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5 Days in London Ultimate Bundle 2023

5 Days in London Ultimate Bundle 2023

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Get everything you need to have the ULTIMATE five days in London, and get a discount while you're at it 🥳

This bundle includes:

❤️ Our popular 3-Day London Itinerary

❤️ The Casual Tourist Guide to West London

❤️ The Casual Tourist Guide to North London

❤️ London Packing Guide

❤️ London Spending Guide

Keep reading to find out more about all of these guides.

By purchasing the bundle,  you'll save £20 off the price of buying the guides separately.
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Get to know the 3-Day Itinerary...

Itinerary Contents:

❤️ 100+ Page PDF Guide

Includes all attractions and recommendations, plus insider tips, links to relevant information, opening hours, cost indicator, and more.

There are also symbols indicating which spots are friendly for Veggies, Vegans and G-Free, and that are wheelchair accessible.

❤️ Major Attractions + Local Gems

The itinerary cover all major attractions including ones listed below plus suggestions for local gems to experience in between.

Piccadilly Circus, Buckingham Palace, Borough Market, London Fields, Tower Bridge, Columbia Road Flower Market, Covent Garden, London Eye, Southbank, Shoreditch, Street Art, Spitalfields Market, and more…

❤️ Printable Checklists

At the end of each day you’ll find a checklist with all the recommendations and a lined page so that you can select and annotate the activities that best suit your travel group.
*You won't be able to do them all, so make sure to read through the itinerary before you arrive in London.*

❤️ Digital Map

The map includes all recommendations mentioned in the PDF, plus indicators to help you “stay on track” with the general path of the itinerary. I’ve even added pins to show you where public toilets are, so you’ll never be stuck without one (I’m a self-proclaimed professional toilet finder!)

It could save you £40...

Throughout the itinerary, we've earmarked every attraction that's included in the London Pass. We also tell you how to use the London Pass with the itinerary to save some money 🤯

*London Pass not included

Do not hesitate! You MUST have this itinerary

Despite being a seasoned traveler, planning for my upcoming London trip was stressful. I was lost with some many options and resources. Jess´ itinerary saved me hours of looking at information (and getting lost in the middle) and made my planning a breeze. Looking forward to the 6-day one!

Rodrigo, ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

By purchasing the bundle, you'll SAVE £20 off the price of buying the guides separately.

  • Day 1

    Today you'll see a lot of London’s most famous sights, like Buckingham Palace, Westminster Abbey and The Shard. We also visit the popular South Bank and locally-loved Bermondsey.

  • Day 2

    Today, you’ll be in the very centre of London, which is absolutely buzzing! Explore Chinatown, Soho, Covent Garden, and more. Today is a great day to do afternoon tea.

  • Day 3

    We kick off at the Tower of London and Tower Bridge, with the rest of the day taking you through eclectic Shoreditch and to iconic places like the Barbican, Broadway Market, and Victoria Park.

  • The Info Guide

    This PDF contains tons of key information, like how the guide works, how to access the digital map, the London Pass Guide, a guide to the best day to do each route and more.

  • Printable Checklists

    Use these to keep track of the places you don't want to miss on each itinerary day. Print them or save to your phone to keep track digitally.

  • Digital Map

    Everything in the PDF guides are marked off of the Digital Map. It integrates with Google Maps and you can easily get walking, taxi and public transport directions to any of our recommendations. There are toilets marked off too!

  • Which day should you do it?

    We made the 3-Day London Itinerary so that no matter which days you do each route on, you will get a lot out of it. That being said, due to opening times and peak times, there are some days that are a bit better than others to do them, we included advice on this in the guide.

  • Dietary Requirements

    London’s food spots are generally pretty good at accommodating for this, and I’ve included a variety of options that should suit just about everyone. Markets are especially good for this, by the way! We include icons indicating restaurants that are veggie-friendly, vegan-friendly and GF friendly.

  • Wheelchair Accessibility Info

    Our itinerary has indicators telling you whether or not each recommendation is wheelchair accessible and there are plenty of options for those who need to avoid stairs. You can expect to travel a fairly good amount each day, but how much depends on how you choose to use the itinerary.

