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Things to do in London. 4....

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Luke’s Church in Chelsea Eastern London Borough Market One of London’s oldest pubs Tower Bridge The iconic “London Eye” The iconic “London Ey Big Ben Regent's Canal City of London Central London seen from Tower Bridge Royal Albert Hall At the Natural History Museum Many Europeans know London....

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Top Places To Visit 1811 Spots

South Bank of the River Thames, London SE1 7PB
One of London's most famous landmarks, and a once in a lifetime experience-but not worth trying more than once. However, the views are amazing-especially when the weather is clear and beautiful. I was lucky to go for it during London's heatwave, which meant perfect weather.
13 Reviews
Buckingham Palace Road, London SW1A 1AA
Buckingham Palace is the residence of the Queen of England. No matter what time of the day you show up at the palace gates, it will be packed. Although the iron gates always stay bolted shut, a glimpse at the Queen's residence is enough to have you gaping. Plus, the change of guard is something worth checking out, though I'm not too sure of the exact time of day it happens.
15 Reviews


About London

2. England- The London Tube: There are a lot of things you can love about England, but nothing is more enchanting than having time to spare and watching the London tube at rush hour. From the unwritten rules of staying to the left on escalators to the packed like sardines carriages, the tube can give you new found respect for space. The tube stands for everything ‘London’. Add the fact that they scaled new heights in design whilst creating the new tube map.

Best Time To Visit

Best time to visit London is from May to July
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