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Windsor Castle

Windsor CastleNearby City

4.7/51,123 Reviews
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Historical Architecture
Open from 03/01-10/31,Mon,Thu-Sun,10:00am-5:15pm;Open from 11/01-12/24,Mon,Thu-Sun,10:00am-4:15pm;Open from 12/27-02/28,Mon,Thu-Sun,10:00am-4:15pm;Closed from 03/01-02/28,Tue-Wed;Closed from 12/25-12/26,Mon,Thu-Sun (Local time)
Located on a small hill on the south bank of the Thames and built by William I, Windsor Castle was designed to protect ships and the royal family on the Thames. Windsor Castle is divided into the Upper Ward, Middle Ward and Lower Ward. The Upper Ward comprises rooms such as the 13th-century Queen's Ballroom and the banquet hall where the British Royal Family holds major activities. The Round Tower is in the Middle Ward surrounded by a rose garden, where the royal family's documents and collected photographs are preserved. St. George's Chapel in the Lower Ward is luxurious Gothic architecture and a classic building in Windsor Castle.
Big Ben

Big BenNearby City

4.6/5792 Reviews
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Historical Architecture
Open 24 hours (Local time)
Big Ben is located to the north of London's Collegiate Church of St. Peter in Westminster atop a 98-meter-tall clock tower. The clock face is brightly illuminated whenever the Houses of Parliament are in session. The giant clock represents England's classic culture. It is a landmark of the City of London and a source of pride for the people of England. Whenever London is used as the setting for a film, you can be absolutely certain to catch a glimpse of Big Ben. Although it is commonly known as Big Ben, the clock tower was renamed Elizabeth Tower in honor of Queen Elizabeth’s Diamond Jubilee in 2012.
Tower Bridge

Tower BridgeNearby City

4.7/51,358 Reviews
Sun - Sat 10:00 AM - 5:30 PM (Local time)
The London Tower Bridge is one of London's iconic landmark structures. It is a bascule and suspension bridge that crosses the mighty Thames. It is also a drawbridge. The two bascules can lift to an angle of 86 degrees to let river traffic to pass. On a visit to the The London Tower Bridge, you can stand with the Thames at your back for an unforgettable photo, or you can slowly stroll along the bridge's high-level pedestrian walkways while gazing out at the scenery on either bank of the river.
Oxford Street

Oxford StreetNearby City

4.4/5472 Reviews
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Open 24 hours (Local time)
Oxford Street is an important shopping center in the West End of London. Together with Bond Street and Regent Street, it forms an important commercial district in London. It is a gathering place for high-end brand fashion shops and a shopping paradise where a complete range of the major brands is available. After years of development, Oxford Street has attracted hundreds of large shopping malls, many of which are established department stores of the world's premium brands.
Notting Hill

Notting HillNearby City

4.5/5251 Reviews
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Open 24 hours (Local time)
The Notting Hill publicized by the Hugh Grant film wasn't always nice. Notting Hill during the early 20th century and particularly during the post-war period had the characteristics of a slum, Buildings that were overpopulated, poverty and race riots affected the neighborhood. These issues would plague Notting Hill until redevelopment commenced in the 1960s. The gentrification attracted the wealthy, and upscale shops and restaurants began to fill the area. The renowned Portobello Road features a prominent market, and a nightlife that is stylish can be found amid its numerous boutiques.
Trafalgar Square

Trafalgar SquareNearby City

4.5/5518 Reviews
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Open 24 hours (Local time)
Trafalgar Square, a famous square in London, was built to commemorate the early 19th century Trafalgar Sea War. In the center of the square stood a monument designed by William Dalton, the main body of which was a round stone pillar with a bronze statue of Nelson‘s full body in uniform, cast by the sculptor Bailey with copper cannons seized in the battle of Trafalgar.
London Chinatown

London ChinatownNearby City

4.4/5405 Reviews
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Open 24 hours (Local time)
Chinatown London is an ethnic enclave in the city of London containing number of Chinese restaurants, shops, bakeries and many other Chinese-run enterprises. The area is crowded, vibrant, lively and always bustling with activity. Depending on their time of visit, tourists can enjoy myriad of activities in the area. For lovers of Chinese cuisine, there are over 70 authentic Chinese restaurants where every type of Chinese food is available ranging from Sushi to Szechaun. For those desirous of cooking their own dishes, there are several food shops in the local markets in the area. Visitors can gulp hard or soft drinks in one of the several pubs and bars located in the neighborhood. Shopping enthusiasts can buy hundreds of items of their choice from nearly 50 shops in the locality.
Hampton Court Palace

Hampton Court PalaceNearby City

4.5/586 Reviews
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Historical Architecture
William III’s plans to rival Versailles fell apart in 1694, when the massive reconstruction of Hampton Court Palace was halted. The royal palace was thus left with both its Tudor and Baroque styles, a combination that contributes to its unique design. Inhabited by the British royal family since the 18th century, it’s now a major tourist attraction, and its park serves as the venue for the Hampton Court Palace Festival and the Hampton Court Palace Flower Show.
Royal Botanic Gardens

Royal Botanic GardensNearby City

4.7/573 Reviews
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Augusta, Princess of Wales cherished her blossoms. From 1759 forward, she amassed a standout amongst the most prestigious accumulations of lovely plants the world has ever known. Traversing crosswise over 300 sections of land, the dazzling nurseries and pagodas of Kew Gardens are currently home to more than 300,000 various types of vegetation. More than 650 staff individuals and researchers administer to the huge accumulation of live plants and saved examples here.
Kensington Palace

Kensington PalaceNearby City

4.6/5171 Reviews
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Famous Residences
Open 24 hours (Local time)
What was constructed for the Earl of Nottingham in the seventeenth century wound up home to Diana, Princess of Wales in 1981. Prior ever, Queen Victoria was conceived here. Today it is the low maintenance living arrangement of William and Kate. You can find some brilliant shows in this royal residence that has been home to such a large number of solid and persuasive ladies. Updates finished in March 2012 improve the experience for those not sufficiently fortunate to live on these delightful grounds with new shows that incorporate a portion of Diana's dresses, repaired greenery enclosures, and "Victoria Revealed"; in which you hear the queen' s stories in her own words. Also, new shops and bistros have been incorporated. is part of Group Limited, one of the world's leading providers of travel services.
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