- 1 Top 10 Tourist Place in London
- 1.0.1 #10: Buckingham Palace
- 1.0.2 #2: Big Ben
- 1.0.3 #1: British Museum
- 1.0.4 Quoted directly from noambit: “Covering one of the largest collections of art and objects from human history and culture, the museum has been everywhere since 1759. If nothing else peaks your interest, visiting the Rosetta Stone which allowed man to decrypt ancient Egyptian Hieroglyphs is somewhat to brag about.”
Top 10 Tourist Place in London
A city that’s made it to nearly everybody’s bucket list of spaces they want to visit before they kick the bucket, the most crowded religion, bustling urban zone and urban area, this capital city of England comprises a diverse hub of people from different societies and backgrounds.
It is the ideal blend of historical and majestic architecture, a wide array of pleasant global cuisines, a variety of professions and a million (precisely 8 and a half million as of 2013) beating hearts in this fast-paced city.
London has screaming FOUR Heritage World Sites listed by UNESCO, namely: the Royal Botanic Gardens at Kew, The Palace of Westminster (Houses of Parliament and Big Ben, St. Margaret’s Westminster and Westmibster Abbey) and Maritime Greenwich.
Other than those obligatory sites you must visit on your trip to London, here are the Top 10 most popular tourist magnetisms in London:
#10: Buckingham Palace
#9: The London Eye
#8: St. Paul’s Cathedral
#7: Madame Tussauds
#6: Tate Modern
#5: National History Museum
#4: Hyde Park
#3: The London Bridge
We’ve all speculated about it after the entrenched nursery rhyme “London Bridge is falling down”. In fact, it isn’t. Quite the conflicting with the Modern London Bridge, really. It encompasses three spans of pre-stressed tangible box girders, a total of 928 feet (283 m) long.
The nursery rhyme has been theoretically connected to several of the bridge’s historic failures.
#2: Big Ben
Big Ben is the epithet for the Great Bell of the clock at the northern end of the Palace of Westminster in London and is frequently denoted to as the “clock tower”.
It started with being named a national landmark.