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Most Filmed Locations in London - Delightfully Never Ending

From history to rich culture, shopping, fine food and awesome times the well renowned city of London has something for everyone. Here's a list of some of the places you must visit when travelling to London if you want to feel like you are in the films.


Tower of London

Possibly London's most renowned attraction, the Tower of London has a dark history. During its 900-year history, it has been a royal palace, place of execution, prison and even a zoo. "Royal Beasts" teach you about the animals that were here, making this London's first zoo. The priceless Crown Jewels, guided tour with a Beefeater and the armoury are all memorable highlights here.


The British Museum

Founded in 1753, this museum is home to over 2 million years of known history. The Rosetta stone, Egyptian mummies, Parthenon sculptures and many more artefacts await visitors.


National Gallery

The pride of Trafalgar Square, The National Gallery houses paintings from the 13th to 19th centuries from masters such as Leonardo da Vinci, Botticelli and Stubbs.


Coca Cola London Eye

Check out over 55 of London's biggest attractions within 30 minutes when you take a ride aboard the London Eye. This is indeed the jewel of the city's skyline, giving breath-taking views of all what London has to offer. When looking for accommodation in such a bustling city, opt for a hotel that places you within close proximity to most of the city's attractions. It certainly pays to pick one of the 3 Star Hotels in Central London the likes of Berjaya Eden Park London Hotel which offer a luxurious stay coupled with world-class service.


Windsor Castle

This is the oldest and largest castle in the world that is occupied. It is located at Windsor in Berkshire and renowned for its architecture and association with the British Royal Family.


Westminster Abbey

This breathtaking gothic church is a UNESCO World Heritage site and is located behind the Houses of Parliament. Many of the country's aristocrats, royals, scientists and poets form part of its rich history. Initial construction of this amazing church began in 1245, and to date about 19 royal weddings have taken place here.


Tower Bridge

Possibly the one landmark synonymous with London, this bridge is the symbol of London's industrial ingenuity. It is over 128 years old and consists of over 11,000 tonnes of steel.


Natural History Museum

This museum boasts an awe-inspiring dinosaur collection along with a life-sized blue whale and a spider that is 40 million years old! Among hundreds of exciting, interactive exhibits, the museum's iconic Diplodocus skeleton and the state-of-the-art Darwin Centre Cocoon are not to be missed.


Madame Tussauds

More than 300 stunning wax figures of some of the biggest names in world history, politics, sports and entertainment welcome you at Madame Tussauds. 14 interactive areas and the opportunity to get up, close and personal with your favourite icons set the stage for a memorable experience. You will also be able to get a behind-the-scenes look at sculptors at work and a taxi ride reliving London's rich history.

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