How to take advantage of the best hotels, restaurants, and bars in the UK on a budget

This article was originally published in February 2021.

Read more If you’ve been in a long-term relationship, you may be thinking about moving into a new city and looking for something new to do.

But if you’re looking to get away from the city and settle down for a little bit of peace and quiet, the UK may be a great option for you. 

Here are 10 things to do in the capital that you may not have thought of. 1.

Get your holiday sorted If you’ve recently moved to the capital, you’ll need to get your holiday arranged quickly.

Many hotels will not accept a first booking.

If you want to be able to go to a pub or restaurant in the city, you will need to book a first-come-first-served ticket. 

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Get some dates in London before you get there London’s first-class hotels are notorious for getting booked up for too long, and it’s a huge pain to get dates in when you are so far away from home. 

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Explore London’s best restaurants and bars If there’s a bar you want, but you’re not sure where it is, try to get in touch with the bar’s owner to find out what they have in stock. 

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Eat out on the cheap with food from local businesses There are some amazing local food trucks and restaurants that will cater for you if you want a nice lunch, dinner or even a full dinner. 

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Get an overview of London’s museums There’s no shortage of museums in London, and if you are planning on visiting them, you should make a good start. 

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Find out what the capital has to offer If a city has something special you are looking for, be sure to check out the history of it. 7.

Explore the world of architecture in London The city is home to a number of amazing architectural treasures, and a good place to start is the Victoria and Albert Museum. 

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Visit the city’s museums and galleries A good place for art lovers to start out is the National Portrait Gallery, which is home in the National Gallery of Art. 

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Visit some of the citys oldest pubs There is no shortage in the British capital of great pub-crawling haunts. 

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Get into the spirit with a traditional British holiday The National Theatre is a great place to see some of Londons most famous plays. 

Enjoy a pint of local craft beer or enjoy some of its best-known craft beers in a local bar or pub. 

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