Travel is finally getting a go ahead after almost two years of terrified time we all saw with Covid-19. You will finally be able to meet your loved ones and travel to your favourite destinations again. If you wish to travel to London after the travelling rules are relaxed, then don’t forget we are near the endgame of the pandemic but it’s still not over. Keeping that in mind Londoner authorities still suggest some precautionary measures that one must follow while visiting the city.
Here are some rules and regulations you are expected to follow to make sure we are all still safe and are able to enjoy social gathering, travelling and the outdoors. Even the hotels you book near Buckingham Palace or in other parts of London are still following some covid protocols to make sure no covid outbreak takes place in their property.
It is still recommended to wear masks in crowded places of London, like the tubes, trains, buses, hospitals, doctors clinic, cinemas and more such enclosed places where it can get crowded. The Hyde Park corner hotels also follow optimum hygiene protocols and precautions. While exploring the city you too should keep your masks and hand sanitisers handy. Try to avoid public transport at peak hours, try walking or travelling at off-peak times.
Museums of London are mostly free and are a great way of exploring the rich culture and history of the city. The amount of people allowed inside at one time is still limited and well-monitored. Many additional galleries and exhibitions keep taking place here that you must visit. Make sure you have your masks and sanitisers handy with you. To explore the museums of London, book your tickets in advance and also book yourself a central London hotel that also offers triple occupancy rooms.
London open food and shopping markets
London is still famous for its open markets, flea markets and traditional food markets. The fact that they are in the open makes it a little less risky for infections to spread and it is easier for you to maintain distance. Some popular markets to witness are Borough Market, Camden Food market, Colombia Flower Market, Piccadilly Market and many more.
Alfresco dining and outdoor eating joints
London’s popular pub culture offers plenty of outdoor seating. Sitting and eating in open air again makes it safer for you and helps prevent the spread of infections and viruses. Now all you have to pray for is that the unpredictable London weather doesn’t spoil your plans. A lot of cafes in Bayswater London also offer outdoor seating for breakfast and suppers.
The royal parks and gardens
London is one of the only few cities of the world that has massive, lush green parks for Londoners and visitors to enjoy for free. You can choose to have a picnic here, go boating in the park lakes, go for a long trek or even cycle on its dedicated path. Some of the most popular parks of central London are Hyde Park, Regent’s Park. Kensington Gardens, Green Park, Holland park and so many more.
London on bike and foot
Londoners love to walk or bike. They are used to the healthy practice of walking short distances and avoid using other means of transportation. People here love to bike too, they bike to work or as a thing for fitness. In London you will have many bikes parked that can be cheaply rented for travelling from one place to another. It’s a great experience to walk or bike while exploring the city.