By HUES OF DELAHAYE
Whether you’re visiting the city for the first time or the hundredth time, these iconic places in London will continually take your breath away.
The palace is the Queen’s official London home and often houses the royal family. It was constructed in the early 1700s, and boasts Neoclassical architecture.
Trafalgar is where Londoners gather to watch events like royal weddings and Olympic games to celebrate Chinese New Year or have a protest.
Big Ben and the Houses of Parliament are not only a symbol of London but are synonymous with the United Kingdom. Standing at 96 metres tall, it features 11 floors!
Big Ben and The Houses of Parliament
The Baroque style cathedral was completed on Christmas Day in 1711 and has remained one of London’s architectural landmarks.
It offers a little garden in the sky. You’ll find it nestled in the Fenchurch Building, also known as the Walkie-Talkie.
The London Eye, also called the Millennium Wheel, is a giant Ferris wheel on the South Bank of the River Thames. It is Europe’s tallest cantilevered observation wheel.
Shakespeare’s Globe is a reconstruction of the original open-air playhouse – Globe Theatre designed in 1599.
The Tower of London is a historic castle located on the north bank of the River Thames in central London.
With almost 1000 years of history, Borough Market is one of the oldest and largest food markets in London. The market was established in 1885.