As well as in London, protests are expected to take place in Bristol, Newcastle, Leeds, Cambridge and Cardiff after Trump arrives on Thursday.
"It's an insult", Farage, a former leader of the UK Independence Party, said.
"I'm looking forward to the protest quite frankly, who isn't?"
But there will still be other anti-Trump events going on around the city, if you want to eyeball the action.
Newham mayor Rokhsana Fiaz (front, centre) has joined calls for protests against US President Donald Trump's United Kingdom visit and a far right march.More news: The English Patient voted best Man Booker Prize winner
This could well affect a number of senior level media executives as many of the "numerous" demonstrations are set to start in or around Soho in Central London, near the headquarters of the likes of NBC Universal, Apple and 21st Century Fox as well as various TV companies and film firms. "I think it is very embarrassing, embarrassing for the protesters", said 21-year-old USA student Drew Liquerman who is studying at Scotland's St Andrews University.
The balloon has not gone over (so to speak) with some Trump supporters, according to The Independent.
"This is the biggest insult to a sitting U.S. president ever".
LONDON, July 11 (Reuters) - Britain on Wednesday geared up for the arrival of Donald Trump just hours after the USA president waded into the Brexit crisis gripping Prime Minister Theresa May's government and portrayed the closest US ally in Europe as a country in turmoil.
Erika Miller, 36, who has dual British-US citizenship after marrying a Briton, said the protests would have no impact on relations between the two countries.More news: A Single Goal Sends France To The World Cup Final
The ambassador added May had shown strong leadership and that the trip would enhance the special relationship between the United States and Britain. "That's certainly up to the people, not up to me", said Trump. The issue is 'Do they have freedom to protest, freedom to assemble and should they be allowed to do so?
Those sentiments were echoed by Sarah Elliott, 36, chairman of Republicans Overseas UK. "You are our friends and we will be proud to march with you". "So I think that symbolises how he considers the importance of her leadership in this country right now".
"We now plan to keep this crowdfunder rolling so that we can cover the shipping and helium costs to get #TrumpBaby to follow little Donald around the world, haunting his diplomatic engagements wherever he goes!" It's not clear if that means only worldwide visits, or if the organizers plan to bring it to the U.S.at some point.
More than 50,000 people have signed up to demonstrate in London on Friday against his visit although a counter-gathering to welcome him is also planned.More news: British regulator to fine Facebook over data protection breaches