Top Ten Places to Visit in London (with pictures)

London, the capital city of the United Kingdom is one of the most visited cities of the world. It is an assortment in real senses of the word. From finding people of various ethnicity to tall structures dating from the Roman times, from magnificent palaces to museums with exquisite artifacts, from the luscious green parks to high end stores ……… London has it all. It is famous for being a spot for some of the world’s best restaurants, pubs, bars and clubs. It is also known for its art and theater with a home to many play theaters, museums and art galleries. London is also a home to some of the most prestigious colleges and universities of the world. With a well connected network of buses, cabs, trains and tubes, traveling within London is easier and affordable too. Standing on the banks of River Thames, this city is as old as 43 AD. While the city is highly modernized, it still conserves its royalty and culture.

London cannot be discovered in a day or two but we bring to you the top 10 places to visit in London.

10. Royal Observatory

Overlooking the River Thames, is the is the Royal Observatory in Greenwich, London famous for the location of the Prime Meridian. The Prime Meridian divides the earth’s eastern and western hemisphere. It has a planetarium and astronomy center. You can view Astronomy exhibitions, go on a space safari tour, learn about International Space station and space missions, watch interactive shows about life beyond the planet, learn the history of time and astronomy and take a guided tour of the observatory. It is open daily from 10 AM to 5 PM. Price tickets for Adults is £22.50, Children is £11.50 and is free for kids under 5 years.

Click next page to see more

Pages: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

• CEO & Publisher @vlmagafrica • Founder @vlmediaafrica & @besthandsng • Media Mogul •Entertainer Lions Don’t compare themselves With Humans

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This is a demo store for testing purposes — no orders shall be fulfilled. Dismiss

Powered by