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Get to know the bonus guides...

London Packing Guide

❤️ Are you struggling to know what to pack for your London Trip?

Would you like for a local to tell you exactly what you’ll need for your trip– right now?

If so, you need my London Packing Guide. You’ll get a printable packing list (for the season you’re visiting), help with packing for London’s unpredictable weather, and info on what you absolutely must bring in order to be prepared for your trip.

❤️ The digital guide includes:

- Printable packing lists by season
- London weather guide, broken down by months
- Jacket and shoes purchasing guide
- “Items everyone should pack for London” list

London Spending Guide

❤️ Struggling to figure out the budget for your London trip?

The London Spending Guide is a tool that does just that. It comes with:

1. London Cost Guide - a PDF filled with advice about getting and spending money in London, plus guides for how much you can expect to pay for certain parts of your trip, and recommendations for hotels, food, drink and activities for every budget level.


2. London Budget Tracker- an easy-to-use but incredibly comprehensive Google Sheets template. Calculate how much money you need to save each month to pay for your trip, figure out the total amount you can spend, play with your numbers to see where you want to splurge and where you want to save, and keep track of your daily spending while in London so you can stay on budget. It's available for 30+ different currencies (see which ones in the FAQ section below.)

…and your purchase isn't just about you.

10% of your 2022 Itinerary purchase will be donated to Hackney Food Bank, a food bank in Jess’s local area that helps to tackle food poverty.

And we’re super proud to say that since 2019, itinerary purchases have helped send £11,935 to some amazing London charities. 

The 5-Day Bundle also includes two Casual Tourist Guides...

We've paired it with The Casual Tourist Guide to North London and The Casual Tourist Guide to West London, since these won't overlap with the Itinerary.

The Casual Tourist Guide to West London

West London is known for being a leafy, posh part of the city. Walk down almost any street and you’ll see rows of stunning Victorian houses as far as the eye can see. Londoners here also appreciate having lots of beautiful green spaces to enjoy, no matter the weather... we’ll go for a walk through Kensington Gardens even when it’s raining!

Amazing high-end restaurants, cute cafes serving top-notch coffee and treats, and unique shops worth a browse, many of which you’ll see recommended in this guide, also characterize west London. As usual, I’ve only included the ones I LOVE to recommend to friends and family, and I think you’ll enjoy them too.

This guide covers Notting Hill, Kensington and Paddington, but you might notice that the majority of the recommendations are around the area you’ll know so well due to a certain Julia Roberts film. That’s because of all of west London, in my opinion, it has the best vibe and the best spots.

The Casual Tourist Guide to North London

North London has quite a diverse mix of neighbourhoods, from the super posh Hampstead, with its stunning multi-million-pound homes and historic museums, to buzzy Kings Cross with top-notch boutique shops and independent restaurants, to the judgement-free Camden, known for its quirky, music-influenced vibes and great pub scene. 

This guide covers Hampstead, Camden, Kings Cross and Islington, an eclectic mix of areas with their own history and stories that have shaped what you'll see today. Explore north London with this guide and you'll hit up some famous pubs, visit unique and interesting museums, spend time at one of the city's most incredible and historic parks, try some fine wine at Idris Elba's wine bar, and much more.

3-Day Itinerary - FAQs

How long does it take to receive my guide?

You'll receive this guide immediately upon purchase via digital download.

How do I save the guides to my phone/laptop?

To most easily access your Love and London guides and to make sure you can always reference them into the future, you’ll need to download your files to one or more of your devices. It’s fairly straightforward but if you are not sure how to do that then follow these steps.

Get in touch with us if you need us to reset your download attempts as each guide can be downloaded five times by default.

I have the Casual Tourist Guides. Are they similar?

The Casual Tourist Guide to Central and East London have some overlap with Day 2 and 3 of the itinerary. Out of our Casual Tourist Guide series, the best additions to the itinerary are West London and North London, both of which don’t cover any similar areas.

How is this itinerary different from what’s online or in the bookstore?

