London is a wonderful place to visit but you do need to plan in advance to make the most of your time. Visitors to London can count on hundreds of London activities and sights, spanning a variety of categories, to satisfy even the most adventurous of spirits.
London is considered an expensive city in the world and even though its home for many foreign migrants, still keeping its traditional heritage and surrounding. There is an incredible amount of points to consider: when to visit, what to see—. Most overseas travelers favor the summer months because of school vacations and warmer weather. July and August are also busy months for tourism, so keep that in mind if you want to avoid large crowds. London weather is quite unpredictable. So always carry both sunglasses and an umbrella. No visit to London would be complete without a ride on the famous “double-decker” buses.
City of London provides many attractions for visitors. Some of which are:-
1. Buckingham Palace:-Buckingham Palace serves as both the office and London residence of Her Majesty The Queen, as well as the administrative headquarters of the Royal Household.
2. The British London Eye:-The British London Eye is the world’s largest observation wheel and a permanent fixture in London’s skyline. The views over London during the 30-minute “flight” are sensational. The British London Eye has won more than 75 awards for national and international tourism.
3. St. Pauls Cathedral:- St Paul’s Cathedral is an Anglican Cathedral on Ludgate Hill, in the city of London and the seat of the Bishop of London. The cathedral is one of London’s most visited sites. St Paul’s Cathedral is the masterpiece of a man of genius, Britain’s most admired architect, Sir Christopher Wren, and one of the world’s best-loved buildings.
4. British Museum:- : The history and culture of the whole world is contained in this storehouse of the British Empire, one of London’s most popular visitor attractions. Ancient mummies, the Rosetta Stone, and a real statue from Easter Island, are all arranged in the museum’s airy galleries.
5. London Tower:- More than one royal miscreant and a few of Henry VIII’s wives met their ends in the Tower of London, which comprises a fortress, palace, and royal storehouse built by William the Conqueror more than 900 years ago. It is located within the London Borough of Tower Hamlet and is separated from the eastern edge of the City of London by the open space known as Tower Hill.
It would take a lifetime to see everything that London has to offer. Perhaps that is why so many visitors regard each trip to London as a “once in a lifetime experience” and return often to continue their explorations of its many facets.