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3 days in London Guide

1st day in London

  • The London Eye

    The London Eye

    Begin your first day by watching London sights from way up high in The London Eye. You can see buildings like Big Ben, Tower Bridge and the beautiful Thames River.

  • Big Ben and Houses of Parliament

    Big Ben and Houses of Parliament

    Watch the most famous clock tower in the world and the Palace of Westminster (Houses of Parliament).
  • Westminster Abbey

    Westminster Abbey

    Westminster Abbey, where Prince William and Kate Middleton wed, it is the traditional coronation and burial site for English monarchs.
  • tower-bridge

    Tower Bridge

    Built in 1894, it is one of the most iconic bridges in London.
  • tower-of-london

    Tower Of London

    Explore Tower of London 900 year history, and the Crown Jewels.

2nd day in London

  • natural-history-museum

    Natural History Museum

    Famous for its dinosaur skeleton exhibitions, where you now can find the new Darwin Centre.
  • science-museum

    Science Museum

    Get to know and see the Apollo 10 command capsule and other world famous objects in the most visited Science Museum in Europe.
  • madame-tussauds

    Madame Tussauds

    A giant wax museum where you can find your favorite celebrities wax figurines.
  • hyde-park

    Hyde Park

    End your day with a walk at the Hyde Park

3rd day in London

  • changing-guard

    Changing of the Guard

    The changing of the Queen’s Guard at the Buckingham Palace happens everyday from May to July otherwise alternate days at 11h30 am. Arrive early to save a good spot.
  • trafalgar-square

    Trafalgar Square

    In the heart of London, Trafalgar Square celabrates the victory in the battle of Trafalgar.
  • piccadilly-circus

    Piccadilly Circus

    Piccadilly Circus, the most famous road junction in London, full of giant illuminated billboards and tourists.
  • british-museum

    British Museum

    Save enough energy and some time for the British Museum, so many rooms full of works from the prehistoric to modern times.

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