Changing of the GuardThe Changing of the Guard is one of the most popular ceremonies in London, which takes place outside Buckingham Palace.
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Heathrow AirportHeathrow Airport (LHR) is London’s largest airport and the busiest in Europe.
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Gatwick AirportGatwick Airport (LGW) is the second largest and most transited airport in London.
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Luton AirportLondon Luton Airport (LTN) is a small international airport located 1.
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Stansted AirportStansted (STN) is a small airport located approximately 40 miles from central London.
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Piccadilly CircusPiccadilly Circus is the most famous square in London.
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Trafalgar SquareDesigned in 1830 to commemorate the victory of the British Navy, Trafalgar Square is one of the most important and bustling spaces in London.
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ChinatownChinatown is located in the heart of Soho.
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Westminster PalaceWestminster Palace, also referred to as the Houses of Parliament, is a Gothic style building and is where the House of Commons and the House of Lords meet.
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Westminster AbbeyWestminster Abbey is London’s most famous and oldest religious building, where the monarchy is crowned and the remains of the Royal Family are buried.
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Tower of LondonAlthough the Tower of London was considered a symbol of terror for over 900 hundred years, it is currently London’s most popular tourist attraction.
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Tower BridgeSince its construction in 1894, Tower Bridge has become one of London’s most famous symbols.
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London EyeThe London Eye was built in the year 2000 to celebrate the new millennium.
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Buckingham PalaceBuckingham Palace is the London residence of the Royal Family.
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Big BenKnown as Big Ben, the Palace of Westminster’s famous clock tower has become one of the city’s most famous places to visit.
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Kensington PalaceLocated in Kensington Gardens, Kensington Palace has been a residence of the British Royal Family for over 300 years.
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The ShardThe Shard is Europe’s tallest skyscraper, standing 1,016 ft (309.
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The Old Operating TheatreThe Old Operating Theatre demonstrates Victorian surgery techniques in the oldest operating theatre of the UK.
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The MonumentThe Monument to the Great Fire of London was built between 1671 and 1677 to commemorate the victims of the Fire and celebrate its reconstructions.
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Shakespeare’s Globe TheatreThe Globe Theatre is an accurate reconstruction of the theatre built in 1559 in which Shakespeare performed his most famous plays.
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Apsley HouseLocated in Hyde Park Corner, Apsley House is a Georgian building completed in 1778 and home of the first Duke of Wellington.
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City HallDesigned by Norman Foster, the London City Hall is a futuristic building standing 150 feet tall on the banks of the River Thames.
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HMS BelfastThe HMS Belfast warship is a floating museum moored on the River Thames and is an important part of the Imperial War Museum.
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Sky GardenThe London Sky Garden is an incredible viewpoint occupying the three final floors of one of the city's newest skyscrapers.
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Stamford BridgeStamford Bridge is the stadium of Chelsea FC, one of the biggest and most important teams in England.
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Emirates StadiumThe Emirates is home to the legendary Arsenal FC, one of the biggest and best clubs in England.
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Olympic StadiumThe London Olympic Stadium was the centre of the 2012 Olympic Games.
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Wembley StadiumWembley Stadium is a historic temple to English football, which throughout history and to the modern day has been home to the England national team.
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Greenwich ObservatoryThe Greenwich Observatory is home to the international date line, and takes you through the astronomical discoveries from the 17th century onwards.
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British MuseumThe British Museum has over 5 million annual visitors and is one of the oldest museums in the world.
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National GalleryThe National Gallery is the most relevant art museum in London and one of the most famous worldwide.
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Imperial War MuseumThe atomic bomb, a human torpedo, tanks and military aircrafts are housed in the Imperial War Museum of London.
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The Wallace CollectionLocated in an eighteenth century mansion, the Wallace Collection houses one of the finest collections of works of art in London.
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Madame Tussauds LondonOpened in London in 1884, the world famous Madame Tussauds Museum displays worldwide celebrities made out of wax.
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The Natural History MuseumThe Natural History Museum in London is a museum on the natural world, its history and specimens.
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Science MuseumLondon’s Science Museum is an interactive museum offering its visitors science and technology in a unique and entertaining way.
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Victoria and Albert MuseumFounded in 1852, the Victoria and Albert Museum is the world’s largest museum of decorative arts and design.
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Tate ModernThe Tate Modern is the most important modern and contemporary art museum in the world.
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Tate BritainOpened in 1897, it was the first of the Tate network in the United Kingdom.
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Museum of LondonThe Museum of London records the history of the city from prehistoric to the present day through several models and unusual objects.
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National Portrait GalleryThe National Portrait Gallery is an art gallery with a vast collection of portraits of famous British people.
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London Transport MuseumThe London Transport Museum depicts the evolution of London’s means of transport throughout its long history.
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Sherlock Holmes MuseumOpened in 1990, the Sherlock Holmes Museum is dedicated to the life and period of the famous detective Sherlock Holmes.
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Sir John Soane’s MuseumSir John Soane’s Museum is a house-museum located in the neo-classical architect Sir John Soane’s home and studio.
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Legoland WindsorLegoland Windsor is an attraction park filled with shows and sights, all made of the famous LEGO blocks! Discover its world of adventures!.
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Cutty SarkThe Cutty Sark is a 19th century English boat, which once did the route between London and China.
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St Paul's CathedralDestroyed by the Fire of 1666, St Paul’s Cathedral was designed by Christopher Wren.
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Hyde ParkThe largest park in London, Hyde Park is where many locals and tourists go to relax and enjoy a bit of fresh air in its 142 hectares.
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Kensington GardensKensington Palace gardens, originally taken from its neighbouring Hyde Park were to the public in 1841.
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Regent's ParkRegent’s Park is probably the city’s most famous park, along with Hyde Park and is a definite favourite amongst Londoners.
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Green ParkGreen Park was a famous refuge for thieves and bandits until the nineteenth century when the park was re-landscaped.
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Camden TownCamden Town is the best-known part of Camden: popular thanks to its market and because the alternative style of its residents.
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HarrodsHarrods is London’s most famous department store.
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Portobello Road MarketThe Portobello Road Market is one of London’s best street markets.
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Covent GardenCovent Garden is one of London’s most charming neighbourhoods.
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Sea LifeLondon's Sea Life is one of the best family attractions in the capital.
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