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4 days in London

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I am a solo female traveler and have four full days in London. I will be in London mid May. I am interested in history, art, music, and nature. I do not want to be rushing around museum to museum, but I do want to fit as much in with the little time I have.

I'd like any suggestions of what you think are "must sees/dos" in London to get the most of the experience.

I am looking at fairly decently priced rental apartments located 30 minutes from central London. Should I book a cheap apartment so far away or look at hostels closer to city center? - I am traveling in Europe for 1 month and I imagine I'll get sick of sleeping in the same room as others, so apartments seem like a good deal to me.

Is getting an Oyster card Or the London pass a good idea?

Thanks!!

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