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Things to do in London

If you want to see Europe’s finest, then head to London. This city is the capital of England and has a breathtaking location next to the River Thames. London is also prominent for its Roman history, and its gorgeous architecture that attracts tourists towards the city from all around the globe. From its buildings to its amazing culture, everything about London is extremely fascinating.

What to do in London

If you want your trip to be packed with entertainment, then you will find many things to do in London. This breathtaking city is England’s most precious and the best way to start your trip is to head to the Buckingham Palace. This incredible palace is the home of Queen Elizabeth II. You can book a tour of the palace and witness the beautiful State Rooms where most of the prominent celebrations take place. A visit to this palace is often ranked one of the top things to do in London. You will also witness the Throne Room and enjoy the amazing displays of French furniture and impressive paintings within the palace. Head to the British Museum where you will find plenty of things to see. The museum itself is a work of art and gives visitors a peek into its incredible architecture. While exploring the museum, you will come across some antiquities from around the world. There are many more interesting things to do in London including a visit to the Tower of London. This tower is quite fascinating from the outside and even better from the inside. There are multiple towers on the site that you can explore alongside the Crown Jewels exhibition.


Places to visit in London


One of the top places to visit in London is the London Eye. A trip to London is incomplete without the incredible views from the London Eye which is elevated to a height of 135 meters. Visitors can enjoy impressive views of London for up to 25 miles in all directions. The landmarks that you see in the skyline are described in detail on interactive tablets. Visiting the London Eye should be on top of your list of things to do in London. If you are looking for some outdoor recreation, then you must head to the Hyde Park and the Kensington Gardens. Both these spots rank among the top places to visit in London. The beautiful green gardens from Kensington Palace offer visitors a chance to experience the calming London air. The park offers many fun things for visitors including biking and a visit to the Diana Memorial Fountain. There are many more interesting things to do in London including a visit to the Piccadilly Circus, Tower Bridge, St. Paul’s Cathedral, Westminster Abbey, Portobello Road Market, Tate Modern, National Gallery, Soho, Shoreditch, Thames Cruise, and the West End Theatre District.

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Sea Life London Aquarium

Sea Life London Aquarium

Who doesn’t love an aquarium filled with plenty of beautiful species of fish? And with the Sea Life London Aquarium, we can bet that you will have your fair share of fun with these underwater mammals and critters. The Sea Life London Aquarium is home to the biggest accumulation of marine life on the planet, so you know you don’t just have to be an animal lover to check this place out.

With creatures such as stingrays, sharks, piranhas and ocean scorpions just to name a few, the Sea Life London Aquarium allows you to have a peek into the secret underwater life that is privy to only the creatures that have come from there. The Sea Life London Aquarium is also very affordable, and allows you to walk through a glass stage with sharks swimming around, so you will also have your little share of adventure and excitement along the way.

So if you’re looking for a place which isn’t too expensive but is more than a bucket load of fun, then get yourself ready for a trip which will leave you wanting more. The Sea Life London Aquarium is known as the gem of the crown when it comes to sea life attractions, and with one visit, you’ll be able to know that for yourself.

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Southbank Center

Southbank Center

Southbank Center is a popular arts Southbank Center of the Thames, offering a varied variety of social events. See melody, dance, talent, presentation and verbal word and take part in free activities and events. Here you can also take pleasure of enjoy a wide variety of eateries, coffee bar, shops.

Every year, more than 1,000 choirs and artistes perform to 22 million guests, making this one of the most prevalent social terminuses in the Southbank Center and there are numerous festival enjoys there.

Established in 1951 for the Centenary of Britain Southbank Center has fully-fledged as an enjoyment spot, with art and activities inside and outside. We inspire everybody to become involved in the arts in new and creative ways. Most of the tourist likes this place because of its beauty and this place is popular for the taking selfies. It’s a great place to visit with your family and friends.

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London Underground

London Underground

The London Underground railing grid, or "the Tube" is a prodigious technique to travel to and from Central London and will be a vital portion of many people vacation in the UK.

London is assisted by 12 London Underground lines laterally with the Docklands Light Railway (DLR) and an interconnected native train network. London Underground trains usually course amid 5 a.m. to midnight, Monday to Saturday, with abridged functioning hours on Sunday.

An adult cash fare for a single journey in zone 1 is £4.80. The same fare with Visitor Oyster card, Oyster card or contactless payment card is £2.30. The London underground system is too much crowded at the office times.

Many underground stations have electronic staircases to platforms. The London underground is a lifeline of London and all the voyagers choose it as means of transport and there are more than million passengers suffer every year, this is the easy means to reach anyplace in London.

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Tate

Tate

The best thing about London is that it is a historical city but at the same time it also managed to offer the best of the modern world. Tate is one of the best examples of this. You can visit museums which show you history that is thousands of years old and then you can visit Tate to see some of the best modern art assembled in the same place. It was originally established in 1897 as the National Gallery of Art but was renamed to Tate gallery in 1932.

You will find a mind-bogglingly amazing collection of modern art in Tate Modern. The gallery has works on display by Picasso, Warhol, Rothko, and Dali in the same place. Thus the appeal of this gallery isn’t just for art aficionados, anyone who knows even the basic things about art will be able to appreciate some of the best modern are humanity has to offer. You can feel the amazing vibes of Rothko’s Red on Maroon and appreciate the sadness and craziness of Picasso’s the Weeping Woman.

