En af de bedste måder at se skønne London er at stå tidligt op, leje en cykel og nyd byens ikoniske bygninger og steder når der ikke er så mange folk på gaden.
Lej en cykel ved en af de mange Santander docking stationer der findes i det centrale London og for ned til £2 per dag kan du pedalere rundt i Londons morgensol
Officially called St Mary’s Axe, but affectionately known as ‘the Gherkin’ by Londoners, this cornichon-shaped building is a glass and steel wonder in the heart of the city.
With external lifts and cylindrical stairwells that snake around it, Lloyd’s building is a futuristic looking structure. Try to visit the building when it's lit up at night - it looks like something straight out of a sci-fi movie!
Cycle past the grand Leadenhall Market and admire the Victorian covered market and the centre of Roman London. If you're a Harry Potter fan you might recognise this as Diagon Alley from the Harry Potter films.
The impressive 111 metres high dome of St Paul's is one of the most recognisable landmarks on the London skyline. The dome is open from 8.30am so it's worth stopping here to beat the crowds and climb the 538 step up to the dome for amazing views of the city.
Located on the corner of Threadneedle Street, the Bank of England is the heart London's financial district. Just across the road is Royal Exchange building, another beautiful building in the City of London.
OK, so it’s not the most charming bridge on the Thames, but the surrounding attractions certainly makes up for it. Pop to Borough Market and indulge in delicious street food, scale the dizzy heights of The Shard or simply find a cosy pub to recover from your ride!