A short journey is not long enough to experience everything London has to offer. You can visit with the the its Medieval castles as well as music halls and museums. Here are a few sights for you to see when visiting this great city.
1. Kew Gardens
Kew Gardens is London’s biggest UNESCO World Heritage location. This garden has the most diverse botanical and its unique types worldwide. Here, there are 30 thousands kinds of flowers as well as plants and 14 thousands trees reside. The main thing to visit here is the Temperate House which is the world’s biggest Victorian glasshouse.
2. London Eye
London Eye is the UK’s most favorite tourist location. It’s the best place to get a bird’s-eye view of the London and its buildings such as the Walkie Talkie and the Shard. It used to be the world’s tallest Ferris wheel in 2000, however, Star of Nanchang in Chine surpassed it in 2006.
3. Madame Tussauds
London’s Madame Tussauds waxwork museum is one of the most famous one of the franchise worldwide. The reason is because the museum puts up new celebrity wax figures up for display very often. Here, you can take picture with Meghan Markle or Benedict Cumberbatch and many more of the wax figures.
4. Tower Bridge
Today, Tower Bridge is a the symbol of London that is well known all over the world. make sure to surely visit here on a sunny day and take many fantastic pictures.
5. Hyde Park
This is one of London’s largest parks. Also, this park is connected to Kensington Gardens as well as Green Park. While you’re there, visit the Albert Memorial & Kensington Palace. Also, you can go to the Serpentine Galleries for great contemporary art.
6. Oxford Street
In Oxford Street, you will find many retailers, high-street stores as well as designer boutiques. You’ll see British department stores such as Selfridges & Liberty and as well as famous toy store Hamleys on Regent Street near here.
7. The Shard
This architecture is the work of Renzo Piano who’s famous for many world-class designs, like the New York Times Building in Manhattan. The Shard is really a great sight as it attract both the locals as well as tourists.
8. Royal Albert Hall
The Royal Albert Hall is a good example of the money spent is arts during Victorian times. This hall hosted some of the biggest performers in classical & modern music and has held the yearly Proms concerts as well as the BRIT Awards.
9. Buckingham Palace
Buckingham Palace is home to the royal family since the ruling of Queen Victoria from 1837. Today, the palace is the British state’s property and has become a tourist destination and a true symbol of Britain. The major attraction here is the Changing of the Guard.
10. British Museum
British Museum was the 1st national public museum in the world. Today it is Britain’s most favorite destination with more than 7 million visitors annually. Also, entry is free at the British Museum and includes access to the icons like the Ancient Egyptian structures, Rosetta Stone as well as Parthenon sculptures.