London Tourist Attractions

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The United Kingdom’s capital city, London is the right destination. It is such an awesome city that is unique for its historic and modern attractions alike. It is one of the places on earth where you can find anything. The magnificence of the entire city can leave you stunned.  Be it history, culture, art, architecture, historic and modern landmarks, shopping, entertainment, nightlife, museums, events, galleries or sports, you will definitely not run out of things to do during your London visit.  

London Eye

The London Eye is Europe’s tallest Ferris wheel. Owned by Merlin Entertainments, It draws in a million of visitors every year, this is one of the most visited tourist sites in the United Kingdom. Rotating in the wheel situated on the south bank of River Thames gives you a great view of London. With options for you to choose and privatize capsules. In recent years it has become the hub of London’s New Year firework celebrations. Definitely, a spectacle not to be missed!

Westminster Abbey

Westminster Abbey is the Anglo-French Gothic masterpiece truly revealing the glory of London architecture. It is a church serving the British monarchy’s coronations, weddings
and funerals. The Abbey is a treasure house of paintings and all kind of art. The closest stations are St James Park and Westminster station.

Buckingham Palace

Buckingham Palace is the London residence of the British Monarchs since 1837. More than 50,000 people visit the palace every year. The palace is open for visitors 7 days a week.
Tourists visit the Queen’s gallery to see things owned by the British Monarchy. They also see the furnishings, gowns and jewels and other personal accessories when they visit
the palace. The works of famous artists are displayed. Visit the Royal Mews and Royal Stables. One highlighting feature of the Buckingham Palace is the Guard Changing Ceremony every morning at 11.30. Green Park and Victoria Station are convenient for underground transportation.

British Museum

The collection of 71,000 objects of a famous scientist and physician Sir Hans Sloane led to the establishment of the British Museum. The museum is a complete reference for human
nature, history and art. Today, the museum holds a library with 150 million objects and artifacts. It is a three floored building running ten different departments, restaurants and cafes. Holborn, Tottenham Court Road and Russell Square tube station are the closest.

Tower of London

Tower of London is one of the historical marvels of London built in the 11th century. It is one of London’s oldest and preserved buildings. It has been the royal fortress serving as a palace, prison, and store house for weapons and a place for crown jewels. It is a historic site and is an excellent site for tourism. It is the first London tourist destination that was written in books by London tourists. The Tower of London is open for visitors on all days.

London is an ideal destination for a perfect sightseeing tour. London is well connected with all parts of the UK and transportation facilities are convenient for travelling to any location in London.

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