6 must see attractions in London

Find the best places to visit in London with our 6 must see London attractions!

The history of British royalty and the palaces still occupied by the royal family.

1. Buckingham Palace

Start your day visiting the main royal attraction in London; the Buckingham palace, the official residence of the queen Isabel II. Although it is it is commonly used as a venue for many royal events and ceremonies, in summer, it opens to visitors, so you could tour the wonderful state rooms and be delighted by special exhibitions.


You can also witness the change of guard, which is performed daily or every other day at 11:30 am, depending on the time of the year.

2. Tower of London

In this great fortress have taken place some of the most bloodthirsty events in the history of London, including torture, murder and beheading like Anne Boleyn’s arrest and execution, queen of England until May 19, 1536.

In this historic castle stand the crown jewels, the medieval chambers of the king and the White Tower, built by William the Conqueror.

3. Hyde Park

If it is sunny, do not miss it and go to one of the eight royal parks; among them stand out the Hyde Park, where you will find the fountain in memory of Diana of Wales, near lake Serpentine. If you continue to the gardens of Kensington, you will see the impressive monument dedicated to Albert, husband of the queen Victoria.

4. Five o’clock tea in The Orangery

If you are hungry, you must make a stop at The Orangery in the Kensington Palace, an impressive 18th century building, where you could enjoy a royal meal and, if the time is good, you could admire the impressive views of the palace and gardens sitting from the terrace. In addition, in the Orangery serve delicious homemade meals and tea at five, with cakes and pastries. Do not miss it!


5. London eye

It is the most popular touristic attraction in the United Kingdom and a must-see of any traveller in London. It was open in 1999 and nowadays it is still the tallest wheel in the world. It offers stunning panoramic views of the city and a ride lasts 30 minutes. We recommend you to buy your tickets in advance in order to skyp the line at the ticket office!

6. Tower Bridge

You shouldn’t leave London without visiting one of the most famous bridges all over the world: The London Tower Bridge. It is located on the Thamesis and it has a glass walkaway with spectacular views. If you have plenty of time do not miss the exhibition inside the bridge, where you can discover the Victorian engine rooms.


If you are willing to visit London either for short or long time, do not miss London´s best! Let a specialist like Premium Incoming DMC assist you and be your traveling companion.

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