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London is a dreamy destination not only for countless immigrant flows, but also for tourists from all over the world. The magnificent Victorian city quarters, Buckingham Palace, Tower and Westminster Abbey are on the list of the world's most visited landmarks. Michelin-starred restaurants and trendy clubs in London's Soho area attract the most progressive public here.
#1Royal Opera House
★ 4.9
Royal Opera House
London, England

One of the most prestigious opera houses, where the best performers and orchestras strive to get. Be..

#230 St Mary Axe
★ 4.7
30 St Mary Axe
London, England
#3Tate Modern Gallery
★ 4.7
Tate Modern Gallery
London, England

Gallery of modern art, attracting millions of tourists every year. It is considered one of the large..

#4London Eye
★ 4.9
London Eye
London, England

One of the largest attractions of its kind in Europe. The height of the construction is 136 m., Whic..

#5St Pancras International
★ 4.6
St Pancras International
London, England

A railway junction in central London. It was built by the architect W. Henry in the 19th century. Th..

#6The National Gallery
★ 4.7
The National Gallery
London, England

The largest museum in the country, where more than 2000 samples of Western European painting are exh..

#7The British Museum
★ 4.7
The British Museum
London, England

The main historical and archaeological museum of the country, one of the largest in the world. The b..

#8Kensington Palace
★ 4.6
Kensington Palace
London, England

The royal residence, the smallest of all the palaces belonging to the ruling family. The building wa..

#9Wembley Stadium
★ 4.6
Wembley Stadium
London, England

Famous and even legendary among football fans the stadium, the symbol of England football. For the f..

#10Buckingham Palace
★ 4.8
Buckingham Palace
London, England

Royal Palace, the official residence of the ruling dynasty in London. In the building of about 800 r..

#11The Sherlock Holmes Museum
★ 4.6
The Sherlock Holmes Museum
London, England

House-museum of the popular detective on Baker Street 221b. It was here, designed by writer Arthur C..

#12Tower of London
★ 4.9
Tower of London
London, England

The fortress, standing on the north bank of the Thames, is over 900 years old. The tower is known as..

#13Royal Albert Hall
★ 4.9
Royal Albert Hall
London, England

A concert hall reminiscent of the Roman Coliseum, where various events are held from musicals and aw..

#14Palace of Westminster
★ 4.7
Palace of Westminster
London, England

The place where the British Parliament has been sitting since the 16th century. The palace stands on..

#15Shard Skyscraper
★ 4.6
Shard Skyscraper
London, England
#16Westminster Abbey
★ 4.5
Westminster Abbey
London, England

The main church of Great Britain is not only an important religious center, but also the place of co..

#17Hyde Park
★ 4.7
Hyde Park
London, England

City park, where it is always crowded and lively. Tourists come here to see with their own eyes the ..

#18Shakespeare's Globe
★ 4.9
Shakespeare's Globe
London, England

The theater, created with the participation of the great playwright W. Shakespeare at the end of the..

#19Skyscraper One Canada Square
★ 4.6
Skyscraper One Canada Square
London, England
#20Trafalgar Square
★ 4.6
Trafalgar Square
London, England

The famous square in central London, a symbol of the city beloved by tourists and the place where th..

#21St. Paul's Cathedral
★ 4.9
St. Paul's Cathedral
London, England

Anglican Church standing on Ladgate Hill. Since the early Middle Ages, Christian churches were built..

#22Big Ben
★ 4.8
Big Ben
London, England

The Big Ben was called the famous clock tower in Westminster Palace, often called the entire tower a..

#23Oxford Street
★ 5.0
Oxford Street
London, England

One of the most famous London shopping streets. More than 100 million people visit it annually. Firs..

#24Abbey Road Street
★ 5.0
Abbey Road Street
London, England

The street gained popularity due to the fact that part of it was immortalized on the cover of the al..

#25Piccadilly StreetPiccadilly Street
London, England

The street got its name from the lace collars that Robert Baker sold. Previously, it was called Port..

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