If you are planning on heading to the capital this summer and fancy doing something a bit different in your quick visit to London then the fantastic SACO The Serviced Apartments Company have come up with a brilliant web app that gives you some ideas of unique things to do in this vibrant city and to celebrate this, here are 4 ideas I really think you should try.
The Breakfast Club.
After waking up in your London Serviced Apartments, it is always a good idea to start the day with a good meal and The Breakfast Club, situated in a number of locations around London, is perhaps the perfect place to start the day. Offering many different dishes throughout the day, their breakfast and brunch menu, in particular, is not to be missed features delights such as pancakes, waffles and of course a good old full English, which is available all-day long.
Sometimes you just need to take some time out of the hustle and bustle of the city and Inner Space, situated in Convent Garden is the perfect space for this. Offering courses in meditation, relaxation and time management among others, the courses often last just 30 minutes, making it the perfect place to drop in quick to relax and resort your energy for the day ahead.
Museum of London.
We all know what a bustling metropolitan city London is now, but what about the history of this world-renowned city? Well, the Museum of London will guide you through the ages and how the city has grown around the banks of the Thames. From way back in 450,000BC in the London, before London exhibition, right on up to today. They even house the 2012 London Cauldron here, so if you missed seeing the Olympics live, it is well worth checking this out.
The Trading Space.
If you fancy picking up a new skill while you are in London then The Trading Space might be the perfect pit stop for you. Offering courses in cocktail making, ale tasting or even a gin masterclass. It might make for an unusual date idea if you are in the capital with a loved one.
What's more, The Trading Space also offers a place to grab a drink or a meal all inside a beautiful Grade II-listed building.
So there are four ideas for thinking outside the box in London. However, if these don't take your fancy and you're looking for more ideas to do in a short (or long) space of time then do check out the SACO web app, which also offers some great discounts on the items listed.
Do any of these items pique your interest to go and see them, or do you have any other, off the beaten track in London places that people should see?
*This is a collaborative post.
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