1. The Tower of London
Known as Her Majesty’s Royal Palace and Fortress, this historic castle plays a large part in London’s history and was used as a prison for quite some time. Now home to the Crown Jewels of England, the Tower of London is one of the country’s most popular attractions in London.
2. The London Bridge
After absorbing some medieval English history, take a short walk to the London Bridge, where you can not only witness it’s unique colors, but also do a majority of London sightseeing from this point via. the Hop-on/Hop-off Bus Tours. Grab a Bite to eat and hop on the red line to see sights such as the Piccadilly Circus, Hyde Park and Trafalgar Square. After cruising around London for a little while, think about taking a walking tour around London!
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3. thames river cruise
The Thames River Cruise is usually included in the cost of your Hop-on/Hop-off bus tour, which is worth taking if it is a nice day. See all different kinds of architecture along the Thames River, including crossing under all types of famous London bridges.
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4. Buckingham Palace
This 775-room palace is a must-see while visiting London. The Buckingham palace history is outstanding; served as the official London residence for Britain’s sovereigns. See Buckingham Palace guards and their horses in front of the home, as well as beautiful landscaping maintained constantly in the front. Who knows, you may even see The Queen if you’re lucky!
5. the london eye
The London Eye produces some of the most amazing sights of London at night, and is a once in a lifetime experience. Fairly inexpensive as well, this tourist attraction in London is one for the books, and the bucketlist!
At Night, Don’t forget to:
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