In this video we’ll show you 10 best things to see in London. Here are our top 10 picks:

#1 0:23 TOWER BRIDGE crosses the River Thames and was built at the end of 19th century.
#2 0:51 CAMDEN TOWN is former industrial economic base that now hosts street markets and music venues which are strongly associated with alternative culture.
#3 1:23 MUSEUMS London is full of amazing museums and most of them are free. Visit for example British Museum, Natural History Museum and Science Museum.
#4 2:04 BIG BEN AND PALACE OF WESTMINSTER This British cultural icon was completed in 1859 and it lays at the north end of the Palace of Westminster, which is the seat of the Parliament of the United Kingdom
#5 2:41 LONDON EYE is a giant Ferris wheel on the South Bank of the River Thames overlooking Big Ben and Westminster.
#6 3:08 LITTLE VENICE is a neighborhood centered on an area of decorative houseboats and a partly tree-lined, three-way junction of canals.
#7 3:35 HYDE PARK is London’s main park.
#8 3:56 PICCADILLY CIRCUS is a road junction and public space of London’s West End in the City of Westminster.
#9 4:35 BUCKINGHAM PALACE is the most iconic royal building in the country. Don’t miss Guard Mounting (iconic ceremony “changing the guard”).
#10 5:14 HARRODS is a luxury department store covering 90,000 m2 of retail space, now owned by the state of Qatar.

Of course, there are tons of other things to see and do in London, for example, Canary Wharf on the Isla of Dogs, Trafalgar Square, Royal Observatory Greenwich, Harry Potter museum, Camden Passage, Maltby Street Market, Mercato Metropolitano, Kyoto garden, etc.

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– Portrait of English nobleman Grey Brydges wearing a piccadill 1615
– Piccadilly Circus, 1896. Towards Leicester Square
– Coca-Cola has had a sign at Piccadilly Circus since 1956
– Shaftesbury Avenue from Picadilly Circus, Chalmers Butterfield
– Westminster Abbey, Gordon Joly
– Diana Memorial Fountain



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  1. 👉 Check out our new video on what you need to know BEFORE going to LONDON ✔🎥😉:

  2. i live here. born and raised why am i watching this

  3. Hi! I was wondering if you guys know an area in london where its mostly indian?Because im planning on moving to london..

  4. I’d also say that the London dungeon is a good place to go!

  5. I have been in london like 2-3 times and i visited all of this places and they are acctually fantastic and beatifull places if u wanna go to london u should see this places 🙂

  6. Yea rigth my friend got assaulted in london couple months ago i never beed assaulted not even in third world countries

  7. D-3 😊😊

  8. Abbey Road should be number one.

  9. Good information. I m following your guide. Hope these things can be done in 3 days

  10. I Love London 🇬🇧🇬🇧 I Love England 🇬🇧🇬🇧.

  11. Its not safe when i was a kid it was beautiful

  12. London is not London any more, I do believe they are shitting in the streets now. I wouldn't go, don't waste you money.

  13. I live in London

  14. London’s problem is like, EVERYTHING interesting closes at 5pm. Need a guide of what to do after 5pm besides the pub

  15. I was on a school trip in London for a week, this was the best city I've ever seen, I'm from Germany so it's been something else in London so many nice people there and all the sights are just wonderful and beautiful!!

  16. I love London 👍

  17. Last month I had holiday in London. I was checking the video and I had see these video so I visited same places which recommended in this video . Thanks for your recommendation

  18. It's a great city, but extremely expensive!

  19. It's was just really what I wanted to see cuz I'm planning a trip to London next summer. It was great and useful. Thank u

  20. I Love England 🇬🇧 I Love 🇬🇧 London.

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