Well, I’ve never seen any itinerary that includes a digital map for your phone, which allows you to get real-time transportation and walking directions as well as makes it super easy to follow the itinerary. Also, many “itineraries” you can find online are created by people who’ve only visited London, not LIVED here. They aren’t able to provide alternative food options for diet restrictions, public toilets along the route, or more crucially, tips that only someone who has done this route herself for years would know.

Why do you charge money for this?

There are a couple of reasons. It took weeks to create the itinerary, starting with hours of researching and planning the perfect route, to multiple days of on-the-ground testing, to writing the 100+ page guide and creating the map. If I didn’t charge for the itinerary, I simply couldn’t provide it to our community as it takes up so much time to create. I also spend anywhere from £25-200 per week trying out new things around London, some of which is included in the itinerary, some of which is not worthy. Of course, all of those meals, drinks, and tickets cost a lot of money. But by me testing them out and only telling you about the best, you won’t have to waste your time and money too, because only the best of the best goes in my guides.

If I save you from one not-so-good moderately-priced meal, you’ve already paid yourself back for your purchase, never mind the hours and hours of research and planning you won’t have to do yourself.

I’m on a serious budget. Will this work for me?

Yes! Just about all of the attractions included in the itinerary are either free or can be experienced “as a taste” from the outside, therefore there’s no need to buy entrance tickets if that’s not in your budget. I’ve also included budget-friendly food options (they’re the ones marked with a single “£”) or if you don’t want to spend money on food, just bring your own and only follow the sightseeing elements of the itinerary.

How much walking and public transportation is involved each day?

The itinerary was made with the intention that users would never need to get on public transportation because the days are laid out in small enough areas. Walking distance will vary greatly by the user, and what you choose to do or not do, but the Digital Map will show you how much walking you might end up doing.

There are some points at which you can hop on a bus or a taxi if you’re tired. I’ve pointed this out in the itinerary, and it’s also easy to figure out on your own via the Digital Map.

How far in advance should I buy this for my trip?

Buy it at least a week in advance, if you can. I recommend reading over the PDF before you arrive to London, so you can familiarise yourself with my recommendations, and some attractions and restaurants require advance booking. It also can take up to five business days for the Digital Map to be added to your phone, but usually just takes one business day.

I'm travelling in 2024 but I would like to start planning, is this for me?

Yes, with all orders of our 2023 itineraries, we will be giving you the 2024 version for free when it launches.

Do I need to do everything that's listed in the itinerary?

No, that would be impossible in just three days 😃 We include tons of suggestions to suit different budgets and tastes, with the idea that you'll choose the ones that YOU want to do. So we recommend to read over the itinerary at least a couple of times before arriving in London, so you can select what you'd like to do and what you'd like to skip. You can also use your printable Must-Do Checklist to keep track of your must-do's and must skips.

I have a dietary requirement, do your food suggestions suit that?

London’s food spots are generally pretty good at accommodating for this, and I’ve included a variety of options that should suit just about everyone. Markets are especially good for this, by the way! For a few years now we include icons indicating restaurants that are veggie-friendly, vegan-friendly and GF friendly.

That being said, you should always check the menu online yourself, and you can also phone up a restaurant before you go to ask what they can do for any requirements, as they might have a hidden menu you can choose from, or they can create something special for you if you give enough notice.

I’m personally vegetarian, so if you are too, you’ll find plenty of food options in the itinerary.

I have a physical disability. Will I be able to do everything in the itinerary?

Our itinerary has indicators telling you whether or not each recommendation is wheelchair accessible and there are plenty of options for those who need to avoid stairs. You can expect to walk a fairly good amount each day, but how much depends on how you choose to use the itinerary.

I need some advice regarding hotels, will I find this information here?

If you go for the Bonus Package you'll find several suggestions in the London Spending Guide.

While London is a super expensive city, there are plenty of accommodation options no matter what your budget is. From a bed at a hostel up to a luxury hotel suite, we’ve got it all in there.

I have really specific things I want to see, will this work for me?

I’ve created this itinerary to cover what most people who visit London for the first time typically like to see. Of course, I can’t cover everything! If you have really specific or unique tastes, or don’t want to experience any classic London attractions (even just to see them from the outside) then this probably isn’t for you.

