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  • 1

    London Eye

    4.5
    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

    4.5
    449 reviews

    The Tower Bridge is another iconic sight for London. At least when you see it, you can do something like walk across the bridge since there's the Tower itself on one side of the Thames and London City Chambers, and the various Southwark places to visit like the Globe Theatre and Tate Modern further along the Queen's Walk on the ...

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  • 3

    Big Ben

    4.5
    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

    4
    303 reviews

    Lovely square full of street performers and surrounded by gorgeous buildings. Admiral Nelson presides over the huge column opposite the entrance to the National Gallery

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  • 5

    Tower of London

    4.5
    246 reviews

    See the Beefeaters, see the legendary Tower, see the eerie ravens... A great trip, just beside the Monument and bordering the Thames.

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  • 6

    The British Museum

    4.5
    219 reviews

    Free eye-opener tour of the Enlightenment Gallery daily at 12.30.The Enlightenment Gallery: Room 1 completed in1828, this magnificent room was designed by the architect Robert Smirke to house the library of King George III. It contains an exhibition about the Age of Enlightenment, a time when people - including the collectors who created the British Museum.

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  • 7

    Piccadilly Circus

    4
    237 reviews

    Piccadilly Circus is always very busy, but there is a lot to do in the area if you don't mind fighting a crowd.

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  • 8

    Harrods

    4
    214 reviews

    I am a sucker for Harrods.... I could go there everyday and just get lost wandering through the departments. Even if you don't buy anything, it's worth a trip.

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  • 9

    Westminster Abbey

    4.5
    172 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

    4.5
    150 reviews

    Great place to spend the day especially in spring. Kids will love it, especially little ones. There is something for everyone and it's a huge park to explore so plan on spending a day or just many weekend afternoons.

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  • 11

    Camden Town

    4
    161 reviews

    This is a fun place to walk around and explore the flea market that lives here. The place is huge, and there is a lot to do. Prices can be affordable, but be prepared to haggle.

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  • 12

    The National Gallery

    4.5
    132 reviews

    The museum I visit most often. Surely one of the best places to visit in London - situated right on Trafalgar Square, it is completely free to get in. An incredible collection of art - head to the earliest stuff and work your way through the centuries to the Twentieth Century, ending with Van Gogh's Sunflowers, Cezanne, Klimt. The Leonardo ...

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  • 13

    Tate Modern

    4.5
    135 reviews

    We visit Tate Modern every time we are in London. The permanent collection changes and there is always some interesting temporary exhibition. There is no admission fee. We also always visit the 7th floor restaurant for the reliably good menu and the excellent view.

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  • 14

    River Thames

    4.5
    128 reviews

    The River Thames cuts through the city of London, separating the city of Westminster from Central London. It is lined by many of London's famous landmarks, including the London Eye and the Houses of Parliament, and crossed by some of London's infamous bridges, such as The Tower Bridge, London Bridge, and Waterloo Bridge.

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  • 15

    Borough Market

    4.5
    110 reviews

    We always try to find a good local market and stock up on snacks and fruit when we travel. This market had a brilliant selection that helped us to keep our tummies and our budgets happy while in London!

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  • 16

    Natural History Museum

    4.5
    111 reviews

    Another of my favourite museums in London. I have an affinity with the Icthyasaur on display in the lobby as I remember watching it being excavated as a child.

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  • 17

    Covent Garden

    4.5
    108 reviews

    Covent Garden was one of my favourite spots in London. I think it's a pretty magical place to take a date, or even grab a bite with your friends. There's lots to see and everything is pretty.

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  • 18

    Oxford Street

    4
    130 reviews

    Londons' main shopping street has an excellent array of shops but is unfortunately an absolute nightmare to navigate when its busy.

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  • 19

    Madame Tussaud's

    4
    124 reviews

    This was my first time at Madame Tussaud's so of course it was a real laugh. You get to see wax figures of every top Hollywood star, movie characters, historic figures. It is a very fun thing to do with family, kids and friends if you've never done it. You can buy tickets in advance and also get discounted combos ...

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  • 20

    Palace of Westminster

    4.5
    95 reviews

    The Palace of Westminster in London is like our Capitol Building in Washington DC. The Palace is the home to both the British legislative bodies, the House of Commons and the House of Lords.

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