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Below is a short introduction to the main London attractions and sightseeing locations, representing just a selection of the landmarks covered on our London tours.


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Big Ben
One of London's most famous landmarks and immortalised in Disney's "Peter Pan", Big Ben is accurate to one-tenth of a second.
Big Ben



Buckingham Palace
Buckingham Palace is the official London Royal Palace. Built in the 18th century, the palace became the royal residence during the Reign of Queen Victoria.
Buckingham Palace



Harrods
London's most well known store is regarded as a London institution- it is truly the place where you can find anything!
Harrods



Hyde Park
London's largest park is a magnificently peaceful area, a world away from the commotion of city life. The Serpentine lake that streches across the park is a popular place for boating and rowing and is home to the official Princess Diana memorial in London.


Hyde Park



The London Eye
London's latest architectural marvel is the world's largest wheel of its kind and sits impressively looking over the River Thames, offering breath-taking views of the city.
The London Eye



London's Museums
As one of the world's leading historical cities, it comes as no surprise that London is full of museums to cater for all the different tastes and interests. Among the most notable are the Science Museum, The Natural History Museum and the Victoria and Albert Museum, all located within Kensington.
London's Museums



Marble Arch
Now found on one of the entrances to Oxford Street, Marble Arch was was once the outer entrance to Buckingham Palace and is still a popular London landmark.
Marble Arch



Oxford Street
Situated at the heart of West End shopping, Oxford Street is home to many of the biggest international retailers from all over the globe. Oxford Street is also at the centre of London's christmas festivities, with the famous Oxford Street Xmas lights being lit every year.
Oxford Street



Parliament Square
The striking Houses of Parliament together with Parliament Square represent the country's past and present governments. Memorials to many of the world's most influential figures can also be found here.
Parliament Square



Park Lane
One of London's most exclusive streets, Park Lane is home to many of London's most recognised hotels and motor car show rooms from around the world.
Park Lane



Piccadilly Circus
Home to some of London's finest shops, Piccadilly is at the centre of West End shopping. A photo at the Eros statue is obligatory for all visitors!
Piccadilly Circus



Royal Courts
Found on the boundary to the "city of London", the Royal Courts of Justice are where the most important legal cases are heard from all over the country.
Royal Courts



St Paul's Cathedral
The masterpiece of the architect Sir Christopher Wren contains the world's second largest dome after that of St Peter's in Rome. A symbol of the power and might of London, St Paul's Cathedral withstood the bombings of the Second World War and is home to one of the finest choirs in the world.
St Paul's Cathedral



The Monument
Built as a memorial to the Great Fire of London, The Monument is hidden deep within the streets of London to remind all visitors of the immense fire that destroyed London back in 1666.
The Monument



Tower Bridge
An instantly recognisable landmark, Tower Bridge offers some of the most spectacular views of the city of London.
Tower Bridge



Tower of London
Filled with London's history, the Tower has been fascinating visitors for over 300 years with its stories of torture and execution. Even today the famous black tower ravens can be seen circulating this british landmark.
Tower of London



Trafalgar Square
Trafalgar square is home to Admiral Nelson's impressive column and is always at the centre of London celebrations throughout the year.
trafalgar square



Westminister Abbey
A national shrine, Westminister Abbey is the setting for Royal coronations and is also the burial place to this country's most celebrated historical figures. The breathtaking architecture is combined with memorials to both distinguished royal and literary figures.
Westminister Abbey



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