Places to visit in London

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Places to Visit when flying from Heathrow or Gatwick Airport

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Many customers prior to arriving at the airport car take the opportunity to visit the many attractions London has to offer. Listed below are some of the most popular attractions.

London Eye

At 135 metres high you can see the skyline of London and a great view of the Thames.

Convent Garden

A great place to people watch and soak in the atmosphere with an abundance of shops, restaurants and street entertainers.

St Paul’s Cathedral

Designed by Christopher Wren this is a must visit for anyone. Th cathedral is literally steeped in history and the venue for many Royal weddings including Prince Charles and Princess Dianna.

Tower Bridge

Was completed in 1894 and took over 8 years to build and today nearly 40,000 cars use the bridge every day with the deck raised around 10 times a day.

Tower of London

The tower has been put to many uses over the years from a prison to a parliament. It now looks after the crown jewels.

Madame Tussards

World famous waxworks which was started in 1835 and its popularity never seems to wane with Royalty, the infamous and A list celebrities still attracting over 2 million visitors a year.

Buckingham Palace

Originally, built by the Duke of Buckingham in 1703 , however, after George III bought the building and it has the become home to the Kings and Queens of England ever since. The changing of the guard is a daily attraction seen by masses of people.

Windsor Castle

Is the Queens official residence and has been a Royal Palace for over 900 years, which is longer than some countries have been in existence. Much of the castle is open to the public.

Houses of Parliament and Big Ben

The site of the country’s legislative assembly. The House of Commons and House of Lords oozes history of all the famous parliamentarians who have sat in its chambers from Oliver Cromwell to Churchill.

London Parks

London has evolved over many centuries and one of its great assets over all capitals is its acres of parks.

  • Regents Park
  • Kensington Park
  • St James Park
  • Greenwich Park
  • Kew gardens
  • Whitehall Gardens
  • Hyde Park and speakers corner