Science museums, Country side is remarkable as well with organic farms and one word Glastonbury. Just remember ,“your not going for the weather.”
Night- You can hit a pub every 300yds, and after that just walk around and soak in the beautiful era of England
Food- Used to be bland and tasteless but in the last 5 years it has dramatically improved.
Transportation- The tube, the one that started it all, and taxis.
Accommodation- Cheap hotels
Personal Thoughts- My home town so I'm a little biased, still worth the visit.
Day- Sightseeing and is one of the best places for Art. Don't forget the south because “Dirty Rotten Scoundrels”
Night- Cafes, Bistros and fine dining with plenty of disco techs for the dancer in you.
Food- “who wrote the book of food”- Escoffier
Transportation- Le metro, taxis
Acommodation- south has great campgrounds and as for the rest definitely hostels.
Personal Thoughts- Romance, happy memories, first job, and I would live there if I could.
Day- History, recent and ancient, and life changing moments along with canals surrounding you, it really is true beauty.
Night- “Lets go get stoned”, the underlying party no one is invited to but everyone finds.
Food- French Fries and mayo!! Delicious but rather spendy, try and go to the grocery stores as often as possible.
Transportation- Train rails and plenty of bicycles to get you all around.
Accommodation- Hostels and nice clean campgrounds.
Personal Thoughts- A city you absolutely have to experience, especially if you are into night life and constant fun!