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Top 10 London Stuff To Do – Exploring one of the most Enchanting Cities in the World

London is without a doubt beautiful city home to a world of historical monuments that you cannot quite get enough of. To cover the best of it all, below are the top 10 sites in the city.


The Tower of London

History has made its mark in a city like London and the several baroque architectural structures witnessed around the city stand as proof of this fact. Perhaps the most monumental of them all is the Tower of London. Located in the heart of the city along the north bank of the River Thames, this historic building is the royal palace and is also a renowned fortress in the city that encapsulates a world of tales from the yesteryears of Great Britain.


Tower Bridge

A masterpiece of its day, the Tower Bridge flaunts sheer strength and industrial ingenuity thanks to its hydraulic draw bascules (drawbridges) and 11,000 tonne steel framework. The bridge was constructed more than 180 years ago and to this day stands as one the city's most remarkable architectural feats. If you are planning to visit the capital and such sites consider Findmyfare which offers cheap flights to London and some good deals during the off season.


Windsor Castle

Priding itself for being the world's largest occupied castle, Windsor Castle emulates the epitome of sheer space. It is yet again another royal residence that is located in the English county of Berkshire (within easy reach of London), and is known for its profound architecture which is worthy of the royals that have been housed here for centuries.


The London Eye

If you want a bird's eye view of all that London holds, it really does not get better than the London Eye. Despite being the most 'touristy' attraction in London, the Giant Wheel is plenty of fun to ride on and is iconic to this beautiful city.


Westminster Abbey

Great Britain was and still is a country that has its roots in Christianity and the "Church." The large and exotic cathedrals that adorn this city speak volumes of this fact. Westminster Abbey is one of the most beautiful of such sites in London and has an architecture that you will never get enough of.


Buckingham Palace

Buckingham Palace is yet another popular tourist spot in the city for it is home to the Queen of England. Constructed in the year 1703 the palace still retains its age old charm and combines tradition with the modern nation that it has turned out to be.


Madame Tussauds Wax Museum

A visit to this museum is definitely a must do for all the many notable characters and celebrities sculpted here can easily be mistaken for real!


Big Ben

Stop by the Big Ben while exploring London city and take in the majesty that a single clock can offer. Yet another gothic architectural masterpiece, this 18th century clock is symbolic to England.


National History Museum

With all the history etched across the city, a visit to the National History Museum is a must do. With a remarkable collection of age old artefacts, one can travel back time in this enchanting museum.


Tate Modern

Experience the art of this city at London's most famous art gallery; Tate Modern. Despite the historic face there is plenty of old and new art found within this gallery which will inspire and astound.