On these pages we will walk you through the streets of this magnificent English city, London highlighting some unforgettable sights.
It’s a fundamental London travel guide to all the classic, must-see places in England’s capital city. Complete with location, contact info, cost, hours of operation and the closest tube stations, you can begin planning a trip right away.
London Tourist Attractions
London Parliament & Big Ben
The legislative branch of the British government occupies what is officially called the New Palace of Westminster, situated on the original site of Edward the Confessor’s Palace of Westminster.
Buckingham Palace is the headquarters of the British Monarchy and is used as both a home and office. Soon after George IV took the throne, he ordered that Buckingham House.
Having started out, in 1834, as grocery and tea merchants in Stepney, East London, Harrods has become one of London’s premier West End shopping venues and one of the most famous stores in the world.
London Madame Tussauds
One of London’s most consistently popular attractions, Madame Tussauds has the finest collection of wax models of contemporary and historical figures in the world.
London Millennium Dome
The 768 million Millennium Dome, the world’s largest enclosed space, opened on the first day of the new millennium, January 1, 2000.
Tower Bridge & Tower of London
Constructed between 1886-94, Tower Bridge is one of London’s most recognized sights. It is the first of London’s Thames bridges and the only one which can allow the passage of shipping underneath.