Revel in the energy of London with its millennium style urban setting offering a mix of a pulsating lifestyle of the modern era and a trend of yesterday’s world with its open natural scenic spaces. Try your hand at a fascinating culture, indulge in the nightlife magic and please your soul with delicious culinary by visiting these 14 beautiful places in the city of London.
Mounted Guardsmen ride past Buckingham Palace during the Changing the Guard ceremony, in London. Buckingham palace is the official workplace and residence of the Queen of London. The Changing the guard ceremony is free for all to watch and enjoyed by many tourists for the immaculate uniformity of the Queen’s Guard tradition.
Pedestrians walk across Westminster Bridge in front of the Big Ben Clock Tower. The clock tower complimenting the Westminster Palace has become an iconic symbol of London and is of great tourist interest.
The light trails of vehicles are seen in Piccadilly Circus, in central London. Crammed with tourists and locals throughout the day, Piccadilly Circus is popular for its many attractions such as London Pavilion and Criterion Theatre as well as for its illuminating nightlife with lit up streets offering pulsating nightclubs, bars and restaurants.
Traffic passes the Houses of Parliament in London. Houses of Parliament or The Palace of Westminster houses many important city attractions such as the Royal Gallery, Queen’s Robing Room, Prince’s Chamber and is a popular tourist destination.
People walk on the Millennium Bridge with St Paul’s Cathedral in the background in London. Noted among tourists for its brilliant design and eventful history, St. Paul’s Cathedral is one of the most popular sites in London and is a must visit for any London explorer.
A London Eye capsule, decorated to look like a London bus, moves past the Houses of Parliament overlooking the river Thames in central London. A famous landmark of London, any tour to London would be incomplete without witnessing the extravagant panoramic view of London from this giant observation wheel.
The new Millennium footbridge over the Thames, connecting Tate Modern with St Paul’s Cathedral. Spanning over the Thames River, the millennium bridge is cherished by tourists for its architectural beauty as well as its captivating view of St. Paul’s Cathedral, the Tower Bridge and The Shard.
Crowds queue to tour Westminster Abbey in London. For centuries, Westminster Abbey has been the altar for the most royal weddings of London. It is also a significant place of worship and a great insight into London’s history.
People punt on the River Cam in Cambridge, eastern England. Have the time of your life with a serene punt down the Cam River to enjoy the beautiful natural sights of Cambridge along with its famous Landmarks.
Spanning the divide between City of London and Southwark is the famous London Bridge. One of the most prominent bridges of London, the London Bridge attracts many tourists round the year for its exquisite views of the city, architectural brilliant and a bite of London’s enthralling history.
Hyde Park is another one of London’s most coveted tourist destination. The beautiful park is situated in the heart of the city and is one of the capital’s eight Royal parks. It is also home to famous London Landmarks and used for hosting important events and concerts as well as for many recreational activities such as swimming, running, etc.