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What Are The Important Tourist Spots In London?

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Shahzad Saleem Profile
Shahzad Saleem answered
London is located in the southeast of England. London has excellent links with the rest of the UK by rail, air and coach. It has easy connections to Europe like with Euro star train you can directly go to Paris.

London is a big city and the number of tourist spots is so huge and so entertaining that person start thinking that he should spend more time in London.For those who are visiting for the very first time, the most important place to visit is the great historical places like Houses of Parliament. You cannot see the whole house but some portions of it. Second world famous clock Big Ben and the Westminster Abbey.

The Tower of London is another most beautiful place to visit. Near Tower Bridge you can also see the Crown Jewels. Continuing the journey, Buckingham Palace, the residence of the Queen of London is open to the public. After a short walk you can see St James's Park from the central bridge. Whitehall is the centre of government. You can't walk towards the home of the Prime Minister but you can have a good view of this famous residence.
London is world class and famous place for entertainment; you will wish to see a musical or art gallery. Whatever your wish and taste is, you will love it and find London has great entertainment to offer.
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silver swan answered
The following are London attractions and events:

Wax museum
This museum is one of the most favorite tourist places in London. There are wax statues of Michael Jackson, Amitabh Bachchan, Jack the Ripper, Margaret Thatcher, Bill Clinton and many more.

British Library
The library is opened for public in 1998. There are lots of books on every topic and is the largest library in London.

Fortnum & Mason
Very old food shop; has been serving to Royal Family and ordinary public. It is most famous as well as expensive shop for its picnic hampers for an upper-class institution.

King's Head Theatre
This very small theatre and screen is so close that very scene seems to be real. Apparently it offers good value for your money. They serve dinner with drinks first, and then start a play.

Other places
National Gallery, Trafalgar Square, Westminster Abbey, Covent Gardens, St. Paul's Cathedral, London Eye, Harrods, Buckingham Palace, Tower of London, Tate Modern Museum, Royal Albert Hall, Harvey Nichols, Natural History Museum, Science Museum, Bethnal Green Museum of Childhood and Victoria & Albert Museum.

Parks
Kensington Gardens, Princess Di's Kensington Palace, St. James Park, Green Park

Shop mall and streets
Kensington High St.,Oxford and Bond.

Boutiques
Church St and Chelsea.

Boat trip on the Thames
Take the Eurostar Chunnel train to Paris or Brussels (2.5 hrs +/- each way).
Mellisa Turner Profile
Mellisa Turner answered

There are so many great places in London. Here's my 5 favourite:

* Tower of London
* British Museum
* Covent Garden
* Victoria & Albert Museum
* Westminster Abbey

Ram kumar Profile
Ram kumar answered

National Gallery, Trafalgar Square, Westminster Abbey, Covent Gardens,
St. Paul's Cathedral, London Eye, Harrods, Buckingham Palace, Tower of
London, Tate Modern Museum, Royal Albert Hall, Harvey Nichols, Natural
History Museum, Science Museum, Bethnal Green Museum of Childhood and
Victoria & Albert Museum.

Anonymous Profile
Anonymous answered
London is a very famous place.. All of the tourist spots there are all very important because each of them is part of London.

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