Designed by John Nash in 1830, Trafalgar Square is the largest square in London.
Nelson’s Column is the tall monument that dominates Trafalgar Square. It was built in the early 1840s to commemorate Admiral Horatio Nelson,…
Come for a ride on Europe's largest Ferris wheel. The views from the top are simply fabulous, especially at night.
The elaborate Palace of Westminster is home to both houses of the Parliament of the UK - the House of Commons and the House of Lords.
The most famous bell in Europe, perhaps even in the world, Big Ben, is one of the iconic landmarks of London.
First inhabited by Benedictine monks back in the 10th century, this Gothic church is one of the most important icons of London.
London's oldest royal park was established in 1603. It occupies an area of nearly 60 acres and it is located close to the Buckingham Palace.
This majestic palace is the official residence of British monarchs and is usually recognized as a symbol of UK's monarchy.
This long and broad promenade lined by tall leafy trees takes you from Trafalgar Square straight to Buckingham Palace.
A famous road junction and public space in London's West End was built in 1819.
Explore the restaurants, bakeries, nightclubs and enjoy the great atmosphere of Chinatown. It is well worth a visit.
With approximately 300 shops, Oxford Street is Europe's busiest shopping street and is home to a number of major department stores and many…
This medieval castle is one of United Kingdom's iconic sights and a weekend home for the Queen.
Eton College () is a public school for boys in Eton, Berkshire, England.
This 1869 clipper ship served as a tea trade ship for Jock Willis Shipping Line.
If you want to familiarise yourself with the history of the British navy and the naval history of the whole Europe, come to this museum.
If you want to stand on two hemispheres at the same time, visit this place where the meridian divides the Earth.
The Royal Observatory has played an important role in astronomical science.
This enormous white cathedral and one of London's tallest buildings serves as the seat of the Bishop of London and as a funeral site of…
This steel suspension bridge for pedestrians crossing river Thames in London (connecting St.
This phenomenal modern and contemporary art gallery is housed in a former power station designed by Sir Giles Gilbert Scott and built…
Come see the modern replica of the theatre where some of Shakespeare's plays were staged for the first time.
A fairly new concrete and steel bridge standing at the site where a number of bridges stood in the past. Very nice when illuminated at night.
This monument, built in the 1670s, commemorates the Great Fire of London which destroyed the centre of London in 1666.
Also known as Her Majesty's Royal Palace and Fortress, this complex was one of the many castles built as part of the Norman Conquest of…
Ships used to anchor here in the past. Now, this area is known as the Docklands and it is a great place to spend your time thanks to the…
This fascinating bridge is not only one of London's icons, but also one of the best-known bridges in the world.