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A place where you find everything one can dream of. Be it the lilac and lush greens of countryside scenery, dazzling lights of the city’s nightlife, the sunny blue sky floating over Queen Mary’s Garden  or the prestigious air around Buckingham Palace, London urges you to stay a little longer than you planned. London stands gracefully on the pristine waters of River Thames being the capital of England With a read of about 1,572 km², it happens to be the largest city of England serving a population of about 89.8 lakh people.

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The glorious Big Ben beams at you as you enter the city. The iconic structure is jaw-dropping and worth every bit of hype it gets. As a city that has an endless number of activities and attractions, one of the most amazing treats of the city is the London Eye. It is a gigantic ferris wheel which was originally constructed to celebrate the millennium which as of now offers picturesque views across the city. Grab your best party gear and explore the streets of Soho.


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Jam-packed with clubs, bars, restaurants, and even music shops, this place is the life of the city's party scene. It is known that when the sun goes down, Soho is up and running. If you are looking for something serene and simple then enjoy the calming River Thames on Thames Cruise. The cruise runs in every 30 minutes covering the highlights of the city, like, the House of Parliament, Tower Bridge, and so on.

London's bright, vibrant, and cheerful culture wraps its visitors in a woeful environment and leaves you in awe of the city. Around 197 festivals are held across the city every year, Notting Hill Carnival, being the largest festival witnesses over a million year annually.  With festivals comes food. You ought to treat your taste buds with the wholesome English breakfast. Along with that, fish and chips, lip-smacking pies as well as the epic roasted ducks are the cuisine’s highlights. It truly proves to be a foodie’s paradise.

London is a beautiful mix of everything, exceptionally and pleasantly. It is a culmination of quality lifestyle with a plethora of surprises when it comes to rejuvenating your spirits. One must visit London at least once in their lifetime


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London Eye

Standing high on the South Bank of River Thames, this giant ferris wheel is one of the most iconic places in the world. The cantilevered observation wheel witnesses over 3 million visitors every year. The wheel is about a whooping 443 feet tall, making the whole experience exhilarating. It is also the highest public viewing point in London. It consists of 32 air-conditioned ovoidal passenger capsules. One complete revolution takes about 30 minutes to complete. The experience is completely worth the time and price. Enjoy breathtaking views of the city while floating in the sky. A ride you will always remember. London Eye truly is a must visit for every tourist.

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Buckingham Palace

Time to take a bow in front of the royal monarch. The impeccable grandeur of the Palace, stretches of serene and sophisticated gardens as well as grand ornate gates are worth all the hype. Take a trip to the place to see how to live life king size. Quite Literally. The palace has about 775 rooms, facilitating 92 offices and 78 bathrooms. If you're in the city during summertime then don't forget to attend the Royal Welcome Exhibition. The event unfolds a lot of activities and visual delights.

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Big Ben

One of the most legendary monuments in the city. Big Ben was originally the Clock Tower; it was then renamed as the Elizabeth Tower in 2012 to mark the Diamond Jubilee of Elizabeth II, Queen of the United Kingdom. The monument is an icon in itself, it is used as an establishing shot in movies that tells the significance of the place and How it is used as an identifying factor to the city.

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Hyde Park

Largest open space. It is also the largest of the four royal parks. It is one of the most attractive sights in central London and just as popular among tourists. It provides a beautiful tone to the entrance of Buckingham Palace. Originally made to serve the passion of hunting, the park is now accessed for a plethora of options. It is the home to a number of events, exhibitions, and even children’s playgrounds. You can spend a long relaxing day here to escape from the tiresome hubbub of daily life.

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The Victoria and Albert Museum

The Victoria and Albert Museum serves as an ode to history buffs. With a collection of over 2.27 million objects, The Victoria and Albert Museum marks itself as the largest museum of applied and decorative arts and design as well as sculpture. Founded in 1852, the museum still stands with a glorious grandeu and impeccable collection of things. It’s remarkable holdings of Italian Renaissance items is the largest outside of Italy while the Islamic collections is the biggest in the Western World. The museum vouches to amaze you with its splendor and magic of art. A must-visit when in the city of London.

