While you can admire the city’s buildings and skyline, there’s also plenty to do in London, and not just because it’s a full-on walk. London’s most popular tourist attractions, such as the Royal Opera House, Buckingham Palace and the Tower of London, are just a few examples.
You can also cross London Bridge at the end of Borough Market and cross the river to see one of London’s landmarks, Tower Bridge. There are several attractions, including the Millennium Bridge, which admires St. Paul’s Cathedral, and the Royal Opera House. Buses can go to and cross the Tower of Bridge, or you can see it from the top of Tower Hill, just a few blocks from Buckingham Palace.
Be dazzled as you approach the elegant, elegantly designed façade of the Royal Opera House, one of London’s most famous buildings. Enjoy the breathtaking views from the top of Tower Hill and enjoy the views of St Paul’s Cathedral and Buckingham Palace from its elegant facade.
It is possible to visit the Tower Bridge Exhibition and get a decent panoramic view of London. If there is one thing you are almost certain to do, then tremble to get photos of Tower Bridge, check out the official website below to find out the times for the bridge lift. There are so many things you can do in London, but if you’re doing one of them, you should try before you take off because it’s so much fun.
One of my favourite places to visit in London is Borough Market, which I saw in just over two hours. It is located in Borough Market, one of the most popular markets in London and also the largest market in the world. There is a separate museum, but it is located on the second floor, next to the market itself, so you can see everything in one place.
Hire an electric scooter and whizzing around Westminster Bridge is a great idea as you can see many interesting things in a short walk from each other. You can even get a free ticket to the start at Westminster Palace or Westminster Abbey, or you could end up in Trafalgar Square or Hyde Park.
Take a bird’s eye view of the city on the London Eye, or visit London Bridge and see some famous landmarks such as the Tower of London, the Empire State Building and the Royal Albert Hall. Take a walk along the River Thames, where you can see lions, lemurs and more. Climb to the top of the Shard and enjoy views from the viewing platform, as well as views over the Thames and London to Canary Wharf.
Visit the SEA LIFE London Aquarium and take a look at the wonderful world of the deep sea. The Thames is the true centre of London, and the Thames Clipper River bus service provides a quick and easy journey from London to Canary Wharf and other parts of the city.
London has some world-class museums, and the British Museum gets the best of both worlds – the world’s largest collection of ancient and modern art. London also offers a wide range of cultural events, such as the Royal Albert Hall, the London Aquarium and the Royal Botanic Garden.