Time for a Pub Crawl! Every Thirsty Traveler Needs to Visit These London Pubs

With over 3,500 pubs making up the city’s heart, you can never run out of places to grab a beer in London. However, indecision can be your biggest problem, not to mention pubs that will make you regret pulling out your wallet. To prevent you from dealing with immense regret, here are five pubs you must visit as a traveler in London.

The French House

Picture a quaint little pub with varieties of champagne on display and a traditional feel to its interactions. That is exactly what the French House is. This place holds several revolutionary historical events, making it the perfect place to soak in London.

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After a day of touring the city, the last thing you want is to be slouched in a corner staring at your phone. At the French House, you will have quality conversations with locals and be able to immerse yourself in the culture.

The Cow

You might be famished at the end of a long day of popping in and out of shops. So, you must need food. However, you might also want a glass of wine or a pint. This is where the Cow comes in.

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A perfect combination of quality seafood upstairs and pints below, the Cow is where tourists want to go. It is well-known for its expertly-poured Guinness combined with a plate of oysters. It just might be the best pub in West London.

The Harp

Charming, colorful, and an escape from the hustle and bustle of the city, The Harp is the place for a quick tourist retreat from the noise outside. Everything about this pub speaks of ease and beauty.

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The Harp is cozy and warm, from the hanging baskets of flowers overhead and warm landlady to beautiful glass-stained windows and rich beer. It is the perfect place for tourists to tuck into for a lazy evening with butcher’s sausages and beer.

Churchill Arms

If you seek eccentricity and a unique kind of beauty, Churchill Arms is the place to find it during your travels. This London pub is unconventional in every way. If you think the outside is quirky, wait until you get in.

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From the hundreds of butterflies on display to the hanging chamber pots, it’s an eye-catching scene!  Their delicacies don’t take a back seat as they have real ale and mouth-watering Thai dishes. You are bound to have a unique experience.

Princess Louise

Was it named after a real princess? Yes, it was after one of Queen Victoria’s daughters. This pub speaks to class and finery. If you want to know what it’s like to be served at a royal pub, Princess Louise is the place to go.

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As a testament to its finery, this pub still maintains its exotic interiors from the late 1800s with its high ceilings and royal art. Tourists love it for the highly Victorian vibe, warm service, hard-won private booths, and rich wine.

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