If you have just 24 hours in London, here’s what you can do.
Can You Hear the Bell?
You may start your journey from central London and visit the British cultural icon known as BIG BEN.
It’s a four-faced chiming clock, renamed Elizabeth Tower in 2012. This majestic monument may remind you that the clock is ticking, so don’t forget to relax and relish every moment.
On the way, you can capture the splendid Westminster Abby also known as St. Peter Church where Prince William and Kate Middletown tied the nuptials.
Time To Pay Homage to a Martyr
Your second destination will be, Nelson’s Column, a historical monument built between 1840 -1843, in the loving memory of Admiral Horatio Nelson, who sacrificed his life at the great battle of Trafalgar and epitomizes a famous adage:
“Freedom is never free “
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Welcome to The Royal Palace
Originally known a Buckingham House and later renamed Buckingham Palace.
It is the residence and administrative headquarters of the Queen.
The palace is open for visitors from July till Sep.2021 and is famous for the change of the guard ceremony at 11.30 am.
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Time to make a confession
St Paul’s Cathedral, a 1400-year-old architectural marvel is worth a visit for every traveller.
Don’t miss their guided tour which comes free with an admission ticket.
A Tower From History
An infamous prison and a royal palace known as Tower of London.
Founded in 1080, on the banks of river Thames, the tower played an important role in English history that can be narrated by the famous beefeaters guides also known as Yeomen Warders, who got this name from the time when the guards at the tower were paid part of their salary with chunks of beef.
A River is Calling
The sightseeing cruise of river Thames known as the longest river in England, is a good option to end your evening on a beautiful and peaceful note.
Depending on your budget, number of personalized cruises are available, such as:
Eye of London and The Shard
- Dinner cruise
- Afternoon Tea or Lunch Cruise
- Sunset Cruise
London Eye that is used to be the highest viewpoint of London before its dethroned to the second position by another observation deck known as The Shard in 2013.
But the mesmerizing millennium wheel still holds its old-time charm after it revamped its pods into different themes from a Pub in a pod to a west end theatre and many more.
All good things comes to an end and so does your one day tour of this beautiful capital of England.
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