First Time Travel Guide To London Ft. Kamiya Jani | Curly Tales


Are you planning your first trip to the magnificent city of London? Look no further! In this comprehensive travel guide, Kamiya Jani will take you on a journey through the vibrant capital of England, offering valuable tips and insights for first-time travelers.
Join us as we explore iconic landmarks such as Big Ben, Buckingham Palace, the Tower of London, and the British Museum. Discover the city’s rich history and cultural heritage while strolling through charming neighborhoods like Covent Garden and Notting Hill. Indulge in traditional British cuisine at local pubs and enjoy a traditional afternoon tea experience.

If you like this video don’t forget to hit the like button. 🙂

00:00 – Introduction
01:20 – Important Documents That You Need
02:00 – Immigration And Rules
02:25 – How To Travel To The City From The Airport
02:40 – Best Time To Travel
03:00 – Where To Stay
04:10 – How To Get Around London
06:40 – Cycling In London
07:10 – London Is A Cashless City
08:10 – Roaming Packages
08:50 – Sightseeing In London
09:10 – Buckingham Palace
09:50 – Borough Market
10:00 – How Expensive Is London?
11:00 – How Safe Is London?
11:20 – Thank You 🙂

#curlytales #foodandtravel #kamiyajani #london #england #travel #foodie

Subscribe to Curly Tales on YT ►

Other Social Accounts:
Follow us on Facebook ►
Follow us on Instagram ►
For more such stories ►

Date: July 5, 2023

36 thoughts on “First Time Travel Guide To London Ft. Kamiya Jani | Curly Tales

  1. London functions as a cashless metropolis, where an international credit or debit card proves ample. The public transportation system is exceptionally well-run. The city boasts captivating natural beauty—opt for a seat in the upper corner of a bus for the best views. Although London provides a diverse range of options for non-vegetarian cuisine, often centered around beef, individuals adhering to a vegetarian and non-alcoholic diet might encounter certain challenges.

  2. London is a safe city, but just to be on the safe side, bring a camera crew. It may not stop you from getting robbed, but at least you'll have something to show the police!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *