Ever since I was a little girl I have dreamed of receiving a letter when turning 11 years old. Unfortunately for me, it has turned out I was indeed a muggle.
Being a muggle, I never had the chance to look into the magical world of Harry Potter – that is, until I went to the Harry Potter studios in London. Although my wish of there being a magical world was destroyed, I was given a day of magic.
For those of you not knowing what to do over the weekend, just visiting London or maybe wanting to take a little break from the not-so-magical London (does not apply to tourists – you don’t get to complain about it!) I would highly recommend visiting Harry Potter studios. Even if you are not a Harry Potter fan there is something truly magical about the studios and it absolutely consumes you.
So if you want to take a stroll down Diagon Alley, eat some overpriced Jelly Beans that taste like dirt (or booger if you’re really unlucky), fly Weasley’s Ford Anglia, wake up your inner child, see how spread out London actually is or just drink a butterbeer, that takes the worst out of butter (didn’t know there was such a thing) and had nothing to do with beer, then this is the perfect weekend trip for you.
Thank you for reading.
P.S.: Please mind, I have visited Harry Potter studios over a year ago and it was Christmas time – therefore the dining hall had Christmas trees and Hogwarts was covered in snow, due to it being a Winter edition tour.
P.P.S.: Do not raise your hand for Slytherin if you do not want to receive very strange looks and being feared by people.