If you’re a fan of English literature and taking a trip to London you maybe keen on visiting the sites where your heroes, both modern and ancient lived and worked. It is well-known that English literature, both old and contemporary, is filled with references to London. For example, the quotation mentioned above by Charlotte Bronte is just one of the many references to London by some of the world’s greatest authors. In fact, since the early 1300s, London has been the centre of literature. Furthermore, most places in London have been referred to or written about in at least one literary work over the years!
London is also the capital city of England, covering an area of about 1 572 square kilometres. Ergo, the physical size of London makes it difficult for you as a first-time visitor to navigate your way around London. The best way to see London is