It was built in 2000 to mark London’s millennium celebrations. The London Eye is Europe’s largest observation wheel and is located opposite the Riverside Building, County Hall, Westminster Bridge Road.
The Big Ben Clock Tower is a 150 year old monument and is one of the top tourist attractions in England. It’s named after the man who first requested for the bell, Sir Benjamin Hall.
The Trafalgar square coupled with the Piccadilly Circus are both famous squares that are close to each other and mark the gateways to Soho, London.
Tower of London
This magnificent tourist monument was built by William the Conqueror in 1078. It served as a prison from 1100 to the mid twentieth century.
The British Museum was established in 1753 and houses more than seven million artifacts and exhibits. It is a museum of several human historical facts, traditions and cultures.
Buckingham Palace is the main residence of Queen Elizabeth II. The courtyard of Buckingham Palace is used for changing of the Guard, a fascinating ceremony. The palace State rooms are open to the public during August and September.
Constructed in 1886, is the Tower Bridge which is a combined bascule and suspension bridge sited over the River Thames. It’s an iconic symbol and an important monument.
This is London’s largest open space and was built in 1635. For centuries, it has been a perfect tourist site for holiday makers and travelers.
The Covent garden market stalls, halls and arcade are located at Long Acre and other adjacent streets like the Neal’s Yard and Seven Dials, and also the Central Square.
It is officially known as the Royal Botanic Gardens. It is located on the south bank of the River Thames.
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