Big Ben & the houses of Parliament
The parliament of the United Kingdom is built on the north bank of the
Thames in the heart of the city.
Trafalgar square and Admiral's Gate
Trafalgar Square is the largest square in London and meeting point of the
Middle Ages until
With a height of 135 and next to the Thames this huge wheel offers a
spectacular view of the whole area of London.
In 1826, King George IV asked famed architect John Nash to expand the house
- then known
Tower of London
Originally built as a fortress by William the Conqueror to consolidate the
invasion of 1066. Later diff "
Shopping in London
The London markets offer a variety of goods from around the world and for
all budgets. The large department stores'
The famous bridge is 265 meters was completed in 1894. Is animated by
allowing large ships to continue
Squares of central London
Covent Garden, Leicester Square, Piccadily Circus
These three squares of central London a magnet for both tourists and locals.
The British Museum is the most famous attraction in the UK with 6.4 million
visitors a year
The famous wax museum Madame Tussaud's in London, you can see in real
When visiting London, an amazing trip can be done in the near Windsor Castle
in the homonymous location »
In the city there are two galleries of the organization Tate, the Tate
Britain and Tate Modern. H Tate Britain is the oldest
The Strantfornt is a small town near Birmingham, approximately 170 km from
London. The official
St Paul's Cathedral
The magnificent Cathedral of St. Paul built by Christopher Wren between 1675
and 1711. It is one of
The Royal Observatory of Greenwich
The Royal Greenwich Observatory since 1998 as a museum. Founded in 1675 by
the King of England
In Eltham in Greenwich London is a masterful example of art deco