Book Lovers

London Itinerary for a Self-Guided Food Tour

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32 Comments on Lady Announces Themed Itineraries for London

  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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