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What you must do in London

What you must do in London

In London, there are many excellent museums, memorable and notable architecture, picturesque parks, pubs, and much more, so there is always something to see and do. Everyone will find something to his taste here, but what are the things you just MUST do, when you are in London?

The London eye

One of the most iconic sights and the most popular tourist attraction in the United Kingdom is 135 metres tall. The London eye is located in the heart of historic London and the ride takes approximately 30 minutes. If you want to enjoy it the most, choose from our London Eye tours to skip the lines!

Buckingham Palace

The residence of the Royal Family and the administrative headquarters for the British monarchy has around 775 rooms including 19 state rooms, 52 royal and guest bedrooms, 188 staff bedrooms, 78 bathrooms, 92 offices, and even a cinema, swimming pool, post office and police station. The palace also has gardens, that are often described as “a walled oasis in the middle of London.” So you really shouldn't miss it, and if you are looking for the best way, check out our Buckingham Palace tours!

Downing street

10 Downing Street is home to the British Prime Minister and the most photographed door in England. It is located in the City of Westminster, a few minutes' walk from the Houses of Parliament. This street and mainly the Number 10 has a long and very interesting history, so if you want to hear about that in the best way, you should definitely check out our Downing street tours!

Palace of Westminster

It is also known as the Houses of Parliament after its occupants and very famous for its Elizabeth Tower with Big Ben, the nickname for the Great Bell of the clock. With Palace of westminster tours you can visit Robing Room, Royal Gallery, the majestic Lords Chamber, Central Lobby, Members Lobby and one of the voting lobbies, Commons Chamber, St Stephen’s Hall and 900-year-old Westminster Hall where Guy Fawkes was tried and where Nelson Mandela and Barack Obama addressed Parliament.

London Tower Bridge

This icon of the London skyline was built in the late 19th Century. The bridge consists of two bridge towers tied together at the upper level by two horizontal walkways. With London Tower Bridge tours you will have access to the engine room, where you can learn all about how the bridge works, see upper walkway, which has a glass floor so you can hover over the bridge, and you can also visit the giant bascule chamber that sits underneath, that is ONLY accessed on tours.

Tate Modern Gallery

If you want to see some of the modern architecture of London and enjoy some art you should definitely visit The National British Museum of Modern Art, also known as the Tate Modern, that is located in the former Bankside Power Station and houses and exhibits international works of modern art from 1900 to the present day, including artworks by major artists such as Pablo Picasso, Andy Warhol, Salvador Dalí, Mark Rothko or Edvard Munch and more. So if you want to get the most of your visit, check out our Tate Modern tours.