We set foot in Central London and took a straight entry into Buckingham Palace (where the queen stays). Change of Guards is a must see in many to-do lists but we couldn’t witness as it was on a break on Saturday. We dint go inside the Buckingham palace (as Windsor castle was on our list plus it was a huge queue on a weekend), but we were fortunate to watch the guard parade around the castle. A long walk around the palace leads to a beautiful water body surrounded by lush greens which opens into a pathway to the Westminster Abbey, with London’s eye in the backdrop – and it’s a site to behold.
4) Buckingham Palace: This is the most famous address of London for centuries. The palace is home of the 'Queen of London'. The best attraction is the change of Guard which happens daily in summers around 11.30am. The view of the parade is simply remarkable. Tourists throng here in huge numbers just to get a glimpse. Situated off Hyde Park, one can spend some time there before proceeding to the next location
4. The Buckingham Palace:
6) Buckingham Palace:Now nothing i will say about this Palace yes it is Queen's Victoria Palace famous world wide.The main attraction to see the change of guards in the afternoon around 1pm and there is huge people gathered around the Palace to see the big rally of the guards.
An evening in Buckingham,London eye,Ben ten royal church etc...