Top 10 Best Holiday Destinations in London

by Europe Group Tours Tour Operator

Chaotic, vibrant and diversified culture is London’s identity, one of the biggest cities in the world of population of 8 million people. The city is known for its culture, fashion, finance, politics and trade and the most visited city by everyone in the world. The city houses to popular landmarks and getting around in the city is easy.  


1. The Royal Botanical Garden (Kew Gardens)


Botanical garden has the glass-like dome shape looks like a transparent train terminal. It has vast variety for exquisite plants and colorful flowers. The Royal Botanical Garden also contains a historic palm house with its very own green tropical rainforest that provides travelers an experience like never before, and an admirable glasshouse for alpine plants. It’s a sanctuary filled with green bliss and serene atmosphere. Thus London tour packages from India always have this place on their top list.


2. Palace of Westminster


The Palace of Westminster is recognized as the Houses of Parliament in the United Kingdom. The building was established in the 19th century and a magnificent example of Victorian neo-Gothic architecture. The House of Commons is situated to the north of the building and is covered with green leather upholstery whereas the House of Lords is in south and have red colored leather upholstery.


3. St. Paul's Cathedral


This famous Baroque structure was completed in 1710 by Sir Christopher Wren and the most fascinating attractions in London. It is the architectural gems and is one of Europe’s largest cathedrals.  The cathedral is wonderfully made with Corinthians columns and a huge dome. The dome spreads 366 feet into the sky that gives breathtaking views from top of the dome. This church is gigantic and has detailed design of the interior with its antique architecture and paintings are simply mesmerizing.


4. Trafalgar Square


Trafalgar Square is a large city square symbolizing Lord Horatio Nelson’s victory. The central structure within the square is a one tall column on which the iconic statue of Nelson stands looking over London. It is surrounded by four colossal lions and numerous beautiful fountains. Thus Trafalgar Square is one of the most celebrated city squares in the world giving a social and political place for tourists and Londoners alike.



5. Tower of London


The varied role served by the fascinating Tower of London down the centuries includes prison, royal palace, treasure vault, reserved zoo. It is Britain's most ideal structures; this splendid World Heritage Site amazes visitors about the country's rich history. Inside the massive White Tower, they showcases of royal armaments and armor, the popular  Crown Jewels exhibition, the Beefeaters, the Royal Mint, and gruesome exhibits are some of the major highlights.


6. London Eye


The London Eye is a large Ferris wheel situated on the banks of the great River Thames. It was established in the 2000s, due to this it is also known as The Millennium Wheel. The wheel stands tall at 443 feet and has a diameter of 120 meters provide travelers with a breathtaking 360° vision of London. It is pretty at night when it is lit up with bright neon colors. Tourists can enjoy a glass of royal champagne as they have a romantic ride in their London honeymoon packages.


7. Buckingham Palace


London holiday packages have significant position of iconic palace in the list. The Buckingham Palace has around 774 rooms and organizes great royal events, ceremonies, and garden parties. At every wall of this heritage palace are wonderful works of arts.


8. British Museum


The British Museum in London is constructed in 1753, a museum of human history and diverse culture. Its collections, contains more than seven million objects, from all over the world illustrating and documenting the story of human culture from start till now. Thus add this in your London travel packages.


9. Tower Bridge


The numerous travelers find the tower bridge truly charming. This bridge is constructed in Gothic style and has an amazing feature that lifts and the bridge is divided into two to ease traffic on the waterways. A leisure walk on the glass pedestrian is worth visiting. You can also visit inside and look the beautiful Victorian engine rooms which once powered the bridge lifts.


10. Big Ben


The Big Ben Clock Tower is 150 years old but still remains the prime tourist attractions in London. The name Big Ben actually refers to the 13 ton bell placed within the tower and Sir Benjamin Hall is the person from whom this iconic landmark got its name. The clock has become a favorite attraction for visitors by appearing in many films.


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