London: I love London, Not because it is damn beautiful, but because I have a GF in London.
Big Ben Parliament
London, Big Ben Parliament is general assembly of the house of lords and commons. you can visit both and its free of charges, but due to security measures entrance can be slow. The House of Lords can be visited from monday to thursday at 14:30 to 20:00 and the house of commons can be visited from monday to thursday at 14:30 to 20:00 and on friday 9:30 to 15:00. After all, August and September those house’s are on holidays.
Westminster Abbey is building of Unique & Gothic architecture. here royalty’s crowned in the UK. As well as, Elizabeth I and several British sovereigns has buried. You can visit here from Monday to Saturday at 7:30 to 18:00, and on Wednesday 19:45, Sunday’s Masses are free, you just have to pay to access the chapels only.
The London Tower has a royal residence, fortress, and prison. After all, it protects the Royal armouries in the white tower and the Crown Jewels. You can also go to every single room and discover a bloody history and turbulent. There are too many people during the week’s end so you can’t visit. You can just visit from Monday to Saturday at 9:30 – 17:00, and Sundays from 14:00 – 17:00. Tower Bridge is the most iconic place in London.
Buckingham Palace is Royal Family’s residence. Great places to take a picnic or rest. people comes to see the guard which takes place every day at 11:30 so you should arrive at least half an hour earlier for good place to see them. Buckingham Palace is close to Green Park, St James’s Park.
London West End
London’s West End presents world-famous musicals like The Phantom and Les Miserables. As well as, few theatre’s are there in Piccadilly Circus and the Show start’s at 19:45 twice a week, there are shows that people can attend at 15:00.
Hampton Court is a mind-blowing palace. It is the largest castle in the whole UK which is owned by Tudor dynasty, and Henry VIII and its location is Outskirts. It has a nice decorated and landscaped gardens and can be visited daily 9:30 – 18:00 and in winter 9:30 to 16:30.
Covent Garden is most interesting area of the city but long ago it was a vegetable market. It has a several shops and pubs. Covent Garden is always full of people enjoying the juggling and mime acts or listening to different bands which plays on the street. You can as well as walk to Piccadilly Circus and their you will find one of the best record stores in London, Tower Records, and Soho.
In Soho district you will see best musicals theatre. After all, it’s surrounded by businesses and it is a perfect meeting point for Londoners and they spend lot of time’s in colourful pubs, and bohemian cafes. This area’s has a connections with the sex industry such as film industry, nightlife and shops.