London Attractions Guide


Listed below are some of the hottest tourist attractions in London. There’s definitely a place that would appeal to all types of types visitors. 1. Knightsbridge- it is where the popular Harrods department store is located. Shops within the vicinity houses the famous designer brands like Jimmy Choo, Vivienne Westwood, Manolo Blahnik, Galliano, Versace, Cartier, Louis Vuitton etc. Harvey Nichols is also located here. 2. Leicester Square/ Piccadilly/ Mayfair – these areas around the West End is where the high-class and fashionable pubs, bars and clubs are situated. Most people who would want to socialize or rub elbows with the rich and famous go here. It is rather common to spot top celebrities and personalities within the vicinity. Because of these places’ exclusivity, most restaurants and bars here have a guestlist only rule. Well-known clubs include the Funky Buddha, Mahiki, Number One Leicester Square and Paper , China White and Café de Paris. 3. Tower of London- it is aptly termed as the royal fortress by the river Thames. This precious inheritance is around 900 years old. The famous Crown Jewels that are guarded by the Beefeaters can be found inside this World heritage. There were also rumors that the tower is inhabited by ghosts, making it more exciting to visit. 4. British Museum , Tate Britain, Tate Museum and Museum of London – these museums attract visitors who would want to explore the richness of the city’s culture, history and tradition. Remnants of the previous royalties can be found in here alongside several art pieces from famous artists then and now. 5. Westminster Abbey and Westmister Palace- this is the seat of Parliament and the place where the royal coronations are held, noted attractions in the area include the Big Ben 6. St. Paul’s Cathedral- it was built after the Great Fire of London. It has become one of his supreme accomplishment and contribution to “the City”. 7. St. James – this part of the city is where St. James Park and Buckingham Palace , official residence of the Queen, are situated. 8. The London Eye- the third largest observation wheel where you can have a splendid view of the city. 9. Farringdon, Hoxton, Shoreditch- this is the place to be for those who would want to party and dance to the beat of the world’s top DJ’s. 10. Tower Bridge- built during the 19th century, it is located near the Tower of London. Here you can have a look at the engine rooms and it also features a drawbridge. There are lots of places worth visiting in London. This is probably the reason why yearly, tourism in “the City” flourish. As Samuel Johnson said, "when one is tired of London, one is tired of life.” So if you want to explore, relax, have fun and enjoy, it is high time to book a flight now and visit England’s capital.

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