Looking for things to do in Westminster London? I’ll show you this iconic London neighbourhood, and its essential sights, landmarks, and attractions to tick off your London sightseeing list.
Big Ben is the iconic striking clock tower at the north end of the Palace of Westminster. In is actually the nickname of the big bell used in the tower - although we now use the name to refer to the entire tower.
The Palace of Westminster is where the two houses of the UK parliament meet. Also known as the house of Parliament, this is one of the most important buildings in the country.
Westminster Abbey has seen sixteen royal weddings and all of the coronations of British monarchs.
The official royal residence in London, Buckingham Palace is a must for anyone to see while visiting this city.
The Palace of Whitehall was once the main residence of the English monarchs before most of it was destroyed by a fire. In fact, Whitehall was once the largest palace in Europe!
South Bank is an exciting hub along the River Thames. South Bank is basically a riverside walkway that passes some of the most notable sights.
The unique experiences in London belong to this city only, begging you to return here over and over again.
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