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  • 1

    London Eye

    Westminster Bridge Road, London SE1 7PB
    566 reviews

    This is such a stunning attraction, and a must for those who are not scared of heights and want the ultimate view in London without getting into a helicopter.

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  • 2

    Tower Bridge

    Tower Bridge Road, London SE1 2UP
    449 reviews

    It's an awesome outdoor activity that's free! It costs money to go up into the towers, but it's awesome just walking across, taking pictures (the evening with the lights is really beautiful), and exploring the other side of the Thames!

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  • 3

    Big Ben

    Bridge Street, London SW1A 2 United Kingdom
    387 reviews

    One of my favorite parts of London. I couldn't get enough views of this iconic monument. Just wish you could go up inside it.

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  • 4

    Trafalgar Square

    Trafalgar Square, London WC2N 5DX United Kingdom
    302 reviews

    Another if London's most famous squares, Trafalgar was high on my list of things to visit. Unfortunately, there was construction and preparation for a massive concert going on while I was in town, so most of what I got to see was partially covered or obscured. The area is nice, however!

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    Tower of London

    Tower Hill, London EC3N 4AB United Kingdom
    246 reviews

    This is one of my favourite London attractions. I used to work closeby and have a season pass, so I spent many a lunchtime wandering around the grounds, and it never got old. It looks incredibly impressive in person, and there's so much history to explore. Also love it when they have actors dress up and walk around explaining things ...

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  • 6

    The British Museum

    Great Russell Street, London WC1B 3 United Kingdom
    219 reviews

    One of the most amazing museums in the world. Don't expect to get through this massive museum and see everything in one day. With a little bit of everything it will surely amazing all walks of life. Can get VERY crowded with school trips, tourists and locals so be patient because it's worth the visit.

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  • 7

    Piccadilly Circus

    United Kingdom
    236 reviews

    Busy, busy, busy. I can certainly see why they call it a circus! It was neat to see but not all that interesting in general. I would suggest stopping for a pint in the area to really enjoy the madness of the city.

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    87-135 Brompton Road, Knightsbridge, London SW1X 7XL, United Kingdom
    214 reviews

    This building is huge! If you are a shopaholic like me, set aside at least a few hours to get lost in here. It is big enough that there's something for everyone.

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  • 9

    Westminster Abbey

    20 Dean's Yard, London SW1P 3PA
    171 reviews

    So much has happened and continues to happen at Westminster Abbey, and the bodies of most of British history seemed to be buried under the church.

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  • 10

    Hyde Park

    150 reviews

    London is such a walkable city. The best part about it are its numerous parks. Hyde Park is like a giant green lung in the middle of central London - where on can just stroll in and get some nature time. I use it as a route when I walk from Queensway / Bayswater to High Street Ken. On Sundays, ...

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  • 11

    Camden Town

    Camden Town, Greater London, UK
    161 reviews

    Located just down the block from the Stables Market, this outdoor market features lots of clothing, crafts, and accessories - especially the type to appeal to teenage hipsters. There's also outdoor food stalls and places to perch and eat, so it's a great on a sunny afternoon.

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  • 12

    The National Gallery

    Trafalgar Square, London WC2N 5DN United Kingdom
    132 reviews

    The collection is extensive, and you would need more than one day to truly appreciate everything there.

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  • 13

    Tate Modern

    Bankside, London SE1 9TG United Kingdom
    135 reviews

    Much more our speed than the National Gallery, the Tate is at the forefront of innovative art and design. Our favorite installation when we visited was "Thirty Pieces of Silver" by Cornelia Parker.

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  • 14

    River Thames

    128 reviews

    The River Thames is great to walk along and take pictures of all the amazing sites of old and new buildings that run up and down it. Just note that the big bridge is Tower Bridge...London Bridge is actually very small

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  • 15

    Borough Market

    8 Southwark Street, London SE1 1TL
    110 reviews

    This was probably my favorite part of London. The food is amazing, and there is so much there! We went every week while we were in London and I still couldn't get enough.

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  • 16

    Natural History Museum

    Cromwell Road, London SW7 5 United Kingdom
    111 reviews

    This is such a fantastic museum - it's great that nearly all London museums are free Great place to amuse children for hours. Look online for their late nights for adults with booze and sleepovers for children.

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  • 17

    Covent Garden

    Covent Garden, Westminster, London WC2E 8, UK
    108 reviews

    This is the setting for Eliza Doolittle in George Bernard Shaw's Pygmalion, when she walks around selling flowers in front of the vegetable market in the beginning of the play. Visit the 'vegetable market' which now houses an arts and crafts market - a nice place to buy unique gifts for friends and family. There's also an antique market in ...

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  • 18

    Oxford Street

    Oxford Street, London W1D 2 United Kingdom
    129 reviews

    Oxford street, much like Time Square, is avoided by real Londoners at all costs as it is part of the Tourist circuit that surrounds Soho. The people you find on Oxford Street are local office workers and tourists, and they don't get along well come rush hour. Avoid at all costs between 5pm and 7pm during the work week. As ...

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  • 19

    Madame Tussaud's

    Marylebone Road, London NW1 5 United Kingdom
    124 reviews

    Le statue sono splendide ma dopo i primi 5 minuti lo stupore della perfetta esecuzione si affievolisce e il prezzo del biglietto torna alla mente! ideale per giornate di pioggia in cui si cerca un riparo per passare un po' di tempo al caldo!

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  • 20

    Palace of Westminster

    House of Commons, London SW1A 0AA
    95 reviews

    The Palace of Westminster dominates the Thames and is an absolute must. It's the home of the House of Commons and the House of Lords and the building is absolutely stunning - built in the gothic style and full of fun details.

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