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London 2012 travel


London has an exhausting number of tourist attractions, that makes tourists to come here again and again. Even if you managed to visit the most popular attractions of London or if you simply want to explore some strange and wonderful places, you will always be impressed by the wonderful London attractions.

People interested in the history of London can visit Tower Bridge, the most recognisable historic landmark, which offers visitors the perfect photo opportunity with stunning views from the walkway at the top, the majestic St Paul's Cathedral, one of Europe's largest cathedrals, Royal Albert Hall and Windsor Castle - the official residence of the Queen and many others.

No wonder that London has the best museums in the world, which cover topics from history and World War II to music, sport and the motor industry. If you have the slightest interest in these subjects, you'll probably spend the whole day in museums like the British Museum, V&A Museum, Science Museum and Imperial War Museum.

Other London tourist attractions that visitors shouldn't miss include Big Ben, which is one of the London's most famous landmarks, becoming almost an emblem of the British capital, The London Eye, the most exciting wheel, where you can see almost all the city, Trafalgar Square, often considered the heart of London and many others.

There are many ways you can discover and learn about London's famous landmarks, but the most relaxing way is on board a Thames River Cruise. Floating down the river you will see many of the sights that feature of postcards for the city. London attractions are definitely some of the most exciting and interesting in the world. From top museums to some fascinating historic buildings and monuments, there is something to please every visitor.