Visit the City of Dreams: London

London, it is world’s most visited cities and has something for everyone. Immersed in history, London’s buildings are striking milestones and a great many of them include the Westminster Abbey, Tower of London and Big Ben among many others. These are some of the recognizable landmarks of the city, which are quite famous. From history to culture to fine food and good times, London has it all. The architectural grandeur of London rises up all around you, making you mesmerized.

London, being the political, economic and cultural capital of Britain, has many renowned tourists’ destinations. However, taking about overall city, it is spread over an area of 1572 square kilometers and has more than 200 museums, 600 cinema screens, and 108 music halls. London is known to be the center of the world and without any doubt, London is world in one city. It has been blessed with a wealth of different cultures and communities. The city speaks more than 300 languages and has cuisine from over 70 countries. Being rich in multicultural population, London is a leading global city.

Not only this, London has world’s greatest attractions like from royal palaces to the people’s parliament, from museums and churches to riding a giant Ferris, it has it all that you crave for. Some of the attractions of London are:

  1. Buckingham Palace:Built in 1837, Buckingham Palace, has been the residence of the Royal Family in London since Queen Victoria’s accession. Seeing the Changing of the Guard, and experiencing a traditional afternoon tea is a great way to tour the palace.
  2. Madame Tussauds Wax Museum in London: Pose with your favourite superstars, talk to celebrities including Hollywood and Bollywood stars, sports personalities and political figures. All this can be experienced at the illustrious Madame Tussauds Wax Museum.
  3. Westminster Abbey: Westminster Abbey has a long association with British royalty, and it is officially known as the Collegiate Church of St. Peter in Westminster. Also, it was founded by Edward the Confessor in 1065 as his place of interment.

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