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London is one of the culture capitals of the world and is brimming with exciting best places in London.

London England is one of the most famous Cities in the World. London, hundreds of years ago as a small city of Rome was founded. Britain’s commercial, political, cultural and tourist center. The foreign population is already very high, especially the incredible increases in the summer. This is a great opportunity for those who want to meet people from all over the world, even though some of them may be in for a surprise. 24 hours of fun, great city, densely populated, provided with a very good infrastructure, transport facilities, Chelsea, Arsenal and the world-famous football clubs in the world to study English in London is the most preferred city makes it different from other cities.London is one of the beautiful places to must see before you die.

Big Ben in London

Big Ben in London

There are also plenty of kid-friendly places to visit in London. Get up close and personal with underwater creatures at SEALIFE London Aquarium or explore the Science Museum, London’s interactive hub of science and technology. Both are perfect for fun family days out in London. You could also soak up some culture at London museums, visit the Queen at Buckingham Palace, or take the perfect picture with Big Ben; just some of the many iconic places to go in London.

London’s Most Famous Destinations

Big Ben

Big Ben is the largest four-faced chiming clock in the world and is another iconic symbol in London. You can take a tour to the top of the bell, officially named the Great Bell which is housed within the Elizabeth Tower. It’s another energetic London tour that takes you up the 334 stone spiral steps where you will wait to hear Big Ben strike the hour. You’ll go behind the clock face and visit the mechanism room to see how Ben works. It can be difficult to get on one of these brilliant tours and UK residents must book through their local MP.

Palace of Westminster

The Palace of Westminster (more widely known as the Houses of Parliament) is the seat of Parliament in the United Kingdom. The present building largely dates from the 19th century when it was rebuilt following a fire in a splendid example of Victorian neo-Gothic architecture. The House of Commons (elected Members of Parliament) is located to the north of the building and is decorated with green leather upholstery, and the House of Lords is located to the south and decorated with red leather upholstery.

British Museum

For archaeology buffs, nothing beats the British Museum. The museum is considered to be one of the most comprehensive world-wide, containing eight distinct departments. It’s a veritable treasure trove and contains the largest collection of Egyptian artefacts. The British Museum has been amazing the world since the 18th century by gifting knowledge amongst 8 million relics to the world free of charge.

Royal Opera House

Located at the Convent Garden of London, the Royal Opera House (also recognised as the Theatre Royal) is one of the best places in London to visit and enjoy the beauty of the performing arts. It is known to be the place/ house of “The Royal Ballet”, “The Royal Opera” and “The Royal Orchestra”. It is a beautiful place to be at and enjoy the splendid art of music and dance.

Kensington Palace

Kensington Palace

St. Paul´s Cathedral

Standing tall since the year 1708 is St Paul’s Cathedral. The cathedral is noteworthy for being one of the few buildings that survived the Blitz of WWII. Many funerals, weddings and celebrations for notable figures such as Lord Nelson or Winston Churchill have been held within. The interior of the church is truly stunning and photographs of the art and architecture is allowed, but under strict conditions. Please note that tourists attractions not allowed in during Mass or other religious celebrations.

London Eye

The most famous Ferris Wheel we all know is the London Eye. It is recorded to be the biggest in the whole world. Located on the banks of the river “Thames”, it stands 443 feet tall. The giant wheel’s diameter is 395 feet. Being one of the most popular tourist attractions in all of England, the London Eye draws almost 3 million visitors every year. A must visit place in all of London.

Kensington Palace

Visit the home of the late Princess Diana and the childhood residence of Queen Victoria. Kensington Palace is a stunning building in the heart of London and promises engaging exhibitions that delve into the lives of the great women of the monarchy. From Fashion Rules to Victoria Revealed, there’s so much to learn at Kensington Palace.