London is a cosmopolitan city, with hundreds of attractions that are of great interest to tourists. How to organize your stay there and what to visit depends entirely on you. The city offers something for all tastes and ages. If you are an art lover, you will be fascinated by the many museums and galleries that jealously guard the history of a great country.

London is the capital of the United Kingdom, the city has an air of greatness, as it is one of the most important financial centers in Europe, without counting being the home of one of the most important aristocratic families in the world, not because of its power but for its popularity.

The English royal family gives the capital a special touch, as do the many museums in the city, which are considered very complete and well organized.

A city of museums

Traveling to London and not visiting the museums of the city, it is as if he had never gone to the city. London has many special museums, highlighting the Natural History Museum. The museum is considered one of the most complete of its kind.

The National Gallery. It is the jewel of museums in the city, everyone who travels to London should take a short tour of its halls. The museum has an extensive gallery of works of art from different periods of history, created by different international artists.

The Tower of London. A palace with a fortress design was inhabited by the aristocracy and is now a museum, where the jewels of the crown are found, without the artifacts used to torture people in medieval times. This palace has many secret and dark stories inside.

Westminster Abbey Westminster
Abbey is one of the most famous buildings in London where one can feel the spirit of Britain. It represents a gothic cathedral and this is the place where all royal weddings are celebrated. Many British monarchs, scholars, and statesmen are buried here. The history of an entire nation can be read in these graves.

The Big Ben

The Palace of Westminster is also known as the Houses of Parliament. The clock tower of the best-known Palace in all of London is Big Ben. The palace was built in 1840 with Gothic style and Victorian elements. The two chambers that make up the British Parliament are the House of Commons and the House of Lords. The entrance ticket includes the visit and participation in public debates which allows you to feel like a member of the English Parliament.

Tower of London

The Tower of London saves the best moments in English history. It is currently a museum where real treasures are stored. Inside the fortress is located the beautiful and small church of St. John, which is considered a model of Norman architecture. It takes at least one day to see this castle, built at the time of William I.

Buckingham palace

Buckingham Palace is the official residence of the British monarch and a symbol of royal power. It was built about 300 years ago. In the early spring, summer and during the Christmas holidays, the palace is open to the public and everyone can visit the 600 rooms of which it is composed.

The British Museum

The British Museum is one of the largest and richest museums in the world. It maintains the history and culture of two million years ago in time. His collections cover periods of Antiquity, the Middle Ages, and the Renaissance. The museum has 10 sections and the British Library.
Trafalgar Square

Trafalgar Square was designed in 1820 by John Nash. Today, as a tourist attraction, Trafalgar is used as a place for political demonstrations. Every year in December Norway gives a Christmas tree to the United Kingdom, as a sign of gratitude for support in past wars. The Christmas tree decorates Trafalgar during the Christmas and New Year holidays.


If you are a nature lover and you like parks, you should not leave London without visiting the many wonderful gardens that it has. On Sundays, you will have the opportunity to listen to speakers near Hyde Park where there will always be police officers to maintain order in the park. Near London's Hyde Park is another large London park, Regent Park that has a zoo and a museum.

If you decide to move around London it is recommended that you use the bus that will leave you at the stops near the most relevant places such as tourist destinations.

Traveling by subway can also provide you with an exciting experience, this transport combines both surface and underground trips. The London Underground is the oldest and one of the largest in the world. Have you decided to visit Longon? Check out Yourtraveland for a complete London trip.

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