How to spend two lazy days in London

The autumn in London city has already started… If you just have two days to explore London in this time, you should scroll down the post. We have planned out trip  because of Vulfpeck gig and besides that we walked around some nice places.

Regent’s Canal

Regent’s Canal offers a lovely walk and canalside living, easily reached from Angel tube. Sometimes it feels like a secret waterway with just you and the wildfowl, but on sunny weekends it’s a sociable route, busy with dogwalkers, canal boats and people on a lazy stroll, wandering through one of the best bits of Islington.
Canal boats
When Poppy & met Rosie
Skytowers in the backround

Natural History Museum

Natural History Museum- is a natural history museum that exhibits a vast range of specimens from various segments of natural history. It is one of three major museums on Exhibition Road in South Kensington, the others being the Science Museum and the Victoria and Albert Museum.
The main hall of the Museum
Family portrait
Minerals collection

Schoreditch District

Schoreditch – Situated on the Old Street roundabout in Shoreditch, London, Shoreditch Grind is the first of the Grind’s coffee and espresso bars.
Schoreditch coffee & espresso bar
Brick everywhere
English Restaurant – The English Restaurant is an independent family owned restaurant in the heart of Spitalfields. The olde-English exterior continues into the restaurant, with its wooden bar, wooden tables and chairs, wooden panelled booths and wooden floors. The mixture of tables, both with and without tablecloths add to the ambiance.
English Restaurant
“Let’s Adore and Endure Each Other” – One of the landmarks of Shoreditch is the street art scene on the corner of Great Eastern Street and Shoreditch High Street. The ‘Adore and Endure’ wall mural has been a permanent fixture since it was painted in 2010 by the American artist Steve Powers. It is part of his project “A Love Letter to You” which consists of phrases from a love letter painted on exterior walls across London, Philadelphia and New York.
Street art by Steve Powers
Crab, lobster, oysters and what else?
Truman’s Brewery was a large East London brewery and one of the largest brewers in the world at the end of the 19th century. Founded around 1666, the Black Eagle Brewery was established on a plot of land next to what is now Brick Lane in London.
The Truman’s brewery pub


Leadenhall Market is a covered market in London, located on Gracechurch Street. It is one of the oldest markets in London, dating from the 14th century, and is located in the historic centre of the City of London financial district. This red and gold Victorian marketplace is famously known for being used as Diagon Alley in Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone.


Leadenhall Market
Leadenhall Market part 2

The Geffrye Museum

The Geffrye explores the home from 1600 to the present day. Evocative displays of London living rooms and gardens illustrate homes and home life through the centuries, reflecting changes in society, behaviour, style and taste. The Geffrye is now closed for a two-year development.
Outside The Geffrye Museum

The Photographers’ Gallery – Exhibition, Alex Prager: Silver Lake Drive

The Photographers’ Gallery is the UK’s leading centre for the presentation and exploration of photography in all its forms. Established in London in 1971 as the first independent gallery in the world dedicated to the medium, it has been instrumental in reflecting photography’s pivotal role in culture and society, and championing its position as a leading art form.
The Photographers’ Gallery
Current exhibition
Alex Prager. Crowd #3 (Pelican Beach), 2013
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