Things To Do In London
London has many amazing sights and tourist attractions to visit.
A few of the more popular attractions in central London include:
– A 16-storey Gothic clocktower situated at the Eastern end of the Houses of Parliament.
– A large wheel that gives passengers a bird’s eye view of the city’s famous landmarks.
– One of the many homes that belong to the Queen. Visitors can take a tour of the palace and watch the changing of the guard.
– Famously known as Europe’s busiest shopping street. Oxford Street starts at Marble Arch on the west and finishes at Tottenham Court Road in West Central.
– a famous museum known for its life size wax models of famous celebrities and historic icons.
– The palace of Westminster is where the two houses of parliament are: the House Of Commons and the House Of Lords. Parliament is where the Government and opposition parties discuss matters about the country.
City Of London & Canary Wharf
– The financial capital of Europe. The bank of England is in the City and to the south east is the extension of the financial district: Canary Wharf.
– known as the heart of London, it is a famous tourist attraction with theatres, restaurants and shops.
– a famous icon that houses many global antiquities.
– The University is London’s premier educational institute. It is made up of 18 members institutions that include University College London, Kings College, City, Queen Mary, Birkbeck, London School Of Economics and Goldsmiths, amongst others.
If you’re interested in what goes on in the suburbs, on the outskirts of London, click the links below.
– located in the north west of Greater London, Watford has multiple transport links via the London underground, overground and bus.
– located in the west of Greater London, Uxbridge is on the London underground.
– located on the west of Greater London, Heathrow is London’s main airport along with Gatwick, Stansted, Luton & City Airports.
– located in South West Greater London, Richmond Park is a beautiful area that features deer and natural wildlife.
– located in South West Greater London, Twickenham is famous for it’s rugby stadium.
– located in Greater South London, Croydon has it’s own tram line.
– located in South East Greater London, Bromley has it’s own country park.
– located in Greater East London, Barking connects London to Essex and Kent.
– located in East London, Stratford is famous for hosting the London 2012 Olympic Games.
– located in Greater North East London, Enfield connects London to Hertfordshire and Essex.
– located in Greater North London, Barnet hosts it’s own cinema and Jacks Lake.
– located in North London, Finchley Central has many shops and the Finchley Lido close by with access to Hollywood Bowl & Restaurants.
– north of Finchley Central is the busy North Finchley high street with access to Clown Town Childrens Play Area.
– located between Finchley Central & Muswell Hill is East Finchley which has it’s own cinema & high street.