Your time in London

London is a thriving city full of culture and noise. You can be walking around the busy city centre or down a small alleyway and you will always find something to do. Despite this, no trip to the capital would be complete without visiting the vast amount of tourist destinations which bring millions of travellers to London year on year.

What London has to offer:

Whether you are looking to soak up some of the culture and history of London or you would rather experience an adrenaline rush, the capital has so much to offer to its visitors. So if you are planning on holidaying in London or have an upcoming business venture in the area, we recommend you visit these attractions whilst you are in the capital.

The Coca-Cola London Eye

The London Eye is one of the most iconic tourist destinations in the world. Based at the heart of the city, the location makes a perfect spot for sightseers to get a glimpse of London’s skyline which looks even better at night. From 135 metres up you can really get all the different perspectives of London from one of the 32 glass capsules. For only £23 this is a relatively inexpensive experience for what you are receiving. Once you are up there you will fully appreciate the beauty of London.

ZSL London Zoo

Since opening all the way back in 1847 the zoo has been educating and inspiring visitors with their wide array of animals and interactive activities. Boasting over 750 different species of animals there are animals at ZSL that you will never see anywhere else such as the endangered Asiatic Lion where there are only 400 left in the wild. With £24.30 being the most expensive ticket to spend a day observing rare animals, you really can not argue with the great value ZSL London Zoo offers.

Buckingham Palace

The Queen is the biggest ambassador for London and the United Kingdom. With millions of adoring fans flocking to get a glimpse of her and the traditions that still take place, Buckingham Palace regularly sees thousands of people at its gates every day. During the summer, there is a chance to tour the 19 staterooms which are filled with treasures and if you are lucky you may even see the changing of the guards.

Thorpe Park

Built in the 1970s, Thorpe Park is the destination in London for all the thrill seekers out there. Surrounded by water, the island is filled with a variety of rides that play with your senses. From Derren Brown’s Ghost Train which plays with your mind to Saw-The Ride which terrifies riders, if you are looking for a day out where you are always on the edge of your seat look no further than Thorpe Park.

Madame Tussauds

Have you ever wanted to meet your favourite celebrities? Well, they always say never meet your idols, so why not experience the next best thing and meet their waxwork models. At Madame Tussauds, there are more than over 300 identical waxwork figures of famous celebrities, footballers and politicians. You can take photos with the likes of David Beckham and get involved with the 14 different interactive areas that make up Madame Tussauds. Ticket prices are around £30 which is well worth it for a hundred photos with celebrities on your Instagram account.

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