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Your visit to London needs little introduction, this historical, vibrant city offers sights and attractions that appeal to all.
Famous landmarks, unique historic architecture, markets, cosy pubs, museums, royal heritage, open parklands, events and West end shows, London's vibrant city atmosphere make it a truly exciting and fascinating destination to visit.
With over 200 attractions to visit that are free, there's so much to see and do that you need to prioritise your itinerary. Lots of sights near London are also not to be missed and involve a day trip to see.
Free London Sightseeing Attractions
The British Museum, Victoria & Albert Museum , Sir John Soane's Museum, Natural History and Science Museums, Imperial War Museum, National Maritime Museum
Tate Modern, Tate Britain, National Gallery, National Portrait Gallery
Innes of Court, Big Ben, Trafalgar Square, Downing St, Hyde Park, Street entertainers at Covent Gardens, Pall Mall, Speakers Corner, Hampstead Heath, Regents Park, St Pauls Cathedral
Popular London Attractions
The Tower, Tower Bridge, HMS Belfast, London Eye, Buckingham Palace/Changing of the Guard, Madame Tussauds, London Dungeon, Houses of Parliament, Kensington Palace, Westminster Abbey, St James Palace, London Zoo, London Aquarium
London Day Trips
Royal Palaces-Windsor Castle and Hampton Court, Kew Gardens, Royal Observatory Greenwich
Shopping in London
Harrods department store is famous for food halls and Victorian splendour-just window shopping is an experience
Soho is home to the gay community and strip joints, which add to the character and atmosphere of this area. Lots of colourful boutiques, restaurants and record shops to peruse.
Regent Street is a mecca for shoppers and is home to Hamleys, one of the largest toy shops in the world.
Piccadilly Circus is hustle and bustle, neon lights and traffic. Loads of interest here.
Charing Cross Road is known for speciality and second hand bookshops. Nearby are music shops in 'Tin Pan Alley' / Denmark Street
Bond Street features exclusive shops-jewellery, fashion and bags and nearby is Savile Row for tailored suits
Need a break -have afternoon tea at The Ritz or Fortnum & Mason.
Spitalfields / Columbia Road -old fruit and vegetable market, art, books etc
Portobello-second hand clothing bargains and antiques
Camden-London's top tourist market-food, fashion, art and music
Covent Garden-street entertainment, piazza and atmosphere abound
Greenwich- antiques, food, arts and crafts
Smithfield-historic meat market
Try the pubs, nightclubs, winebars
Londons West End
Theatres and Shows at the Royal National Theatre or Royal Shakespeare Company
Opera at the Royal Opera House
Proms Festival at the Royal Albert Hall in July-September
TV shows at the BBC-free tickets can be obtained
Sport to see in London
Football is the most popular sport in Britain- see a game at clubs like Chelsea or Arsenal to experience the real atmosphere.
Watch cricket at the MCC or Oval
Rugby at Twickenham
Tennis at Wimbledon
Rowing at Henley
Polo on Sunday afternoons at Ham Polo club
Horseracing at Windsor, Epsom or Kempton Park
Dog racing at Walthamstow Dog track in the East End.