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National gallery

National gallery has the finest collection of paintings. The majestic gallery lies in Trafalgar Square and is the home to over 2,500 paintings from the mid 13th century to the early 20th century. Some of the highlights of the collection includes ‘Bacchus and Ariadne’ by Titian, ‘Equestrian Portrait of Charles’ by Anthony van Dyuck, also ‘Samson and Delilah’ by Peter Paul Rubens. The beauty of the exhilarating art work and majestic presentation of exhibitions will leave you amazed. National Gallery is a place that you cannot afford to miss whenever in the city of London.

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Mentioned in the comedic song “The Vicar of Bray”, this beautiful village lies about 29 miles away from London. The Berkshire village gives you some picturesque visual delights that will leave you in awe of the place. As the place is small, it can be easily explored on foot. So, pack your bags and extend your trip to enjoy the surprises this quaint village has to offer.

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Funky graffiti, hip streets, and contemporary love, Brighton has so much to offer. Lying at a close proximity of 64 miles from London, this eccentric place waits to get explored. The place is the perfect escape from the mundane of your daily life or even if you want an exotic weekend away with your loved one. Make a turn to the city of Brighton and experience love lingering in its sky.

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This warm and friendly county town is blessed with crisp blue and lush green stretches throughout the year. Spend a day at the serene Port Meadow that offers from splendid sights of the port or take a stroll down the Gloucester Green Town Square. The place is also home to the prestigious University of Oxford. As it sits at a distance of just 58.5 miles from London, you ought to visit the place whenever around.

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Situated on the Eastcoast of England the city of Margate is blessed with a beautiful sandy beach, vintage rides, art galleries with exciting exhibitions, and whatnot. The seaside town is the perfect weekend getaway for people in London. The place lies at a distance of just 76 miles from the city so can reach there in a couple of hours via driving. So what are you waiting for? Treat yourself with the warmth Margate has to offer.

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Thriving market, flourishing art on the streets, beautiful historic centre along with gothic blemishes, the enchanting town of Frome will urge you and your family to stay a little longer. The civil parish lies in eastern Somerset in England at a distance of 110 miles from London. So, whenever you are near or in the city, make a note to visit the woeful Frome at least once.

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Lying at a stretch of 114 km west from the city of London, the city of Bath is well-known for its simplicity and warmth. The city is the largest city in the county of Somerset and takes pride in its grandeur and beauty. It got its name from the Roman-built baths. This beautiful valley became a World Heritage Site in 1987. One must visit the town whenever near London. Highly recommended!

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The beautiful, kind and artistic city of Bristol will make the cavity of your heart warm. The city is a cute compilation of exhilarating activities, natural beauty, and amazing people. It is popular world wide as it is known as the UNESCO City of Film. It is the home to a plethora of museums, music festivals, gigs, live shows, art exhibitions and what not! One must indulge in the rich culture and hearty vibe of the city once. It lies at a distance of just 118 miles from London, so feel free to extend your vacation a little. Bristol is worth it.

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This prehistoric landmark graces the terrain of Wilshire lying at a distance of just 87.8 miles from London. The landmark is made up of large 13 feet high stones standing high, they’re about 7 feet wide and weigh around 25 tons. It was added to the list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites in 1986. The landmark is more than just a landmark it is a British cultural icon. You ought to visit Stonehenge whenever in London. Don’t forget to take a few selfies and flaunt it in front of your friends.


Lying at a stretch of only 24.6 miles from the city of London, one must take a take to see the offers the city has to offer. The city is rich in history but has the vibe of cosmopolitan while it is always running and buzzing. It has a calm environment and vouches a high quality lifestyle.


Sitting quietly on the River Cam, this country city is a package of everything a person longs from a city. It caters a lot of museums, art scenes, galleries and also the prestigious University of Cambridge. Be it the Botanical Garden or St Mary’s Church, a day in Cambridge is always worth the stay. Since the city lies at a close proximity from London, which is, around 65 miles then you must visit the beautiful port.

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