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London is one of the world’s leading tourism destinations, and the city is home to an array of famous tourist attractions.
One of the world’s most visited cities, London has something for everyone: from history to culture, art to architecture. London has a huge variety of attractions. Historical or contemporary, paid for or free, there is something to suit all tastes and budgets.
Some of the top and most loved attractions in London:

Big Ben London

Big Ben

One of London’s most famous landmarks and immortalised in Disney’s “Peter Pan”, Big Ben is accurate to one-tenth of a second. click for more info

Buckingham Palace

Change of Guards, London

Buckingham Palace is the official London Royal Palace. Built in the 18th century, the palace became the royal residence during the Reign of Queen Victoria. click for more info

Tower Bridge & Tower of London

Tower Bridge London

Just 6 minutes on the train and you are in London Bridge where you can walk next to the river to Tower Bridge offering some of the most spectacular views of the city of London and the river Thames. The tower built in 1886 is a combined bascule and suspension bridge that crosses the River Thames.
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On the  north side of the Thames the Tower of London  filled with London’s history and fascinating it’s visitors for the last 300 years with its stories of torture and execution. More than 900 years of history and a visit will give you the chance to peek at the amazing crown Jewels. click for more info

London Eye

London Eye London

The world’s highest observation wheel with spectacular views.
The London Eye is a permanent ferris wheel-like structure located on the edge of the River Thames. It is 135 meters tall and has a diameter of 120 metres.click for more info

Houses of Parliament
& Parliament Square

The striking Houses of Parliament together with Parliament Square represent the country’s past and present governments. Memorials to many of the world’s most influential figures can also be found here.click for more info

Westminster Abbey

A national shrine, Westminster Abbey is the setting for Royal coronations and is also the burial place to this country’s most celebrated historical figures. The breath taking architecture is combined with memorials to both distinguished royal and literary figures. click for more info

O2 Arena

O2 arena London, venue for the most famous concerts in London

O2 arena the stage for the most exciting concerts in London, from the world’s top stars and elite sporting events. The fun never stops with a bowling alley, clubs, cinema, exhibition spaces, bars and restaurants makes a great night out. click for more info

Royal Greenwich observatory

“where east meets west”
Greenwich is the home of the Prime Meridian of the World, overlooking the River Thames and the city of London. It’s just close by our hostel. click for more info

Harrods

London’s most well known store is regarded as a London institution- it is truly the place where you can find anything! click for more info

Hyde Park

London’s largest park is a magnificently peaceful area,a world away from the commotion of city life. The Serpentine lake that stretches across the park is a popular place for boating and rowing and is home to the official Princess Diana memorial in London. click for more info

St Paul’s Cathedral

The masterpiece of the architect Sir Christopher Wren contains the world’s second largest dome after that of St Peter’s in Rome. A symbol of the power and might of London, St Paul’s Cathedral withstood the bombings of the Second World War and is home to one of the finest choirs in the world. click for more info

Museums

National Maritime Museum

Greenwich Maritime Museum, London

Discover seafaring and stargazing in Greenwich and the world’s largest maritime museum, just on our neighbourhood click for more info

Tate Modern

Britain’s national museum of modern art in an iconic former power station. click for more info

National Gallery

One of the world’s greatest collections of European paintings from 1250 to 1900. click for more info

Natural History Museum

As well as the infamous dinosaurs, the museum has a collection of the biggest, tallest and rarest animals in the world. click for more info

British Museum

A fascinating range of objects from around the world from prehistoric to modern times.click for more info

Victoria and Albert Museum

Celebrating art and design with collections on ceramics, furniture, fashion, sculpture and much more. click for more info

Madame Tussauds

Meet famous faces from the worlds of showbiz, sport, politics and royalty. click for more info