London, set on the River Thames, is a modern city with history going back to the Roman times. It is one of the top tourist destinations. It is a vibrant city famed for its art, culture, music, theaters, and cuisine and entertainment venues. London boasts the royal palaces to the people’s parliament, from ruins of the Roman times to castles and cathedrals. London has innumerable site to explore. It is a living dream for everyone in the world. The city is a live example of perfect fusion of history and culture. London receives its visitors and settlers with an open heart, retaining its essence and dignity through its grand architecture, carpet-like gardens and lively streets.
You never fall short of things to do in London. Just open your eyes put on your shoes and walk through streets of London to witness the most culturally enriching architecture. Grab our all-inclusive London Holiday packages to make your experience similar to that of the view from the top of the Ferris wheel, absorbing everything in once. Top tourist attractions in London are:
- London Eye
- The British Museum
- Tate Britain and Tate Modern
- Piccadilly Circus and Trafalgar Square
- Covent Garden
- Madame Tussauds
- Hyde Park
- Greenwich and Docklands
- National Gallery
- Westminster Abbey
- Oxford Street
- Tower of London and Tower Bridge
- Churchill's War Rooms
- Kew Gardens
- Big Ben and Parliament
- St Paul's Cathedral
London is home to some of the finest restaurants with tastiest dishes in the world though the experience is going to be expensive. London also offers good takeouts, especially of the Southeast Asian variety which won't put a hole in your pocket.
Pub culture had always been a part of English history, so experiencing it becomes the must while in London. Though the English pub culture is quite different from that of Americans, In London pubs are more of a get-together sort of place rather than a partying planet.
London is one of the world’s best shopping hubs. London has something for every budget. Few most famous shopping stops are Oxford Street which is home to over 300 brands; Notting Hills with have small and unique shops which sell everything from rare antiques to organic food. Regent Street, is an impressively elegant shopping street which offers mid-priced to high-priced fashion and Jermyn Street is famous for men’s fashion and one can say its typically British down there! Bond Street and Mayfair are all about luxury shopping and an ideal place for extravagant retail therapy and Carnaby Street features more than 150 brands and over 70 independent restaurants and bars.