Are you planning a trip to London, but still don’t know the best sites to visit? Once you find London hostels and lodges with private rooms that provide clean and safe accommodations for you and your family, you should then make a plan on which places you need to see that’s right within your budget. Here’s a quick guide to the top five must-visit sites in the UK capital.
Your visit to London will never be complete without seeing the iconic Big Ben. This famous Clock Tower at the Palace of Westminster features intricate Gothic Revival architecture. Though access to the clock tower is restricted to the public, you can always take amazing pictures. However, for you to see a more picturesque view of Big Ben, you can ride the London Eye or visit The Shard.
The London Eye is a Ferris wheel 135 metres high on the South Bank of the River Thames. An observation wheel that lets you see a 360-degree view of City, it has 32 ovoid capsules that allow viewers an unobstructed view of London.
The Shard is the UK’s tallest building and has an observation deck that allows travellers to view the city from two levels: Level 69 and 72.
Westminster Abbey is the place where British royalty has been crowned since 1066. Most of England’s kings and queens lie in state here since Henry III built it for his burial. It is now a prime honour to be buried in the abbey, with the likes of Sir Isaac Newton, Charles Darwin, William Pitt, and Geoffrey Chaucer.
Madame Tussauds is a famous wax museum that houses the likeness of famous celebrities, from actors, athletes, to royalty. With the number of life-sized personalities you get to “meet” in this museum, a visit will surely make you feel like a VIP.
Visiting these places will surely make your London stay fun and memorable. If you’re looking for a clean and safe accommodation that’s right within your budget, there are London hostels with private rooms quite near these attractions. Book your visit now and don’t forget to visit these London sites.