The City of London is full of churches, museums, and galleries. It’s a global financial centre with remarkable modern and historical architecture. Walking down the city of London’s streets you may also come across St Pauls Cathedral, The Monument to The Great Fire of London and hundreds of quaint English pubs.
Trafalgar Square is a public area in the centre of London built at the beginning of the 19th century on the site of former royal stables. Originally, the place was named in honour of King Wilhelm IV, but the final name was given in celebration of the victory in the Battle of Trafalgar. Trafalgar Square remains one of the most popular places among tourists for its remarkable architecture.
Buckingham Palace is the official London residence of British monarchs, located between Green Park and St. James Park. It is one of the few royal palaces around the World that remains open to the general public. Some of the many highlights of the tour are the Staterooms, the Grand Staircase, the Throne room, exceptional artwork, and fine royal porcelain.
Westminster Abbey is a church built in gothic style in the heart of London. the first mention of the church in this place dates back to the 7th centuries. In 1987 Westminster Abbey was listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site, and is still used for the coronations and ceremonies of British monarchs and royalty today.
Taking a tour to the Houses of Parliament would be an unforgettable experience for any tourist. During the tour you will be able to see Westminster Hall, The House of Commons, The House of Lords, Victoria Tower, the Clock Tower and the Lobbies. An audio guide is available in more than 25 languages by request.