Video: Do you agree with these 8 great things to do in London? As Voted on by Students in London

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Kaplan International English, a leading provider of English language courses with two schools in London has asked 535 of their London students about their favorite things to do in the capital while they’re studying.

They created this really cool video laying out the results (I love the graphics!):

What would you do with one perfect day in London?

Be sure to check out their page with the results of the survey and leave your suggestions for top things to do in London.

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    Well, I wouldn’t pick a bar or Oxford street or Mamma Mia, so this certainly isn’t my dream day in London. I’d suggest the river cruise to Greenwich to stand on the Prime Meridian (bonus: the Fan Museum is nearby and is only £4). Return to the Westminster area. Walk by Buckingham Palace, then stroll down St. James’ Park. Walk through the Admiralty Arch and gawk at Nelson on his Column. Tour the National Gallery, the Banqueting House, and the Churchill War Rooms and Westminster Abbey. Wait to hear Big Ben chime the hour, then cross the river and take a trip on the Eye. Take the Tube to the Tower of London, and don’t forget to tour All Hallows-by-the-Tower, which is next door. See the museum inside Tower Bridge. Then cross the river again and visit Borough Market and the Old Operating Theatre. If you still have time, visit the London Silver Vaults and the Sir John Soane Museum before heading to the Sherlock Holmes Museum. Finish your day with an ice cream at Regent’s Park and admire the hundreds of rose gardens there.

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