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Churchill War Rooms Churchill Museum

The rooms used by the War Cabinet commissioned by the famous Prime Minister Winston Churchill during the Second World War have been preserved and restored. Today, they are an interesting attraction for those who want to get to know this nerve centre of war command, where senior civil servants, war …

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The Shard

Is the tallest building in Western Europe, which offers a360-degree view of London and is open to visitors. In other words, you can have a unique view of the English capital. The whole experience of the Shard is incredible, starting with the lifts themselves, which reach the top at an …

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Changing of the guard

The Changing of the Guard ceremony at Buckingham Palace in London is one of the city’s most popular tourist attractions. The most famous ceremony takes place at Buckingham Palace at 11am, but since 10:30am the guards have been busy finishing their shift. Origins of the Changing of the Guard Ceremony …

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Harry Potter Studio

Go behind the scenes of the Harry Potter films on an incredible visit to the Harry Potter Studio in London. In addition to the beautiful scenery, some secrets are also revealed, including special effects and animatronics, which tell the story of the young wizard and his class. What makes the …

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Chelsea

The London borough of Chelsea has been considered a prestigious destination almost since it was founded in 776. Certainly, until the 19th century, it was just a suburb. And in 1965, through the merger of the two districts of the county of London, the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea …

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Madame Tussauds

One of London’s most popular attractions, over 400 life-size wax models of the rich and famous are on display at Madame Tussauds. And you can get up close, take fun photos and post them. You can have your picture taken with members of the British Royal Family or go down …

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Westminster Abbey

Opposite the Houses of Parliament is Westminster Abbey – a magnificent Gothic structure where countless members of the British Royal Family were baptised, married, crowned and buried. Many famous historical figures are buried or commemorated here, including Sir Isaac Newton, Charles Darwin, William Shakespeare, Oscar Wilde and Sir Winston Churchill. …

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Hyde Park

Hyde Park is 350 acres of parkland and meadow in central London, offering an abundance of activities, including boating on the Serpentine, horse riding along Rotten Row, swimming in the Lido, or relaxing in the landscaped beauty, observing the wildlife. Originally owned by the monks of Westminster Abbey, it was …

National Maritime Museum

National Maritime Museum

The National Maritime Museum was inaugurated on 27 April 1937 by King Jorge VI. It is the largest museum in the world dedicated to the navy. It turns out that the National Maritime Museum tells the story of the naval force that dominated the seas and oceans for centuries. To …

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Museum of London Docklands

The Museum of London Docklands offers the opportunity to break with an old concept: the museum is a place for old things. Strolling through its galleries and corridors is like walking through the pages of a history book. First of all, it is good to understand what the Museum of …