London Lures with its Many Summer Attractions

When it comes to visiting London during summers, holiday makers are certainly spoiled for choice with a flurry of exhibitions, summer events, and activities taking centre stage in the capital. There is no dearth of things to see and do in the ‘Financial Capital of the World’ and a city known for its royal opulence, charm of the Thames, theatres, sports stadia, branded showrooms, fine dining experiences, sprawling gardens and more.

Read on for some looked forward to attractions and summer fun avenues in London.

Summer Attractions of London
After going through a couple of years of celebrating a jubilee, a royal wedding and the Olympics, London boasts of a spring in its leap and a twinkle in its eye-and is certainly worth a visit. Tourists in London can rent a car in Qatar to experience its manifold attractions that include Sir Alexander Binnie’s tunnel (a great way of reaching the Greenwich); Maritime Museum; the Old Naval Hospital and Observatory. Here, you can savour the delights of fashion shows, international festivals, music concerts, museums and long hours of shopping.

Sightseeing is a much sought after activity by domestic and international tourists in summers and lures you to V & A, British Museum, The O2, National Theatre, Barbican Center, Tate Modern, South bank Center, Trafalgar Square and the Comedy Store. Affordable and luxurious rental cars from Hertz provide easy ways of exploring the many bounties of London at special rates and offer exquisite features like Gold Counter Service, Hertz Never Lost and In-Car Navigation System. With the unlimited offerings of Hertz by your side, you can also enjoy the 'Summer Special' free shows, at City Hall’s amphitheatre, The Scoop.

You may also like to visit in the country sides of Málaga, steep your senses in the fragrances of Columbia Road Flower Market, enjoy the soirees of street musicians, check out the fare on sale at quaint stores featuring vintage jewelry, mementoes and clothes or watch the antics of chainsaw jugglers and acrobats at Covent Garden Piazza. Highgate Cemetery is also a ‘must-see’ for its poignant memorials and ivy-clad tombstones. As you stroll alongside South Bank or visit The Royal Botanical Gardens at Kew, Eltham Palace & Gardens, The Puppet Barge, Little Venice, Richmond Park and other well known venues, you find yourself in the company of others enjoying the summery evenings of London in their own way.

Are you ready to explore the many attractions of London with Hertz car rentals?

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