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  • 1

    London Eye

    571 reviews

    I didn't go up because I heard it was very expensive and the line was insanely long. It's probably a really good view of the city, but not one I'm willing to wait an hour for.

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  • 2

    Tower Bridge

    455 reviews

    One of London's major constructions - worth a walk across, it is unique and still a remarkable creation. Oozes a London a few centuries old.

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  • 3

    Big Ben

    393 reviews

    Big Ben is the nickname for the bell in the clock tower but usually everyone uses the name to refer to the entire clock tower. It's an iconic sight in London but not much to do other than look at it.

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  • 4

    Trafalgar Square

    307 reviews

    A perfect place to meet and plan a day from. The Mall and Whitehall run directly from it, the National Gallery sits at one end, the National Portrait Gallery is just around the corner, St Martin-in-the-Fields is adjacent, good for classical concerts. Most great locations are very close and easily accessible by foot.

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  • 5

    Tower of London

    250 reviews

    I dream of Tower London never been there real life ... Love be there before pass out . My Goal first trip to London I love UK places

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  • 6

    The British Museum

    224 reviews

    For history lovers, a visit to the British Museum is a must. There's so much to see. The special exhibitions are also great.

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  • 7

    Piccadilly Circus

    238 reviews

    The energy around Piccadilly Circus is absolutely fantastic! The colorful neon lights, the beautiful statue, the stately buildings, the people AND the traffic!

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  • 8

    Harrods

    216 reviews

    Harrods is so much a part of London that even a non-shopper has to go there. Tea room makes nice restful break during day of sightseeing. Feels so British.

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  • 9

    Westminster Abbey

    177 reviews

    Wonderful place to tour around. The audio guide in English is done by Jeremy Irons. It takes a good couple of hours if walked slow.

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  • 10

    Camden Town

    163 reviews

    I think this is one of my favorite places to visit in London! It is a place so full of things to discover that you can spend a day walking around the various shops and stalls. Keep your eyes out for the West yard in Camden Lock (where they have the most amazing selection of street food, that you can ...

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  • 11

    Hyde Park

    153 reviews

    Hyde Park is really a park where you can took your families together your lovely children waking freely and without any pressure. Relax yourself!

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  • 12

    The National Gallery

    134 reviews

    Massive classic art gallery in Trafalgar Square, hosting works of the most famous painters in the world: Van Gogh, Monet, Manet, Degas, Turner, Rubens, Leonardo and many others. On top of that, entrance is completely free!

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  • 13

    Tate Modern

    136 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

    130 reviews

    The Thames River is one of the defining characteristics of London and is equivalent to the Seine River in Paris. It cuts across the London, so there are many bridges. Thus, you'll have plenty of opportunities to cross the Thames River, including the famous London Bridge, Tower Bridge, and Millennium Bridge.

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  • 15

    Borough Market

    114 reviews

    Borough Market offers a bit of everything. Fresh produce and meats are just some of the items to be found here. You can spend the afternoon just snagging free samples from the many vendors

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  • 16

    Natural History Museum

    112 reviews

    Go early. There will be a very LONG line to enter. Great museum and lots to explore. Great for all ages :)

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  • 17

    Oxford Street

    130 reviews

    Major shopping street containing most of the major department stores in the West End which has improved a lot trafficwise since cars were banned. Worth it for Selfridges.

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  • 18

    Covent Garden

    108 reviews

    Always lots happening, Plenty of energy 24/7. good for the half-price ticket booth as well. Lifts to the tube get crowded during theater hours.

    Popular withLocalHistoryFamilies
  • 19

    Madame Tussaud's

    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

    97 reviews

    As a mere mortal I've never been inside Parliament but I've walked by it a number of times. The best view is from one of the bridges, though you can get a decent shot of Big Ben from around Westminster Abbey. One thing I've noticed is that it feels like there's a protest going on every time I come here.

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