Learn the history of London. For example, do people know that the Tower of London served as a prison, mint, jewel house, arsenal and royal palace, over the centuries this fortified building has stood strong against the London skyline.
Tower Bridge offers a stunning view of London, and tourists can view the bridge’s operating mechanisms, which lifts the middle of the bridge to allow large boats to pass, a wonderful sight, and this mighty metal structure lifting its self in salute to passing river traffic.
Buckingham Palace the London home and office of the Queen of England is open for tours during summer months, what an experience to walk around such a historic residence, also tourists flock to St. Paul’s Cathedral, history tells us its dome is the second largest in the world after St. Peter’s Basilica in Rome. Another iconic building is Westminster Abbey which is the coronation Church of England; all these famous buildings are top of any tourist’s list.
There is also plenty of things to do with the family for fun, at day at the Sea Life London Aquarium, enjoy its glass tunnel walkway, or take the children on a wonderful ride on the 443 foot tall London Eye, this is the World’s highest observation wheel.
London is teeming with places of interest to visit, several art museums and galleries, visit the Tate Modern, The National Gallery and the Victoria and Albert Museum, this combines art and design with artefacts from cultures around the world.
The younger generation enjoy a visit to the Natural History Museum which is best known for its dinosaur exhibit, life-sized Blue Whale model and an earthquake simulator; visit the tallest, biggest and rarest animals in the world.
There are more museums worthy of a tourist stop this includes the British Museum, the Science Museum, and the National Maritime Museum, a visit to the Charles Dickens Museum which contains displays of first editions, letters and other memorabilia.
The tourist and also business personnel are switching their allegiance from the hotel room to luxury serviced apartments London, this a far better option for them than just one hotel room, and these apartments can be found all over London.
A spokesman for Dolphin House part of the Dolphin Square complex said “our serviced apartments in London also have an interesting history, Dolphin Square is a block of private apartments and business complex built near the River Thames in Pimlico London between 1935 and 1937 and was quoted as being the ‘largest self-contained block of flats in Europe’, this serviced accommodation London is provided in 13 ‘houses’ each named after a famous navigator or admiral, the houses are Grenville, Drake, Raleigh, Hawkins, Nelson, Howard, Beatty, and Duncan, Keyes, Hood, Collingood and Frobisher, also Dolphin House previously known as Rodney, these apartments are perfect for business accommodation in London our prices are very competitive and more importantly very private once you close your front door”.
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