#10: St. Paul’s Cathedral — the seat of the bishop of London today. Five churches have been built here, with the first one in the 7th century.
#9: Trafalgar Square — a famous square in central London. At the center is Nelson Square, surrounded by fountains.
#8: The double decker bus — Take a ride in this London icon, a great way to tour the city.
#7: The Thames River cruise — Experience the city by water. Many of London’s attractions are visible from the cruise.
#6: Covent Garden — Literally a vegetable garden in the middle ages, today it is a hub of restaurants, pubs and shops.
#5: Tower of London — Built over 900 years ago, it is a historic landmark. Take a guided tour and learn about its many secrets.
#4: London Bridge — one of the world’s most famous bridges. Constructed in 1894, it is an engineering marvel.
#3: Houses of Parliament — Also known as Westminster Palace, it is the seat of London’s House of Lords and House of Commons.
#2: Buckingham Palace — This is the residence of the British monarch. The changing of the guard is not to be missed.
#1: The London Eye — Created for the millennium celebration, one of the world’s largest ferris wheels is a site to behold.
More about London:
Harrods Department Store
Houses of Parliament and Big Ben
London Albert Hall
London Covent Garden
London Hyde Park
London Leicester Square
London Natural History Museum
London Tower Bridge
London Trafalgar square
Oxford Circus and Oxford Street
St Pauls Cathedral
Thames River Walk
The National Gallery
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