Top 10 Tourist Attracions in London

  • Buckingham Palace

  • Changing of the Guard

  • Westminster Abbey

  • Houses of Parliament

  • London Tower

  • Saint Paul’s Cathedral

  • London Eye

  • Kensington Palace

  • Hampton Court

London Buckingham Palace, London Bridge and the Houses of Parliament
The capital of England and the United Kingdom.
We found London to be a fun and an exciting city.
History dating back to before the Romans.
Now a 21st-century city and a major world-wide business hub.
Easy to explore by day and plenty of entertainment by night.
Shopping is incredible with a store from every major fashion label. Sales ate always happening, which makes shopping a must. If you want the absolute latest in fashion, then this city is the place for you!
The history alone is amazing with so many stories and tales.
Tourists from around the world love to visit London.
The Londoners are friendly and yet so diversified. If you have problems understanding some of them. Don’t worry we all do! Some of their accents are very strong.
A must see for the tourist is Buckingham Palace. Home of the reigning Monarch.

As a tourist you can see impressive architectural structures such as The Houses of Parliament (Once a Royal Palace), the Tower ‘Big Ben’, London Bridge, the Towers of London and Westminster Abbey.
Museums, libraries and historical buildings are everywhere. The exhibits are in the thousands and the structures themselves are imposing.

Situated across the River Thames is the modern contrast. The London Eye observation wheel providing panoramic views of the South Bank cultural complex, and the entire city.

If history and intrigue is your interest? There is The London Tower loaded with very real stories of deception and murder. In fact, just to think of the Kings and Queens who have been and gone, and their impact on today’s world!

Travelling around London is fairly easy with the ‘Tube’ underground system. You’ll also find the buses with the double decker to be very user-friendly. Look at the route signs and it’s all there.


Buckingham Palace
Kensington Palace
Lambeth Palace
Saint Jame’s Palace
Houses of Parliament (formerly a Royal Palace
Hampton Court Palace (just outside London)

Churches & Cathedrals

Saint George’s Cathedral
Saint Paul’s Cathedral
Saint Sophia’s Cathedral
Southwark Cathedral
Westminster Abbey
Westminster Cathedral
London’s Bridges

London Bridge
Hungerford Bridge
Millennium Bridge

Museums & Galleries

British Museum
Natural History Museum
National Gallery
Victoria and Albert Museum
National Maritime Museum
London Transport Museum
Sherlock Holmes Museum
Wallace Collection House

London’s Theatres

Cambridge Theatre
Globe Theatre
Gielgud Theatre
Lyceum Theatre
Piccadilly Theatre
Prince Edward Theatre
Queen’s Theatre
Royal Albert Hall
Royal National Theatre


Hyde Park
Kensington Gardens
Regent’s Park
Saint James Park

Other Attractions

Big Ben
Churchill War Rooms
London Dungeons
London Eye
Trafalgar Square
Towers of London
Wembley Stadium
Madam Tussauds Wax Museum


Borough Market
Camden Town
Harrods Department Store
High Street
Notting Hill
Oxford Street
Piccadilly Circus
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London city guide, 10th Edition Feb 2016 by Lonely Planet
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