Did you know London is the most visited city in Europe? Founded by the Romans, about 2060 years ago, it has thrived over the centuries and, nowadays, it attracts more than 30 million visitors every year.

The Big Ben and the Houses of Parliament

Palace of Westminster (better known as the Houses of Parliament) and its Clock Tower (The Big Ben) are among London’s most famous landmarks, if not the first. Big Ben is the world’s largest and 3d tallest, as a four-faced chiming clock, respectively free-standing clock tower. Although not open to the general public, the views over it are spectacular, especially at night, when illuminated.

London Eye

The 135 metre (443 ft.) tall giant Ferris wheel is situated in the centre of London, on the banks of the River Thames. Built in 1999 for the London’s millennium celebrations, The London Eye is visited every year by 3.5 million people. Its 32 glass passenger capsules offer great panoramic views over the city.

Hyde Park

Part of The Green Lungs of London, the royal Hyde Park covers 142 ha with over 4,000 trees, a lake, a meadow and horse rides. It’s a perfect place for jogging, swimming, rowing and picnicking.

Buckingham Palace

It is one of the few working royal palaces remaining in the world today - the Queen’s official London residence -, used to receive guests on official occasions for the Royal Family. The best time to visit it is on August and September, when the states rooms are open to the public. And, of course, be there before 11 o’clock, when the changing of the guard takes place, in front of the Palace.

Madame Tussauds

If you don’t get the chance to meet in person with the Queen, at the Buckingham Palace, then at Madame Tussauds’ you receive a once-in-a-lifetime audience with Her Majesty... wax statue. Hundreds of wax figures of famous faces in 11 themed areas with film stars and sporting icons are waiting for you to discover.

Trafalgar Square

Guarded by four lion statues, the square has been a central meeting place since the Middle Ages. It’s the place where Londoners celebrate The New Year’s Eve. Visit also the surroundings – there are many great buildings, including the famous National Gallery.

National Gallery

If you are an art lover, then you should go to The National Gallery that houses the greatest collections of Western European painting in the world. There are over 2,300 paintings (dating 1260 – 1900), on show for 361 days a year, free of charge.

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