You can also visit the Tate Britain and see some of the work of the best British artists such as Hockney, Freud, and Francis Bacon.

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Globe Theater

Globe Theater

The past of the Globe Theater is beguiling. The stage constitute into two parts like outer stage which was a rectangular stage bulging into the courtyard, from the spinal wall. The internal stage was the break amid two prominent sections at the very back of the outer stage. This munch was used by performers who were in a scene but not directly involved in the instant action of the play, and it was similarly used when a scene happen in an inner room.

The Globe Theater was the chief dwelling of Shakespeare's acting corporation commencement in 1599. The architecture of the Globe Theater responded to a mix of societies. Edifice of the famous Globe Theater, sited near the Thames in a residence called Bankside in Southward, initiated in initial 1599. This is the most visited place by the sightseers and also most liked by them in entire London. It’s a great place to visit with your family and friends.

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Borough Market

Borough Market

The Borough Market is the biggest and famous food market in London city, UK. Also Borough Market is the only fully independent market in London and is owned by a charitable trust. All types of food and fruits are found in this market at a reasonable rate.

Borough Bazaar is London's most distinguished sustenance for advertisement; a wellspring of remarkable British and global produce. It is a safe house for anyone who thinks about the quality and provenance of the sustenance they eat - culinary experts, restaurateurs, energetic novice cooks and individuals who just love eating. The food is not the only reason which makes Borough Market special and famous but also the people over there and the place makes the market more unique.

Borough Market finds to provide an available and inclusive destination for all the shoppers whether they are local people coming to buy their weekly shop, local workers coming to buy their lunch or members of the London restaurant trade coming to learn and get encouraged by new products.

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HMS Belfast

HMS Belfast

HMS Belfast is one of the most visited museums of London with over a quarter of a million people visiting it every year. It is easy to see why the attraction is so popular. Originally the ship was a Royal Navy Light Cruiser. When it was decommissioned, a trust campaigned to preserve it and turn it into a museum. Thanks to that trust, you can now visit the great Imperial War Museum on the HMS Belfast.

The museum is divided into three broad parts, each displaying a different aspect of the ship. The ‘Life on Board the Ship’ section displays what it was like to live on the ship when it was in service. You can see where the soldiers congregated, rested, and went about their business. ‘The inner workings’ sections shows you how the ship was maintained and what type of equipment it had. The ‘Action Stations’ section shows where the decisions were made when it came to attacking and defending.

There are also great places to eat on board the ship. You can visit the rooftop bar and have the unique experience of having a drink on top of a wartime ship. The HMS Belfast is permanently moored in the River Thames.

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London Dungeon

London Dungeon

Thrilling, scary and fun - the London Dungeon has a new residence on the Southbank and many of new horror stories about London's past for you to learn. The London Dungeons carries together an astounding company of dramatic performers, unusual effects, stages, acts and rides in a really unique and thrilling walkthrough skill that you can watch, hear, feel, and smell. It’s hysterical fun and it’s sometimes a bit scary.

The shows are based on genuine London past and ancient stories which minus the boring bits. You'll get up nearby and private with ominous characters like Jack the Ripper and infamous barber of Fleet Street, Sweeney Todd.

It's a completely themed knowledge show for example 360° stage, full on genuineness and dramatic storytelling. The London Dungeon is open at 10 a.m. daily excluding Thursdays. There is an advance booking and almost it is booked for next 14 days due to its publicity.

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Tower of London

Tower of London

The Tower of London is easily the most historically interesting place in London. If you have any interest in history then you know you cannot afford to miss a visit to this place. The white tower which gives this place its name was originally built in 1078 by William the Conqueror. It was a major sign of oppression and was widely despised. It became a symbol of power and over the centuries it has been attacked many times. It was considered crucial to control if one wanted to show control over London itself. It is a marked UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Visiting the Tower of London gives you a sense of what makes London great. London is a modern city which has manages to survive centuries and centuries without losing its important. Historians can trace London’s history back to 47 AD. The Tower of London gives you a feel about the history within its walls. Some of the most prominent figures in the history of London and the world lived or were imprisoned in the Tower of London. It is strange and awe inspiring to be walking in the same building as William the Conqueror, the Tudors, and Henry III. History is what makes London great and there is no place better to see its history than the Tower of London.

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Tower Bridge

Tower Bridge

One of the most famous icons of London, Tower Bridge is definitely a must see for anyone visiting London. The bridge is suspended over the famous River Thames and is a very popular attraction for tourists and locals alike. The bridge was originally opened in 1894 and has been very well maintained over the years. The Tower Bridge has been a popular tourist attraction ever since its construction started.

The best part about visiting the Tower Bridge is that there are multiple ways you can enjoy it. You can observe it from the sidelines and take iconic photographs. You should also definitely visit the walkways on top of the towers. You’ll get a view of London like no other and will be able to truly take in the amazing history of London. There is even a glass floor on the walkway so you can look down at London life from up high.

The Tower Bridge is a prominent part of almost every major festive event or sporting competition which happens in London. It also has its fair share of history which is part of London lore now. People have even done unofficial flybys on the bridge multiple times.