London is a cosmopolitan, economic and cultural hub and one of the largest and most visited cities in Europe. It is a very attractive destination for parents with babies, toddlers and young children. There are plenty of hotels, serviced apartments (see where to stay) and restaurants within the city which cater extremely well to parents with younger kids.
With a younger baby, you will be able to take in all of the museums and sights around the city but if you are bringing an older baby or toddler you will probably need to incorporate some toddler friendly activities also.
One word of warning – London can get very busy and the crowds on the footpaths might be frustrating when using a pushchair. Many of the tube stations now have elevators but avoid using these during rush hour as there is no space for strollers.
Please see below for all the information you will need for travelling to London with a baby, toddler or young child.