Attractions in London

St Paul's Cathedral in LondonOn your visit to London you can not miss the best sights and attractions. Find out about its history, location and price information.

London has a rich architectural heritage, which is why it has many attractions for tourists, such as museums, cathedrals, churches, basilicas, palaces, squares and various historical monuments and world famous buildings.

Here is a list of places that should not be missed when visiting London – the top must-see sites in London.

London Big Ben

Big Ben

The Clock Tower of the Palace of Westminster, better known as Big Ben, is one of the most famous monuments to visit in London.Do not miss it.

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St Paul's Cathedral

St Paul’s Cathedral

The imposing Cathedral of St. Paul has the second largest dome in the world. Its amazing architecture will amaze you.

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Westminster Cathedral

Westminster Cathedral

The peculiar Westminster Cathedral is recognizable among all religious temples in London. Is close to Westminster Abbey.

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London Chinatown


A small piece of China in the heart of London. Chinatown is in the Soho and is famous for good shopping and restaurants.

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London City Hall

City Hall

The City Hall of London is one of the most futuristic buildings that can be seen in the city. Get a nice view of London from its terrace.

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London County Hall

County Hall

County Hall is an old building in the center of London whose interior has been transformed into an exciting entertainment and culture center.

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London Covent Garden

Covent Garden

Covent Garden is a must visit on your trip to London. Its market and its wide range of leisure activities are a must.

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London Hyde Park

Hyde Park

The Hyde Park is the largest and most important pakr in London where Londoners spend their free time in good weather. Worth the visit.

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London Eye

London Eye

The London Eye has carved a niche among the symbols of London. From the top you can enjoy magnificent and breathtaking views of the entire city of London.

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London Buckingham Palace

Buckingham Palace

Buckingham Palace is the official residence of the British monarchy.

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London Changing of the Guard

Changing of the Guard

The daily spectacle of the Changing of the Guard at Buckingham Palace is a great thing to watch.

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London Kensington Palace

Kensington Palace

Kensington Palace has been for more than three centuries the residence of many people of the English monarchy. Explore through its beautiful gardens.

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London Palace of Westminster

Palace of Westminster

The Palace of Westminster, also known as the Houses of Parliament, is a Victorian Gothic style building, and the headquarters of the British Parliament.

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London Piccadilly Circus

Piccadilly Circus

Do not miss the opportunity to stroll and discover Piccadilly Circus, one of the most important areas of London.

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London Millennium Bridge

Millennium Bridge

The Millennium Bridge is one of the newest pedestrian bridges in the city of London.

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London Shakespeare's Globe Theatre

Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre

The peculiar Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre will take you back in time into the seventeenth century.

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London Soho


The central Soho district of London is one of the main tourist areas of the city. Take a visit to see Chinatown and the Plaza Picadilly Circus.

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London The Monument

The Monument

Visit the monument of the Great Fire of London and discover a part of the history of the city.

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London Tower of London

Tower of London

Learn the secrets that hides inside the Tower of London, one of the most visited monuments in London.

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London Tower Bridge

Tower Bridge

Tower Bridge is next to the Tower of London and is one of the most celebrated and recognized bridges in the city and all over the world.

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London Trafalgar Square

Trafalgar Square

Discover Trafalgar Square, one of the nerve centers of London with several amazing monuments.

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London Westminster Abbey

Westminster Abbey

Westminster Abbey is a religious building and one of the historical highlights of London, where for years there have been coronations and royal weddings.

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