Your Guide to London’s Top Tourist Attractions

Top Tourist Attractions

London - Top Tourist Attractions

London is synonymous with royalty. Everywhere you look evokes a feeling of grandeur and glamor that you won’t find anywhere else. But London also has something to offer for everyone, which is why it is one of the most visited cities in the world. Come and explore some of London's top tourist attractions (Checkout: London Holiday Packages


London - Top Tourist Attractions


Your Guide to London’s Top Tourist Attractions

When you’re in London, make sure to visit its iconic attractions, which include Big Ben, Westminster Abbey, Buckingham Palace, the Tower of London, and the London Eye. You’ll also want to take a stroll down Piccadilly Circus, catch a show at West End, and go shopping at the city’s high street stores. Here are some top tourist attractions in London.

The Tower of London and Tower Bridge

If there is one place in London where you really get to explore Britain’s rich history, it has to be the Tower of London. This World Heritage Site was built by William the Conqueror and has a huge display of royal armors and armaments. You should also see the famous Crown Jewels exhibition, the Royal Mint and the Beefeaters. And while you’re at it, don’t forget to take photos in the adjacent Tower Bridge.

Westminster Abbey

It’s hard not to be mesmerized by the beautiful Westminster Abbey featuring early English Gothic architecture. This abbey is also a working church since it was founded in AD 960 and has seen many historical moments in Britain including the internment of some of the country’s greatest monarchs like King Henry III and King George II.

Buckingham Palace

You’ll never run out of royal places to visit in London. But if there’s one place you should never miss, it has to be Buckingham Palace. Built in 1837, Buckingham Palace has been the home of the Royal Family since the accession of Queen Victoria.

The palace usually has the royal standard flying on its flagpole whenever the queen is home and if you’re lucky enough, you might just get a glimpse of the Royal Family if you visit during one of those special state occasions. But if you travel to London while the queen is away at her summer palace in Scotland, you can always book a tour of the palace’s State Rooms, Royal Mews and the Queen’s Gallery. Of course, you have to see the iconic changing of the guards at 11:30 AM every season.

Hyde Park

Hyde Park has been a favorite of locals since 1635 and is London’s largest open space covering 350 acres of land. Taking a stroll in this famous park, you will see some famous landmarks including an 18th-century manmade lake, Apsley House that was the first Duke of Wellington’s former home after his famous victory at Waterloo and Speaker’s Corner that offers a stage for free speech.

National Gallery

No trip to London would ever be complete without visiting one of the greatest art galleries in the world, the National Gallery. The gallery is home to more than 2,300 European masterpieces including the works of Michelangelo, Vincent van Gogh, Leonardo da Vinci, and Auguste Renoir.

Explore London with La Vacanza

London is a huge city packed with wonderful sights to see. So, why plan your trip alone when you can easily book one of the tours offered by La Vacanza? Whether you’re on a solo trip, a honeymoon or a group vacation, you’ll surely find a package that will cater to your every need.

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