Harry Potter Travel Guide to London

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If you are a Harry Potter fan like me, you should definitely visit London for a themed tour of the city beautiful. Today, I feel proud to bring you the Harry Potter themed travel tour of London, which you can enjoy and go back to the fantastic world of your childhood where witches and wizards roamed the sky on their broomsticks. Let’s get started with this exclusive Big Site City guide.

Warner Bros. Studios

If you are looking for a complete Harry Potter Universe experience, you should visit the Warner Bros. Studios. Here, you will find massive film sets and relive your favorite moments from the Harry Potter films frame by frame. From Platform 9 ¾ to Hogwarts, they have everything. This is not all. You can even have butterbeers and butterbeer ice cream here. This place is like a pilgrimage for any fan as it is filled with memories that enlightened us through the years. You can go to the Studios and buy tickets directly or simply opt for a tour. Either way, you would experience the best of the wizarding world.

Borough Market

If you are a foodie like me and love Harry Potter, then going to Borough Market is a must. I met some readers of Big Site City during a walking tour of the Borough Market and felt so happy. It was a dream come true to find people who like the same things as me and read my blogs. The place is perfect for a meal and a drink, and you also get plenty of opportunities to shop around and immerse yourself in the Harry Potter books and movies like never before. The market was featured extensively in Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban as well as Bridget Jones’s Diary. Since I love both movies, it was a double-awesome experience for me. Try to find your way to the Leaky Cauldron here.

Piccadilly Circus

You will instantly recognize this place when you see it. This is the place where Harry, Ron, and Hermione apparate, running from deatheaters who invade Bill’s wedding. Hermione actually runs from the Eros statue all the way along Shaftsbury Avenue. Walk a little and you will also find the Palace Theater where you can watch Harry Potter and the Cursed Child.

Australia House

One of the fascinating places in Harry Potter is Gringotts, the premier banking entity for wizards operated by goblins. The Australia House is a beauty to behold for years. Though you may not be able to go inside, it is enough to get a picture outside this wonderful place.

Cecil Court

Do you like Diagon Alley? If yes, you would fall in love with Cecil Court, like most readers at Big Site City. This place has a lot of awesome bookshops too. Shop around and you may actually come across a lot of old-school cool lying around the streets.

There is more to explore when it comes to the Harry Potter films in London. If you have a spare weekend, go to these places and relive all your memories.

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