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Places to Visit in London

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Places to Visit in London

With a vast history and some of the world’s famous landmarks, mesmerising locations and a varied British cuisine, there are several famous places to visit in London. Here is a list of some popular attractions in London – the cultural capital of the world.

To start the royal way, check out the Buckingham Palace, the residence of Queen Elizabeth of England. Boasting of about 775 rooms, including the state rooms, the palace is a symbol of the classic British culture. The state rooms of the palace can be visited by tourists. If lucky, one may get a glimpse of the Queen in her residence. Also, the famous guard changing ceremony at the Palace is a must watch. The Kensington Palace and Westminster Abbey are other places to see in London from the royal treasure.

When it comes to visiting the world famous tourist attractions in London, the Tower of London is a must visit. From a royal palace to a place of execution and prison, this mansion holds a deep medieval history to its name. The chamber artefacts and the Crown of Jewels will leave you spellbound.  

To get a sky view of the famous places in London, a ride of the London Eye. Featuring 32 capsules, the London Eye will take one on a whirlwind ride of over 55 best places to visit in London in a short span of 30 minutes. Besides this, the observation deck of the Shard, the tallest building in Western Europe, is also another must visit place in London. Besides, both the London Eye and some romantic rooftop restaurants at the Shard are also one of the best places to visit in London for Honeymoon.

The London Dungeon is also among the famous places in London, which will give you the real feel of the city’s haloed past. Other place to visit in London are the Science Museum and London Aquarium. For the Harry Potter fans, the Warner Bros studios is a must visit to know the inside details of its making. Do not forget to click a selfie with your favorite celebrities at the Madam Tussauds, one of the famous tourist attractions in London.

For an idea of perfect romantic date, feast on the famous honey cake and the melt-in-mouth chocolates with your partner in Mayfair or Chelsea. Other honeymoon places in London are the film and music shows for those film buffs. And to propose your partner in a film style, go on your knees at the South banks, don’t forget to celebrate at the Gordon's wine bar later. Lastly, a romantic walk at the Hyde Park is a must.

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Big Ben and Parliament in London

The best ways to view the colossal clock are from a compartment on the near to London Eye Ferris wheel or on a Thames River voyage, both offering fantastic points of view of the 315-foot (96-meter) clock tower and the Neo-Gothic Palace of Westminster while empowering you to keep up a key separation from the gathering that c...

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About Hyde Park in London

Hyde Park is one of the royal and the largest parks of Central London in England and renowned for its Speaker’s Corner. Stretching over 350 acres along with Kensington Garden, which stretches over 275 acres, the overall area covered by these two prominent parks of London is 625 acres. The park is separated by the Serpentine...

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Buckingham Palace in London

Buckingham Palace is currently the working headquarters of the monarchy where the Queen carries out all her ceremonial and official duties. Being one among the few working royal palaces, this place is open to people for almost 20 hours every day during the summer.

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Buckingham Palace has 775 rooms within...

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Churchill War Room in London

Churchill War Rooms are located on the King Charles Street and is the combination of the earlier Churchill Museum and the Cabinet War Rooms. In the year 1938, with the probability of a big war ahead, the British government, under the control of Neville Chamberlain, agreed to strategize the elimination of staff from the cent...

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Hampton Court Palace in London

The Hampton Court Palace embodies an ancient royal architecture. It is settled on the shores of the Thames in London. In the year 1515, the first brick was laid under the punctilious guidance of Thomas Wesley, who was in the list of the dearest of King Henry VII. Due to some conflict with Thomas Wesley, the king ended up th...

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London Eye in London

A Giant Ferris wheel is located on the Thames’ South bank in London. This 443 feet high structure having a 394 feet diameter has been publicized as the London Eye. People enjoy the breathtaking views atop this beautiful wheel.

This masterpiece was designed by famous architects Nic Bailey, Frank Anatole, Steve Chilton, M...

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The British Museum in London

The British Museum was opened in 1759 that was the one of the first national museum for the national public in the world. It was designed in the 19th century, including the four wings of the Museum.

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The Museum is located in the Bloomsbury district in London, United Kingdom. It contains the collection of...

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The Tower of London and Tower Bridge

Tower Bridge was built almost 120 years ago and has the giant moveable roadways passing through the ships. It comes to the most famous structure of the world. Since 1982, the tower bridge has come into existence throughout the captivating exhibition content. It crosses the River Thames that is close to the Tower of London. ...

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Victoria and Albert Museum in London

The Victoria and Albert museum is the greatest museum of design and art in the world. The structure opened in 1909, and has been modified in adjacent buildings. It includes some great masterpieces of furniture, paintings, sculptures, ceramics, jewelry, posters, glass and textiles.

The collection includes art from almost e...

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Westminster Abbey in London

London’s Westminster Abbey is one of the must-see historical sites in the world. Located west of the House of Parliament in the city of Westminster. Dating back to more than 1000 years in history, this was the first location where Benedictine monks used to visit to carry out their daily worship. Today this is a beautiful ch...

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Is there a city card for London?

For travel and transportation purposes, the Oyster card is one of the cheapest ways.

Can tickets to the local attractions of the city of London be purchased in advance?

Tickets to the city’s local attractions can be purchased online, in advance to save time.

Is the London Eye open on all days?

No matter the weather, the London Eye is open on all days except on Christmas.

What is the weather like in London?

It can rain at the drop of a hat in London, and sunshine is scarce so plan accordingly.

Is there any nightlife in London?

The nightlife of London is pretty famous, with a plethora of pubs and cars keeping open till the wee hours of the morning.