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Tourist Attractions in London
London dotted with various breathtaking tourist attractions is one of the happening tourist destinations for tourists from all over the world. Perhaps this is the reason that it is thronged by thousands of tourists every year. From river to monuments, from churches to museums, London has endless tourist attractions that await your arrival during your Tours to Tourist Attractions in London.
The London Eye: Your England City Tours is no doubt incomplete without a tour to The London Eye, known as the world's largest observation wheel. A ride in the London Eye is the best way to view the whole of London City and that too in a span of just 30 minutes. Capable of handling 1, 500 visitors per hour, the London Eye comprises of 32 air-conditioned capsules. 
Buckingham Palace: Buckingham Palace, the official London residence of the Queen is one of the landmarks of London City. Also known as, the 'Buck House', Buckingham Palace will take you back to the historical era of London and of England on whole. 

Don't miss the Changing of the Guard Ceremony that takes place at the Buckingham Palace every day in summer and on every other day in winter. 

Big Ben: The Big Ben about which Virginia Woolf mentioned in her great novel "Mrs. Dalloway", is not just a clock. It's the name of the 13-ton bell, which is located inside the clock tower of the Big Ben. Having 23 feet square four dials, 14 feet long minute hand and 2 feet high figures, the Big Ben is one of the top attractions of London that one should visit during England Tours. 

Trafalgar Square: Nelson Column, the National Gallery and the flock of pigeons are the things that one will come across during a visit to the Trafalgar Square. Surrounded with the four bronze lions with a tall statue of Lord Nelson in the middle, Trafalgar Square lies ideally in the center of London City. Rest assured that you would in any case visit this fascinating place in London during London Tours because of its central location. 

London Bridge
London Bridge: Ever heard of the nursery rhyme "London Bridge is falling down..."? This is the same London Bridge about which we are talking. Set over the River Thames, London Bridge links the London City with Southwark. Lying between the Cannon Street Railway Bridge and Tower Bridge, London Bridge offers a fascinating site to the tourists visiting London City. 

Madame Tussauds Museum, famous for its rich collection of wax models is a one of the main attractions of London. Tower of London is yet another popular tourist attraction of London.

Greenwich area, Covent Garden, Wimbledon, The Houses of Parliament, Piccadilly Circus, London Dungeon, Kenwood House, London Zoo, Chinatown, Kensington Gardens, Hyde Park and Westminster Abbey known to witness the coronation of many kings and queens are some other tourist attractions in London that are worth visiting during London Travel.


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British Museum – Six million visitors a year can’t be wrong. People flock to this museum in their droves and have been doing so for just about ever. It is the oldest most respected museum in the world, and justly so, with a 2000 year old corpse from the Cheshire bogs, Egyptian mummies, and treasures from around the globe.

Buckingham Palace – This opulent palace was built in 1705 for the Duke of Buckingham, and is the London residence of royal family today. The Changing of the Guard, one of England’s most impressive displays of pomp and grandeur is practised at Buckingham Palace. 

Houses of Parliament – This magnificent neo-Gothic building has recently been prettied up with a bath and scrub, and its beauty has come shining through. So, even if you don’t get to listen in on the debates in the House of Commons, or the House of Lords, there are plenty of photo opportunities outside.

Hyde Park – There is much history to Hyde Park with it parading in different guises over the centuries, from royal hunting ground and the perfect spot for romantic duels in the early morning mist, to horse racing, and executions at midnight. Today it is purely recreational and a place for picnics and boating.
The Albert – 52 Victoria St., this is an exceptional pub and restaurant, with a quaintly Victorian decor of cut-glass windows and the original gas lighting. The first floor restaurant puts on a greatly recommended pub lunch that is comfortingly well priced.

Fortnum & Mason – 181 Piccadilly, Scones, cakes, and sandwiches, served with pomp and ceremony in one of Britain’s oldest and most respected traditions.

Bah Humbug – The Crypt, St Matthews Church, if you pluck up the nerve to enter this Gothic crypt in an old disused church, you will find it is the very essence of lush decadence with velvet cushions and old world decor. If you expect blood-sucking vampires to emerge from the gloom, you will be surprised to find it has an excellent vegetarian menu.

Botticelli Restaurant - 175 Northcote Road, this is a child-friendly restaurant that provides child-sized helpings, and highchairs for tiny tots. Sunday brunch offers children a half price meal. It is altogether a very pleasant establishment and well worth visiting.

The Argyll – 18 Argyll Street, pop in for a pint at this good old English pub, where quality of service is top priority and the grub is as good as its ales.

Admiral Duncan - 54 Old Compton Street, this is a great place for a fun evening with a cheerful ambience that welcomes both gay and straight clientele.

The Australian – 29 Milner Street, if your passion is cricket, then check out this pub that is located in one of the wealthier parts of London. Decorated with cricketing memorabilia it has been around since one of the earliest Australia and England internationals, when the boys took to wetting their whistles at its premises.

DogStar – Located at 389 Coldharbour Lane, SW9, one of the most happening places in London, this pub has brilliant DJ’s, great prices, and stays open long after lesser places have closed their doors.

Alexandra Palace Ice Rink - Alexandra Palace Way, bring your family to this ice rink in Alexandra Park, known as the “Ally Pally” with a capacity of 1,250 people, instruction is available for those who don’t know how to skate, Ally Pally and its international-sized venue is also home to the Haringey Greyhounds Ice Hockey Club.

Art 4 Fun at the Creative Cafe - 444 Chiswick High Road, this brilliant workshop welcomes both children and adults, artistic or otherwise, for hours of amusement and creative fun with pottery, wood, glass, and fabric items to be decorated to your design. 

Bramley’s Big Adventure - 136 Bramley Road, renowned for soggy, unpleasant weather, London’s parks are not an option when it is raining, Fortunately Bramley’s Big Adventure has come to the rescue of parents and provides an indoor playground with bars and swings, and areas for under fives, and their nannies or grannies.

Cats Kids Club - New London Theatre, Drury Lane, take your kids behind the scenes of Andrew Lloyd Webbers theatrical extravaganza, Cats. Children between the ages of eight and fifteen who have joined the Cats Kids Club can enjoy having their faces painted, playing drama games, and meeting the cast of the longest running musical in British theatrical history.

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London offers a fantastic diversity of population and supports a myriad of different lifestyles. Whatever your background or interest, you’ll find people of like mind and have the opportunity to express yourself freely. 
People of all ages and backgrounds flock to London for many different reasons. They include improved work prospects, better wages, a higher standard of living and the stimulation of living in a bustling metropolis. The city’s lifestyles vary considerably and the options are endless. From nightlife to sport, shopping to theatre, art to dining there’s always something to do and people to meet. 
London’s long-standing ethnic diversity is an important factor in its popularity with settlers from overseas. The strong economy of the City draws many people including graduates from around the country and beyond. The presence of large numbers of long- and short-term visitors also adds to London’s vibrancy. As with all big cities, there can be issues with traffic congestion, crowded public transport, long working hours and high costs of living but there are ample compensations and ongoing improvements on many fronts.
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