London is a city full of museums, monuments, parks, squares, and attractions of each genere.Ma for those going for the first time in this great city and does not have much time, you must necessarily start seeing the London classical possibly moving with the network metropolitana.Iniziamo then the following attractions that every tourist who goes to London usually visit:
Buckingham Palace, located in the center of London, is the official residence of the sovereign of the United Kingdom. Besides being the official residence of the Queen, Buckingham Palace is the place where numerous public ceremonies (by receptions of royal visits to the various heads of state) and is also a major tourist attraction (famous all over the world is changing guard);
Westminster Abbey is the most important place of worship in London after the Anglican Cathedral of St. Paul, site of coronations of the kings of England and burial of important people;
Big Ben is the nickname of the biggest bell in the clock tower at the northeast corner of the Palace of Westminster, also known as House of Parliament, in Londra.Per traditional use of the name has been extended to the clock and the entire tower in neo-Gothic style, 96 meters high and begun in 1834 and completed in 1858. Known as the Clock Tower (Clock Tower), to mark the Diamond Jubilee of Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom in June 2012 is officially became the Elizabeth Tower. This tower sounds every fifteen minutes, every half hour and every hour;
Tower Bridge in London UK at sunset
The London Eye (London Eye), also known as the Millennium Wheel (London Eye), is a ferris wheel on the south bank of the Thames between Westminster Bridge and Hungerford Bridge. Trafalgar Square, the square that commemorates the victory of the British Navy in 1805 on French and Spanish at the Battle of Trafalgar, during the Napoleonic Wars. From here you can make a visit to the National Gallery, free admission, to admire the works of Botticelli, Velazquez and others;
Leicester Square, a square in the center of London, in the heart of Soho. It is a popular pedestrian area located west of Charing Cross Road, north of Trafalgar Square and east of Piccadilly Circus. Covent Garden, the theater district with a wonderful market full of street performers who entertain people and many bars and places to eat; Piccadilly Circus a famous square in London;
Tower of London, the Tower of London, which houses the Crown Jewels.
Tower Bridge, another symbol of the city, with its neo-gothic towers and supporting cables blue.
Having more time available, there are still many museums, galleries, monuments, parks, squares, streets for shopping and much more, worthy of being seen. In the following are just some of these landmarks.
Cathedral St. Paiul – London UK at sunset
British Museum Tate Modern National Gallery Natural History Museum Victoria and Albert Museum Science Museum Madame Tussauds Hampstead Heath Hyde Park Regent Street Oxford street, Carnaby Street.