Is this suitable for families with children?

The cool thing about London is that most things, and well, pretty much everything when it’s daytime, works for families with kids, if your children are fairly well-behaved. That being said, I’ve not specifically made this itinerary with kids under 16 in mind.

Do I need data on my phone to be able to use the Digital Map on the go in London?

It absolutely works best when you have it. It will also allow you to get walking directions when needed, or transport directions when you’re planning to head back to your hotel once the day is done. In the guide I’ve included a list of ways to have data on your phone so you can stay connected.

Does the itinerary tell you how to get to the starting point of each day from my hotel?

It doesn’t, because everyone who purchases the itinerary will be arriving from different parts of London. But it gives you a concrete starting point, and when you’re at your hotel ready to start your day, just pull up the map, select the starting point, then click “Directions” to see all of your options for getting there. It’s really easy!

Which phones does the Digital Map work on?

It’s integrated with the Google Maps app, so it’s available for all phones that use iOS or Android operating systems.

Customer Reviews

Based on 66 reviews
Richard Juarez
A Perfect Planning Tool for Our London Trip

My extended family (six adults) just returned from an 8-day London trip beginning on 9 March 2023. We travelled to London from the United States from Texas, Kansas, and New Jersey. I purchased the just released 2023 version of the 3-Day London Itinerary prior to our departure and sent it to everyone before our departure. We used the checklists from the itinerary to preplan our daily activities for the 4 days of sightseeing we enjoyed on our trip (2 days were devoted to attending English Premier League soccer matches). We used our completed itinerary checklists together with the Google Map tool as our guide each day. We began our sightseeing using Day 2, and followed with Day 3 and Day 1. Highlights for us included the Churchill War Rooms, Bourough Market, Afternoon Tea at Fortnum and Mason, and the Covent Garden Piazza to name a few. The itinerary's detailed information on restaurants and pubs for each day allowed us to discover the wonderful Bilogs at Mamasons Dirty Ice Cream! Those were a special highlight for all of us, and a great way to end our first day's evening in Chinatown. We loved the flexibility built into the itinerary and the accompanying Google Map tool. By sending it to our group before our U.S. departure, we gave everyone a chance to peruse the sightseeing recommendations, restaurants, and pubs in advance and we combined those into to our group's checklist for each day. The 3-Day Itinerary was a perfect planning tool for us and we recommend it to all London travelers.

Angelica Wyman

amazing guide


What a great resource and reference all in one packet! I was staying with family, and so I had a tour guide, but to have something in writing that we could all look at and share and decide what everyone wanted to do, was fantastic! We were there for actually 7 days, but did alot of local things as well! thank you do much Jess. If you get a chance to visit the Hoarder @thehoarder in West Kensington, its a great little shoppe! coffee and gifts! Cheers! P.S. Jess, I do not like American Beer, but cave the Cask Ale a try and LOVED it! thanks for the advice!

3 day itinerary

This itinerary has everything in one place. I especially love the dining recommendations near the various sites/attractions. Very glad I purchased this well ahead of our trip.

Maria C
There is nobody like Jess when it comes to presenting the authentic London

I am planning a trip to London in July with my son. It is a really important trip because my mom passed away a couple of months ago and the trip is a way to make it up to my son for being away for so long, taking care of my mom in her last few months. I like to research before travelling, so I logged onto Love and London on YouTube. I was immediately taken by the quality of Jess's videos. The research that goes into her videos and the authenticity and practicality of her advice. I found other videos to be very boring and just awfully "classical" and uncool, or I found other presenters to lack Jess' warmth and profound knowledge of London. As I will be there for less than a week, I purchased the three-day itinerary. I was gobsmacked at the unique routes/daily itineraries and the list of cool restaurants (with lovely pics and good graphic design—I work in media and things like that matter greatly to me) that she provided. I would never have considered visiting some of the places she suggested but thanks to the itinerary I know I will be doing much more than queuing up for the London Eye or Westminster Abbey. A big thank you to Jess for her warmth, consummate professionalism, and the excellent content she creates. I'm a fan for life.