The famous Tower of London dates back to 1066 and one of the most iconic sites in London's heritage. It is a fortress, armory, royal palace, and prison, and also houses the Crown Jewels.
One of the most famous bridges in the world, the Tower Bridge is a combined bascule and suspension bridge designed to ease traffic but let tall ships pass through on the river.
Trafalgar Square is the largest public square in London, and is often considered the heart of the city. Find iconic statues and monuments here, as well as museums and cultural spaces.
The elegant Westminster Bridge is also one of London's oldest. Take a stroll across the bridge for picture-perfect views of River Thames, the London Eye, and Big Ben.
Big Ben, officially the Elizabeth Tower, stands 95 meters high over the city and is arguably the most London's most iconic structure.
The official residence of Her Majesty the Queen and one of only a few working royal palaces in the world. Tour the inside in the summer, or check the schedule for the changing of the guards.
Westminster Abbey is one of the most famous churches in the world, and has played an important role in the political and cultural affairs of Britain for over 1000 years.