Welcome to a new feature here on the Expedia UK blog! Every week, we’ll pick some our favourite blog posts from across the Internet. These blog posts can be informative, inspiring, or maybe a bit of both.

Last time, we took a look at some solo travellers who inspire us to get out there and explore the globe.

This week, we’re looking at some bloggers who’ve written about one of our favourite cities in the world… London!

Love a good London market ❤

A photo posted by A Lady in London (@aladyinlondon) on

One of the best blogs out there for tips on London has to be Julie’s blog, A Lady in London. She writes about her travels abroad but often focuses on things to do right at home in the English capital. In this featured post, she writes about seven under-the-radar markets in London that you may not have heard about before. While we all may have heard of Portobello Road Market and Borough Market, she gives us a few more options to explore!


Lloyd and Yaya of Hand Luggage Only travel the world with their incredible photography and writing. They consider London home (even though they’re often on the road) which makes them great resources to turn to for all things London. In this post, they designate 30 travel tips you need to know before visiting London, including transportation and museum fees.


Jacintha’s blog Urban Pixxels is a fantastic resource for finding out tips and recommendations for London. She is often found scouring the city for the best places to eat, shop, and photograph, and she always seems to know about the newest opening.


Our London Insider is Victoria of the blog Bridges and Balloons. Make sure to check out her tips on how to spend 24 hours in London, the best places to Instagram in London, and London’s best villages. You can also find out more about London by checking out Expedia’s London guide!


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