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  • 41

    South Bank

    47 reviews

    I really enjoy this part of London on the South side of the bank of the River Thames, that runs from Westminster Bridge eastward until the Tower of London. Everytime visitors ask me what to do in London, I always say, start from Westminster, go across the Bridge and walk toward the East until either you are running out things ...

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  • 42

    Hamleys Toy Store

    Hamleys Place page 188-196 Regent Street London, UK W1B 5BT, United Kingdom
    44 reviews

    OK Toy shop, but not the same since they rebuilt it and took away the giant model railway that used to run around the first floor balcony

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  • 43

    Big Bus Tour

    48 Buckingham Palace Road, London, United Kingdom
    41 reviews

    As touristy as it is, this is the easiest way of getting around the city and seeing many of the spots. Also, the ability to hop on and off works well to see a lot as well.

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  • 44

    Hampstead Heath

    Hampstead Lane, London NW3 2 United Kingdom
    36 reviews

    You can spend days, weeks, months roaming all over the Heath. Bathing too and plenty of secluded bits. Lots to do, and plenty of places to buy lunch in Hampstead.

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  • 45

    Carnaby Street

    31 Carnaby Street, London, United Kingdom
    45 reviews

    Just off the ultra busy/crowded Oxford street is a cute little street that offers unique boutiques, cool shops, and a more sane shopping environment that is Carnaby Street.

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  • 46

    Oxford Street

    London, United Kingdom
    45 reviews

    As a bona fide shopaholic (amongst other "holic" things), I must fight the crowd and do a shopping spree on Oxford Street. High street fashion is good value and aplenty here! Let the bargain hunting begin!

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  • 47

    Royal Albert Hall

    Kensington Gore, London, United Kingdom
    38 reviews

    Part of the "Museumland" complex in South Kensington. The home of the "Proms" as well as a number of other events. To me it is an amazing building from the outside but can be very cramped inside.

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  • 48

    Portobello Market

    37 reviews

    Spend a morning walking down portobello. Antique shops abound at the start of the road. pick up a set of antique spoons, some china or a gas mask from the second world war. Midway, you start to see and hear the vegetable market. And towards the end, you'll find find funky clothes. Pop into a pub for a bite and ...

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  • 49

    Brick Lane

    45 reviews

    If you are in London only to visit poetic sites of great historical significance and to experience London at it's most elegant, then this is not the place for you. But if you are thoroughly interested in local culture, you should pay a visit. In many ways, Brick lane is the essence of contemporary London.

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  • 50

    Camden Lock

    Camden Lock
    42 reviews

    Coolest attract in Camden Town, besides people watching, is watching the locks move and the canal boats turn...over a pint on the patio of a nearby pub!

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  • 51

    The Monument

    Monument, City of London, London EC4R, UK
    45 reviews

    The Monument to the Great Fire of London, or just The Monument for short, is another awesome architectural work designed by Sir Christopher Wren. Standing at 62m above the ground, the stone Roman Doric column is the tallest isolated stone column in the United Kingdom, and was built to commemorate the Great Fire of London (1666). At the top of ...

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  • 52

    Olympic Stadium

    Olympic Park, London E15, UK
    30 reviews

    Access at the moment is not possible, but I was really impressed when I went to the Paralympics in 2012. A state of the art stadium.

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  • 53

    Kensington Palace

    Kensington Gardens, London W8 4PX United Kingdom
    35 reviews

    Kensington Palace provides for a very nice and relaxing environment for a residence (for the Royals) within the beautiful Kensington Gardens.

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  • 54

    Kew Gardens

    Kew, Richmond TW9 3, UK
    29 reviews

    Have great memories of taking my grandparents there in summer - they absolutely loved it. Thoroughly enjoyable day out especially in summer. They also organise summer concerts which is an amazing experience it not raining!

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  • 55

    Wembley Stadium

    Arena Square, Engineers Way, London, United Kingdom
    34 reviews

    Absolutely fantastic stadium and the home of English football. Beautifully designed and a really great venue with fantastic atmosphere

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  • 56

    Fortnum & Mason

    181 Piccadilly, London W1A 1ER, United Kingdom
    35 reviews

    One of the few places in London that offers gluten free afternoon tea (complete with gluten free finger sandwiches, pastries and scones!) without 24 hours notice. Booking highly recommended though.

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  • 57

    Regent Street

    Regent St, London, UK
    36 reviews

    The fighting of the crowd continues (see review of Oxford Street), as I turn from Oxford on to Regent Street for slightly more exquisite shops for my shopaholic shopping spree.

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  • 58

    Apple Store Covent Garden

    Covent Garden, 1-7 The Piazza, London, Greater London WC2E 8HA, UK
    34 reviews

    It is a store selling Apple products, if that is what you need then this is the place. There is also one on Regent street, go wild and visit both in one day.

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  • 59

    Changing of Guards, London

    34 reviews

    Changing the Guard at Buckingham Palace encompasses colourful spectacle and British pageantry. The ceremony lasts about 45 minutes and usually takes .

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  • 60

    London Bridge

    London, United Kingdom
    42 reviews

    It never fails to amaze us how many people mistake the Tower Bridge for the London Bridge. Temper your expectations, hunt out this seemingly mundane structure, but remind yourself of the history it indicates. Appreciate it for what it is; don't downgrade it in comparison with a more impressive and recognizable landmark.

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