If you have a plan to visit London, there is a list of the places where you must visit and tick each place one by one so that you don’t miss it. The tour to London is not complete until you don’t experience the extraordinary nature, history, infrastructure and the lifestyle of the capital.
Tower of London: In central London it is located on the North Bank of the river Thames. It is a historic castle and officially it is Her Majesty’s Royal Palace.
Buckingham Palace: It is located in the city of Westminster, basically it is the headquarters of London residence and administrative for the monarch of UK.
St. Paul’s Cathedral: It is a grade I listed building which is located on the highest point of city at the Ludgate hill. Basically it’s an Anglican cathedral where Bishop of London sits and also mother church of Dioses of London.
The British Museum: this is a public institution dedicated to the history of human, art and culture. It is located in the Bloomsbury, London.
The River Themes: This is the second longest river in the UK however it’s the longest river of England. It flows through the south of the England and includes London.
Natural history Museum: Huge ranges of specimens from various segments of history are exhibited here.
Coca Cola London Eye: It is located at the South bank of the river Thames and the tallest cantilevered observation wheel of the Europe.
The National Gallery: Located at Trafalgar Square in the city if Westminster. Basically it is an art museum with the collection of more than 2300 paintings.
Westminster Abbey: It is located in the west of Palace of Westminster in the city of Westminster with formal name that is the Collegiate Church of Saint Peter. It’s a Gothic Abbey church.
The Big Ben: It’s the great bell of the clock which is situated at the north end of the palace of Westminster.
You are going to feel unbelievable positive energy as a lifetime experience and will love to visit to the London again and again.