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  • Writer's pictureAshley Billone

London Travel Guide

Updated: Oct 31, 2023

I've been able to visit London twice within the past year and it's a city I can easily get acclimated to. Similar to Paris, I went to London for the first time when I was in middle school, so it felt like going for the first time. You can spend the day just walking around outside and it's like walking through a museum. Below is a combined list of places I went to and loved 💕.

To Eat & Drink


There are a couple of The Ivy restaurants throughout London, however I've just been to the two listed above. Both spots are very trendy and have a lot of personality. Think Jonathan Adler meets The White Lotus vibe. While I've tried a couple restaurants with great fish and chips, both these locations were definitely at the top of the list. They have a great selection of cocktails as well.

This restaurant is on the fine dining side and has been reposted on Instagram a ton. There are multiple dining areas within the first floor where you can make restorations (Sketch being the main). Sketch's restaurant doesn't open until the afternoon, so you can have brunch at The Glade right across the hallway. It's like walking into an Alice in Wonderland dreamland. The bathrooms within Sketch are also egg-shaped pods with retro tiling.

*Plan on making a reservation ahead of time if you can since it's a popular place.

This restaurant is coined to have been one of Princess Diana's favorite spots in London. It's a classic Italian restaurant with amazing authentic food and was definitely worth the hype.

*Plan on making a reservation ahead of time if you can since it's a popular place.

To Do


Since there is so much to do and see while you're in London, I've grouped them out based on theme.


Harrods & the Prada Caffé (currently open through the end of 2023)

The Notting Hill bookshop (and Notting Hill area)






Maison Assouline (UK flagship store)

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