Top Iconic Sights to See in London

London, the capital city of England has a bustling population of around 7.5 million people. It is a vibrant melting pot of culture and has a combination of the old and new world that would surely amaze your senses. Before booking online with Venere.com, preparing a list of iconic places to see in this glorious city is a must to avoid itinerary issues and confusion.

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Big Ben

 

There are so many things to do and places to visit in London. It is mandatory for any visitor or traveller to see the iconic Big Ben! It wouldn’t be a visit to London if you don’t get to see this tower clock at all. The Westminster Abbey, a glamorous Anglican cathedral and the Palace of the Westminster, the seat of government where the Big Ben sits are representations of the English Gothic art and symbols of parliamentary monarchy, definitely a grand sight you shouldn’t miss. History lovers will love getting around this side of the city.

 

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Big ben and Westminster abbey

 

A block away from the Abbey is the Parliament Square and the Queen Elizabeth II Conference Center. The structures and architecture of these buildings will bring you back in time just marveling at them. But of course, London is never late when it comes to modernity so expect up to date interiors and technology when you peek inside these buildings.

 

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St. James Park

 

From the Westminster, you can either explore St James’s Park and the Horse Guard Palace. If your visit to London falls on a summer, you are in luck, the Buckingham Palace, which is the official residence of the Queen, is open to the public during the summer season!

 

The Westminster Bridge can become packed with visitors, tourist and travelers from around the globe. This spot can give you a splendid view of the Westminster, the Big Ben, and the London Eye which sits right across the river.

 

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London Eye

 

Interestingly, the London Bridge and the Monument to the Great Fire of London also draws in a number history geeks. And from there you can also visit St. Paul Cathedral and the Museum of London to learn more about this amazing city.

 

 

Big thanks to my friend Marie for the photos 🙂

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