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London Attractions

London Attractions

London is one of the world's most fascinating cities, with visitors from every corner of the globe drawn to wealth of cultural and leisure attractions in London. It is also one of the Europe's leading commercial centres where movers and shakers come to do business and clinch deals. The city groans under the weight of foreign banks, a throbbing stock exchange, a buoyant economy, five London airports and the very highest quality telecommunications.

10 Downing Street
10 Dowing Street LondonPerhaps most famous address where the Government of United Kingdom makes its policies about the country's administration is the official residence and office of British Prime Minister.

Buckingham Palace
London Buckingham PalacePopular as the Queen's residence & administrative nerve centre of the monarchy, the Palace with famous façade is known for its ceremonial Change of Guards in the forecourt.

Eltham Palace
Eltham Palace LondonEltham Palace has a widespread history and is almost certainly well recognized for being the residence to the boy Henry VIII and later on to the well known Courtauld family.

House of Parliament
House of Parliament LondonThe supreme legislative body of the British government meets since 1550 in the Palace of Westminster, which houses Big Ben the bell clock tower, one of the famous London attractions.

Leicester Square
London Leicester SquareMost popular attractions in London for nightlife entertainment. Home to London's major cinemas like Odeon and Empire where celebrities walk the red carpet at movie premieres.

Madame Tussauds
Madame TussaudsThe life-like wax model museum includes royal figures, celebrities, historical figures and a London history ride. It is great for both adults and children with entertainment options.

St.Paul's Cathedral
St.Paul's CathedralOne of the most visited London attractions; 17th century cathedral has the 2nd largest dome and is also the seat of the Bishop of London, where Prince Charles married Lady Diana.

The London Dungeon
London DungeonMedieval torture and executions will make both children and adults scream when frightening images lurk in the dark to uncover the gory truth behind some of history's most horrific events.

Tower of London
Tower of LondonThe twenty towers complex, built in the 11th century is placed in 2 concentric rings of cynical walls & a moat. It holds Royal Armouries & Crown Jewels & is one of the popular London attractions.

Wembley Stadium
London Wembley StadiumWembley Stadium is the home of English football: All England home matches are played in London Wembley Stadium, easily accessible through public transport.

Windsor Castle
Windsor CastleWindsor Castle in London Berkshire is the biggest and oldest engaged castle in the world and the Official Residence of Her Majesty The Queen and hosts many events and concerts.

Banqueting House
London Banqueting HouseBanqueting House, much known for functioning of Charles I is the major highlight and is the only surviving part of the Great Palace of Whitehall in London, UK.

Chinatown in historical londonA vibrant part of London's Soho, is home to best Chinese restaurants and holds festivals throughout the year with exceptional traditional Chinese New Year celebrations one must enjoy.

Hampton court
Hampton courtAn architectural marvel set amidst sixty acres of beautiful surroundings, including well landscaped waterside gardens and lots of history, is a place to be enjoyed with family & friends.

Kensington Palace
Kensington Palace LondonKensington Palace in a royal residence in Kensington Gardens in London and has been the residence of the British Royal Family since the 17th century.

London Eye
London EyeThe largest of its kind ever built at a height of 135 meters in year 2000, it offers beautiful London views on a clear day. You can see around 40 kms from the top as far as Windsor Castle.

Royal Festival Hall
London Royal Festival HallAn impressive concert hall on the South Bank that is renowned for top orchestral concerts: Royal Festival Hall in London, a leading concert hall providing entertainment to people.

Tate Modern
Tate Modern LondonTate Modern in London is the national gallery of international modern and contemporary art, set in London's former Bankside Power Station showcasing permanent collection.

Tower Bridge
London Tower BridgeBuilt in Victorian era, the monument stands 42 meters tall, offers a majestic view of the city. Observe the original machinery used to lift the bascules to let the ships pass below.

Trafalgar Square
London Trafalgar SquareBuilt to commemorate Nelson's victory at the battle of Trafalgar in 1805, is a spacious and beautiful part of the London city to meet friends, minutes away from the National Galleries.

Westminster Abbey
London Westminster AbbeyA Gothic Church and a structure of architectural splendour; is the coronation of English Royalty since 1066. Eucharist is celebrated everyday at the stroke of 8 in the morning.

ZSL London Zoo
ZSL London ZooWith so many things to see and do, ZSL London Zoo is a wonderful day out for people of all ages with the Fish Aquarium, Gorilla Kingdom, Animal Adventure and the new Children's Zoo.

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