London Travel Top 10
Top 10 London Attractions

1. London Eye - tallest ferris wheel in Europe with incredible views of London vistas up to 40 km (25 miles) away. It's the number one tourist destination in London, hosting 3.5 million visitors a year. It carries 800 passengers once around a "flight" rotation that takes 30 minutes
2. Tower of London - historic royal palace built in the eleventh century to serve as a fortress. It remains one of the most popular places to visit, housing the Crown Jewels of England.
Buckingham Palace - serves as the office and London residence of Her Majesty The Queen. Information is provided on royal palaces, residences, art collections, and exhibits such as the current special showing of the Royal Faberge and the bridal gown of the yeaŕ.
Westminster Abbey - 700 year old architectural masterpiece where monarchs of England have been crowned since 1066. The Abbey hosts over one million tourists a year while holding daily worship services for people of all faiths.
St Paul’s Cathedral - famous for its gothic architecture and towering dome designed by Sir Christopher Wren when rebuilt between 1675 and 1710 for the fifth time. Tours are available Mondays through Saturdays to visit this working monument to British heritage. People of all faiths are welcome to worship services. 
House of Parliament - home of modern democracy for over 900 years it is arguably the most beautiful building in London. It contains an historic collection of archives and works of art but has come to be known by many visitors for “Big Ben” the Clock Tower which began operating in 1859.
7. Trafalgar Square - an open cultural plaza that has been London's Public Square for over 200 years. Events and activities are wide ranging but many visitors just stop to enjoy the views of historic buildings, works of art and travelers from around the world.
8. Hyde Park - largest park in central London originally used by Henry VIII for hunting. Today the Park provides a variety of activities from boat hires on the Serpentine, dinning options as well as beautiful landscapes and gardens to stroll through.
9. St. James’s Park - oldest royal park bordered on three sides by palaces and contains The Mall which is used for ceremonial parades and national celebrations.
10. London Aquarium - impressive collection of global marine life in Europe with thousands of species on view. There are interactive displays and activities throughout the Aquarium.

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