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Posts filed under: Major Attractions

Westminster Abbey is without a doubt one of my top places to see in London. In fact, I always return there on every visit.   Westminster Abbey has been England’s coronation church since 1066 and is the final resting place...
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Kensington Palace is a royal residence set at the western edge of Hyde Park, and is the official London residence of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge. Women in particular enjoy visits here as all of Diana’s famous dresses are...
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Take a jog, a bike ride or a stroll through this beautiful 350 acre Royal Park. Hyde Park is centrally located and easy to get to from anywhere you stay in London. Plan a summer trip to London and attend...
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Buckingham Palace is the official residence and workplace of the British Monarchy. It is one of the most popular London tourist attractions. Buckingham Palace has 775 rooms, including 52 guest bedrooms, 19 State rooms, 188 staff bedrooms, 78 bathrooms and...
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Piccadilly Circus. Probably one of the most famous places on earth, is also part of London’s famous West End, home to London’s theatre life, nightclubs, and LOADS of shopping!...
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Portobello Market…A Truly Unique London Shopping Experience! First, just let me say that if crowds aren’t your thing, then do not go here on Saturdays, because you’ll probably see more people here on a Saturday afternoon than you might see...
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Saint Paul’s Cathedral is the Church Of England’s Cathedral, designed by Sir Christopher Wren who remains one of England’s highest acclaimed architects. This is the famous church where the Royal Wedding of Charles and Diana took place. The cathedral is...
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Trafalgar Square is home for the famous Nelson’s Column, built to commemorate Admiral Horatio Nelson, who died at the Battle of Trafalgar in 1805.The square was named to commemorate the famous “Battle of Trafalgar”, in which The British Royal Navy...
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Churchill War Rooms were the Cabinet War Rooms, the World War II bunker underneath the streets of Westminster during the Blitz. During your visit here you’ll see the famous transcontinental phone room where Churchill had phone briefings with President Roosevelt and...
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Tower Bridge is undoubtedly the most famous bridge in the world, but is often confused in name with the also well-known London Bridge. This is a must see attraction, mainly for the photo op it provides. Tower Bridge Tours are...
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