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Got #ADayIn London? We’ll Tell You Exactly Where To Go!

Got #ADayIn London? We’ll Tell You Exactly Where To Go!

access_time June 20, 2016 chat_bubble_outline 0 comments 3646

Find out the reason why London sits on the top of the most visited list with a trip to the city’s impressive landmarks, museums, art galleries and stadiums that are almost at par with the world’s beloved British accent 

But what if you just had 24hrs in hand? Well, here’s exactly where you should be heading if you had #ADayIn London…

 

#ADayIn London

#1 Madame Tussauds: Strike a pose in the wax museum’s first permanent home in 1836. Your London tour would be incomplete without you taking a snap with the wax celebrities immortalised here.

#2 Big Ben: Let it ring, let it ring, let it ring. Come to this iconic clock tower to see the second-largest four-faced chiming clock in the world.

#3 Buckingham Palace: Don’t just stand at the gates of Buckingham Palace; watch the inspection, Old Guard, New Guard, Palaces, and maybe even march step-in-step with the Guards and the Ceremonial Bands!

#4 St. Pauls Cathedral: Stand where Prince Charles and Princess Diana took their vows or imagine a packed house for the funeral of Winston Churchill. Visit the historic church that sits on Ludgate Hill, the highest point of London City.

#5 London Eye: Also known as the Millenium Wheel, the giant ferris wheel offers a brilliant 360-degree view of London. Ride the eye in the evening when the glittering city lights are mirrored by the River Thames.

#6 Tower Bridge: Don’t just click photographs of the bridge. Explore the twin towers and high-level open-air walkways, where glass floors offer a unique bird’s eye view of London life.

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