10 Places That You Should Visit In London

London is a very beautiful place to visit. If you are going to London then these 10 places are worth going.

Tower Bridge

Tower Bridge crosses the River Thames and was built at the end of 19th century. You can take a boat ride that goes under the Tower Bridge for full experience. Don’t miss the two very important attractions nearby: the historic castle Tower of London from 11th century and the remaining of the Roman Wall that was probably built in the 3rd century.

Camden Town

This former industrial economic base has been replaced by service industries such as retail, tourism and entertainment. The area now hosts street markets and music venues which are strongly associated withalternative culture. Don’t forget to visit an amazing Camden Maket and Cyber dog store with futuristic fashion, club wear, rave clothes and live dancers inside the shop.


London is full of amazing museums and most of them are free. You can start with The British museum that is dedicated to human history, art and culture. Don’t miss the Natural History Museum that exhibits a vast range of specimens from various segments of natural history. Just around the corner there is Science Museum: a great place to see, touch and experience science first-hand. You can check in the description box where we added the link to all free museums in London.

Big Ben and Palace of Westminster

This British cultural icon was completed in 1859 and it lays at the north end of the Palace of Westminster, which is the seat of the Parliamentof the United Kingdom. The official name of the tower in which Big Ben is located was originally the Clock Tower, but it was renamed as Elizabeth Tower in 2012. Unfortunately, Big Ben is being renovated and will not be completed for couple more years. A few steps away is also an impressive gothic church, Westminster Abby.

London Eye

The London Eye is a giant Ferris wheel on the South Bank of the River Thames overlooking Big Ben and Westminster. When it opened to the public in 2000 it was the world’s tallest Ferris wheel. The structure is 135 m tall (443 feet) and the wheel has a diameter of 120 m (394 feet).

Little Venice

Little Venice is a neighborhood centered on an area of decorative houseboats and a partly tree-lined, three-way junction of canals. Little Venice is one of London’s prime residential areas and contains restaurants, shops, theatres and pubs. Definitely a refreshing site and something you do not expect to see in London.

Hyde Park

Hyde Park is London’s main park. It offers both world-class events and concerts together with plenty of quiet places to relax. In 2004 there was an opening of the fountains in memory of Diana, Princess of Wales.

Piccadilly Circus

Piccadilly Circus is a road junction and public space of London’s West End in the City of Westminster. It was built in 1819 to connect Regent Street with Piccadilly. It was named after a house belonging to a tailor famous for selling piccadills or piccadillies a term used for various kinds of collars. The Circus is particularly known for its video display and neon signs mounted on the corner of the building. We suggest to also visit it by night.

Buckingham Palace

Buckingham Palace is the most iconic royal building in the country. It is the London residence of Her Majesty the Queen and is one of only a few working royal palaces left in the world. Don’t miss the iconic ceremony Changing the Guard also known as Guard Mounting carried out by soldiers on active duty from the Foot Guards who have guarded the Sovereign and the Royal Palaces since 1660. Check the description box for the link to the updated guard mounting timetable.


Harrods is a luxury department store, now owned by the state of Qatar. The store occupies a 20,000 m2 (5-acre) site and has 330 departments covering 90,000 m2 (one million square feet) of retail space.