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    The Apartments by The Sloane Club
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    SACO London Bridge - SE1

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    Things to See in London: 8 Most Important Places

    London is the capital city of the United Kingdom and is located on the banks of the River Thames, because of its global and multicultural city it attracts many people from other parts of the world visiting for business, leisure or other activities. The city of London is not only an important economic and cultural center but also a major tourist destination worldwide as walking through its streets you can find popular tourist icons such as The Tower of London.

    Among the most important tourist attractions that we can visit in the city of London we will mention the must-have ones.

    The Huge Palace of Westminster

    The Palace of Westminster is an ancient building that stands out for the beauty of its Victorian Gothic architecture. It has more than 1000 rooms inside as well as several environments where members of the UK Parliament meet so it is also commonly called “Houses of Parliament”. Access to the interior of this place is restricted and the visit is only open to the general public in certain seasons or days of the year.

    The Tower of London

    The Tower of London is an ancient historic building dating back to the 10th century and used to lock up opponents of the current regime. It is currently very visited by tourists due to the fact that inside it are sheltered the “Crown Jewels”, objects of incalculable historical and artistic value that are exhibited under strict security measures.

    Visit Buckingham Palace and its Surroundings

    Buckingham Palace. It is known as the official residence of Queen Elizabeth II and members of the British monarchy. The palace has a large number of rooms and lounges decorated luxuriously with objects and paintings of great artistic value. A visit to this place is only possible when the royal family is not in the palace (usually between August and September) and access to a part of the interior enclosures such as the State Rooms, the Royal Carports and the Queen's Gallery is opened.

    Admire the Magnificent Cathedral of St. Paul

    St. Paul's Cathedral is known for having one of the largest domes in the world only behind St. Peter's Basilica in Rome. The construction dates back to the 16th century and inside it you can find artistic representations and sculptures depicting religious scenes from the life of Jesus Christ and the Apostle St. Paul. This place has served as the venue for important social events such as the wedding of Prince Charles and Diana of Wales.

    Big Ben: Appreciate the Iconic London Clock

    Big Ben is part of the Palace of Westminster and is a large tower where you will find a large clock that has become an icon of the city. The watch has always stood out for its punctuality since on few occasions it has suffered delays or damages being a typical reference for English punctuality.

    Cross the Charming Tower Bridge

    Tower Bridge is another of London's iconic icons. This large drawbridge on the River Thames has two large towers that stand out from any point where you have a panoramic view of London so it is customary for many tourists to take pictures with the bridge behind their backs as a souvenir of their trip to London.

    The Eye of London, the famous Ferris Wheel of the City

    London Eye, is an impressive Ferris wheel that was completed at the end of 2000. The structure features several transparent glass cabins where tourists can climb up and take panoramic pictures of the city from different perspectives while the structure turns slowly. It has become one of the most popular attractions in London.

    Tour the Grand Palace of Kensington

    Kensington Palace is a place that serves as a residence for members of the British family. Among the best-known characters who lived in this place we have the well-known Princess Diana of Wales. Tourists can visit some interior spaces of the palace, the beautiful gardens of the palace and an interesting photographic exhibition about Lady Diana's life.