London City Guide

Standing on the River Thames, London contains four World Heritage sites and many museums you can visit for free. It is one of the most visited cities in the world, where you can see Big Ben, visit the Queen’s Buckingham Palace or just go shopping on Europe’s busiest shopping area, Oxford Street.

Chanching of the Guard

Changing of the Guard

The changing of the Queen’s Guard at the Buckingham Palace. Happens every day from April to July at 11:30 am.
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Madame Tussauds

The famous Madame Tussauds is a giant wax museum where you can watch wax figures of famous people like hollywood stars, sports players and politicians.
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Buckingham Palace

Buckingham Palace

The Queen’s home in London, one of her 3 homes, is a spetacular and rich house to recieve guests and great to stroll around in the gardens after.

Piccadilly Circus

Piccadilly Circus

Piccadilly Circus is the most famous road junction in London, full of giant illuminated billboards and tourists. Piccadilly has an unique atmosphere and has become one of the biggest attractions in London.
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Trafalgar Square

Situated in the heart of London, Trafalgar Square celabrates the victory in the battle of Trafalgar by the British Royal Navy. In the centre of this square you can find a statue of Admiral Nelson surrounded by 4 lions statues.
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What to do and what to see in London.

London is a great city for tourists, lots of things to see and do! You can spend only one day… one week or even one month and you will always have things to visit. Here are the top 5 london attractions.

  • British Museum
  • The London Eye
  • Science Museum
  • Tower of London
  • Madame Tussauds

If you are gonna stay more then 3 days in London you should also visit the website VisitLondon to know more stuff to see and visit in London

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Hotels in London

Excelsior Hotel Excelsior Hotel
Just 5 minutes’ walk from King’s Cross Rail Station, The Excelsior Hotel offers free Wi-Fi and modern, refurbished rooms in the heart of vibrant King’s Cross.
Rooms from 83€
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Surtees Hotel Surtees Hotel
Just a 5-minute walk from Victoria Station, The Surtees Hotel offers budget accommodation in central London. Guests can enjoy rooms with free Wi-Fi, and continental breakfasts.
Rooms from 83€
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Hostels in London

Palmers Lodge Hostel Palmers Lodge – Swiss Cottage Hostel
Palmers Lodge Swiss Cottage, where you can experience Victorian elegance in the former home of Samuel Palmer, of the Huntley and Palmers biscuit empire.
Dorms from 12,63€
Privates from 26,52€
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astor hyde park london hostel Astor Hyde Park Hostel
Set in a large Victorian period house complete with original wooden panelling and a fantastic wooden staircase winding up through the middle of the building
Dorms from 15,15€
Privates from 31,57€
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