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London Eye Tickets
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Warner Bros. Studio Tour London: The Making of Harry Potter with Round Trip Transport
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Stonehenge, Windsor Castle, and Bath Day Tour from London
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The View from The Shard Direct Entry in London
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Windsor, Oxford, and Stonehenge Day Tour from London
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LEGOLAND® Windsor Resort Ticket
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Chessington World of Adventures Resort Admission Ticket
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THORPE PARK Resort Admission Ticket
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Warner Bros. Studio Tour London: The Making of Harry Potter Ticket
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Stonehenge Ticket in Salisbury
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Experiences for everyone in London

Welcome to Hogwarts
Walk into the magical, wizarding world of Harry Potter and his friends - the perfect activities for Potterheads
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Classic Day Trips
Visit prehistoric monuments, royal British residences, and the charming countryside through day trips from London
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Iconic London
Be sure to explore the most popular tourist destinations in the city during your visit!
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Why people love London

One of London's must-visit itineraries. The Klook package saves a lot of trouble, but still has to wait in line. Westminster Abbey, located on the River Thames, has a Gothic style building with gray gold as the main tone, inlaid with bronzing carvings and totem decorations. The exquisite design and special structure make it the most elegant and luxurious representative of the Thames River. building. Listed as a World Cultural Heritage in 1987, the quiet and solemn chapel and monastery of Westminster Abbey have become world-famous tourist attractions. Not only the successive British monarchs enthroned, but also Queen Elizabeth II were crowned here. It was also the venue for the wedding of Prince William and Princess Kate in 2011.
We recommend watching the Harry Potter movie before you go! !! It was a meeting three hours after I arrived, but it was quite large and I was watching it carefully, so I had to spend time buying souvenirs ...! So you may need to allocate time! !! For the time being, even one person is insanely fun! !! What's more, I'm really impressed! !! I was so glad I went! !!
Because I don’t know how to drive, it’s more convenient to choose a day trip to connect several suburban attractions. Three attractions are also interesting. Stonehenge is good to take pictures when the weather is good. Windsor Castle is lucky. If you are lucky, you have the opportunity to see the Queen. If you can stay in the bath one more Will be better
Stonehenge's one-day tour is usually connected with Bath. I have participated in it many years ago. In fact, this time I only want to visit Stonehenge again. The itinerary of this group is very satisfactory. In the morning, we will go to Windsor Castle, which is still the residence of the British royal family. Its appearance is exquisite and magnificent, showing the royal style. In the afternoon, we will go to Stonehenge, the famous prehistoric cultural temple site, one of the most famous landmarks in Britain, attracting countless people every day. Tourists, explore the mystery of this ancient building; finally, visit Oxford University, stroll through the streets of this university city, and feel the academic atmosphere of the world's top universities!
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Informative tour of the notable landmarks, buildings and cultures as we cruised along the River Thames. Hopped onboard at the London Eye Waterloo Pier with the iconic Big Ben and renowned Palace of Westminster opposite within sight. The ship sailed all the way till we meet the glorious London Bridge. Overall a great way to experience the historic city from a different perspective.
One of London's must-visit itineraries. The Klook package saves a lot of trouble, but still has to wait in line. Westminster Abbey, located on the River Thames, has a Gothic style building with gray gold as the main tone, inlaid with bronzing carvings and totem decorations. The exquisite design and special structure make it the most elegant and luxurious representative of the Thames River. building. Listed as a World Cultural Heritage in 1987, the quiet and solemn chapel and monastery of Westminster Abbey have become world-famous tourist attractions. Not only the successive British monarchs enthroned, but also Queen Elizabeth II were crowned here. It was also the venue for the wedding of Prince William and Princess Kate in 2011.

Top sights in London

One of the most-visited places in the world, London offers travelers a myriad of activities and experiences! From its art museums, historic pubs, breathtaking architecture, and thousands of other unique attractions in and outside the city, you’ll never run out of things to do in London. Check out our travel guide for London to discover the best of the city!

The British Museum

Immerse yourself in human history with a visit to the British Museum, which showcases relics from all over the world. Marvel at treasures such as the Rosetta Stone, the Elgin Marbles, and even some mummies, including the 17-year old Cleopatra from Thebes. The museum also occasionally features modern collections, such as the manga exhibition in 2019, which was the largest exhibition of manga ever held outside of Japan. With such a diverse collection, it’s no surprise that the British Museum is one of the top London attractions!
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London Eye

Get a spectacular view of the city on the London Eye, a Ferris wheel located in the heart of the city. Once you’re at the top, you’ll enjoy a panoramic view of London, where you’ll be able to spot other London tourist spots such as Big Ben, Buckingham Palace, the Thames River, and The Shard. To make the experience even more memorable, there’s an option to sip some champagne as you enjoy the ride, then maybe visit the London Dungeon or watch a 4D movie at the cinema, both located nearby.
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Tower of London

Learn about British history at the Tower of London, a medieval castle that was first built in 1066 by William the Conqueror. It is filled with a collection of crown jewels, including the impressive Kohinoor diamond, approximately the size of a golf ball, making it one of the largest cut diamonds in the world! In the exhibit, you’ll also get to see the crowns and scepters of the British monarchy. Don’t forget to check out the other sections of the tower, such as the armory and the barracks.
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Big Ben

Considered as a masterpiece of Gothic architecture, this 16-story tower on the eastern end of the Parliament is one of the most popular attractions in London for both locals and tourists. This work of art is considered by many as an icon of London due to its impressive design and its precision in telling time. Many visit Big Ben, originally named the Elizabeth Tower, to hear its bell chime every 15 minutes.
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